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u/FearlessJuan. 5 months ago. TIL about the Omaha race riot of 1919 from the book "The Dead Are Arising" by Les Payne about Malcolm X's life, in which a white mob lynched …. R todayilearned

r/todayilearned • TIL that there was a man who survived the towers collapsing on 9/11, then after walking aimlessly through the city had a chance encounter with the entire cast of Everybody loves Raymond who then housed, fed, and clothed him until he could return home safely to Staten Island the next morning .r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL that the famous “I’ll have what she’s having” line from the film "When Harry Met Sally” wasn't in the original script. Billy ...Jun 14, 2023 · Subreddits such as r/Music, r/gaming, r/science and r/todayilearned - all with more than 30 million subscribers - are participating. Some like r/Music plan to protest indefinitely.r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL Quebec has an unofficial ‘Moving Day’ on July 1 when people across the province traditionally move apartments ...TIL that beyond the Bible, historical evidence suggests Jesus' existence. Scholars like Mykytiuk and Ehrman find consensus in non-biblical records from Jewish and Roman historians like Josephus and Tacitus. TIL that, in 2011, researchers at the Mayo Clinic created cats that would give off a green glow under ultraviolet light. The goal was not to fluoresce cats, but to track the progress of gene modification while searching for a treatment for Feline AIDS.r/todayilearned • TIL that the counterpart to a giant painted mural in Biddeford, Maine [depicting a young boy making a phone call] is located in Slemani, Iraq. The project, facilitated by fifth-grade students from both countries, aimed to encourage cross-cultural bridge-building as a means of empathy and friendship.r/todayilearned • TIL the Soccer Ashes Tournament. It was played between Australia and New Zealand every year from the 1920s until the trophy for it was lost in the 1950s. It was found again this year in a former Australian soccer star's garage so they restarted the tournament this year.It's insane. Just in the last 10 years it's gotten so prohibitively expensive to sleep in a motel that I basically don't travel. Even in the late 2010s, you used to be able to roll into any town and take your pick of a few small, dated, but clean motels for $35 or a basic chain hotel for $50.r/todayilearned • TIL that “air-chilled” chicken differs from traditional aka “water-chilled” chicken, and results in less water absorption, more flavor, and lower risk of cross contamination. Air chilled chicken has been widely available in Europe for decades, but relatively recently become popular in the USA.r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL scientists have figured out how to transfer memories & erase certain memories from snails brainsIn February 2010, the official Twitter feed for the /r/TIL subreddit was set up, followed by the launch of the Tumblr blog in June 2012 and the official Facebook page in August that same year. In mid-May 2011, the moderators of /r/TIL announced that the acronym "TIL" would be phased out in favor of the phrase "todayilearned" for the name of the ... r/todayilearned • TIL that Shaquille O'Neal released four rap albums between 1993-1998 which include features of rap icons such as Method Man, Redman, Warren G, Keith Murray, Phife Dog, The Notorious B.I.G, Jay-Z, Rakim and Mobb Deep from which two of them were awarded with platinum and gold.Sep 22, 2021 · Each of the posts starts with TIL, which is an acronym for “today I learned.” There is so much we can learn about our world that is both old and new. And the r/todayilearned subreddit is the best place to get some new knowledge for the ever-curious Redditors. Visit r/todayilearned . 