Discussion in 'General Precious Metals Discussion' started by renovator, Mar 22, 2013.
Many internet facts are interesting, trivial and not facts.
I'll brush my teeth to that!
The Sumerians left records of "gods" and "giants" with six fingers and six toes ...
Below Nimrod with 6 finger hands
Sorry, not base 6 but, base 60 (sexagesimal).
the world is a donut doh
Just reworking the figures.
900 x 1000kg = 900000 kg.
There are (about) 25 million Australians.
Therefore, 25 000 000/900000 = 27kg of toothbrushes per Australian per year
Therefore 900,000/25000000 = .036 kg per Australian = 360 grams
Average toothbrush weighs around 20grams *guess*.
That means the average Aussie disposes of 1350 toothbrushes per year
Or 3.7 toothbrushes per day
That means that the average Australian disposes of 18 toothbrushes per year or 1.5 toothbrushes per month.
Lol. Looks like I had a bit too much to think that night!
Where 1kg = 1000g
.036kg is 36g
About 2 toothbrushes.
Which amazingly is about right! (I hope!)
Marsupials are usually left pawed, especially kangaroos. Female dogs and cats tend to be right pawed, but males tend to favour the left.
(fair to say my maths has gone to the dogs)
We have a female dog that (seemingly exclusively) turns left, at least when on the beach. She has one white paw, which is also on the left. No doubt that is the explanation.
You can see which paw is favoured by observing the lead paw. A dog will always lead with one paw or the other, or favour a paw to retrieve an object.
Left pawed dogs are harder to teach commands (sit, heel, etc). This appears to be related to independence, rather than inability to "learn". They are also less controllable and tend to be more aggressive
I suspect most silverstackers are left pawed.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her partner Clarke Gayford are engaged.
and the villagers rejoiced.
Because there's enough bastards in the village already.
I see new Boston valves come with leaks already in them. Saves having to wait 5 - 6 for them to start leaking.
I have an ageing Red Heeler that blows every rule out of the water. He's nobodies dog. If he allows, you can become his person.
You can train him to do something, but he'll do it when he's ready.
He's smarter than most people I meet.
Old yet still has the lure of the Kavorka.
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