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8 Feet Make One Fathom
   is   
False
6 feet make one fathom
11 Dozen is a Gross
   is   
False
12 dozen; 12(12) = 144
36 Frames Per Second Are Projected in Most Animated Films.
   is   
False
24
40 People Are Sent to the Hospital for Dog Bites Every Minute
   is   
True
60 is the Top Number of Points Possible on a Single Shot in Darts
   is   
True
For a treble 20 in darts
80 Beats Per Minute is the Average Pulse Rate for an Adult at Rest
   is   
False
70 beats p/minute
80% of the Earth’s Surface is Covered by Water
   is   
False
70%. The remaining 30% is taken up by the seven continental landmasses
The 1906 Earthquake in San Francisco Was 7.8 in Magnitude
   is   
True
Approx. 7.8. Estimates range from 7.7 - 8.3 but it is now thought to be between 7.7 and 7.9.
40,000 Americans Are Injured by Toilets Each Year
   is   
True
ABBA Gold Was in the U.K. Charts for over 280 Weeks
   is   
True
That is over 5 years
Absolute Zero is -459.69 Degrees F
   is   
True
Or, -273.16C
According to the Beaufort Scale, a Storm is Stronger Than a Gale
   is   
True
Gale number 8, storm number 10
According to Illinois State Law, It is Illegal to Speak English
   is   
True
The officially recognized language is “American”
According to the Well-known Proverb, Paris Was Not Built in a Day
   is   
False
Rome was not built in a day
Adiós Means Goodbye in French
   is   
False
It’s in Spanish
The African Rhinoceros Has 2 Horns on Its Head
   is   
True
The Air is So Polluted in Cubato, Brazil That Its Mayor Reportedly Refuses to Live There.
   is   
True
No birds or insects remain, most trees are blackened stumps
Alexander the Great Suffered from Symptoms That Today Would Most Likely Be Considered Epilepsy.
   is   
True
Alfred Hitchcock Had His Bellybutton Removed
   is   
True
Bellybutton removed during surgery
Ali Landry is Better Known As the Doritos Girl
   is   
True
All the Coal, Oil, Gas, and Wood on Earth Would Only Keep the Sun Burning for a Few Days
   is   
True
All of the Clocks in the Movie Pulp Fiction Are Stuck at 4:20
   is   
True
Almonds Are Part of the Peach Family
   is   
True
The peach and the almond are relatives! Other members of this family include, apples, pears, olives, cherries, and apricots. This family is known as the "Rosacea" family. Rosacea means "Rose family."
Although Flightless, Kiwi Birds Have Wings
   is   
True
They have tiny residual wings.
Americans Consume 50 Million Jellybeans at Easter
   is   
False
It is actually 15 million but who's counting?!
The American League of Physical Culture Was the First Nudist Organization in the United States.
   is   
True
An Apple, Onion, and Potato All Have the Same Taste.
   is   
True
The differences in flavor are caused by their smell. To prove this, pinch your nose and take a bite from each. They will all taste sweet.
Apples, Not Caffeine, Are More Efficient at Waking You up in the Morning
   is   
True
Applying Force to an Object Causes Acceleration in the Direction of the Force
   is   
True
Newton's Second Law of Motion
APR Means Annual Percentage Ratio
   is   
False
APR means annual percentage RATE. It is the yearly rate credit cards charge to their users.
Archie Bunker's Favourite Hang out Was Jerry's Bar
   is   
False
It was Kelcy’s Bar
Aside from His Knowledge of Martial Arts and Weaponry, Batman is a Common Human, Not a Super Human.
   is   
True
Astronauts Brought Back About 800 Pounds of Lunar Rock to Earth
   is   
True
Most of it has not been analyzed
At the Pasadena Playhouse, Gene Hackman and Classmate Dustin Hoffman Were Voted the Two Least Likely to Succeed.
   is   
True
Austria is the Home of the Classical Guitar
   is   
False
Spain
Austria is Home to the Snow and Avalanche Research Institute
   is   
False
Davos, Switzerland
The Average Bra Size Today is 36C
   is   
True
Ten years ago it was 34B
The Average Computer User Blinks 7 Times a Minute
   is   
True
The Average Housefly Lives for One Month
   is   
True
An Average of 51 Cars a Year Overshoot and Drive Into the Canals of Amsterdam.
   is   
True
The Average Person over Fifty Will Have Spent 5 Years Waiting in Lines
   is   
True
The Average Snail Moves at a Rate of Approximately 0.000362005 Miles Per Hour.
   is   
True
The Average Temperature on Mars is Higher Than That on Earth
   is   
False
It is lower
Bald Eagles Are Bald
   is   
False
They get their name from the Old English word for white “balde”
Bamboo Plants Can Grow up to 36 Inches in a Day
   is   
True
Bananas Do Not Get Sunburn
   is   
False
Bananas get sunburns just like humans! Located on a banana's peel, dark spots can appear and are usually classified as a sunburn mark.
Bankimchandra Chatterjee Composed the National Anthem of India
   is   
False
Rabindranath Tagore.
Batman and Robin's Bat Cave is 14 Miles from Gotham City
   is   
True
Bats Always Turn Right when Exiting a Cave
   is   
False
They turn Left
Bat’s Wings Are Really Modified Hands
   is   
True
The Battle of Shiloh Was Fought on Kentucky Soil
   is   
False
It was Tennessee
A Bee Has Six Eyes
   is   
False
A bee has five eyes, two large compound eyes on either side of its head, and three ocelli (primitive eyes) on top of its head to detect light intensity.
Beer is Flavoured With Hops
   is   
True
Bees Must Collect Nectar from Two Million Flowers to Make a One-pound Comb of Honey.
   is   
True
Benjamin Franklin Had a Pet Bear Named Gentle Bear
   is   
False
Betsy Ross Designed the American Flag
   is   
False
It was designed by Francis Hopkinson, a naval flag designer
Billy the Kid's Real Name Was William H. Bonney
   is   
False
Bonney was just one of many aliases. Billy was born Henry McCarty and use William Bonney as an alias on in the last year of his life.
