THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

5 Questions: Isn't That "Special"?

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Wilt Chamberlain was the only NBA center to lead the league in assists.

Wilt Chamberlain was the only NBA center to lead the league in assists.

The Rose Bowl was originally known as the Battle of the Flowers.

The Rose Bowl was originally known as the Battle of the Flowers.

5 Questions: Not One Whit

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The infinity sign is properly known as a "lemniscate."

The infinity sign is properly known as a "lemniscate."

If you combine the electoral college results of the '80 and '84 elections, Reagan won 1014-62.

If you combine the electoral college results of the '80 and '84 elections, Reagan won 1014-62.

A ten-gallon hat actually holds a little less than one gallon of water.

A ten-gallon hat actually holds a little less than one gallon of water.

Morning Cup of Links: The Colors of Holi

Miss Cellania

In addition to his work in atomic theory and physics, Albert Einstein helped patent several refrigerator designs, though none of them proved successful.

In addition to his work in atomic theory and physics, Albert Einstein helped patent several refrigerator designs, though none of them proved successful.

Brain Game: Footwear

Sandy Wood

Big Cities, Little Names: A Census Quiz

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Of the 150 most populous cities in the United States, 11 have names that are only four or five letters long. How many can you name in five minutes?

(You just need to enter the city name. Data was taken from the Census Bureau's 2011 Statistical Abstract. Want some hints? Click here.)

Super Nintendo Quiz

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We’ve tested your knowledge of all things related to the original Nintendo Entertainment System before, but how well do you know its popular successor, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System? Let's find out.

The medical term stroke comes from the 16<sup>th</sup> century, when a person suffering a cerebral hemorrhage was thought to have been hit by "the stroke of God's hand."

The medical term stroke comes from the 16th century, when a person suffering a cerebral hemorrhage was thought to have been hit by "the stroke of God's hand."

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