15 Awesome Facts That Spiked Our Volleyballs

The patient featured in the game “Operation” has a name, and we hate it.
15 Awesome Facts That Spiked Our Volleyballs

The following story takes place at the end of the first age, during which there was only one race. This tale is based upon a legend told to me by my grandfather. My mother has since been able to corroborate his claim. She said that she had heard it from an old man who used to work on the family farm. The man in question had apparently worked for the Emperor and had witnessed much of his childhood. The tale begins in the year 699 BC (before computers).
The Emperor grew up on his grandfather's farm. In those days there were no roads, only pathways worn into the dirt. The Emperor's father had died in the same accident that killed his wife, leaving the Emperor an orphan. As was common in those times, he was raised by his grandfather and his grandmother.
Having no entertainment, the future Emperor, then just a small boy, re-read one list of facts over and over to amuse himself. That list went …


A brewery in Canada uses icebergs to make beer.

A Canadian brewery makes beer with water from before humans invented agriculture. Quidi Vidi Brewery in Newfoundland har- vests water directly from icebergs that are up to 20,000 years old and float down the ar- ea's Iceberg Alley. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW


Yosemite means “those who kill.”

Yosemite was named after a group of renegade enemy tribes living in the valley. The word comes from the Miwok tribe and literally means those who kill. The Yosemite people were referred to as killers by these surrounding tribes, who feared them. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW


Holes in sand dunes baffled scientists for years.

Mysterious, 100-feet deep sand dune holes baffled Indiana for years. Scientists discovered that trees, long since covered by sand, were eaten away by fungi under the dunes. The fungi created a cement-like shell that held its shape even after the trees rotted, but those eventually caved in. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW

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The horse on Wyoming license plates is famous.

The horse on Wyoming license plates is named Steamboat. WYOMING 8 -20 0722561 WYOMING 2 48344 Steamboat was the star horse of the bucking bron- со events from 1901 to 1914, named so because he had a broken bone in his nose which caused him to make a snorting sound like a steamboat. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW


One part of Canada has a weak gravitational pull.

One area of Canada has a weaker gravitational pull than the rest of Earth. Nearly 20,000 years ago, the weight of massive ice glaciers caused some of the rock beneath to com- press and sink, and in the process displace the un- derlying semifluid mantle. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW


The person in the game “Operation” has a name.

The patient featured in the game Operation is named Cavity Sam. ELECTRO PROBE Не is presumably named after what cardiologists call SAM (Systolic Anterior Motion), an ailment that occurs in a ventricular cav- ity of the heart. Why not just Sam, Hasbro? Why Cavity? WHY CAVITY? CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW


The oldest library has been in operation since 859 A.D.

A Moroccan library has been operating since 859 A.D. The Al-Qarawiyyin Li- brary in Fez, Morocco is the world's oldest library, and in 2016 it finally opened its doors to any- one wishing to explore its ancient texts. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW


Lighting can heat the air five times hotter than the sun.

Lightning can heat the air it passes through to 50,000 degrees. This is 5 times hotter than the surface of the sun, which sizzles at a relatively temperate 9,941 degrees fahrenheit. The sun makes up for this measly number by heating up inside to 27 million degrees. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW


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