Birds Sing for Pleasure
   is   
False
They are usually warning other birds to keep out of their territory or trying to attract a mate
Bjorn Borg Won 6 Consecutive Titles in Wimbledon
   is   
False
He won 5 consecutive titles; 1976 through 1980
Black Side Moves First in a Game of Chess
   is   
False
White side moves first
Blue Dye is Produced from the Woad Plant
   is   
True
Woad (Isatis tinctoria) herbaceous biennial
A Blue/green Flame Indicates the Presence of Copper
   is   
True
The Bones of a Pigeon Are So Light That They Weigh Less Than Its Feathers
   is   
True
Boris Becker First Won Wimbledon in 1985 at the Age of 17
   is   
True
Defeating Kevin Curren (South Africa). Becker was the youngest winner of the men's singles title.
Boxing Matches in Utah Allow Biting
   is   
False
Participation in an ultimate fight match.
Brasilia Was Declared the Capital of Brazil in 1960
   is   
True
Camels Are Omnivores
   is   
False
Are vegetarians
Canada is the Second Largest Country in Terms of Size
   is   
True
The Cape of Good Hope is the Southern Most Tip of South Africa
   is   
False
Although the Cape of Good Hope is often thought to be the tip of South Africa, it is actually Cape Agulhas, which is 100 miles east and south of the Cape of Good Hope, 29 minutes of longitude further south. The Cape of Good Hope was originally named the Cape of Storms by Bartholomew Diaz in 1488.
Capricorn and Cancer Are the Names of the Two Tropics
   is   
True
Captain Kirk Slept on Deck 5 in the TV Series 'Star Trek'
   is   
True
A Cat Has More Than Double the Amount of Vertebrae in Their Spine Than a Human
   is   
False
Cats actually have 60, whilst humans have 34.
A Chameleon Can Move Each of Its Eyes in Different Directions at Once
   is   
True
The Chameleon Has a Tongue That is 1.5 Times the Length of Its Body.
   is   
True
Chewing Gum Has Rubber As an Ingredient
   is   
True
A Chicken is 75% Water
   is   
True
The Chinese Used Tea As Money
   is   
True
It was pressed into bricks and used as currency
China Uses the Most Energy Per Year Than Any Other Country
   is   
False
It is Japan
Chocolate Was Used As Medicine During the 18th Century
   is   
True
It was believed that chocolate could cure a stomach ache
Cincinnati, Ohio is the Home of the Reds
   is   
True
The City of Constantinople is Now Called Istanbul
   is   
True
Since the Fall of Constantinople 1453
The Cleveland Browns Are Named After the Brown Bear
   is   
False
They’re named for the legendary coach Paul Brown
Céline Dion is One of Fourteen Children
   is   
True
Clinophobia is the Fear of Beds
   is   
True
The Clock in St. Stephen's Tower (London Tower) is Named Big Ben
   is   
False
Big Ben is the name of the 13.5 ton Bell in the St. Stephen's Tower of the Houses of Parliament in London, the name is often incorrectly applied to the clock itself. The Bell was named for Benjamin Hall, who was Chief Commissioner of Works in 1856 when the bell was cast.
The Coca Cola Company Offers More Than 500 Different Beverages
   is   
False
Actually it is 300
"The Coffee Cantata" Was Written by Mozart.
   is   
False
Johann Sebastian Bach.
The Coin Called a Sovereign is Made of Silver
   is   
False
Gold coin first issued in 1489 for Henry VII of England and still in production
The Colour of Rosé Wine is Red
   is   
False
It is pink
The Colour White Absorbs Heat.
   is   
False
The colour black absorbs heat and white reflects it.
Condensation is the Process by Which Gas or Vapor Turns Liquid
   is   
True
Condensation generally occurs in the atmosphere when arm air rises, cools and loses its capacity to hold water vapor
Connecticut is Known As The Land of Steady Habits
   is   
True
This nickname came about because of the strict morals of the people of the state
Copper is the Second Most Used Metal in the World
   is   
True
The Country of Tonga Once Issued a Stamp Shaped Like a Banana.
   is   
True
Crater is a Shallow Depression at the Top of a Volcanic Cone
   is   
True
Crust is the Name Given to the Earth’s Hard Outer Shell
   is   
True
Earth’s crust occupies less than 1% of Earth’s volume
Debra Winger Was the Voice of E.T.
   is   
True
1982
Delaware is Known As The Blue Hen State
   is   
True
This nickname was given to Delaware after the glightin Blue Hen Cocks, that were carried with the Delaware Revolutionary War Soldiers
A Dentist Invented the Electric Chair
   is   
True
Alfred P. Southwick, in 1881
Diamond is the Hardest Naturally-occurring Substance on Earth
   is   
True
It is made almost entirely of the element carbon, and so is related to graphite, found in pencils
Diamonds Are Heavier Than Cubic Zirconia’s
   is   
False
Cubic Zirconia is 55% heavier than real diamonds
Doris Van Kappelhof Had the Hit Song 'Whatever Will Be Will Be'
   is   
True
Commonly known as Doris Day
A Dragon Fly Has an Average Life Span of 24 Hours
   is   
True
Drinking Coffee Cannot Help You Sober up
   is   
True
You will just be a wide awake drunk!
Duelling is Legal in Paraguay As Long As Both Parties Are Registered Blood Donors
   is   
True
During the Spanish American War in 1898, There Were 13 Stars on the American Flag.
   is   
False
45 stars
Dutch Sailors Were Given Sauerkraut to Prevent Scurvy
   is   
True
Da Vinci Cut off His Ear and Gave It to His Girlfriend
   is   
False
Da Vinci Painted the Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel
   is   
False
Michelangelo did
Easter Was Called Pesach by Early Christians
   is   
True
It is a Hebrew name for Passover.
Edam Cheese Comes from France
   is   
False
The Netherlands
Edward Jenner Discovered the Rabies Vaccine
   is   
False
He discovered the smallpox vaccine
Eggplant is Another Name for Aubergine
   is   
True
A fruit but eaten as a vegetable
Elvis Presley Had a Karate Black Belt
   is   
True
Employees of Ben & Jerry’s Get Three Pints of Free Ice Cream a Day.
   is   
True
Every year the company holds a free cone day, giving away 1 million ice cream cones.
The Erie Canal Was 363 Miles Long when Finished
   is   
True
The Exact Middle of the Year is June 28th
   is   
False
It's actually July 2nd in non-leap years, and July 1st in leap years
The Expression BMX Stands for Bicycle Moto-cross
   is   
True
The Farther South You Go the Warmer the Climate Usually Gets
   is   
False
Only in the Northern hemisphere. In the Southern Hemisphere is reversed
Feet is the Unit Used for Measuring the Height of Horses
   is   
False
The unit is hands
The Final Resting Place for Dr. Eugene Shoemaker is the Moon
   is   
True
His ashes were placed on board the Lunar Prospector spacecraft before it was launched on January 6, 1998, and crashed the probe into a crater on the moon.
