# Leave a Random Fact II: Baby Got Fact.

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• 2021-May-25, 02:43 AM
Chuck
On the other hand, that number looks way too small and I didn't save the program. I'll have to rewrite it and run it later.
• 2021-May-25, 07:21 AM
Chuck
Well, I get the same result so none of the numbers containing the ten digits once each has a double that's a palindrome.
• 2021-May-25, 07:06 PM
Chuck
982151289 is the largest palindrome whose double (1964302578) has no duplicate digits.
• 2021-May-28, 08:33 PM
Chuck
124,456,788 is the largest number with digits in ascending order whose double (248,913,576) has no duplicate digits.
• 2021-Jun-15, 12:53 AM
Noclevername
Oxygen is basically plant poop.
• 2021-Jul-15, 05:39 PM
parallaxicality
Wolfdog breeders often falsely claim their pups are descended from Jed, the wolfdog from "The Thing" and "The Journey of Natty Gann."
• 2021-Jul-17, 05:59 PM
parallaxicality
The Earth-crosser asteroid 2018 AV2 is universally believed to be the discarded Apollo 10 ascent module.
• 2021-Jul-18, 07:23 PM
parallaxicality
Neither the hand nor the navel in the iconic American Beauty poster were portrayed by titular American Beauty Mena Suvari. The navel belonged to model Chloe Hunter and the hand to then-hand model Christina Hendricks.
• 2021-Jul-31, 10:45 AM
Chuck
The sum of the first 3,107,232,505,953,858,866,877,662,427,522,386 squares is the smallest sum of the first n squares that's greater than a googol.
• 2021-Aug-06, 03:04 AM
Chuck
14,247,938 is the smallest positve integer containing 1 one for which its square contains 2 twos, its cube contains 3 threes, its fourth power contains 4 fours, its fifth power contains 5 fives, its sixth power contains 6 sixes, its seventh power contains 7 sevens, its eigth power contains 8 eights, and its ninth power contains 9 nines.
• 2021-Sep-30, 03:00 PM
Extravoice
Leave a Random Fact II: Baby Got Fact.
During the Cold War, AT&T installed nuclear explosion flash detectors on telephone poles near the outskirts of major cities. These would report to NORAD HQ.
• 2021-Sep-30, 07:25 PM
parallaxicality
The Imperial Chinese reports from the Opium Wars frequently referred to British invaders as "rebels", since China implicitly claimed their territory with the rest of the world.
• 2021-Oct-13, 10:09 PM
parallaxicality
The name of the Son of Dracula, as portrayed by Harry Nilsson in the 1973 film of the same name, was Count Downe. His mentor, Merlin, was played by Ringo Starr.
• 2021-Oct-21, 07:41 AM
Nicolas
Kimi Raikkonen has participated in 1/3rd of all F1 races ever (since 1950). Which is quite amazing given that F1 drivers tend to retire much younger than e.g. NASCAR. Of course it helps that there are quite a bit more races per season now than in the early decades, but still. He started 20 years ago and was away for 3 years halfway through. Being an F1 driver for 20 years, he raced three dads and their sons. And to capture a lot of history with just one small line: Raikkonen raced against Alesi in F1 (2001). Alesi plus Raikkonen span F1 from 1989 until today.
• 2021-Nov-02, 12:32 AM
parallaxicality
Rock, paper scissors was invented in China and arrived in the west in the 1930s thanks to Japanese cultural contact.
• 2021-Nov-17, 10:22 PM
parallaxicality
If the world's stateless population were a country, they would rank just above Bolivia.
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