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Top 10 July 10 facts that will blow your mind.

  1. Julie D'Aubigny, the famous 17th century French opera singer who once took the holy vows to enter a convent so she could have sex with a nun. She also had a habit of seducing women at parties, which led to their husbands challenging her to a duel. An expert duelist, she killed 10 men this way

  2. Females reach sexual maturity at the age of 15 to 20 years. They lay 4 to 6 eggs from May to July. Eggs are shaped like ping-pong balls. Incubation period lasts 10 to 12 months. Only 2% of hatchlings reach adulthood.

  3. On July 16, 2186 there is predicted to be the longest solar eclipse during the current 10,000 year period, from 4000 BC to 6000 AC.

  4. The hottest day in recorded history occurred on July 10, 1913 in Death Valley, CA where the temperature reached 134.1 F

  5. Edmund Kemper was convicted of killing 10 people & necrophilia between 8/27/64 - 4/20/73. He's serving life in prison at the California Medical Facility where he was denied parole in July '07, July '12. He's up for parole again in July '17. To this day he's afraid of committing the same crimes.

  6. On July 10, 1980 Willie Jones was admitted to the hospital with heatstroke. His temperature was 115.7°F. That's the highest record of human fever survived.

  7. Julie D'Aubigny was a famous 17th century French opera singer who once entered a convent just so she could have sex with a nun. She also had a habit of seducing women at parties, which would lead their husbands to challenge her to a duel. She was an expert duelist and killed 10 men like this.

  8. General Arthur Currie, Commander of the Canadian Corps in WWI and one of the Western Front's top strategists, embezzled $10,000(~$250,000 today) to save himself from bankruptcy following a real estate market decline in British Columbia in July of 1914, 5 days before the war started, August 4th.

  9. The first TV commercial was shown on July 1, 1941 for Bulova Watches. It ran for 10 seconds at a cost of $9.

  10. According to the World Meteorological Organization, the highest temperature ever recorded was 54.0 °C (134.1 °F) on 10 July 1913 in Furnace Creek, California, United States. There have been other unconfirmed reports of high temperatures, 66.8 °C (152.2 °F) in the Flaming Mountains of China.

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The highest temperature ever recorded on Earth is 56.7°c in Death Valley, USA on July 10, 1913. A temperature of 58°c was recorded in Libya in 1922 but rejected after a study by the WMO in 2012.

10 year old American child actress, Judith Barsi who was abused by her father to the extent where she exhibited disturbing behavior, which included plucking out all her eyelashes and pulling out her cat's whiskers. On July 25, 1988, he shot her in the head while she was sleeping

From 10 July 1925, until his death in 1969, Meher Baba was silent. Meher Baba said that his silence was not undertaken as a spiritual exercise but solely in connection with his universal work. Baba's travels and teachings left a legacy of followers and devotees worldwide.

The traditional horoscope dates are wrong - over thousands of years the true dates have changed by about a month: Capr: Jan. 20, Aqu: Feb. 16, Pisc: March 11, Aries: Apr 18; Taur: May 13; Gem, June 21; Cancer: July 20; Leo, Aug. 10; Vir: Sept. 16; Lib, Oct. 30; Scor: Nov. 23; Sag: Dec. 17.

Neil Armstrong exited the Lunar Module at 10:56pm on July 20th, 1969 and took the first step on the moon.

"the first U.S. income tax was imposed in July 1861, at 3 percent of all incomes over $800 up to 10 percent for incomes over $100,000 to help pay for the war effort."

A study from 2010 finds fatal medication errors spiked by 10% in July at teaching hospitals, suggesting link with new residents

Death Valley National Park .... The highest air temperature ever recorded on Earth was 134 degrees Fahrenheit, (56.7C) at Death Valley National Park on July 10, 1913.

The steamer, Three Rivers, which burned July 4, 1924 while carrying 59 members of the Baltimore Evening Sun Newsboys Band, among others. Passengers and crew, including the teen band members, behaved in exemplary fashion, and though 10 lives were lost, a larger tragedy was averted.

The United States Marine Corps' famous birthday celebration was first observed in 1921. Before the modern birthday date of 10 November, the Marines observed 11 July (the date of the refounding of the Corps) without an official ceremony

Nearly 10% of SpaceX employees were laid off on one day in July 2014

Lyudmila Mikhailovna Pavlichenko; July 12, 1916 – October 10, 1974) was a Soviet sniper during World War II. Credited with 309 kills, she is regarded as the most successful female sniper in history

Redbull will pay you 10 dollars if you drank of one their energy drinks between Jan.1st 2007 and July 23rd 2019 in Canada due to a class action lawsuit being filed

The Hottest Recorded Temperature In US History Is 134°F In Death Valley On July 10, 1913

During the occupation of Japan, the Aoba castle site came under the control of the United States Army, which razed any remaining Edo period structures. Many National Treasures and all else in the castle were destroyed completely on July 10, 1945 by the United States during the Bombing of Sendai

Zheng Xiaoyu who was director of the State Food and Drug Administration of the People's Republic of China. He was sentenced to death on July 10, 2007 for corruption

Same sex marriage has been legal in Canada since July 20, 2005, about 10 years.

The thousands of Fourth of July fireworks celebrations across the nation bring a toxic brew of air pollution to our atmosphere, according to a recent study from federal scientists. On average, the air is at its worst from 9 pm to 10 pm on the holiday. But levels drop back down by noon on July 5.

On July 10, 1946 one dollar was worth 460,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Hungarian Pengo.

About the Stereobelt, a personal stereo audiocassette player invented a former television executive and book editor in the early 1970s. He fought for and eventually received over $10 million in royalties from Sony, which came out with a similar device called the Walkman on 1 July 1979.

In 2004 Gerry McIlroy, Father of World Number 1 golfer Rory McIlroy, placed a £200 bet that his son, then 15, would win the British Open within 10 years. On the 20th July 2014, Rory won the british open earning his father a £100,000 payout.

On this day, 47 years ago, Apollo 10 launched in pursuance of testing vital components and procedures that would pave the way for the moon landing by Apollo 11 in July, 1969.

General Arthur Currie, Commander of the Canadian Corps in WWI and one of the Western Front's top strategists, embezzled $10,000(~$250,000 today) to save himself from bankruptcy following a real estate market decline in British Columbia in July of 1914, a month before the war started August 4th.

The WTC's Windows on the World restaurant underwent a $1.5 million dollar renovation between July and September 2001. The renovations finished on Monday, September 10, 2001.

In S. Korea, taking pictures of women w/o their consent, even in public, is considered to be criminal sexual assault, punishable by a fine of under 10 mil won and up to 5 years in prison. In July an amendment was voted on in favor of chemical castration of people taking such pics