Fingernails Grow Faster Than Toenails
   is   
True
Some cultures believe it is good luck to grow the thumb nail as long as possible
The First “baskets” in Basketball Were Actually Rubbish Bins
   is   
False
They were buckets, then close-bottomed peach baskets
The First Best Actress Academy Award Went to Lillian Gish
   is   
False
Janet Gaynor in 1928
The First Elevator Was Erected in 1743 in the Palace of Versailles
   is   
True
The First Far Eastern Country to Permit Kissing in Films Was Japan.
   is   
False
China.The first oriental screen kiss was bestowed on Miss Mamie Lee in the movie Two Women in the House (China, 1926).
The First Harley Davidson Motorcycle Built in 1903 Used a Tomato Can for a Carburettor
   is   
True
The First Laundromat in America Opened in the Bronx in 1948
   is   
True
Creating such a stir that police had to be called to restrain curious crowds
The First Mickey Mouse Movie Was Silent
   is   
True
It was called Plane Crazy
The First Product to Have a Bar Code Was Wrigley’s Gum
   is   
True
A ten-pack, on June 26, 1974
The First US President to Visit China While in Office Was John F Kennedy
   is   
False
It was Richard Nixon
The First Woman to Win the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction Was Edith Wharton in 1921
   is   
True
Age of Innocence. 1862-1937
Flamingos Have Pink Feathers Because of Their Diet
   is   
True
They have a diet high in carotenoids, found in algae, shrimp and insects
Flirtation Between Men and Women on the Streets of Little Rock, Arkansas May Result in Jail Time
   is   
True
30 days
For 175 Days You Can Not See the Sun in the North Pole
   is   
False
186 days
A Fortnight is Fourteen Days
   is   
True
A common term in the British Isles and many Commonwealth
Frank Cahill Was the First Man That Billy the Kid Killed
   is   
True
In the Adkin Saloon, Camp Grant, Arizona, August 17, 1877. Billy was 17 years old.
French Fries Are the Most Ordered Item in American Restaurants
   is   
True
A Full-grown Grizzly Bear Can Outrun a Racehorse
   is   
False
Gabriel and Michael Were the Only Two Angels, Mentioned by Name, in the King James Bible?
   is   
False
There were four angels mentioned by name in the King James Bible. They were Gabriel, Michael, Raphael and Lucifer
Gene Autry Gave Us Peter Cottontail in 1955
   is   
True
He actually created this character.
George Eliot is the Man Who Wrote the Books Silas Marner and Middlemarch
   is   
False
George Eliot was a woman!
George Orwell Real Name Was: Eric Arthur Blair
   is   
True
The Gesture of a Nose Tap in U.K. Means "It's a Secret"
   is   
True
Golden Retrievers Are the World's Most Popular Breed of Dog
   is   
False
The Labrador is the most popular
Golf Was Invented in The United States
   is   
False
Edinburgh, Scotland 1774
The Gorilla is a Monkey
   is   
False
It’s an ape
A Grasshopper Has Its Ears in Its Legs
   is   
True
Green, White and Red Are the Colours of the Irish Flag
   is   
False
Green, white and orange
Gregory David Roberts Wrote Shantaram.
   is   
True
The story of his experiences in Mumbai, India.
Grizzly Cubs Are Usually Twins
   is   
True
Guatemala is Located in South Africa
   is   
False
Guatemala is located in Central America.
Hair and Nails Continue to Grow After You Are Dead
   is   
True
Up to certain limit where the growth post mortum stop
Hans Christian Andersen is the Author of "The Ugly Duckling"
   is   
True
Hanukkah Lasts Nine Days
   is   
False
Hannukkah or Festival or the Lights last for 8 days
Henry Ford Invented and Sold the First Gas-powered Automobile in 1885
   is   
False
It was Karl Benz
The Herring is the Most Widely Eaten Fish in the World.
   is   
True
Nutritionally its fuel value is that equal to that of a beefsteak.
The Highest Number of Points That Can Be Scored, in Scrabble, on the First Go is 115
   is   
False
The highest score on the first go is 126 with the words SQUEEZY or QUARTZY
The Highest Score in Scrabble Along the Edge of the Board is 1500 Points
   is   
False
It is actually 1970 with the word BENZOXYCAMPHORS
A Hippopotamus Has a Stomach 10 Feet Long.
   is   
True
Capable of holding 6 bushels of grass.
Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia is the Fear of Long Words
   is   
True
Hootie and the Blowfish Sang the Song ‘run-around’
   is   
False
The Blues travellers sang run-around
Humans Are the Only Species on Earth That Have Face-to-face Sex
   is   
True
Identical Twins Have the Same Fingerprints
   is   
False
The Idea That the Means Justify the End is the Primary Concept in Machiavelli’s The Prince
   is   
False
Just the opposite: The end justifies the means
If I Am Looking at a Parliament of Animals, I Am Looking at a Group of Peacocks
   is   
False
A group of owls is called a 'parliament'
Ian Fleming Wrote 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang'
   is   
True
If a Month Starts on a Sunday It Will Contain Friday the 13th
   is   
True
The average year will have two Friday the 13ths
If You Have an IQ Above 140 You Are Considered a Genius
   is   
True
Imago is an Insect in the Process of Changing from Larva Into and Adult
   is   
False
Pupa
In 1657, the First Chocolate House Was Opened in London, England
   is   
True
The cost of chocolate was about 13 shillings per pound and was a drink that only the elite enjoyed.
In 1935, Persia Was Renamed Iran.
   is   
True
In 1936, Ray Brennan Was the Last Person to Be Publicly Executed in the United States
   is   
False
Was the first person to die of Legionnaire’s disease in 1976
In 1986, a Guard in an Armored Car Was Killed when $50,000 Worth of Quarters Fell on Him.
   is   
True
In 1992, Canada Cancelled All Its Beauty Pageants
   is   
True
The reason given at that time was that they were degrading to women
In Ancient Mesopotamia They Had a Goddess of Beer
   is   
True
Her name is Siris and her priestesses brewed beer (possibly as part of a ritual??).
