Monday, 2 August 2021

FACTS

 

Hello everyone, hello world, hello life, hello complete strangers who stumbled a pond this post and think what the hell is this.


It is Monday so here are some facts.


Dissolved salt makes up 3.5 per cent of the ocean


Despite a population of over a billion China has only about 200 family names


The Geysir (gusher) near Mount Hekia in south central Iceland, after which all other geysers are named, shoots hot water up to 180 feet in the air.


In 1782 a post office, I don't know which postal service but someones published a leaflet saying people should chop in half banknotes before sending them, if the two halves are sent at different times a highwayman wouldn't be able to steal it.


Dinosaurs droppings are called coprolites

5 comments:

Margaret D said...

That's a good one about the bank notes.
All the facts are interesting Jo-Anne.

Nancy Chan said...

Interesting facts which I do not know. Good idea to prevent highway theft.

Janie Junebug said...

These are interesting, especially about the bank notes.

Love,
Janie

CWMartin said...

They should have called them crapolites...

Jo-Anne's Ramblings said...

Margaret D.......I am pleased you liked the post

Nancy....It was a novel idea

Janie.....Yes that was indeed interesting

Chris.......Yeah thay would have been cool

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