Fun Fact of the Day: A recent survey found that for a family of four, traveling by RV on vacation can save them 23 to 59 percent on their vacation cost.
Fun Fact of the Day: Liners in plastic bottle caps were there for a reason. Without them, pop would have gone flat a lot quicker because they created a tight seal that kept both liquid and carbonation in the bottle.
Fun Fact of the Day: The invention of Bubble Wrap was a happy mistake. The two men who invented it were originally trying to create textured wallpaper, but the machine they were using ended up producing the plastic sheets covered with air bubbles we all know and love today.
Fun Fact of the Day: There’s more to the signature line on a cheque than you realize. Even though it may look like a standard, horizontal line, it’s actually made up of small print that reads, “AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE.”
Fun Fact of the Day: There are 5 types of white blood cells. Monocytes help break down bacteria in our bodies. They have the longest life span of the group. Lymphocytes create the antibodies that destroy the harmful viruses and bacteria that infiltrate our bodies. Neutrophils are the most populous of the group. They are the first line of defense when it comes to infections. They slaughter and consume the fungi and bacteria. Basophils are the Paul Revere of the group. They are the “alarm sounders”. They expel chemicals to help control our immune response. Last you have Eosinophils which kill cancer cells.
Fun Fact of the Day: Gamma rays are the most energetic type of light, packing a punch strong enough to pierce through metal or concrete barriers. More energetic than X-rays, they are born in the chaos of exploding stars, the annihilation of electrons and the decay of radioactive atoms.
Fun Fact of the Day: Weather vanes throughout history have had North, East, West, and South on them to allow for the determination of wind direction. But not all historical weather vanes had roosters.