In Arkansas Laws,Dogs May Not Bark After 6 PM
   is   
True
In Arkansas Laws, A Man Can Legally Beat His Wife, but Not More Than Once a Month
   is   
True
In Berlin You Would Find the Brandenburg Gate
   is   
True
Was commissioned by Friedrich Wilhelm II to represent peace
In the Bible, Jesus Was Born by Immaculate Conception
   is   
False
The Immaculate Conception actually refers to Mary's birth, free of sin, not Jesus'.
In the Bible, Noah's 3 Sons Are Ham, Shem and Jehoshaphat
   is   
False
Ham Shem & Japeth
In Britain, 2 Women Were Killed in 1999 by Lightning Conducted Through Their Underwire Bras.
   is   
True
In the Cainozoic Era, Ice Sheets Covered Most of North America
   is   
True
Incestuous Marriages Are Legal in Alabama?
   is   
True
Issue of incestuous marriages not deemed illegitimate.
In Devon, Connecticut, It is Unlawful to Walk Backwards After Sunset
   is   
True
The Infinity Sign is Called a 'lemniscate'
   is   
True
In the Gulf War 84 American Soldiers Died
   is   
False
79 soldiers died in the Gulf war
In Hawaii It is Illegal to Get a Tattoo Behind Your Ear or on Your Eyelid Unless in the Presence of a Registered Physician
   is   
True
In Israel, There's a City Where Keeping Rottweiler Dogs is Illegal
   is   
True
In Italian “mafia” Means “beauty, Excellence, Bravery”
   is   
True
Cosa Nostra means “our thing”
In Mexico, Bullfights Are Traditionally Held on Sundays
   is   
True
In Modern Terms, the Spartans Are Greek
   is   
True
Sparta was a city in southern Greece, existed about 10th century BC
In Nebraska It is Legal for a Man to Run Around With a Shaved Chest
   is   
False
In New Mexico, It is Against the Law to Ship Horned Toads out of the State.
   is   
True
They are a protected species.
In a Recent 5-year Period, 24 Residents of Tokyo Died While Bowing to Other People.
   is   
True
In 'Romeo and Juliet', Tybalt Kills Benvolio
   is   
False
Tybalt kills Mercutio under Romeo's arm, not Benvolio
In Space Tears Don't Fall
   is   
True
There is no gravity therefore tears cannot flow.
In Spit Bergen, Norway at One Time of the Year the Sun Shines Continuously for Three and a Half Months
   is   
True
In Squash You Win a Drysdale Cup
   is   
True
Since January 1985
In York, Excluding Sundays, It is Perfectly Legal to Shoot a Scotsman With a Bow and Arrow
   is   
True
In Zamfara State of Nigeria Cannibalism is Legal
   is   
False
Punished with death
In Zamfara State of Nigeria for the Second Offense of Theft the Left Foot is Amputated
   is   
True
Isaac Newton Was an Anglican Deacon
   is   
True
It is a little known fact that he was also in Holy Orders.
The Islands of Bermuda Have No Rivers or Lakes.
   is   
True
The inhabitants must use rain for water.
It is Illegal for a Male to Urinate in Public in the U.K.
   is   
False
As long it is on the rear wheel of his motor vehicle and his right hand is on the vehicle. This is True!!
It is Illegal to Be Drunk in a Pub or Bar in the U.K.
   is   
True
It is Illegal to Hunt Camels in Arizona
   is   
True
The US Army once experimented with camels in the Arizona desert, and eventually gave up. The remaining camels were set free, and are now protected.
It is Illegal to Hunt Camels in the State of Texas
   is   
False
Arizona
It is Legal to Run a Bathhouse As a Business in California
   is   
False
California penial code section 11225.
It is Never Grammatically Correct to Start a Sentence With "because"
   is   
False
Because the word "because" is often the beginning of a fragment, many people believe that it cannot be used to start a sentence.
It’s Not Possible to Play Scrabble in Japanese or Chinese
   is   
True
They play in English with a rule book in their own language
It Takes Eight and a Half Minutes for Light to Get from the Sun to Earth
   is   
True
It Takes More Than an Hour to Completely Soft-boil an Ostrich Egg
   is   
False
It takes around 40 min
Japan Has a Larger Land Area Than Florida
   is   
True
Florida is 54,252 square miles while Japan is a whopping 145,900 square miles!
J. Edgar Hoover Was in Charge of the FBI for 49 Years
   is   
False
From 1924 until his death in 1972 (48 years)
A 'jiffy' is an Actual Unit of Time
   is   
True
A jiffy is one hundredth of a second
Jimmy Carter's Campaign Jet Was Named The Big Peanut
   is   
False
It was called Peanut One
John Langdon Was the First Person to Sign the Constitution of the United States
   is   
True
John Langdon was born in New Hampshire and became its first senator after the constitution was passed.
John Paul Jones Was a Russian Rear Admiral
   is   
True
John Paul Jones, America's Revolutionary War hero famous for stating 'I have not yet begun to fight', became a Russian Rear Admiral in 1788, after the war, Kontradmiral Pavel Ivanovich Jones.
John Travolta's Mother Was in 'Saturday Night Fever'
   is   
True
Had a cameo as a woman in the hardware store, waiting for her paint.
Jules Verne's Dog Was Named Fat Boy
   is   
False
It was Satellite
Juneau is the Only Capital City in the United States Accessible Only by Boat or Plane
   is   
True
Jupiter is So Large It Could Contain All the Other Planets
   is   
True
Jupiter diameter 142,984 km
Ketchup Was Once Sold As Medicine
   is   
True
Kilts Originated in Scotland.
   is   
False
France
King Kong Was Found on Marsh Island
   is   
False
It was Skull Island
A Kiss Lasting One Minute Can Burn More Than 100 Calories
   is   
False
A one minute kiss only burns around 30 calories
The Largest Mammal is the Blue Whale
   is   
True
The largest animal ever seen alive was a 113.5-foot, 170 ton female.
