The dots on dice and dominoes are called “pips”; the term means a group of small but easily counted items and is also used to refer to the seeds of some small fruits such as tangerines.
Chart topping song “American Woman” was penned and performed by the thoroughly non-American Canadian rock band The Guess Who.
Famed stuntman Evel Knievel broke 35 bones over the course of his career and spent more than 36 months hospitalized as a result of his injuries.
The magnetic North Pole, distinct from the geographic North Pole, moves approximately 34 miles per year and is presently drifting from its prior location in Canada towards Russia.
Researchers at the University of Twente in the Netherlands conducted a study focused on the decision making skills of people with empty or full bladders and found that those with fuller bladders made faster decisions and were better at delaying rewards to increase future gain; how this research may or may not relate to purchasing a new car or picking where to go to dinner is an exercise left to the reader.