From what a jackalope and goat-sheep might look like, to well-known explorers claims to fame, to some unexplained oddities that you might not want to know about.
From the wrong turn that started World War I and how the Titanic disaster could have been averted, to code cracking and a $2 million car.
From exploring space to the amazing plan for an unsinkable aircraft carrier, the surprising uses for goat's milk and spider webs and the close-ups of everyday things.
From incredible facts and fictions about the NBA, Napoleon, and politics, to some odd remedies for hiccups, heartburn, and crying, to the world's most famous landmarks.
From naked mole rats to the animals of 1492, the real reason it's called America to Civil War surgeries, and Charles Lindbergh to Jackie Robinson.
From the world's most expensive bridges, to the fastest way to get from country to country, to the cost of a first-class parlor suite ticket on the infamous Titanic.
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