The Largest Man-made Object is the Great Wall of China
   is   
False
"In Volume, it would be the Fresh Kills Landfill serving NY City. In length it is the Great Wall of China (just over 5000 Km). In area, it is the low lying area of the Netherlands that have been reclaimed from the Sea (which means that the usable land is technically "man made")." (WikiAnswers)
The Last 12-cylinder Car Produced in the United States Was the 1945 Lincoln Continental.
   is   
False
1948 Lincoln Continental
The Last Known Explosion of Vesuvius, the Italian Volcano That Destroyed Pompeii, Occurred when It Buried the Ancient City
   is   
False
Vesuvius is still active today
The Latin Name for the Polar Bear is "Ursus Arctos"
   is   
False
"Ursus arctos" is the brown bear. The polar bear is "Ursus maritimis". "Arctos" is Greek for "bear", "Ursus" is Latin. The Arctic was named after bears not the other way around.
Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart Made Six Movies Together
   is   
False
They made five movies together
Lennie and George Were the Main Characters in Steinbeck's 'Of Mice and Men'
   is   
True
They were Lennie Small and George Milton.
Leo is the Name of the MGM Lion
   is   
True
He first roared on July 31, 1928.
The Letter 'e' is the Most Common Letter in the English Language
   is   
True
Approximately 11% of all letters in the English language are 'e'
The Letter "O" is the Oldest Letter.
   is   
True
It has not changed in shape since its adoption in the Phoenician alphabet c. 1300 B.C.
The Letter "t" is the Second Most Common Letter Used in the English Language
   is   
True
Lightning Can Reach Temperatures Hotter Than the Surface of the Sun
   is   
True
The air near a lightning strike is heated around 50,000 degrees F
The Lone Ranger's Horse Was Silver
   is   
True
Debut WXYZ on Detroit radio January 30, 1933.
The Longest Name in the Bible is Mahershalalhashbaz
   is   
True
It is the longest name (Isaiah 8:1)
A Lunar Eclipse Takes Place when the Earth is Directly Between the Sun and the Moon
   is   
True
A Magyar Comes from Hungary
   is   
True
The Main Character in 'Great Expectations' is Pip
   is   
True
The Male Blackbird is Not Black
   is   
False
The female blackbirds are coloured brown patterned
Male Mosquitoes Bite
   is   
False
Only females do
Manhattan Island Was Bought from the Indians for $24.00
   is   
True
What Peter Minuit gave the Manhattoe tribe was a package of trinkets and cloth valued at 60 guilders, roughly equivalent to $24.00
A Man's Heart Beats Faster Than a Woman's (on Average).
   is   
False
Women’s, on average beat faster
Many Snakes Use Their Tongues to Smell
   is   
True
March 14 is "Save a Spider Day"
   is   
True
Happy "Save a Spider Day!"
Marilyn Monroe Was Playboy’s First Cover Girl and Center Fold
   is   
True
December 1953
Mark Twain Didn’t Graduate from Elementary School
   is   
True
Mark Twain's Real Name Was Samuel Clementine.
   is   
False
Marshall Matt Dillon's Office Was Located on Main Street in Dodge City
   is   
False
Located on front Street
Mars is the Hottest Planet
   is   
False
The hottest planet is Venus
Matthew, Mark, Peter and Luke Are the Four Gospels of the New Testament
   is   
False
Matthew, Mark, Luke and John
Maurice Greenfield Invented the Pogo-stick in 1904
   is   
False
George Hansburg patented the first pogo stick in 1919.
A Megawatt Can Power About 200 Homes for a Year
   is   
True
Mercury is the Only Common Metal That is Liquid at Room Temperature
   is   
True
Also known as quicksilver
Merlin Was the Wizard at King Arthur’s Court
   is   
True
An Arthurian legend based on the books written by the clerics and poets of the Medieval era
Metathesiophobia is the Fear of Hairdressers
   is   
False
Michael Jackson Owns the Rights to the South Carolina State Anthem
   is   
True
Mickey Finn is Not a Real Person
   is   
False
Mickey Finn was a bartender who worked in Chicago around the turn of the 19th century. He served drinks designed to 'knock' people out, possibly containing chloral hydrate, so that they could be robbed.
Ministers Do Not Need a Permit to Carry Their Liquor Across State Lines in Iowa
   is   
False
The Mona Lisa Used to Hang on the Wall of Napoleon’s Bedroom
   is   
True
The Moon is Larger in Surface Area Than the United States
   is   
True
The moon has a surface area approximately equal to North and South America combined
More Babies Are Conceived in February Than in Any Other Month
   is   
False
More are conceived in December
More Men Stutter Than Women
   is   
True
It is estimated that 80% of stutterers are male
More Than 1.5 Million People Die Each Year from Malaria
   is   
True
The tiny mosquito is credited with so many deaths throughout the ages. More than all wars put together. More than all pandemics and epidemics put together. Incredible.
The Most Common First Name in the World is Mohammed.
   is   
True
The Most Common Town Name in the U.S is Georgetown
   is   
False
Fairview
Mount Vesuvius is an Active Volcano
   is   
True
Moving Water Rarely Freezes Solid.
   is   
True
Man O'War Was a Great Race Horse but Not Much of a Sire
   is   
False
He was a top Sire
Musician Sting's Real Name is Reginald Dwight
   is   
False
This was Elton Johns birth name
Napoleon Bonaparte Was Terrified of Cats
   is   
True
Napoleon Ordered His Entire Army to Shave Their Faces and Heads.
   is   
False
Alexander the Great. He believed beards and long hair were too easy for an enemy to grab and cut off the head.
NATO is an Acronym for 'North American Treaty Organization'
   is   
False
North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Natural Propane Gas Has No Odour
   is   
True
A smell is added artificially for safety, so people know when they have a gas leak.
Neil Armstrong Was the First Man in Space
   is   
False
Was Yuri Gagarin; on 12 April 1961, he became the first human in space and the first to orbit the Earth
Ninety Percent of Canadians Live Within 600 Km of the US Border
   is   
True
No Animal Eats Bees
   is   
False
Skunks eat bees!
