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  Trivia Wednesday, September 17, 2014

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Fact of the Day
Several poison-dart frog species are bred at the National Aquarium in Baltimore. There, researchers gauge the toxicity of poisonous species by taste. No danger is posed, because frogs caught in the wild gradually become less poisonous, and captive offspring are nontoxic. The change may be due to diet. The frog's natural menu — mostly tropical ants and springtails — cannot be duplicated in a terrarium.
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Quote of the Day
"Excellence can be attained if you Care more than others think is wise, Risk more than others think is safe, Dream more than others think is practical, and Expect more than others think is possible."
- Author Unknown
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Word of the Day
Pronunciation: /spee-lee-ol-uh-gee/
n : the scientific study or exploration of caves.
"Astrology and speleology are my pastimes."
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What TV show has a character named Potsie?


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 Bad Predictions
"The paper is nothing but nonsense, unfit even for reading before the Society."
- A member of the Royal Society commenting on J. J. Waterson's paper which developed the foundations of the kinetic theory of gases and thermodynamics.
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 Today In History
September 17, 1787
The Constitution of the United States of America was signed by delegates from twelve states at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The U.S. Constitution is the world’s oldest working Constitution.
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Film set designer Dean Tavoularis took great pride in the many small details that create the illusion of reality in a movie. In an interview, he shared his conviction that if a film character lived in a real house (not a studio set), then real mail should be delivered to that house, addressed to the character who "lived" there. Tavoularis explained: "I remember we did that in The Conversation. We had this apartment in San Francisco and we knew months ahead of time that we were going to have it for the making of the film. The Gene Hackman character was supposed to be an electronics wiz, and it seemed rather obvious to me to subscribe to all those magazines which cater to this kind of person. So we mailed off 30 letters and started getting all this stuff with the real character's name and address on it. This was a very important detail."
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