Where is the foggiest place on earth?

Where is the foggiest place on earth?

The foggiest place in the world is the Grand Banks off the island of Newfoundland, the meeting place of the cold Labrador Current from the north and the much warmer Gulf Stream from the south.

What does the medical symbol stand for?

Hermes was the god of commerce, so this symbol has been used incorrectly to identify the medical profession. The correct symbol is the Rod of Asclepius, the god of healing and medicine. The Rod of Asclepius has a staff and one serpent.

Which US president had 15 children?

John Tyler was the most prolific of all American President: he had 15 children and two wives.

What Disney movies show two parents throughout the film?

101 Dalmatians, Peter Pan, Lady and the Tramp, and Mulan are the only Disney cartoons where both parents are present and don’t die throughout the movie. 

What does it mean to have diplomatic immunity?

Diplomatic immunity is a special law that covers people who work in embassies or consulates. The people are called diplomats. The diplomatic immunity means that although they live and work as a visitor inside a “host country”, they are not ruled by the law of that country.

Who invented the chicken sandwich?

The chicken sandwich: In 1946, Atlanta restaurant owner Truett Cathy created an alternative to the hamburger when he placed a piece of boneless grilled chicken inside a bun and dubbed it the “Chick-fil-A.” Now more than 70 years and 1,500 restaurants later, Chick-fil-A’s slogan is, “We didn’t invent the chicken.

Is olive oil flammable?

Extra-virgin olive oil ought to be flammable enough to keep an oil lamp burning. It will also burn without producing any noticeable smoke. So, if your olive oil will not keep a wick lit (or if it can, but produces a lot of smoke), you can trust that it is fake olive oil. However, other oils can keep a wick lit, too.

Why is it called a manila envelope?

The Manila hemp is derived from a species of banana originally from the Philippines, whose fibers are tough. The hemp is then used during the paper making process, similar to how Kraft paper uses wood pulp. So the mystery is solved, the manila envelope gets its name from the hemp in which it is made from.