No Solar Eclipse Can Last Longer Than 7 Minutes 58 Seconds
   is   
True
Because of the speed at which the sun moves
No United States President Has Ever Been Elected Unanimously
   is   
False
George Washington was the first and only U.S. president ever elected unanimously
The Novel "Gatsby" Does Not Contain the Letter "E."
   is   
True
No Word in the English Language Has Five Consecutive Letters That Are Vowels.
   is   
False
Queueing
The Oak Tree is Classified As a "softwood"
   is   
False
Oakwood is classed as hardwood
Octopuses Have 3 Hearts
   is   
True
The Oldest Major Soft Drink in America is Coca-Cola
   is   
False
It is actually Dr. Pepper which originated in Waco, Texas in 1885
Olives Are a Vegetable
   is   
False
They are a fruit
On Average, Americans Eat One Hundred Acres of Pizza a Day
   is   
True
This amounts to about three hundred fifty slices per second
On Average, a Beaver Can Cut Down Three Hundred Trees a Year
   is   
False
The average is around 200 small trees
On a Clear Night, You Can See About Three Billion Stars With the Naked Eye
   is   
False
You can only (!) see about 30,000 stars
One Glacier Covers Roughly 90% of Antarctica
   is   
True
Pine Island Glacier
One of Napoleon's Drinking Cups Was Made from the Skull of the Italian Adventurer Cagliostro.
   is   
True
Only 7% of Homes in Afghanistan Have a Flush Toilet
   is   
True
Only 7 Per Cent of the Population Are Lefties
   is   
True
The Only Even Prime Number is 2.
   is   
True
Only Female Wasps, Bees, and Mosquitoes Sting.
   is   
True
The Only Manmade Structures That Can Be Seen from Outer Space Are the Great Pyramids
   is   
False
It's the Great Wall of China
Only Sixteen Concordes Were Ever Made.
   is   
True
The last in 1980.
The Only U.S. President to Win a Pulitzer Was John F. Kennedy
   is   
True
Pulitzer Prize for Biography in 1957 for “Profiles in Courage”.
The Orchid is Named After the Male Genitalia.
   is   
True
Its botanical family name, Orchidaceae, means "testicles" in Greek and may derive from an early notion that the orchid possessed aphrodisiac qualities.
The Original Colour of Coca-Cola Was Green
   is   
False
This is an urban myth. Coca-Cola was invented by Dr. Pemberton of Atlanta in 1886. In its first year the company actually made a loss!
The Original Name for Scrabble Was "Lexico"
   is   
True
An Ostrich's Eye is Bigger Than Its Brain
   is   
True
The Ostrich Sticks Its Head in the Sand to Avoid Danger
   is   
False
It’s false, though commonly believed. An ostrich doesn't actually stick its head in the sand. It just ducks down when it detects danger, usually in high grassy areas.
Over 80,000 Photographs Are Taken Around the World Every Second?
   is   
False
Approximately 2,700 are
Over One in Nine Cars in the U.S. Will Be in a Collision in Any Given Year.
   is   
True
Oxygen is the Most Common Gas in the Atmosphere
   is   
False
Nitrogen 78.08%, Oxygen 20.95%
Panama Hats Are Made in Panama
   is   
False
Always and still in Ecuador
Perry White Was the Editor at the Daily Planet
   is   
True
Clark Kent worked for him.
A Person With the Most Common Form of Colour Blindness Cannot Distinguish Between Green and Blue
   is   
False
Between green and red
Peter Finch Was the First Actor to Be Nominated for an Oscar Posthumously
   is   
False
James Dean was the first actor to receive a Best Actor nomination posthumously
Pete Was the Name of the Dog in 'Our Gang'
   is   
True
He had a ring around his left eye
The Philippines is an Archipelago of 7,107 Islands in the Indian Ocean.
   is   
False
Pacific Ocean
'Phonation' is the Vibration of the Vocal Chords in the Larynx That Makes the Sound of Our Voice
   is   
True
When a stutterer makes no attempt to phonate (say a word out loud), but merely mouths the word silently, no stuttering is evident.
Piebald Means White and Yellow
   is   
False
Black and white in patches
Pigeons Can See Ultraviolet Lights
   is   
True
A Pig’s Orgasm Lasts for 30 Minutes
   is   
True
Lucky pigs!!!!!!!!
Plants Grow Healthier when They Are Stroked
   is   
True
The Plough and Drinking Gourd Are Other Names for the Constellation Known As the Big Dipper
   is   
True
Constellation Ursa Major (The Big Bear)
Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis is a Heart Disease
   is   
False
Lung disease
Pocahontas Was Pictured on the Back of the 1875 $20 Bill
   is   
True
Polar Bears Live at the South Pole
   is   
False
Only habitat the Artic region / northern hemisphere.
Porcupines Fight Their Predators by Shooting Quills at Them
   is   
False
They swing their tails
President F. D. Roosevelt Declared December 7, 1941 the 'Day of Infamy'
   is   
True
Pearl Harbour
The Primary Colours of Pigment Are Red, Yellow, and Blue
   is   
False
They are actually cyan, magenta, and yellow, as anyone who has run out of one colour of ink in a printer knows. Cyan can be considered a shade of blue, but magenta is definitely a distinct colour from red.
Prince Charles and Prince William NEVER Travel on the Same Airplane
   is   
True
Pure Gold is 28 Carats (k)
   is   
False
24 carats (k)
The Puritans Forbade the Singing of Christmas Carols.
   is   
True
Queen Bees Only Sting Worker Bees
   is   
False
They only sting other queen bees
Quick Draw McGraw's Side Kick Was Baba Hooley
   is   
False
It was Baba Looey
Quicksand Has No Suction Power and Contains Enough Water So That the Human Body Can Float on It
   is   
True
Rabbits and Horses Can't Vomit
   is   
True
The Red Sea Separates Africa from Asia
   is   
False
The Suez Canal
Reykjavik is the World’s Northernmost Capital
   is   
True
Richard Wagner's Father-in-law is Franz Liszt
   is   
True
Famous Hungarian pianist / composer
Roadkill in West Virgina Can Be Legally Taken Home for Supper
   is   
True
In order to clean up roads not regularly maintained by the Department of Transportation, this law was passed.
Ross and Norris Guinness Founded the Guinness Book of World Records
   is   
False
Were Ross and Norris McWhirter
Rubies and Sapphires Are Exactly Alike Except in Colour
   is   
True
Sacagawea is on the US Silver Dollar
   is   
False
She's on the golden dollar, which appeared in January 2000
The Saint Peter’s Basilica Accommodates 45,000 Seated People
   is   
False
Accommodates 50,000
The Same Side of the Moon Always Faces the Earth
   is   
True
Known as near side of the Moon
The San Andreas Fault is 900 Miles Long
   is   
False
It is 800 miles long
Saturn is the Third Largest Planet After Jupiter and Neptune
   is   
False
Saturn is the second largest planet. Uranus is third and Neptune is fourth.
