In the eighteenth century, the French Comte d'Artois owned a set of diamond buttons, each of which had a miniature clock encased inside it.
The Statue of Liberty measures 35 feet in diameter at the waist. The robe forms the outer shell of the statue, and there is no "torso" underneath.
The Pringles saddle shape chip surface was modeled after, and can be described mathematically by, a hyperbolic paraboloid, which is a form of quadric. This shape is distinctive in that it is curved at all points along its surface; there are no ...
According to Gambler's Digest, more cheating takes place in private, friendly gambling games than in all other gambling games combined.
During Australia’s gold rush in 1850, only a few miners ever became rich. Instead, merchants and shopkeepers were the ones who really got rich.