2587 Ferdinand Demara-An identity thief named Ferdinand Demara stole the identity of a surgeon and while aboard a Navy destroyer was tasked with performing several life-saving surgeries. He proceeded to memorize a medical textbook just before hand and all the patients survived.
2948 Dr. Oz Show-‘The Dr. Oz Show’ has been heavily criticized by the medical community and a study has found that 54% of health recommendations on the show were not medically supported.
There are hypothesised planets better suited for life than Earth, or Superhabitable Planets.
4009 Pepsi Contest-In 1993 Pepsi ran a contest in the Philippines in which it promised 1 million pesos, roughly $40,000, to the person who found the number 349 inside his bottle cap. Pepsi went on to mistakenly print 800,000 winning caps, leading to outrage and death threats to Pepsi executives.
2930 Osho Bioterror Attack-In 1984, cult followers of Bhagwan Rajneesh (Osho) spread salmonella on salad bars at restaurants in an Oregon city. They hoped to incapacitate the local population so that their candidates would win local elections. It is one of the largest bioterrorist attacks in US history.
1704 Roger Ebert
3522 Alvin York-During World War 1, Alvin York pretty much single handedly attacked a German machine gun nest, killing 20 and captured 132 solders. His actions made him one of the most decorated solders in the US Army, earning medals not only from the US, but also France, Italy, and Montenegro.