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365 Trivia Twist Devotions: Fun Facts and Spiritual Truths for Every Day of the Year by David R. Veerman

Explore a world of amazing trivia and exciting spiritual truths!
Every daily devotion in 365 Trivia Twist Devotions is based on a historical happening, intriguing invention, or offbeat holiday associated with that calendar day. From George Washingtons birthday to National Waffle Day, each reveals the truths of Gods Word in a fun new way. Bible verses and additional fun facts help to give every day of the year its own unique trivia twist.
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10 Fun Facts About America Even Americans Don't Know

Today's Puzzle. The most probable cause of the failure was a rupture of the fuel pressurization side of the spacecraft's propulsion system causing the spacecraft to spin and to erode the electrical circuits. The Bill of Rights is submitted to the states for ratification, completing ratification in
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This day in History : September 24

Before this, almost all carrots were purple with some mutated yellow and white carrots. These mutations were rarely cultivated and lacked the purple pigment anthocyanin. It is thought that the modern day orange carrot was developed by crossing the mutated yellow and white rooted carrots as well as varieties of wild carrots, which are quite distinct from cultivated varieties. Some think that the reason the orange carrot became so popular in the Netherlands was due to the emblem of the House of Orange coinciding with the ongoing struggle for Dutch independence during the 17 century. But it might also be that the orange carrots that the Dutch developed were sweeter tasting and more fleshy than their purple counterparts, thus providing more food per plant and providing a better taste. For the graphics people out there, the exact color of the sun is fff5f2. The reason the Sun looks yellow to people is that our atmosphere scatters light from the Sun; so the perceived color of the sun changes.

September 24

If you liked these, check out more free quick-facts here. Fact During WWII, all the snakes and dangerous insects were killed in the London Zoo by the Zoo keepers in case they managed to escape after a bombing. Fact The only living animal who has the same scientific name as their common name is the boa constrictor. Fact The human eye can detect somewhere between K million shades of color. For reference, HDMI 1. Fact In the last century, the east coast of the United States has moved about 8 ft. Fact Oranges are a berry, as are bananas.


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