6. R/PraiseTheCameraMan TIL that the Longyou Caves, a mysterious network of man-made caves over 2,000 years old, were never recorded in any historical documents and were only rediscovered by local farmers in 1992.TIL that beyond the Bible, historical evidence suggests Jesus' existence. Scholars like Mykytiuk and Ehrman find consensus in non-biblical records from Jewish and Roman historians like Josephus and Tacitus. r/todayilearned • TIL about Dorilocos, a street food snack from Mexico that incorporates Dorito nacho cheese chips mixed with pork rinds, jicama, cucumbers, carrots, peanuts, lime juice, hot sauce, chili powder and even gummy bears. It is a variant of Tostilocos which is made with Tostitos. r/todayilearned • TIL: There was a study on how your major affects your marriage rate. The most likely majors to be married by age 30 are Education, Plant Science, and Microbiology majors (70-80%). The least likely majors are Geography, Theater Arts, Music, Philosophy, and International Relations majors (32-46%).TIL that everyone wears Crocs in the 2006 movie Idiocracy because the costume designer had a limited shoe budget, and thought the cheap plastic shoes made by the then startup company were futuristic yet too stupid looking to ever become popular in real life TIL the Isabelline (Spain), Manueline (Portugal), Perpendicular (UK), and Sondergotik (what is now Germany, Austria, Switzerland and parts of central Europe) architectural styles are variants of the Flamboyant Gothic (France, Belgium), which featured abstract webs of stone lattice and ornamentationr/todayilearned • TIL that in the late 1800's and early 1900's, gambling on US elections was extremely widespread. In New York, the amount of money spent on betting on elections would often exceed the total trading in stocks and bonds. Since there weren't modern polls, betting odds were how newspaper predicted races.r/todayilearned • TIL about Dorilocos, a street food snack from Mexico that incorporates Dorito nacho cheese chips mixed with pork rinds, jicama, cucumbers, carrots, peanuts, lime juice, hot sauce, chili powder and even gummy bears. It is a variant of Tostilocos which is made with Tostitos.Pyrilamine is an antihistamine often included in menstrual products. It is alleged to provide relief of emotional or mood changes (e.g., anxiety, nervous tension, irritability), r educe water-retention symptoms, and reduce severity of cramps and backache .1 However, it is not yet proven to be safe and effective for any menstrual symptom.r/todayilearned • TIL about Dorilocos, a street food snack from Mexico that incorporates Dorito nacho cheese chips mixed with pork rinds, jicama, cucumbers, carrots, peanuts, lime juice, hot sauce, chili powder and even gummy bears. It is a variant of Tostilocos which is made with Tostitos.Posted by u/[Deleted Account] - 3,082 votes and 912 commentsr/todayilearned • TIL The male orgasm is a 3 stage process involves 3 glands & the testicles. Seminal Fluid is alkaline. Prior to ejaculation 1-2 drops of a clear liquid is secreted by the bulbourethral glands & neutralizes the acidity of the urethra. Then the milky prostate secretion without sperm, then the payload.r/todayilearned • TIL I learned that in 2012, in an attempt to reduce the number of people ending their lives by jumping off of South Korea's Mapo Bridge, the bridge was renamed The Bridge of Life and was decorated with life affirming messages. The amount of people jumping actually increased the following year.r/todayilearned • TIL: Brunei has a hotel that won the 2003 Presidential Suite award. A night's stay costs $23,000 and comes with 24 carat gold lining Italian marble, a Baccarat crystal chandelier, walk in closets the size of a studio apartment, a pool, and a bar. The room is popular and constantly booked. Today I learned that in Central Europe there are hunger stones (hungerstein), in river beds stones were marked with an inscription, visible only when the flow was low enough to warn of a drought that would cause famine. : r/todayilearned • by Eruvanr/todayilearned • TIL: There are at least 3 known sets of Auschwitz tattoo stamps, 2 sets are in Museums and one was sold at an auction in 2021 to much outcry. It contains stamps of interchangeable needles to permanently brand numbers onto skin and the auction included an original Nazi instruction booklet.r/todayilearned • TIL that in 1966 the glass roof of the Houston Astrodome was painted to reduce glare. However, this reduced the amount of sunlight in the stadium and most of the grass died. A synthetic grass surface called ChemGrass was installed in its place, and Astroturf got its name.Claim: Actor Jeff Daniels agreed to be paid only $50,000 to co-star in the 1994 comedy movie "Dumb and Dumber" alongside fellow actor Jim Carrey, who initially earned $7 millio…09-Mar-2020 ... ... r/TodayILearned”. It's a subreddit that's dedicated to sharing knowledge. todayilearned. /r/TodayILearned community is extremely active and ...r/todayilearned • TIL: There was a study on how your major affects your marriage rate. The most likely majors to be married by age 30 are