Random Fact Generator

  • 3328 Eric of Pomerania-Eric of Pomerania was King of Denmark, Sweden and Norway, the Wends and the Goths, Duke of Pomerania. When he lost the throne, he became a pirate.
    3328 Eric of Pomerania-Eric of Pomerania was King of Denmark, Sweden and Norway, the Wends and the Goths, Duke of Pomerania. When he lost the throne, he became a pirate.
  • 3388 Rocket Balls-Pentagon has rocket balls a.k.a. kinetic fireball incendiaries made of rubberized rocket fuel. When ignited, they propel themselves randomly at high speed, bouncing off of walls, smashing through doors, turning an entire building into an inferno.
    3388 Rocket Balls-Pentagon has rocket balls a.k.a. kinetic fireball incendiaries made of rubberized rocket fuel. When ignited, they propel themselves randomly at high speed, bouncing off of walls, smashing through doors, turning an entire building into an inferno.
  • 3736 Baby Carrots-A carrot farmer trying to cut back food waste (over half of carrots produced are too ugly for grocery shelves) carved and created the first batch of ‘baby carrots’ using a green bean cutter. About 30 years later, these carrots account for 70 percent of all carrot sales.
    3736 Baby Carrots-A carrot farmer trying to cut back food waste (over half of carrots produced are too ugly for grocery shelves) carved and created the first batch of ‘baby carrots’ using a green bean cutter. About 30 years later, these carrots account for 70 percent of all carrot sales.
  • 4175 Richie Ashburn-In 1957, Richie Ashburn hit a foul ball into the stands that struck spectator Alice Roth, a sports reporter’s wife, breaking her nose. When play resumed Ashburn fouled off another ball that struck her while she was being carried off in a stretcher.
    4175 Richie Ashburn-In 1957, Richie Ashburn hit a foul ball into the stands that struck spectator Alice Roth, a sports reporter’s wife, breaking her nose. When play resumed Ashburn fouled off another ball that struck her while she was being carried off in a stretcher.
  • 4167 Matt Stutzman-Matt Stutzman, a man without arms holds the archery record for the farthest accurate distance category.
    4167 Matt Stutzman-Matt Stutzman, a man without arms holds the archery record for the farthest accurate distance category.
  • James Randi offered one million US dollars to anyone who could demonstrate supernatural or paranormal ability. The offer lasted for over 50 years and no one was successfully able to claim it.
    James Randi offered one million US dollars to anyone who could demonstrate supernatural or paranormal ability. The offer lasted for over 50 years and no one was successfully able to claim it.
  • 4129 Just Room Enough Island-There is an island known as “Just Room Enough Island” in New York that has just enough room for a tree and a house.
    4129 Just Room Enough Island-There is an island known as “Just Room Enough Island” in New York that has just enough room for a tree and a house.
  • 4293-project-azorian-A $350 million drillship built in the early 1970s by US billionaire, Howard Hughes, to collect ‘mineral riches’ from the ocean floor was actually a cover for the CIA to be used to lift a lost Soviet submarine, loaded with nuclear missiles, up from the floor of the Pacific Ocean, 3 miles deep.
    4293-project-azorian-A $350 million drillship built in the early 1970s by US billionaire, Howard Hughes, to collect ‘mineral riches’ from the ocean floor was actually a cover for the CIA to be used to lift a lost Soviet submarine, loaded with nuclear missiles, up from the floor of the Pacific Ocean, 3 miles deep.
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  • 553AmazonWarehouse
    553AmazonWarehouse