Scrabble Was Invented in 1938
   is   
False
It was invented in 1948. Over 100 million games have been sold in 121 countries around the world
The Sears Tower is in New York
   is   
False
It’s in Chicago
The Second Amendment of the US Constitution Gives Americans the "right to Assemble"
   is   
False
The Second Amendment gives Americans the "right to keep and bear arms".
Selachophobia is the Fear of Light Flashes
   is   
False
Fear of sharks
Seoul Was Chosen As the Site of the 1988 Summer Olympics
   is   
True
Serendipity is a Lucky Accident
   is   
True
The word derives from an old Persian fairy tale, and was coined by Horace Walpole on 1754
Sex Toys Are Legal in Georgia
   is   
False
Source: Chitwood, Tim. 'Toying With Issues' Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 16 Oct 2002.
Shakespeare's Macbeth Was a Real Person
   is   
True
Shanghai is the Largest City in the Communist World
   is   
True
Sharks Do Not Blink
   is   
True
Shinto is the National Religion of Thailand
   is   
False
Shinto is an ancient Japanese religion. Starting about 500 BCE
The Shock of an Electric Eel Can Knock a Man Down
   is   
True
The electric eel of South America can generate over 600 volts and can paralyse a horse.
The Shortest Building in the World is the Lego Building in Downtown Houston, Texas
   is   
False
The Shortest War in History Lasted Just over Two Hours
   is   
False
Technically the shortest war in history lasted for around 10 minutes! The Conch republic declared independence from the US, declared war, surrendered, and asked for 2 billion dollars in aid in this very short space of time. Thanks to styxman for this extra info. Another war involving fighting was between Britain and Zanzibar in 1896, and lasted for 38 minutes.
Sir Walter Scott Wrote the Words to the American Presidential Anthem, "Hail to the Chief."
   is   
True
Size for Size, Spider Silk is Stronger Than Steel
   is   
True
Also known as gossamer
Skateboarding Was Invented by Californian Surfers Who Were Frustrated by Bad Waves
   is   
True
Skin Texture is What Distinguishes a Nectarine from a Peach
   is   
True
A nectarine has a smooth, waxy skin, whereas peach skin is fuzzy
Slugs Don't Have Any Noses
   is   
False
They have four
Snow White Was Walt Disney's Favourite Animated Heroine
   is   
False
Cinderella was his favourite heroine because he could relate to her rags to riches story.
Some Dinosaurs Were As Small As Chickens Are Today
   is   
True
Some Frogs Eat So Many Fireflies That They Themselves Start to Glow
   is   
True
Spider, Horseshoe, and Hermit Are All Varieties of Crabs
   is   
True
The Sponge is a Plant
   is   
False
It is an animal
Stalactites Come up from the Ground
   is   
False
Stalagmites come from the ground up
A Standard Guitar Has 5 Strings
   is   
False
Standard Guitar has 6 strings
Steam, Diesel, Electric Are the Three Forms of Power Have Been Used to Drive Trains
   is   
True
St. George Was a British Saint Famous for Slaying a Dragon
   is   
False
St. George was born in Nicodemia, in what is now Turkey
The Stonefish, Which Lives off the Coast of Australia, is the Most Poisonous Fish in the World
   is   
True
It has 13 stout spines in the dorsal fin which can inject a highly toxic venom
The Story of 'Jungle Book' Takes Place in South America
   is   
False
It takes place in India
Strangeray Springs Cattle Station in South Australia is the Largest Ranch in the World.
   is   
True
It's area, 30,029 square kilometres, and is only slightly smaller than Belgium.
The Strike of the Eagle Talon is So Powerful That Its Force is Twice That of a Rifle Bullet
   is   
True
Stuttering and Stammering Are, Essentially, the Same Thing
   is   
True
Tandem is a Bicycle for Two People
   is   
True
Patents related to the tandem bicycles date for the late 1800s
Taphephobia is the Fear of Losing Your Teeth
   is   
False
It's the fear of being buried alive
A Tarantula Bite is Fatal to Humans
   is   
False
Tarantulas are not dangerous to humans. They inject saliva into the wound when biting and this may cause a painful local reaction only.
Tel Aviv is the Capital of Israel
   is   
False
Jerusalem is
Texas is the Largest State of The United States
   is   
False
It is Alaska -- Is over twice the size of Texas. 570,374 square miles
Theodore Roosevelt's Wife and Mother Both Died on Valentine's Day
   is   
True
February 14, 1884
There Are 28 States in India.
   is   
True
There Are 36 Black Keys on a Standard Piano
   is   
True
There Are 206 Bones in a Normal Human Skeleton
   is   
True
There Are 249 Ways to Make Change for a United States Dollar
   is   
False
There are actually 293 ways to make change for a U.S. dollar. That's a lot of money!
There Are Approximately 6,000 Taste Buds on the Tongue
   is   
False
There are 9,000 buds
There Are More Irish in New York City Than in Dublin, Ireland
   is   
True
There Are More Italians in New York City Than in Rome, Italy
   is   
True
There Are More Jews in New York City Than in Tel Aviv, Israel.
   is   
True
There Are More Left-handed Women Than Men
   is   
False
There Are More Than 500 Varieties of Banana in the World
   is   
True
Banana plants are the largest plants on earth without a woody stem. They are actually giant herbs of the same family as lilies, orchids and palms.
There Are More Than 5,919,682 Telephones in New York City
   is   
True
More phones than in the entire country of Spain. The cables serving the New York City area have nearly 33,072,975 miles of wire.
There Are No Anagrams of the Word "stationed"
   is   
False
Antidotes
There is an Island Called Bikini Atoll Where the U.S. Tested Nuclear Bombs
   is   
True
There is No Legal Drinking Age in Portugal, China and Poland
   is   
True
There is One Slot Machine in Las Vegas for Every Eight Inhabitants.
   is   
True
There is Only One Coin Denomination in Vietnamese Dongs
   is   
False
There are no coins in 'Dongs', which come in 200, 500, 1,000, 2,000, 5,000, 10,000, 20,000 and 50,000 denominations
There is a Town Named Mars in Pennsylvania
   is   
True
Thomas Crapper Invented the Flush Toilet
   is   
False
Crapper invented the ballcock but the modern flush toilet had been patented in 1819, years before Crapper's birth.