Education, Plant Science, and Microbiology majors (70-80%). The least likely majors are Geography, Theater Arts, Music, Philosophy, and International Relations majors (32-46%).r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL you can go to the island of Sicily via a "boat-train", the last remaining passenger train ferry in Europe. It is a 25-minute ride across the ...TodayILearned now in Telegram! More channels: @reddit2telegram_bot Chat for ideas: https://telegram.me/r_channelsr/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL that on average, drivers in the US spend about $20 billion a year in overpaying for parking spots and 17 hours every year is spent by each …03-Oct-2022 ... Reacting To The Most INSANE r/TodayILearned Reddit Posts #TIL Subscribe To Top 10 Central: http://tiny.cc/v6uwgz ⭐️Follow Us On ...r/todayilearned • TIL that there was a man who survived the towers collapsing on 9/11, then after walking aimlessly through the city had a chance encounter with the entire cast of Everybody loves Raymond who then housed, fed, and clothed him until he could return home safely to Staten Island the next morning . In February 2010, the official Twitter feed for the /r/TIL subreddit was set up, followed by the launch of the Tumblr blog in June 2012 and the official Facebook page in August that same year. In mid-May 2011, the moderators of /r/TIL announced that the acronym "TIL" would be phased out in favor of the phrase "todayilearned" for the name of the ... Im new to the Leach Giveway story. I have been getting texts and harrassed to no end by the winner,,allegedly. I have been instructed to get $250 ready and a fedex person will come to my home to pick.it up and the driver will hand me a "box" with all cash in it.r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL There are 120 times more water molecules in the cubic inch of water than there are stars in the observable universe ...The goal of /r/Movies is to provide an inclusive place for discussions and news about films with major releases. Submissions should be for the purpose of informing or initiating a discussion, not just to entertain readers.r/todayilearned • TIL that there was a man who survived the towers collapsing on 9/11, then after walking aimlessly through the city had a chance encounter with the entire cast of Everybody loves Raymond who then housed, fed, and clothed him until he could return home safely to Staten Island the next morning . r/todayilearned • TIL that on the weekend of Friday June 22nd Professional Wrestler Chris Benoit killed his wife Nancy, then his son and the next day himself. But 14 hours before anyone knew what happened a wiki user edited a wiki article to say that Nancy was dead, later claiming it was a "terrible coincidence".r/todayilearned • TIL The male orgasm is a 3 stage process involves 3 glands & the testicles. Seminal Fluid is alkaline. Prior to ejaculation 1-2 drops of a clear liquid is secreted by the bulbourethral glands & neutralizes the acidity of the urethra. Then the milky prostate secretion without sperm, then the payload.r/todayilearned • TIL about Dorilocos, a street food snack from Mexico that incorporates Dorito nacho cheese chips mixed with pork rinds, jicama, cucumbers, carrots, peanuts, lime juice, hot sauce, chili powder and even gummy bears. It is a variant of Tostilocos which is made with Tostitos. r/todayilearned • TIL Of the Curse of the Ninth, the superstition that a composer will die before finishing their tenth symphony. Beethoven and Schubert both died after their ninth symphonies. Gustav Mahler attempted to beat the curse with musical structural changes but he also died before finishing his tenth.TIL In 2019, the White Island Volcano erupted in New Zealand. A group of tourists were stood just metres from the rim of the crater when it exploded. Webcam images captured …r/todayilearned • TIL that there was a man who survived the towers collapsing on 9/11, then after walking aimlessly through the city had a chance encounter with the entire cast of Everybody loves Raymond who then housed, fed, and clothed him until he could return home safely to Staten Island the next morning .The title gives the impression that menarche has been on a long trend down. But the first reference in this article, which is the basis of all age-related claims in it, asserts that menarche began 7-10 y.o. in the new ice age, raising to 12-14 with agriculture, then raising to 16-17y.o. in times of widespread famine (like the high medieval and early industrial …r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL the music video for Mint Royale's "Blue Song" was the direct inspiration for the 2017 feature film Baby Driver ...r/todayilearned • TIL that in the late 1800's and early 1900's, gambling on US elections was extremely widespread. In New York, the amount of money spent on betting on elections would often exceed the total trading in stocks and bonds. Since there weren't modern polls, betting odds were how newspaper predicted races.TIL the scenes of Kazakhstan in Borat, were shot in Glod, a tiny village in Romania. All the extras are villagers of Glod who got paid to be in the film and were told it was a documentary.Adding to this, planet Vegeta was once called planet Plant before the Saiyans exterminated the other species that lived on it. In the English version those people are called the Tuffles, in the original Japanese they are the Tsufuru-jin which is Furutsu (Fruit) reversed.Words such as; what you saw, where you saw it, how often you saw it. Resources - You obviously saw it somewhere; link to the thing that made you ask. Or include a screenshot. Ad nauseum - The topic in question has been discussed extensively, and that those involved in the discussion have grown tired of it.r/todayilearned • TIL that scientists in 1997 witnessed a massive battle b/w 9 sperm whales & up to 35 orcas off the coast of Cal. that "clearly establish for the first time that killer whales are predators of sperm whales." The "apparent helplessness of the sperm whales" was striking w/ maybe all 9 eventually dying.MajesticBread9147 • 11 days ago. The Rainbow Coalition in Chicago, formed in 1969 by Fred Hampton, consisted of groups that advocated for the rights and economic liberation for Black Americans, many of whom from the south (Black Panthers), Puerto Rican migrants (Young Lords), and Appalachian Migrants (Young patriots).r/todayilearned • TIL humans have smaller jaws and bigger brains than our primate forebears because of a mutation in the MYH16 gene. The jaw muscles are made smaller and weaker as a result of the gene mutation, which lessens the force applied to the skull, which can expand, letting the brain grow bigger. The fucking article that you refer points to this. Sec. 116. None of the funds appropriated in this Act or otherwise available to the Department of the Treasury or the Bureau of Engraving and Printing may be used to redesign the $1 Federal Reserve note. That is not a prohibition of the redesign of the bill.r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL about the Swedish Vallhund, a very old dog breed that looks like wolf with Corgi proportions. ...The goal of /r/Movies is to provide an inclusive place for discussions and news about films with major releases. Submissions should be for the purpose of informing or initiating a discussion, not just to entertain readers. r/todayilearned • TIL: Brunei has a hotel that won the 2003 Presidential Suite award. A night's stay costs $23,000 and comes with 24 carat gold lining Italian marble, a Baccarat crystal chandelier, walk in closets the size of a studio apartment, a pool, and a bar. The room is popular and constantly booked.TIL more than 1 in 10 Americans have no close friends. The share of Americans who have zero close friends has been steadily rising. From 3% of the population in 1991 to 12% in 2021.r/todayilearned • TIL that the counterpart to a giant painted mural in Biddeford, Maine [depicting a young boy making a phone call] is located in Slemani, Iraq. The project, facilitated by fifth-grade students from both countries, aimed to encourage cross-cultural bridge-building as a means of empathy and friendship.r/todayilearned • TIL: TLC was the first all-female group to sell 10 million copies of an album - CrazySexyCool. But they weren't cool about making $50,000 each for the album while the record company got $75 million. So, they held Arista Records President Clive Davis hostage until the NYPD intervened.TIL that everyone wears Crocs in the 2006 movie Idiocracy because the costume designer had a limited shoe budget, and thought the cheap plastic shoes made by the then startup company were futuristic yet too stupid …r/todayilearned • TIL L'Anse aux Meadows is the oldest known European settlement in North America. Discovered in 1960 in present-day Newfoundland, its origin was confirmed to be Viking from the 11th century based on artifacts and evidence consistent with other known Norse examples in Greenland and Icelandu/FearlessJuan. 