Fact of the Day

Napoleon was terrified of cats.          

Fact of the Day

You are more likely to be killed by an asteroid than by lightning.

 

Happy Friday the 13th!

[X] is for Signature

I couldn’t think of a suitable word starting with X. And I became even more desperate after consulting my dictionary.

~ xerox ~ Xmas ~ x-ray ~ xylograph ~ xylophone ~

Instead of opening a bigger dictionary, I have started to think how and where are we using X. X marks a treasure on a map. We used X to sign documents in the dark ages of illiteracy. Now, in the age of text-language,  X stands for kiss and is often used as a substitute or abbreviation (as in the dictionary entry Xmas). And we are still happily making decisions by penning x inside neat boxes on ballot papers. In mathematics it represents the unknown value, although the Romans may argue that in fact the value is ten. It features in extremes and extras and its triple form advertises adult themes. It even has a chromosome and rays named after it. X is something special.

X in the A to Z challenge.

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[M] is for Mathematics

{[(Orange + Violet) x (Mercedonus + Magpies for a wedding)] – Ladies dancing} x (Mercedonus – Ladies dancing) = Gates of Valhalla

[(Ladies dancing x Dowgate) – Ladies dancing] x Calling birds = Gates of Valhalla

(Vibilia – Ladies dancing) x Calling birds = Gates of Valhalla

CXXXV x Calling birds = Gates of Valhalla

Gates of Valhalla = Gates of Valhalla

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{[(2+7) x (13+3)] – 9} x (13-9) = 540

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2 | Orange = second colour of the visible spectrum

3 | Three Magpies for a wedding

4 | Four calling birds (Twelve days of Christmas)

7 | Violet = seventh colour of the visible spectrum

9 | Nine Ladies dancing (Twelve days of Christmas)

13 | 13th Roman month = Mercedonus

16 | Dowgate, Alphabetically the 16th Ward of The City of London

135 | CXXXV (in Roman numerals)

144 | 144 Vibilia – asteroid

540 | 540 Gates of Valhalla

Numbers are fun.

M in the A to Z challenge.

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Fact of the Day

It snows metal on the planet Venus.

Birthday vs Valentine Day

In every present that you receive

Love and care for you is wrapped

On this day and those that follow

Very luck let be your guide,

Every step a happy one.

 

You are older and perhaps changed

Only to me you will remain the same,

Unforgettable friend

 

Weekly Writing Challenge

Fact of the Day

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Elephant is the only animal that cannot jump.

Fact of the Day

Mondays the 27th are statistically more unlucky than Fridays the 13th.

One fact I didn’t need to know about.

Fact of the day

Snail can sleep for three years.

Sweet Little Bit of Math

111 111 111 x 111 111 111 = 12 345 678 987 654 321

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