Mister Smarty Pants Knows
By Mr. Smarty Pants, Fri., Sept. 19, 1997
Some of the fish near the Antarctic coast have a substance in them -- a fish anti-freeze of sorts. The molecule is 300 times as effective as ethylene glycol, a main ingredient in car anti-freeze.
The Ford Museum has Thomas Edison's last breath displayed in a test tube.
The term "sharp-shooter" did not originally refer to the skill of an accomplished gunman. The term was originally "Sharps-Shooter," and referred to the Sharps Repeating Rifle used by an elite group of Union Civil War marksmen.
Thomas Edison was afraid of the dark.
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