5 months ago. TIL about the Omaha race riot of 1919 from the book "The Dead Are Arising" by Les Payne about Malcolm X's life, in which a white mob lynched viciously a black innocent man, hanging him, shooting him, dragging him around behind a car, burning his corpse and posing for pictures. No one went to jail.r/todayilearned: You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just …r/todayilearned • TIL During the shooting event of the 1965 World Pentathlon Championships, Herbert Polzhuber drank 10 glasses of beer and a bottle of cognac, stepped onto the shooting platform, shot all his bullets directly into the ground and passed out. Alcohol would be banned from shooting events shortly after.TIL only nine comedians have ever sold out Madison Square Garden: Eddie Murphy, George Carlin, Andrew Dice Clay, Chris Rock, Russell Peters, Dane Cook, Kevin Hart, Louis C.K., and Aziz Ansari. Jun 14, 2023 · Subreddits such as r/Music, r/gaming, r/science and r/todayilearned - all with more than 30 million subscribers - are participating. Some like r/Music plan to protest indefinitely.In February 2010, the official Twitter feed for the /r/TIL subreddit was set up, followed by the launch of the Tumblr blog in June 2012 and the official Facebook page in August that same year. In mid-May 2011, the moderators of /r/TIL announced that the acronym "TIL" would be phased out in favor of the phrase "todayilearned" for the name of the ...TIL 10-year-old Olivia Farnsworth has never been able to feel pain or hunger, and cannot sleep without being heavily medicated. Due to her symptoms revolving from Chromosome 6 Deletion, she had been able to withstand a car accident without distress.r/todayilearned • TIL that there was a man who survived the towers collapsing on 9/11, then after walking aimlessly through the city had a chance encounter with the entire cast of Everybody loves Raymond who then housed, fed, and clothed him until he could return home safely to Staten Island the next morning .r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL that glacier mice are are colonies of wandering moss, observed as far apart as Alaska and Uganda. They ...The fucking article that you refer points to this. Sec. 116. None of the funds appropriated in this Act or otherwise available to the Department of the Treasury or the Bureau of Engraving and Printing may be used to redesign the $1 Federal Reserve note. That is not a prohibition of the redesign of the bill.r/todayilearned • TIL that on the weekend of Friday June 22nd Professional Wrestler Chris Benoit killed his wife Nancy, then his son and the next day himself. But 14 hours before anyone knew what happened a wiki user edited a wiki article to say that Nancy was dead, later claiming it was a "terrible coincidence".r/todayilearned • TIL in the '40s theatrical producer John Reber promoted a plan to build two dams to change most of San Francisco Bay into two freshwater lakes. He got a lot of support, but the US Army Corps of Engineers built a giant working model of the bay to show how this plan was a terrible ideaR todayilearned

r/todayilearned • TIL that the commonly quoted figure of 150 deaths from falling coconuts worldwide annually is a myth based on extrapolation from 2 anecdotal reports from Alotau, Papua New Guinea over more than 4 years. Only 22 reported cases of death by falling coconut have happened since 1777. . R todayilearned

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• 1 hr. ago TIL in 2016, a suicide bomber carrying explosives in his laptop boarded Daallo Airlines, with the intention of destroying the aircraft. Twenty minutes after takeoff, the bomb detonated, resulting in a hole in the plane and the ejection of the bomber from the aircraft. he was the only casualty. r/todayilearned • TIL: Brunei has a hotel that won the 2003 Presidential Suite award. A night's stay costs $23,000 and comes with 24 carat gold lining Italian marble, a Baccarat crystal chandelier, walk in closets the size of a studio apartment, a pool, and a bar. The room is popular and constantly booked.TIL more than 1 in 10 Americans have no close friends. The share of Americans who have zero close friends has been steadily rising. From 3% of the population in 1991 to 12% in 2021.TodayIlearned is a place for sharing those interesting factoids that you learned today with all of reddit. Learn how to post, what are the guidelines, and how to join the