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Following is our collection of super amazing and curious facts and details explaining September 7. This list is intended for research in school, for college students or just to feed your brain with. Possible use cases are in quizzes, differences, homework facts legend, cover facts, and many more. But nevertheless learn why is September 7 so important!

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Top 10 September 7 facts that will blow your mind.

  1. On the night of September 10th, 2001, an artist by the name Monika Bravo filmed 7 hours of footage of a thunderstorm from the 91st floor of the WTC North Tower. She took the raw footage home with her that night. The next morning, both towers collapsed. The video she edited is found here:

  2. From 7 September 1978 to 9 May 1989 skateboards were illegal in Norway. For 11 years Norway was the only country in the world where it was forbidden to buy, sell or stand on a skateboard.

  3. In September of 2016, 180 million workers in India staged a strike. It was the largest strike in world history, and went virtually uncovered by mainstream news, as they were instead reporting on the iPhone 7 release.

  4. Six hundred Paris taxi cabs were commandeered by the French army to ferry troops to the front on September 7. It was one the first major mobilizations of motorized vehicles for military transport.

  5. Prairie skink hibernates 7 months per year (from September to April) in the underground burrows. It obtains all the energy it needs from the fat reserves stored in the body.

  6. The 27th Amendment was submitted to the United States for ratification on September 25, 1789. It was adopted May 7, 1992, meaning it took 202 years, 7 months, and 12 days to become an Amendment.

  7. Bessie Smith and Richard Morgan were in a car accident on September 26, 1937. She died as a result of her injuries. Over 7,000 mourners attended her funeral.

  8. There is a short but intense summer plankton bloom. This results in about 5 million tonnes of plankton being produced in August and September. Annually the total is 7 million tonnes.

  9. On September 10, 2001, a filmmaker living in the World Trade Center filmed 7 hours of continuous footage of NYC from the window; the short film is called "Uno Nunca Muere La Vispera"

  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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On 7 September 1940 the Blitz began with London bombed 57 nights in a row. Over the next eight months the capital was attacked more than 70 times.

The Ethiopian calendar is 7-8 years behind the Gregorian calendar, meaning that the current year in that calendar is 2009. It has a thirteenth month, consisting of five days, or six in leap years. Also, the first day of the year is on September 11, or on September 12 in leap years.

According to the Ethiopian calendar Today's date is March 7, 2007 (7/7/7). The Ethiopian calender is roughly 7 years behind the Gregorian Calender and they celebrate new year on September 11.

Initially, the men of the 54th Massachusetts were only paid $7 a month while white soldiers were paid $13 a month. After protests by the white officers, Congress agreed to pay the men the same as white soldiers in September 1864.

The Ethiopian calendar is 7-to-8 years out from the common Gregorian calendar, and so tomorrow (September 11) is the beginning of 2008 in Ethiopia

During the first battle on September 19th, 1777 the British force was 7,200 strong and the American force was 9,000 strong.

The Battles of Saratoga (September 19 and October 7, 1777) marked the climax of the Saratoga campaign, giving a decisive victory to the Americans over the British in the American Revolutionary War.

The Tailhook Scandal in which 83 women and 7 men were sexually assaulted by US Navy and US Marine officers during the Tailhook Association Symposium in Las Vegas, Nevada in September of 1991.