Facts- Did You Know?

Random Facts For General Knowledge. Certainly, we don’t Know Which Piece of Our Knowledge Can Become Useful For Us.
We should be aware of the common & some Amazing facts about our Country, World, Surroundings.

17 December- Facts of the day.

In 1928, India was so good at Hockey that the British withdrew from Olympics to avoid a possible embarrassing defeat by its own colony. Them Lagaan feels! In 1948, the Nobel Peace Prize was not awarded. It would have been awarded to Mahatma Gandhi, however, due to his assassination; it was left unassigned in his honor. ‘Bangalored’ is a word in Oxford dictionary, …

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17 December- Facts of the day.

In 1928, India was so good at Hockey that the British withdrew from Olympics to avoid a possible embarrassing defeat by its own colony. Them Lagaan feels! In 1948, the Nobel Peace Prize was not awarded. It would have been awarded to Mahatma Gandhi, however, due to his assassination; it was left unassigned in his honor. ‘Bangalored’ is a word in Oxford dictionary, …

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14 December- Facts of the Day

Only the males are called peacocks. Females are called peahens. Tigers have striped skin as well. Each pattern is as unique as a fingerprint. A grizzly bear’s bite is strong enough to crush a bowling ball. Animal behaviorists have concluded that cats don’t meow as a way to communicate with each other. It’s a method they use for getting attention from humans. Alberta, canada is …

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13 December- Facts of the Day

Wisdom teeth serve no purpose. They’re left over from hundreds of thousands of years ago. As early humans’ brains grew bigger, it reduced space in the mouth, crowding out this third set of molars. Goose bumps evolved to make our ancestors’ hair stand up, making them appear more threatening to predators. The human nose can detect about 1 trillion smells. The …

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12 December- Facts of the Day

Bosons‘ which are considered as the greatest discovery of this generation were the discovery of Indian scientist, Satyendra Nath Bose who has worked alongside Einstein himself. The fact that half of the particles in the world are ‘Bosons’ named after Bose should definitely make us proud. Bet you didn’t know that the world famous ‘JAMES BOND’ theme …

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