Thomas Edison, Who Invented the Light Bulb, Was Afraid of the Dark
   is   
True
The Three Most Valuable Brand Names on Earth: Marlboro, Coca Cola and Budweiser, in That Order
   is   
True
Tigers Have Striped Skin As Well As Striped Fur
   is   
True
Tigers, Like the Domesticated Housecat Hate Water
   is   
False
The Tin Can Was Invented Before the Tin Can Opener
   is   
True
Peter Durand invented the tin can in 1810. The tin can opener was invented by Ezra Warner of Waterbury, Connecticut in 1858.
To Make an Espresso 36 Coffee Beans Are Needed
   is   
False
The precise amount is 42 beans
The Tomato is a Vegetable
   is   
False
It’s a fruit
The Tongue is the is the Only Muscle in the Body That is Attached at Only One End
   is   
True
The Toothbrush Was Invented in 1498
   is   
True
Tortoises and Turtles Do Not Have Teeth
   is   
True
The Toucan Must Juggle Its Food Before Swallowing It.
   is   
True
Because its tongue is too short for its beak.
The Triceratops’ Tail Was Longer Than Its Body
   is   
False
Tropical Rainstorms Claim More Lives Than Any Other Type of Storm
   is   
True
Twenty Kinds of Kisses Are Described in the "Kama Sutra"
   is   
True
The Indian classical text on eroticism.
Uncle Sam Was a Fictitious Person Created by Soldiers
   is   
False
"Uncle" Sam Wilson was born in Massachusetts
The United States Bought Florida from England
   is   
False
They Bought it from Spain in 1819
The United States Mint Once Considered Producing Donut-shaped Coins
   is   
True
Unmarried Couples Cannot Live Together in the Same Residence in Florida
   is   
True
Lewd and lascivious behavior.
Uranium Provides Fuel for Nuclear Power Stations
   is   
True
As nuclear fuel, conversion into plutonium in “breeder” reactors
The USS Arizona BB-39 is the Only Commissioned U.S. Battleship Still in Use by the U.S. Navy
   is   
True
Vinegar Melts Pearls
   is   
True
A crushed Pearl will dissolve in strong vinegar in about 3 hours
Vodka is Produced from Fermented Grape Juice
   is   
False
Wine
The Voice of Donald Duck is Provided by Jim Johnson
   is   
False
His voice was Clarence Nash
Volkswagen is a German Car Named After a Bug
   is   
False
Volkswagen means "People's Car".
Walt Disney Had a Job on a Railroad
   is   
True
Walt Disney took a job selling peanuts, popcorn and soda to train passengers.
Water Can Fall Below Freezing Point Without Turning to Ice
   is   
True
The Weasel and the Ermine Are the Same Animal.
   is   
True
This mammal's coat changes with the season — in its white winter coat, it is known as an ermine, in its brown coat, it is a weasel.
We Have Much More Liver Than We Actually Need
   is   
True
The only organ that can regenerate itself
When a Piece of Glass Cracks, the Crack Travels Faster Than 3,000 Miles Per Hour.
   is   
True
When You Sneeze, All Bodily Functions Stop, Even Your Heart
   is   
True
It's impossible to sneeze with your eyes open.
The White Part of a Fingernail is Called the 'Luna'
   is   
False
It's actually the 'lunula'
White Sheep Have a Better Sense of Smell then Black Sheep
   is   
False
Black Sheep have a better sense of smell
Will Rogers Was Part Choctaw Indian
   is   
False
He was part Cherokee
The Winds of a Hurricane Can Reach up to 200 Miles an Hour
   is   
True
Winds That Transport Lighting Bolts Create the Sound That We Hear As a Thunder
   is   
False
Thunder is the sound of the lightning discharging into the atmosphere
Wolverine is Known As a Glutton
   is   
True
Deriv. of fressen (of animals) to eat
Women Get Hiccups More Often Than Men
   is   
False
Men
The Word 'blackmail' Has Its Origin from the Armour Worn in Medieval Times
   is   
True
The Word 'girl' Never Appears in the Bible (any Translation).
   is   
False
It does appear, but in most versions only once
The Word “shalom” Means “peace” in Arabic
   is   
False
Hebrew
The Wright Brothers' Plane Was Called Kitty Hawk
   is   
False
It was called "Flyer". The Flyer was tested in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina.
Wyoming Became the First U.S. State to Allow Women to Vote
   is   
True
In 1890
You Can Judge the Age of a Tree Which Has Been Felled by Counting Its Rings
   is   
True
The only way to make to make reasonable estimates of tree ages
You Can Legally Play Dominoes on Sunday in Alabama
   is   
False
You Can Legally Wear a Bullet Proof Vest While Committing a Felony in New Jersey
   is   
False
It is illegal to use body vests while committing a felony
You Can Only See a Rainbow With Your Back to the Sun.
   is   
False
You Could Buy the Model T in Only One Colour, Green
   is   
False
Only available in black. 1908-1927. Colloquially known as the Tin Lizzie and the Fliwer
You Could Find the Yellow River in Russia
   is   
False
Called “Mother River of China” and “Cradle of Chinese”
You Do Not Need a License to Carry a Concealed Slingshot in Haines, Alaska
   is   
False
Citation: 9.24.020 Concealed weapons law.
The Youngest Ever Pope Was Only 10 Years Old
   is   
False
He was 11 yrs old!
Your Ears and Your Nose Never Stop Growing Until Death
   is   
True
The ears and the nose are made of cartilage which never stops growing
Your Feet Are Bigger in the Afternoon Than the Rest of the Day
   is   
True
Always shop for shoes in the afternoon as your feet swell through use throughout the day.
Your Llama Can Graze on the Grass in City Parks in Boulder, Colorado
   is   
False
Citation: 5-4-7 Grazing on Public Property.
You Weigh Less on Jupiter
   is   
False
The weight is determined by your mass and the mass of the planet on which you're standing
You Will Be Fined 1 Dollar for Each Act of Public Swearing in West Virgina
   is   
True
Profane swearing and drunkenness: penalty.
A Zebra is Really White With Black Stripes
   is   
False
Black with White stripes
Zero is Both an Even Number and an Odd Number
   is   
False
There is absolutely no truth to this claim. The mathematical definition of an odd number is "a number that can be expressed as 2n+1, where n is an integer". It is obviously impossible to express zero in this way
Zeta is the Last Letter of the Greek Alphabet
   is   
False
It is Omega
Zip Stands for Zoning Improvement Plan
   is   
True
Introduced in 1962.


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