October 20, 2004
• Twice as much sushi is consumed in the U.S. than in Japan.
• Early wood glue was made out of anchovy paste.
• The first home TV was 6 feet tall, 10 feet long, and 4 feet deep, but the screen was a mere 10 inches wide.
• The gravity at the event horizon of a black hole is great enough to compress the earth to the size of a peach pit.
• The smoke of burning stinging nettles can be fatal.