6133. Fact
Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead learned to play slide guitar on stage much to the chagrin of Jerry Garcia.

6134. Fact
Jupiter's moon Ganymede is the largest moon in the Solar System, and is larger than the planets Mercury and Pluto.

6135. Fact
Approximately 10.5 gallons of water is used in a dishwasher. Washing the dishes by hand can use up to 20 gallons of water

6136. Fact
There is a town in Norway called Hell

6137. Fact
The Statue of Liberty weighs 225 tons.

6138. Fact
Owls swallow their prey whole because they have no teeth. After approximately 12 hours they cough up the feathers, bones, and fur in a shape of a football pellet

6139. Fact
All the world's main alphabets have developed from an alphabet invented 3,600 years ago in the Middle East. It was known as the North Semitic Alphabet.

6140. Fact
A mockingbird has been known to change its tune 87 times over a minute span.

6141. Fact
On average, he ratio of yellow kernels to white kernals in a bag of popcorn is 9:1

6142. Fact
Heavier lemons produce more, and tastier, juice

6143. Fact
The Welwitschia plant can live up to 1,000 years

6144. Fact
Five Jell-O flavors have flopped: celery, coffee, cola, apple, and chocolate.

6145. Fact
Despite the break up of the USSR, Russia is still the largest country in the world. It's almost twice the size of Canada, which ranks second.

6146. Fact
Chop Suey was invented in New York.

6147. Fact
If you farted consistently for 6 years and 9 months, enough gas is produced to create the energy of an atomic bomb. (Now that's more like it!)

6148. Fact
The canning process for herring was developed in Sardinia, which is why canned herrings are better known as sardines.

6149. Fact
The first cover of Sports Illustrated, in 1954, showed National League umpire, Augie Donatelli, behind the plate with two major-league stars: catcher Wes Westrum, and batter Eddie Matthews.

6150. Fact
Astronauts brought back about 800 pounds of lunar rock to Earth. Most of it has not been analyzed.

6151. Fact
Levi's 501 jeans got its number from its original stock number in the first Levi's store.

6152. Fact
Every year in the U.S., there are 178,000 new cases of lung cancer

6153. Fact
The Seven Deadly Sins are lust, pride, anger, envy, sloth, avarice and gluttony.

6154. Fact
If an Amish man has a beard, he is married.

6155. Fact
American Airlines saved $40,000 in 1987 by eliminating one olive from each salad served in first class

6156. Fact
The largest LEGO castle that was ever built was built with 400,000 LEGO bricks and was 4.45 m x 5.22 m

6157. Fact
In 1994, 7-Eleven coined the term brain freeze. The word was developed to explain the feeling people get when drinking a Slurpee.

6158. Fact
Rubber bands last longer when refrigerated

6159. Fact
Even though a polar bears fur looks white it is actually colourless and is made with hollow tubes. The reason the bear looks white is because the rough inner surface of the tubes make light scatter and reflect at many different angles which gives the white appearance

6160. Fact
Jean -Claude Van Damme learned to speak English by watching the cartoon 'The Flintstones.'"

6161. Fact
There are more than 50 different types of pumpkins. Some of them have names such as Munchkin, Funny Face, and Spooktacular

6162. Animal Facts
Horses often chew at fly eggs and maggots on their legs and end up swallowing them, so have a stomach full of crawling maggots.

6163. Fact
Each year approximately half of billions dollars is spent on bubble gum by the kids in North America

6164. Fact
The name of the squiggly line ~ is called a tilde

6165. Fact
In older people, memory is best early in the morning and then declines during the late afternoon.

6166. Fact
Tripolini pasta was named for the Italian conquest of Tripoli in Libya

6167. Fact
Of all things, Andrew Jackson s tombstone does not mention that he served as the president of the United States.

6168. Fact
75% of men look for wife potential in a girlfriend.

6169. Animal Facts
The wood frog that lives in the Arctic Circle can stay deep-frozen for weeks and survive.

6170. Fact
Lassie was played by several male dogs, despite the female name, because male collies were thought to look better on camera. The main actor was named Pal.

6171. Fact
In the movie The Exorcist the vomit that (Regan) Linda Blair hurls at Father Damien Karras is thick pea soup

6172. Fact
A Russian man who wore a beard during the time of Peter the Great had to pay a special tax

6173. Fact
The longest war between two nations in history, The Hundred Year War between England and France, really lasted for 115 years(1338-1453).

6174. Fact
Kittens are born both blind and deaf.

6175. Fact
Elephants are capable of swimming 20 miles in one day.

6176. Fact
Each year, the average family uses about 18,000 gallons of water just to do its laundry.

6177. Fact
In West Virginia it is illegal to dig for ginseng on your neighbor's lawn without their permission.

6178. Animal Facts
Copepods are tiny crustaceans that swim around in groups of up to a trillion.They are the only known creature that has just one eye.

6179. Fact
Huge Moore, the inventor of Dixie cups got the idea for the name from a neighboring factory, the Dixie Doll Company

6180. Fact
The ocean sunfish can produce thirty million eggs at once

6181. Fact
The word 'Indiana'is Native American for 'Land of the Indians', yet less than 16,000 Native Americans live there.

6182. Fact
There are mirrors on the moon. Astronauts left them so that laser beams could be bounced off of them from Earth. These beams help give us the distance to the moon give or take a few metres.



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    While most often associated with lycopene (a carotenoid phytonutrient widely recognized for its antioxidant properties), tomatoes provide a unique variety of phytonutrients. Included are additional carotenoids (including beta carotene, lutein, and zeaxanthin); flavonoids (including naringenin, chalconaringenin, rutin, kaempferol, and quercetin); hydroxycinnamic acids (including caffeic, ferulic, and coumaric acid); glycosides (including esculeoside A); and fatty acid derivatives (including 9 oxo octadecadienoic acid).

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