community of fact-sharing enthusiasts.Feb 4, 2021 · Today I Learned. A pregnant mother with twins lost one fetus in the first trimester and the other developed a coccyx tumor the size of a fetus that was killing it. Doctors removed baby LynLee from the womb, cut off the tumor, then put her back in the womb and she was ‘born again’ healthy 12 weeks later. TIL that, in 2011, researchers at the Mayo Clinic created cats that would give off a green glow under ultraviolet light. The goal was not to fluoresce cats, but to track the progress of gene modification while searching for a treatment for Feline AIDS.r/todayilearned • TIL About Cape Malays in South Africa. The descendants of enslaved and free Muslims from different parts of the world, specifically Indonesia (known then as the Dutch East Indies) and other SE Asian countries, who lived at the Cape during Dutch and British rule. There are 176,000 remaining. TIL: Math Duels were common in Italy in the 1500s. Mathematicians would challenge each other to prove their mental superiority and to win fame and riches along with better salaries and more students.u/FearlessJuan. 5 months ago. TIL about the Omaha race riot of 1919 from the book "The Dead Are Arising" by Les Payne about Malcolm X's life, in which a white mob lynched …My ex, while living in Germany for some months, mentioned that she couldn't actually shower as much - not by the weather (as much as it didn't help), but because the water is treated differently and it is way more "mineral" than our city here in Brazil, and it …r/todayilearned • TIL the Ridley Scott movie Alien used much the same crew as forgotten Sean Connery star vehicle Outland. The same costume team, props team, staging crew, special effects team, & the same staff even made the title cards & soundtracks! (The crew comparison appears a little over 5 min. into the video.)r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL Dutch sailors were responsible for the extinction of the dodo, They hunted the dodo for food and sport, introduced invasive predators like rats and ...TIL 10-year-old Olivia Farnsworth has never been able to feel pain or hunger, and cannot sleep without being heavily medicated. Due to her symptoms revolving from Chromosome 6 Deletion, she had been able to withstand a car accident without distress. When an object accelerates it puts stress on that object. The faster you accelerate the more stress there is. When you move in a circle you accelerate even though your speed stays the same. The mount of acceleration you feel is measured in the equivalent amount of "g's". So 2 g's is twice the acceleration you experience due to gravity normally./r/CasualTodayILearned is a subreddit for any true knowledge that you would like to share, regardless of topic or of source. Share your casual knowledge! Created Mar 3, 2015r/todayilearned • TIL the Soccer Ashes Tournament. It was played between Australia and New Zealand every year from the 1920s until the trophy for it was lost in the 1950s. It was found again this year in a former Australian soccer star's garage so they restarted the tournament this year.r/todayilearned • TIL: The etiquette of dueling in America has 25 rules for both guns and sword duels. An insult to one's lady is considered a great offense and the first 10~ rules involve the pre duel banter and gives several chances for apologies or …r/todayilearned • TIL the Nigerian version of Big Brother is the most successful version in the global Big Brother franchise, with viewership of over 309 million. The 2023 season of it has its prize money at 154,989 USD, making it the one of versions with the most substantial prize money.r/todayilearned • TIL the Nigerian version of Big Brother is the most successful version in the global Big Brother franchise, with viewership of over 309 million. The 2023 season of it has its prize money at 154,989 USD, making it the one of versions with the most substantial prize money.TIL in 2001, Charles Ingram, who won the grand prize on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, was found to be cheating through a coughing scheme and denied his prize earnings.Looking back and realizing how fucked fellow kids lives must have been lol. Random shit too. The kid that had a U on his report card. Didn’t even know that was a thing, but I remember we were in first grade and his mom died.r/todayilearned • TIL that in the late 1800's and early 1900's, gambling on US elections was extremely widespread. In New