August 31, 2005
To our loyal readers:
Please excuse the delays, the Gullible.info senior researchers and most of the research team are currently attending the World Knowledge Summit in San Francisco, California. We apologize for any inconvenience. In the meantime, please visit our archives!
[San Francisco residents- look for the Gullible.info booth in the Internet Information Dissemination section, in the northeast quadrant of the convention center.]
• When asked to name a month beginning with J, only six in every 100 respondents name January.
• Postage to the United States is most expensive from the 11th arrondissement of Paris.
• Through the use of long-range, high-speed photography, it has been discovered that electrified C4 plastic explosive turns a bright pink fractions of a second before detonating.
• Only 16 world cities utilize a grid layout (for example, the midtown and uptown sections of Manhattan, and the boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens in the City of New York). Most use a roman system with streets radiating from central squares.
• At 16 kilometers in length, the polyester molecule "Lock of Aphrodite" (named by its creators, a Greek textile company) is the longest contiguous molecule in the world.