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Top 10 September 14 facts that will blow your mind.

  1. The United States has been in a state of national emergency ever since September 14, 2001

  2. On 14 September 1914, the last Passenger pigeon died in a cage at the Cincinnati Zoo. It is the only species for which we know the exact date of extinction

  3. Chiapas became the nineteenth Mexican state on September 14, 1824.

  4. On September 14, 2012 his experimental work in millimeter-band radio was given the IEEE Milestone Electrical and Computer Engineering honor.

  5. Females lay eggs once every two or three years. Size of the clutch varies from 5 to 27 eggs. Most females produce 14 eggs per season. Females lay eggs in the rotting vegetation, forest debris or hollow logs during the summer. 12 inches long snakes emerge from eggs during September. Young snakes look like miniature version of adults. They need to fend for themselves from the moment of birth.

  6. Using Fluid Dynamics to study the question, "Can a Cat Be Both a Solid and a Liquid?" won Marc-Antoine Fardin the Ig Nobel Physics Prize on September 14, 2017.

  7. The day after September 2, 1752 was September 14, 1752 due the implementing of the Gregorian Calendar which was more accurate and accounted for Leap Year. We use this calendar today.

  8. 2 Van Gogh paintings that were stolen 14 years ago from the Van Gogh Museum with a combined cost of $100 million were incidentally recovered on September 30 by authorities investigating a drug-trafficking clan near Pompeii

  9. The heaviest single issue of a newspaper was the 14 September 1987 edition of the Sunday New York Times, which weighed more than 5.4kg (12lb) and contained 1,612 individual pages.

  10. On September 15, 2013, Vanilla Ice performed at the halftime show of a Houston Texans game. Houston went on to lose the remaining 14 games of the season, leading some to blame Vanilla Ice for the losing streak

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On 14 September 1991, when a deranged man attacked the statue David by Michelangelo with a hammer, damaging the toes of the left foot, scientists collected samples and determined that the marble used was obtained from the Fantiscritti quarries in Miseglia.

The United States has officially been in a state of emergency ever since September 14, 2001

On September 28 1994 M/S Estonia sunk in the Baltic Sea, killing 86% (852) of those on board. The ship had been transporting military equipment from Estonia to Sweden 8 and 14 days before the incident.

In 1969, 366 capsules, each representing one day of the year, were drawn to determine the order in which men would be called to draft in Vietnam. The first drawn were those born September 14, the last, June 8. 195 of the possible birth dates ended up being called to war.

While being on tour in England on September 14, 1968, Roy Orbison's family home in Hendersonville burned down. Two of his three sons passed away in the tragic incident.

In 1752 the British government instituted a calendar reform which required that September 2 of that year be dated September 14, with the result that many people imagined that eleven days had been taken off their lives, and rushed to Westminster screaming, "Give us back our eleven days!"

The Soviet Union's Lunokhod 1 rover, which was the first remote-controlled robot to freely move across the surface of an astronomical object, went missing after its final mission on September 14, 1971 until March 17, 2010, due to failure to detect a return signal since 1971.

Awesome video verse of the day September 14, 2017 - Romans 4:7

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When the British switched over the the Julian Calendar to the Gregoria’s Calendar in 1752, 11 days- from September 2 to September 14- never occurred.

In 1976, Larry Mullen Jr., then a 14-year-old student posted a note on the school's notice board in search of musicians for a new band. Six people responded and met at Mullen's house on 25 September. The band ended up being U2.

Wednesday, September 2, 1752 was followed by Thursday, September 14, 1752 when England and the American colonies adopted the Gregorian calendar.

The Battle of Monticelli, which occurred between September 14 - 18, 1944 in Northern Italy. F Company of the 363rd Infantry Regiment suffered a 37% casualty rate, in comparison Omaha beach had a casualty rate of 41%

The United States has been in a non-stop state of national emergency since September 14, 2001.

Elon Musk recently pulled his kids out of school and started his own elementary school for them to go to. The school currently has 14 pupils and Musk plans to expand this to 20 by September this year

Video for Space Lord by Monster Magnet is the first video ever aired on MTV's Total Request Live on September 14, 1998

From 1935 to 1941, East Malaysia (lat 1.55°N in Kuching) used a +20min DST offset between September 14 and December 14

Theodore Roosevelt never served as President during the 19th Century as he was elected in September 14, 1901, and served until March 4th 1909. I always pictured him as a late 19th Century savant with the Rough Riders and his fascination with the untamed wilds of America.

September 16th is the most common birthday for Americans between the ages of 14 and 40.

When Britain adopted the Gregorian calendar in 1752, the Gregorian and Julian calendars were 11 days apart, so all citizens of the British Empire went to bed on Wednesday, September 2, and woke up on Thursday, September 14.

The next South Park season will start on September 14.