York, the amount of money spent on betting on elections would often exceed the total trading in stocks and bonds. Since there weren't modern polls, betting odds were how newspaper predicted races. r/todayilearned • TIL that in the late 1800's and early 1900's, gambling on US elections was extremely widespread. In New York, the amount of money spent on betting on elections would often exceed the total trading in stocks and bonds. Since there weren't modern polls, betting odds were how newspaper predicted races. r/todayilearned • TIL The prototype of the Rolls Royce Ghost was so quiet inside that it made test drivers sick. The engineers had to remove some of the noise-isolating material, and create seats that vibrated at specific frequencies to introduce some noise into the interior.r/todayilearned • TIL: There was a study on how your major affects your marriage rate. The most likely majors to be married by age 30 are Education, Plant Science, and Microbiology majors (70-80%). The least likely majors are Geography, Theater Arts, Music, Philosophy, and International Relations majors (32-46%).TIL that the Longyou Caves, a mysterious network of man-made caves over 2,000 years old, were never recorded in any historical documents and were only rediscovered by local farmers in 1992.r/todayilearned • TIL that during the state opening of parliament in 1845, the Duke of Argyll accidentally dropped the Imperial State Crown, causing £150 (23,000$ today) worth of damage. Of the accident, Queen Victoria wrote in her diary:" [The Crown] was all crushed and squashed, like a pudding that had set down."Jun 27, 2020 · 5. /r/TodayILearned. Visit /r/TodayILearned if you are interested in learning about new things every day. This subreddit features interesting articles about uncommon knowledge about certain events, things, and many more. This subreddit is an interesting way to learn more about the world, ...r/todayilearned • TIL: There is a study by several PhDs also backed by 45 previous studies, that found out that height impacts salaries. Every inch above average height nets $789. Possible explanations are that tall people are seen as more leader like and the process of "looking down" makes one more confident.On Aug. 26, 2023, a Reddit user on the subreddit r/todayilearned posted, "[Today I learned] that Jim Carrey was paid $7 million for 'Dumb and Dumber,' while his co-star Jeff Daniels made just ...r/todayilearned • TIL there was a UK adaptation of the American show Golden Girls called "The Brighton Belles". The British version was released a year after the Golden Girl's final episode and was nearly identical to the original except for name changes.My ex, while living in Germany for some months, mentioned that she couldn't actually shower as much - not by the weather (as much as it didn't help), but because the water is treated differently and it is way more "mineral" than our city here in Brazil, and it …I'm not sure I understand where you're getting that the study interpreted a positive answer to the question you pasted as rape. The report makes it crystal clear the the study is assessing a dozen levels of sexual victimization, ranging from "Threat of contact without force" on the mild end to "Attempted sexual contact with force or threat of force" in the mid range to …r/todayilearned • TIL that on the weekend of Friday June 22nd Professional Wrestler Chris Benoit killed his wife Nancy, then his son and the next day himself. But 14 hours before anyone knew what happened a wiki user edited a wiki article to say that Nancy was dead, later claiming it was a "terrible coincidence".TIL that Shaquille O'Neal released four rap albums between 1993-1998 which include features of rap icons such as Method Man, Redman, Warren G, Keith Murray, Phife Dog, The Notorious B.I.G, Jay-Z, Rakim and Mobb Deep from which two of them were awarded with platinum and gold. r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL that the famous “I’ll have what she’s having” line from the film "When Harry Met Sally” wasn't in the original script. Billy ...r/todayilearned • TIL the Portuguese Man o’ War is a colonial organism, where many organisms form one unit. They produce both sexually and asexually. First, the male and female polyps release gametes into the water which, when fertilized, result in larvae that then begin to reproduce asexually to create a new colony./r/CasualTodayILearned is a subreddit for any true knowledge that you would like to share, regardless of