How Long Do Supreme Court Justices Serve?
The average tenure for Supreme Court justice has been 16 years.
The 1968 Mexico City Olympics
In 1968, the Summer Olympics were held in Mexico city, making it the first olympics to be held in Latin America.
Do Sharks Lay Eggs?
Oviparous sharks lay eggs but Viviparous sharks give birth.
Millipede Facts - Animals of the World
Millipedes are characterized as having divided bodies and short heads.
When Does Fall Start?
There is no exact start date signifying the beginning of fall.
Why Do Onions Make You Cry?
Some people cry when cutting onions due to rupturing of onion cells and the subsequent release of the lachrymatory factor (LF).
Why Does Ice Float?
Ice floats on water because it is less dense than water.
What is Daylight Savings Time?
Daylight Saving Time (DST) utilizes natural daylight by setting clocks one hour ahead of standard time during summer and setting them back by one hour...
Brontosaurus Facts: Extinct Animals of the World
Brontosaurus was a dinosaur that lived during the late Kimmeridgian age.
What are the Rules to Become President of the United States?
To be considered as a candidate for the presidency, one must meet certain requirements as stipulated by the Constitution.
What Is the Density of Aluminum?
The density of aluminum is approximately 2700 kg/km3.
What is Black Friday?
In the US, Black Friday takes place the day after Thanksgiving Day.
Winter Olympic Games: Curling
Curling was included in the first Winter Olympic Games in Chamonix, France in 1924.
Are Olympic Gold Medals Really Made Out of Gold?
Currently, gold medals are a mixture of at least 92.5% silver and a minimum of six grams of gold.
Diplodocus Facts: Extinct Animals of the World
The Diplodocus was a dinosaur that lived between 154 and 152 million years ago.
Who was Nellie McClung?
Nellie McClung was a Canadian feminist, author, social activist, and politician.
Winter Olympic Games: Ski Jumping
Ski jumping has been in the Winter Olympic Games since 1924.
When Does Lent End?
The date for the end of Lent varies.
What Is an Isotope?
Isotopes are atoms of the same element that have an equal number of protons but different numbers of neutrons.