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A forum devoted to the FTP game Midnight Castle. All formats and platforms. Find Friends, learn tips and tricks, read strategy guides, ask for help or just kick back in Fletcher's Tea Room and dodge the odd explosion.

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The X-Factor tv show has over 51 versions around the world

Location of different franchises of The X Factor

  Own version
  Joint version
   Regional version

Calling it a night.................

PTG (anotherPTG)

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The Y-factor method is a widely used technique for measuring the gain and noise temperature of an amplifier. It is based on the Johnson–Nyquist noise of a resistor at two different, known temperatures. Consider a microwave amplifier with a 50-ohm impedance with a 50-ohm resistor connected to the amplifier input.

Fun fact?!

Y Factor - Wisdom Rides of America - Manufacturer of Amusement Rides for  Parks, Carnivals, and Entertainment Centers

Well I guess I have time for 1 more................

Zodiac signs were first used for farming (The zodiac system began as an agricultural calendar. Ancient farmers used the positions of the constellations in the sky to determine the right time to sow and harvest. Evidence suggests that this practice dates back thousands of years in the civilisations along the Nile and Euphrates Rivers. For example, farmers checked the moon’s location relative to the constellation. If the moon was in the constellation of any of the Water Signs (Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces), they would plant leafy annuals, shrubs and trees. If the moon was in the Earth Signs (Virgo, Capricorn and Taurus), they would plant underground crops)

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PTG (anotherPTG)

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Altitude disrupts sleep. Due to lower amounts of oxygen at altitudes of 13,200 feet or higher, it’s much harder to get your snooze on. Be careful next time you’re visiting the Rocky Mountains

Top Tips For Sleeping On The Mountain | Simply Hike UK


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Round 3 ...

Bananas grow upside-down. Or technically, we peel them upside-down. Naturally, they grow outward from their stems, but that means their bottoms actually face the sky. As they get bigger, the fruits turn toward the sun, forming that distinctive curve.

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PTG (anotherPTG)

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Cats are afraid of cucumbers

There are a few theories, but no definitive answer. Most experts agree that it isn’t necessarily the cucumber itself that scares cats. One of the most popular explanations is that cucumbers remind cats of snakes. “Cats are genetically hard-wired through instinct to avoid snakes,”

Funny cats scared of cucumbers | cat vs cucumber compilation | Funny Cat Compilation

Funny cats scared of cucumbers | cat vs cucumber compilation | Funny Cat CompilationCats are simply the funniest and most hilarious pets, they make us laugh ...

Daniel Radcliffe was allergic to his Harry Potter glasses 

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PTG (anotherPTG)

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Easter Island Heads have bodies.

The iconic stone heads protruding from the ground on Easter Island are familiar to most, but many don't realize what lies beneath the surface. In the '10s, archaeologists studying the hundreds of stone statues on the Pacific Island excavated two of the figures, revealing full torsos, which measure as high as 33 feet.

Easter Island statues

Flamingos are only pink because of the food they eat (young flamingos flaunt grey/white color feathers and only develop their pinkish hue after delving into a diet of brine shrimp and blue-green algae – food that would likely kill other animals. “Flamingos tend to live in inhospitable, relatively remote wetlands – lakes so alkaline in pH it could burn human flesh off the bones)

PTG (anotherPTG)

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Glitter was first made on a ranch

A cattle rancher in New Jersey is credited for inventing glitter, and it was by accident. Henry Ruschmann from Bernardsville, New Jersey was a machinist who crushed plastic while trying to find a way to dispose of it and thus made glitter in 1934