2024 R todayilearned - 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 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 Iceland . R todayilearned

r/todayilearned • TIL While filming Monty Python & The Holy Grail (1975), Graham Chapman developed delirium tremens (DTs) from lack of alcohol on set. DTs can be fatal even with treatment and typically only affect habitual drinkers who consume 0.5L of liquor or 7-8 pints of beer daily for 10 years or more. Today I Learned. The California Genocide, an oft-forgotten event in U.S. history due to occurring at the same time at the California Gold Rush. The Native …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 when adjectives are strung together, there is an order to them to sound “correct”, the order being Opinion, Size, Physical Quality, Shape, Age ...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. 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: That in 2008, a judge in New Zealand made a young girl a ward of court so that she could change the name she hated - Talula Does The Hula From Hawaii. Judge Rob Murfitt said that the name embarrassed the nine-year-old and could expose her to teasing.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.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.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 EruvanTIL while doing a personality assessment, one of the questions says “My favourite poet is Raymond Kertezc” with a true or false answer. The poet is in fact fictional and used by the PSI psychological test as a control question to gauge if the test subject is paying attention to the questions.r/todayilearned • TIL a link between testosterone and baldness was first discovered in a 1940s era study of mental hospital patients who were castrated and later injected with testosterone. These observations are now credited with helping to produce some of our modern treatments for male pattern baldness.You learn something new every day. TodayILearned is the best subreddit to learn new things.Here are the top TodayILearned posts.For more information check ou...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.TIL The first firefighter to die on 9/11 was hit by a jumper. On the anniversary 3 years ago I heard some 911 calls played. Two stuck out in my head. One was a woman trapped in the building. She was terrified and was coughing a lot from the smoke. The operator was trying so hard to calm her down.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 brainsr/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 Iceland TIL that Robert Ballard, best known for his discovery of the wreck of the Titanic, also uncovered the Battleship Bismarck, the aircraft carrier Yorktown and John F. Kennedy’s PT-109. r/todayilearned. today i learned, interesting, interesting facts, trivia, history, reddit, education · 20+ Fascinating Facts For Perpetual Knowledge Seekers.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 …Web app that displays posts from r/todayilearned subreddit 👽r/todayilearned • TIL that When Edward Safra was 16, he earned $40 million during arbitrage transactions between Italian and British gold sovereigns and used this money to obtain a financial house in Geneva which became his Trade Development Bank which used only ancient Arabic script for its bookkeeping.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).The Brief: r/todayilearned, or TIL for short, is a place to learn and post fascinating facts. DEEP DIVE Forget Snapple caps, r/todayilearned, is a collection of …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 …3 days ago ... Winston Churchill r/TodayILearned Welcome to Learned Something Today. Did you like the video? Did you know this one? Let me know!Today I Learned. The California Genocide, an oft-forgotten event in U.S. history due to occurring at the same time at the California Gold Rush. The Native …Rule #3: No news or recent sources. Rule #4: Nothing related to recent politics. Do not make submissions with underlying agendas. Rule #5: No misleading claims. Rule #6: Rephrase your post title if the following are not met: Rule #7: No software or website submissions (e.g. "TIL you can click on widgets in WidgetMaker 1.22"). TIL Karma Shoppe 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".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…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.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.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.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.Let R be the set of all sets that are not members of themselves. If R is not a member of itself, then its definition dictates that it must contain itself, and if it contains itself, then it contradicts its own definition as the set of all sets that are not members of themselves. This contradiction is Russell's paradox.The attention-grabbing factor of misinformation combined with social media’s hunger for attention make them a pair made in heaven," he concluded. #10. TIL that the work of Charles Drew, a pioneer in preserving blood, led to large-scale blood bank use, U.S. blood donations to Britons in WWII, and the use of bloodmobiles.25-Nov-2023 ... Scale of Alaska r/TodayILearned Welcome to Learned Something Today. Did you like the video? Did you know this one? Let me know!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: That Muhammad Ali had Irish ancestry and visited the country on a number of occasions. In 2009, he took time out to visit Ennis in County Clare, the home town of his ancestor Abe Grady whereupon he was also made first honorary freeman of the town.