Mr. Smarty Pants Knows

There are more germs on your body than people in the United States, and more

Mr. Smarty Pants Knows
Feeding chickens fruit-juice pulp can result in them laying brightly colored eggs.

Growing up, George Clooney was given the nickname of "Frankenstein." During these years, George developed Bell's palsy, a condition that partially paralyzes the face. His left eye closed, and he was unable to eat or drink properly.

J.P. Morgan relied on the advice of the famous astrologer Evangeline Adams.

When his body was removed for reburial 100 years after his death, Galileo's middle finger was removed by a fan. It is now displayed, erect, at the Institute and Museum of the History of Science in Florence, Italy. The finger points toward Rome.

There are more germs on your body than people in the United States.

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