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Did you know?



  1. Strawberries wear their seeds on the outside.
  2. An average strawberry contains about 200 small seeds on its surface.
  3. Strawberries are not really fruit. They are members of the rose family.
  4. Strawberries can reduce heart attack risk.
  5. Strawberries contain high levels of nitrates.
  6. Strawberries are a very good source of vitamin C.
  7. Strawberries are the first fruit to ripen in spring.
  8. Smaller strawberries tend to have more flavor than larger ones.
  9. Strawberries boost your short term memory.
  10. The United States is the world’s largest producer of strawberries.

Written by: Moonface

Today in history

September 25


1897: The opening of the first British bus service.

1918: Brazil declared war on Austria.

1955: The establishment of The Royal Jordanian Air Force.

1956: The first transatlantic telephone cable system began operation.

1981: Sandra Day O’Connor was sworn in as the first female justice on the U.

1982: Hyun Bin, a South Korean actor, was born.

1999: The death of Marion Zimmer Bradley, an American writer.

2012: China launched its first aircraft carrier into service.


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Today in history

September 24


1929: James Doolittle, an American aviation pioneer, became the first pilot to take off, fly and land an airplane using instruments alone.

1960: The launching of The Enterprise, the first nuclear powered aircraft carrier.

1970: The Soviet Luna 16 completed the first unmanned round trip to the moon.

1988: Karl Alzner, a Canadian professional ice hockey player, was born.

1991: The death of Dr. Seuss, an American writer.

1993: Sihanouk became the king of Cambodia for the second time.

1995: First celebration of National Heritage Day in South Africa.

1996: The United States and the world’s other major nuclear powers signed a Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty to end all testing and development of nuclear weapons.


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Today in history

September 23


1846: German astronomer Johann Gottfried Galle discovered the planet Neptune.

1930: Flashbulbs were patented by Johannes Ostermeier.

1952: The first Pay Television sporting event took place.

1973: Former Argentine president Juan Perón returned to power.

1984: Nathan Jendrick, an American author and a model, was born.

1999: The death of Ivan Goff, an Australian screenwriter.

2002: The first public version of Mozilla Firefox browser was released.

2004: Hurricane Jeanne caused severe flooding in Haiti; over 1,000 were reported dead.


Written by: Moonface

Today in history

September 22


1792: The French Republic was proclaimed.

1903: Italo Marchiony was granted a patent for the ice cream cone.

1929: Communist and Nazi factions clashed in Berlin.

1949: The Soviet Union exploded its first atomic bomb successfully.

1960: Mali gained independence from France.

1980: The beginning of the Iran-Iraq War.

1985: Faris Haroun, a Belgian football player, was born.

2004: The death of Ray Traylor, an American professional wrestler.


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Today in history

September 21


1941: The German Army cut off the Crimean Peninsula from the rest of the Soviet Union.

1949: The People’s Republic of China was proclaimed.

1964: Malta gained its independence from Great Britain.

1978: Two Soviet cosmonauts set a space endurance record after 96 days in space.

1981: Belize granted full independence from the United Kingdom.

1990: Jordan Hasay, an American actress, was born.

1991: Armenia granted independence from USSR.

2002: The death of Robert L. Forward, an American physicist and science fiction writer.


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Today in history

September 20


1519: Ferdinand Magellan embarked from Spain on a voyage to circumnavigate the world.

1870: Victor Emmanuel II, the first king of modern Italy, seized the Papal States from the French.

1952: Scientists confirmed that DNA holds hereditary data.

1977: Socialist Republic of Vietnam admitted to the United Nations.

1985: Australia introduced a capital gains tax.

1990: South Ossetia declared its independence from George in the former Soviet Union.

1990: John Tavares, a Canadian professional ice hockey player, was born.

2005: The death of Simon Wiesenthalan, an Austrian writer and Nazi hunter.


Written by: Moonface

Today in history

September 19


1893: New Zealand became the first nation to grant women the right to vote.

1955: Argentina’s President Juan Peron was overthrown by rebels.

1957: The United States conducted its first underground nuclear test in the Nevada desert.

1982: Scott Fahlman became the first person to use 🙂 in an online message.

1986: Gerald Ciolek, a German professional road bicycle racer, was born.

1996: The government of Guatemala and leftist rebels signed a peace treaty to end their long war.

2004: The death of Eddie Adams, an American photographer.

2014: The Apple iPhone 6 went on sale.


Written by: Moonface