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 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: You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just …• 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. TIL that MTG card artist Harold McNeil is a nazi. I lived with Harold in the late 90's in Seattle with my GF at the time. I can personally attest to him being a very polite, wellspoken and funny at times roomate. His most often guest at the place was young P.O.C. He certain enjoys being contrarian and draping himself in the imagery of racism ...r/todayilearned • TIL in 1971 a Time Dilation experiment had 2 flights w/atomic clocks go around the world to prove Einstein's theories of relativity (time moves slower as you approach the speed of light, and/or when exposed to more gravity). The clocks gained 0.15 microseconds compared to the ground based clock. r/todayilearned • TIL in 1971 a Time Dilation experiment had 2 flights w/atomic clocks go around the world to prove Einstein's theories of relativity (time moves slower as you approach the speed of light, and/or when exposed to more gravity). The clocks gained 0.15 microseconds compared to the ground based clock. 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 brainsTIL: 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. 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 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 that the numbers associated with motor oil are the viscosity rates based on cold and hot temperatures. The first number followed by a “w” refers to the cold temperature and the second is the hot temperature. Both refer to the thickness and viscosity of the oil at different temps.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 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: 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. 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 to insult the other party more. 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. atlasobscura. 1.1K. 54.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.Thanks, but the explanation was actually missing a fair amount of important information that makes the study also look worse. It was short scale, so even the muscle grown during the study doesn’t mean you keep growing more muscle. You might grow some quickly at the beginning, but there’s no reason to suspect that that will continue, whereas with actual …Literally every famous Duke quote was taken from B movies. "This is my Boom-stick!" and "Hail to the King, baby." were both Army of Darkness. He quotes Pulp Fiction, Star Wars, Stand By Me, Andrew Dice Clay- the game was meant to be one long homage, but of course the fans who weren't familiar with the originals took it to be clever one-liners made for the game, and it kind of snowballed.TIL that Robert Ballard, best known for his discovery of the wreck of the Titanic, also uncovered the Battleship Bismarck, the aircraft carrier Yorktown and John F. Kennedy’s PT-109.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 .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 Honeybees were not considered “endangered” in the U.S. as of September 2023. Honeybees are not native to North America and have never been considered threatened or endangered in the U.S ...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 While filming Monty Python & The Holy Grail (1975), Graham Chapman developed delirium tremens (DTs) from lack of alcohol on set. DTs can be fatal even with treatment and typically only affect habitual drinkers who consume 0.5L of liquor or 7-8 pints of beer daily for 10 years or more.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.18-Sept-2020 ... r/TodayILearned | A WEEKLY DOSE OF KNOWLEDGE Welcome to r/TodayILearned, the only subreddit where you are SURELY going to find knowledge ...TIL The first firefighter to die on 9/11 was hit by a jumper. On the anniversary 3 years ago I heard some 911 calls played. Two stuck out in my head. One was a woman trapped in the building. She was terrified and was coughing a lot from the smoke. The operator was trying so hard to calm her down.TIL stands for "today I learned." People use it to share a fact that they recently learned. That fact could be something as simple as a new route on the way …r/todayilearned • TIL a man had purchased a $2 tintype photograph at an antique shop, only to uncover its astonishing secret – it was an exceedingly rare image of Billy the Kid, …• 1 hr. ago TIL in 2016, a suicide bomber carrying explosives in his laptop boarded Daallo Airlines, with the intention of destroying the aircraft. Twenty minutes after takeoff, the bomb detonated, resulting in a hole in the plane and the ejection of the bomber from the aircraft. he was the only casualty.Each of the posts starts with TIL, which is an acronym for “today I learned.” There is so much we can learn about our world that is both old and new. And the r/todayilearned subreddit is the best place to get some new knowledge for the ever-curious Redditors. Visit r/todayilearned . 6. R/PraiseTheCameraManSearch Reddit posts and comments - see average sentiment, top terms, activity per day and more.Bandwidth has 2 definitions. The first is the electronic term for the range of the frequencies used. For example, the voice band for a telephone is 4 kHz, the frequency range is from 0 Hz to 4000 Hz. The bandwidth of human hearing is 20 kHz which is 0 Hz to 20 kHz. The bandwidth doesn't have to start at 0 Hz.r/todayilearned • TIL that Sir Edward Elgar, composer of, "Pomp and Circumstance March No.1," more commonly known as "The Graduation Song" never actually finished school himself. He only received general education until the age of fifteen. Meanwhile, most of his musical talent came from self-teaching and study. r/todayilearned • TIL that during the state opening of parliament in 1845, the Duke of Argyll accidentally dropped the Imperial State Crown, causing £150 (23,000$ 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."