Baskin Robbins once made ketchup ice cream.
No other state has as dense a system of highways and railroads as New Jersey.
The winds on Saturn blow at 1,200 mph. 10 times faster than a strong Earth hurricane.
By 1995 8 million U.S. households had computers with CD-ROM drives, a 1600% increase over 1990.
While we're awake, our brain generates enough power to illuminate a light bulb of 25 watts.
The smallest bone in the human body is the stapes or stirrup bone located in the middle ear. It is approximately .11 inches (.28 cm) long.
In February 2004, Sweden led the world in Internet penetration, with 76.9 percent of people connected to the Internet. The world average is 11.1 per cent.
The Mall of America in Bloomington is over 9.5 million square feet in size.
On April 17th 1524 New York Harbor was discovered by Giovanni Verrazano.
Stamens have two parts - a stalk called the filament and the anther, which is at the tip.