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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...?
The phrase "turn a blind eye" dates back to British naval hero Horatio Nelson, who only had sight in one eye. When his superior officer flagged him to withdraw his troops from battle, he allegedly put a telescope to his bad eye and said, "I really do not see the signal," then went on to claim a victory.
In this telescope, nano-engraving, nano-array, mesopore mounting, film inlay, and nano-optical materials are used to achieve 10nm lens flatness error. With the same aperture, the light flux of this telescope is 30 times greater than that of an ordinary telescope. The resolution angle of an ordinary telescope with the same aperture is 47 times wider. It can magnify up to 300 times. This is the first spotting telescope to achieve such magnification and clarity on a small scale.
TODAY’S AMAZING FACT:
If you find yourself itchy after lying on grass, it's because you're slightly injured. Grass blades have trichomes, tiny hairs that can cause micro abrasions on the skin. When sweat seeps in, it's literally like pouring salt on a wound.
Grass All Gold Hakone – Dwarf. HAKONECHLOA m. ‘All Gold’. 9-14″ tall, 18-24″ spread, part-full shade. A brilliant grass that glows in the shade! More chartreuse in heavier shade, brighter gold in more sun. Though this grass does spread by rhizomes, it is a slow grower and will not rapidly overtake its neighbors. Deer resistant. Zones 5-9. Potted in 3″ pot.
Jonathan Green Black Beauty® Delmarva grass seed is a 100% tall fescue blend that is specially formulated for the hot and humid climates of the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States (Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia). Black Beauty® Delmarva is a cool-season seed tall fescue blend that grows exceptionally well in hot environments. With roots that can grow up to 4 feet deep and a waxy leaf coating that (like the skin on an apple), Black Beauty® Delmarva preserves moisture and limits evaporation making our grass seed ideal for the Mid-Atlantic region. It also withstands heavy traffic, and naturally resists insects and diseases. It grows a naturally dark green lawn with high-quality tall fescue that outperforms Kentucky-31 Tall Fescue. It is ideal for lawns in full sun to partial shade (4 – 8 hours of sun). Black Beauty® Delmarva is sure to provide you with a healthy, dark-green lawn for years to come. Seed germinates in 10 – 20 days.
The very unique Dwarf Mondo Grass (Ophiopogon japonicus ‘Nanus’) is a short evergreen perennial with tufted grass-like dark green leaves. This variety of grass is extremely controlled and will stay in between 2-3 inches tall which is great for making a clean uniform look. The dark green evergreen blades of this grass are roughly 1/8” inch wide. In early summer this grass will produce insignificant white flower spikes that will give way to blueberries in autumn. Dwarf Mondo grass is often used as ground cover, in between stepping stones or for border planting.