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 ... 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 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 . 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 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.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.TIL while doing a personality assessment, one of the questions says “My favourite poet is Raymond Kertezc” with a true or false answer. The poet is in fact fictional and used by the PSI psychological test as a control question to gauge if the test subject is paying attention to the questions.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 in 2004, a 25 year old virginal Japanese woman had surgery to remove a mature fetiform teratoma (a tumor that formed a doll-like structure) that contained brain, eye, spinal nerve, ear, teeth, thyroid gland, bone, bone marrow, gut, trachea, and blood vessel tissue... and more. 😳. R todayilearned

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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/todayilearned • TIL: "Through the Fire and Flames" was an unexpected hit by Dragon Force due to Guitar Hero and the music video was shot with only a €5000 budget and the drinking was real as by 10pm, the guitarist started drinking, and the director said to keep going. The full version was 25 minutes long.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 Thanks, but the explanation was actually missing a fair amount of important information that makes the study also look worse. It was short scale, so even the muscle grown during the study doesn’t mean you keep growing more muscle. You might grow some quickly at the beginning, but there’s no reason to suspect that that will continue, whereas with actual …TodayILearned now in Telegram! More channels: @reddit2telegram_bot Chat for ideas: https://telegram.me/r_channelsr/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. 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 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. 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 is a quarter scale replica of the Statue of Liberty in Paris. It's ...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: "Through the Fire and Flames" was an unexpected hit by Dragon Force due to Guitar Hero and the music video was shot with only a €5000 budget and the drinking was real as by 10pm, the guitarist started drinking, and the director said to keep going. The full version was 25 minutes long.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: In many languages, the colors described in English as "blue" and "green" are expressed using a single term ...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 to insult the other party more.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.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.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 • by Proper ... I was at an event to buy exclusive merch from a Disney store located onsite at their R&D campus, must've been hundreds of people. 1 hour after the event ended, there was a second event a few miles away to commemorate a bench at the community park where Disney used to take his daughters, and first had the idea ...03-Jun-2019 ... ... /b... 42 AMAZING and INTERESTING Facts to Learn from Reddit Users (r/todayilearned). 136 views · 4 years ago ...more. Reddit Vault. 5.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/todayilearned • TIL Rod Serling was a paratrooper in World War 2 and “The Twilight Zone” name originates from the point where a pilot cannot view the horizon. This spoke to his mission for the show: telling stories about the human condition while obscuring the view. 81 15:05 Today I Learned TIL humans have descended from a single reptilian ancestor approximately 320 million years agor/todayilearned • TIL Rod Serling was a paratrooper in World War 2 and “The Twilight Zone” name originates from the point where a pilot cannot view the horizon. This spoke to his mission for the show: telling stories about the human condition while obscuring the view. 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 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 • 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 a link between testosterone and baldness was first discovered in a 1940s era study of mental hospital patients who were castrated and later injected with testosterone. These observations are now credited with helping to produce some of our modern treatments for male pattern baldness.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.09-Jun-2023 ... ... r/aww, r/Music, r/todayilearned and r/pics - which each have memberships of more than 30 million people. A moderator for one of these ...r/todayilearned • TIL that Waldo, the vocalist of the US death metal band "Hatebeak", is a gray parrot, who learned to make grim, deathly squawks to accompany the music of his human bandmates. Waldo does not travel to play concerts. His most recent full record was "The Number of the Beak".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 ...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 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 …The anal sphincter is not just skin, it also contains a muscle used to either open or close; in this regard it serves a very similar function to the lips on your face (although the lips are more versatile and also play a role in speaking) and you will note that lips also have a deeper color than the rest of the skin on your face (although the ...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 .