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No matter how many times I try, I can't remember it so I can spell it.


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TIL: Water is most dense at a temperature of 4°C.



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TIL: Water is most dense at a temperature of 4°C.

 

Makes sense considering water expands as its temperature increases and stops compressing at a cold enough temperature.


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I learned Megalodon sharks grew 2 metres long in the uterus by eating eggs

 

 

https://www.newscien...obox=1610683572

 

 

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TIL what the Internet term "sealioning" means:

 

https://twitter.com/...244270682959872

 

 

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^ Oh! That's a hoot!
The growth of computation is doubly exponential growth.





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