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  1. On September 11th, 2001 when the US Airspace was shutdown following the attacks, Canada took in 255 flights bound for the USA making this known as Operation Yellow Ribbon. There were over 30,000 people on all 200 flights. Many Canadians hosted the passengers at home for several days.

  2. If the history of the universe was condensed into a year, the Milky Way would form on May 15, life on earth would appear on September 21, and the dinosaurs would go extinct on December 30. Modern humans would evolve on December 31 at 11:52 PM and Columbus would discover America at 11:59:58 PM.

  3. On September 11th, 2001 when the US Airspace was shutdown following the attacks, Canada took in 255 flights bound for the USA making this known as Operation Yellow Ribbon. There were over 30,000 people on all 200 flights. Many Canadians hosted the passengers at home for several days.

  4. Elizabeth Stride (1843-1888) and Catherine Eddowes (1842-1888) were both murdered on September 30. Both women were drinkers, known to associate with criminals, and Stride had a past as a prostitute in Sweden. Stride was stabbed in the neck but not mutilated, while Eddowes had her throat cut with her uterus and part of her kidney removed. The women were killed in two different events.

  5. In September 1907 Hornby trademarked the sets as "Meccano" and on 30 May 1908 his company, Meccano Ltd, was formed.

  6. Moscow's climate includes long, cold winters and warm summers. Winter begins in November and ends in March with temperatures as low as -25°C. Summer begins in June and ends in September, with temperatures reaching 30°C+.

  7. Mating season takes place from July to September. Males collide with their heads at the speed of 30 miles per hour to establish dominance and get opportunity to mate.

  8. On September 30, 1983 the Chicago Blitz and Arizona Wranglers, of the now defunct USFL, traded entire rosters

  9. Pregnancy in females lasts 9 months and ends with one baby (calf). Baby is usually 30 inches long and weighs 22 pounds. Most babies are born from July to September.

  10. 28 of the 30 most watched television events in history are sporting events - 17 are Olympics, 7 are soccer World Cups, 2 are cricket World Cups and 2 are boxing matches. The only non-sporting events in the top 30 are the funeral of Princess Diana and coverage of the September 11th attacks

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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

The temperature within Tayrona National Park ranges from 25 degrees Celsius to 30 degrees Celsius. It is a temperate, hot climate and the rainy seasons are from September to November and May to June.

Guiding Light is an American TV soap opera, listed in Guinness World Records as the longest-running drama in American history. Broadcasted on CBS from June 30, 1952, until September 18, 2009, overlapping a 19-year broadcast on radio from 1937 to 1956 for a total of 18,262 episodes in 72 years.

On September 10, 2001, Patrick Critton was arrested for an airplane hijacking he carried out 30 years earlier -- he was found using a Google search.

The german Code of Criminal Procedure disallows standard house searchings of private premises during the night times which from 1 April to 30 September, the hours from 9pm to 4am and during the period from 1 October to 31 March, the hours from 9pm to 6am in the morning.

John Billington, one of the original pilgrims who sailed to the New World on theMayflower, became the first man executed in the English colonies. He is hanged for having shot another man during a quarrel. And was hanged September 30, 1630

On 30 September 2004, seven men living on Pitcairn Island ( representing a third of the male population of the island and including the mayor) went on trial facing 55 charges relating to sexual offences.