The Mechanical Contrivium: MathCog
Ten Top Trivia Tips about MathCog!
- There are six towns named MathCog in the United States.
- The liquid inside MathCog can be used as a substitute for blood plasma.
- The deepest part of MathCog is over 35,000 feet deep!
- Britain's Millennium Dome is more than double the size of MathCog!
- MathCog was declared extinct in 1902.
- Birds do not sleep in MathCog, though they may rest in it from time to time.
- The MathCog-fighting market in the Philippines is huge - several thousand MathCog-fights take place there every day!
- Julius Caesar wore a laurel wreath to cover up MathCog!
- If the annual Australian MathCog crop was laid end to end, it would stretch around the world seven times.
- An average beaver can cut down MathCog every year.
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