topic or of source. Share your casual knowledge! Created Mar 3, 2015r/todayilearned • TIL the Ridley Scott movie Alien used much the same crew as forgotten Sean Connery star vehicle Outland. The same costume team, props team, staging crew, special effects team, & the same staff even made the title cards & soundtracks! (The crew comparison appears a little over 5 min. into the video.)r/todayilearned • TIL the Soccer Ashes Tournament. It was played between Australia and New Zealand every year from the 1920s until the trophy for it was lost in the 1950s. It was found again this year in a former Australian soccer star's garage so they restarted the tournament this year.Pyrilamine is an antihistamine often included in menstrual products. It is alleged to provide relief of emotional or mood changes (e.g., anxiety, nervous tension, irritability), r educe water-retention symptoms, and reduce severity of cramps and backache .1 However, it is not yet proven to be safe and effective for any menstrual symptom.r/todayilearned • TIL: There are at least 3 known sets of Auschwitz tattoo stamps, 2 sets are in Museums and one was sold at an auction in 2021 to much outcry. It contains stamps of interchangeable needles to permanently brand numbers onto skin and the auction included an original Nazi instruction booklet.TIL: Math Duels were common in Italy in the 1500s. Mathematicians would challenge each other to prove their mental superiority and to win fame and riches along with better salaries and more students.Bandwidth has 2 definitions. The first is the electronic term for the range of the frequencies used. For example, the voice band for a telephone is 4 kHz, the frequency range is from 0 Hz to 4000 Hz. The bandwidth of human hearing is 20 kHz which is 0 Hz to 20 kHz. The bandwidth doesn't have to start at 0 Hz.04-Feb-2016 ... Subreddits r/funny, r/pics, r/gifs, r/TodayILearned, r/gaming dominate the Reddit's front page. Posts from these subreddits get bigger ...The goal of /r/Movies is to provide an inclusive place for discussions and news about films with major releases. Submissions should be for the purpose of informing or initiating a discussion, not just to entertain readers.r/todayilearned • TIL humans have smaller jaws and bigger brains than our primate forebears because of a mutation in the MYH16 gene. The jaw muscles are made smaller and weaker as a result of the gene mutation, which lessens the force applied to the skull, which can expand, letting the brain grow bigger.04-Aug-2011 ... Take r/todayilearned (“Today I Learned,” or TIL for short), one of the most popular sections on the site. Here, redditors highlight rare ...r/todayilearned • TIL that Sir Edward Elgar, composer of, "Pomp and Circumstance March No.1," more commonly known as "The Graduation Song" never actually finished school himself. He only received general education until the age of fifteen. Meanwhile, most of his musical talent came from self-teaching and study.TIL that everyone wears Crocs in the 2006 movie Idiocracy because the costume designer had a limited shoe budget, and thought the cheap plastic shoes made by the then startup company were futuristic yet too stupid …r/todayilearned • TIL: Kinks are both learned AND hereditary according to several PHD researchers. As inheriting some bodily features, such as sensitive nipples will draw offspring towards BDSM elements for example. The conclusion is that inherited traits and prime conditions can lead to one developing similar kinks.Enter the subreddit's name, and this tool will break down the posting days and times of its top posts. 5. Comment on new and rising posts. One of the biggest obstacles to getting karma is visibility. You could have the best comment or post, but if it gets buried under other content, no one will even see it.The most popular subreddits participating the blackout include r/funny, r/aww, r/gaming, r/Music, r/Pics, r/science and r/todayilearned.Im new to the Leach Giveway story. I have been getting texts and harrassed to no end by the winner,,allegedly. I have been instructed to get $250 ready and a fedex person will come to my home to pick.it up and the driver will hand me a "box" with all cash in it.r/todayilearned • TIL The prototype of the Rolls Royce Ghost was so quiet inside that it made test drivers sick. The engineers had to remove some of the noise-isolating material, and create seats that vibrated at specific frequencies to introduce some noise into the interior.. 773 726 8676