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A wise man once said, “Learn something new every day.” We might not know a lot about the world yet compared to how much is out there, but we always discover new things about it. What’s useless info to some is, to others, cool, amazing fun facts that make the world a stimulating and awe-inspiring place. Are you one of those people who love collecting unexpected pieces of knowledge? If so, prepare to have your mind blown with these interesting fun facts that will amaze adults and kids alike.
Definition of fact:
noun. something that actually exists; reality; truth:
Your fears have no basis in fact. something known to exist or to have happened: Space travel is now a fact. a truth known by actual experience or observation; something known to be true: Scientists gather facts about plant growth. Enjoy reading interesting facts? You can see previously posted daily fun facts here
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TODAY’S DID YOU KNOW...?
BMI is a poor indicator of health. Studies show that 50 percent of people classified as overweight or obese by the BMI standard of the 2005-2012 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey were quite healthy, and over 30 percent of those classified at a normal weight were found to be unhealthy.
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TODAY’S AMAZING FACT:
Mixty-Maxy, a Scottish word that the Oxford English Dictionary traces back to a 1786 poem by Robert Burns - who was born on this day in 1759 - means "oddly mixed or jumbled together; motley; muddled, confused."
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