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.TIL that due to a restaurant offering free sushi to anyone with Chinese characters for salmon in their name, hundreds of Taiwanese changed their names in a situation that was dubbed "salmon chaos".r/todayilearned • TIL a link between testosterone and baldness was first discovered in a 1940s era study of mental hospital patients who were castrated and later injected with testosterone. These observations are now credited with helping to produce some of our modern treatments for male pattern baldness.The Mad Hatter: “You’re not the same as you were before. You used to be much more…. Muchier. You lost your muchness.”. Alice: “I could tell you my adventures—beginning from this morning,” said Alice a little timidly; “but it’s no use going back to yesterday, because I was a different person then.”. r/todayilearned. 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 ornamentationThe 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: 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 to insult the other party more. 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 ...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.Web app that displays posts from r/todayilearned subreddit 👽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. 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 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/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 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.Sep 22, 2021 · Visit r/todayilearned . 6. R/PraiseTheCameraMan. Screenshot from Reddit. This subreddit is dedicated to the courageous people behind the camera that exhibited focus, determination, and sheer will to capture the perfect shot. PraiseTheCameraMan is the best subreddit to appreciate videos that show skill and stunning photography.TIL that Robert Ballard, best known for his discovery of the wreck of the Titanic, also uncovered the Battleship Bismarck, the aircraft carrier Yorktown and John F. Kennedy’s PT-109. 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.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 pizza was invented in Naples, Italy as an inexpensive food to be consumed quickly. It remained unknown outside of Naples until Italian immigrants brought it to the US in the early 20th Century, where it would take the country by storm after WW2.The anal sphincter is not just skin, it also contains a muscle used to either open or close; in this regard it serves a very similar function to the lips on your face (although the lips are more versatile and also play a role in speaking) and you will note that lips also have a deeper color than the rest of the skin on your face (although the ...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. To put my hair up with a zip tie 😂😂. I learned a new word today! :) I was reading a manga and came across a word I’ve never seen before. I thought it was a typo until I actually looked it up. || *Traipse* - “to go on foot: walk; also : to walk or travel without apparent plan but with or without purpose” (source: Merriam-Webster)TIL that Saint Clare of Assisi is the patron saint of television, despite having died in 1253. This is because, according to legend, she was once too sick to attend Mass, so God …TodayILearned now in Telegram! More channels: @reddit2telegram_bot Chat for ideas: https://telegram.me/r_channelsTIL that Robert Ballard, best known for his discovery of the wreck of the Titanic, also uncovered the Battleship Bismarck, the aircraft carrier Yorktown and John F. Kennedy’s PT-109. TIL that due to a restaurant offering free sushi to anyone with Chinese characters for salmon in their name, hundreds of Taiwanese changed their names in a situation that was dubbed "salmon chaos".I went to school for 4 years for an animation degree and this is a small part of what animators call "Space Logic". It also dictates certain tropes, well known ones like not falling off a cliff until you notice it, and even lesser known/noticed ones like when snapping your finger the sound comes from when the fingers pop and not when finger hits the palm …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: 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.TIL while doing a personality assessment, one of the questions says “My favourite poet is Raymond Kertezc” with a true or false answer. The poet is in fact fictional and used by the PSI psychological test as a control question to gauge if the test subject is paying attention to the questions.r/todayilearned • TIL that Waldo, the vocalist of the US death metal band "Hatebeak", is a gray parrot, who learned to make grim, deathly squawks to accompany the music of his human bandmates. Waldo does not travel to play concerts. His most recent full record was "The Number of the Beak". 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, ...Rule #3: No news or recent sources. Rule #4: Nothing related to recent politics. Do not make submissions with underlying agendas. Rule #5: No misleading claims. Rule #6: Rephrase your post title if the following are not met: Rule #7: No software or website submissions (e.g. "TIL you can click on widgets in WidgetMaker 1.22"). TIL Karma Shoppe Dec 23, 2021 · In late 2008, the subreddit r/TodayILearned would emerge on Reddit, which ended up elevating the relatively unused term from obscurity to fame. Today, the r/TodayILearned subreddit is one of the biggest communities on the entire platform, with over 24 million users subscribed. 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 ...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. 5 days ago ... SpongeBob SquarePants r/TodayILearned Welcome to Learned Something Today. Did you like the video? Did you know this one?. Sxswedu.com