First Happen Facts
Here is a great information about first happen things. Latest and old invention. Famous
inventions and amazing facts.
Persians first began using colored eggs to celebrate spring in 3,000 B.C. 13th century
Macedonians were the first Christians on record to use colored eggs in Easter
Crusaders returning from the Middle East spread the custom
of coloring eggs, and Europeans began to use them to celebrate Easter and other warm
An American cow called Fawn was not afraid of flying. In May 1963, she was swept up by a
tornado and carried half a mile, only to land safely in another farmer's field. Five years
later, another tornado carried her over a bus. She survived this too, and lived to the
ripe old age of 25.
The greatest snow fall ever in a single storm was 189 inches at the Mount Shasta Ski Bowl
in February, 1959.
The 1st feature-length animated film, released by Disney Studios in 1937, was "Snow
White and the Seven Dwarfs."
The town of Tidikelt in the Share Desert once went ten years without rainfall.
The record for the biggest one day rainfall was set on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean,
on March 15, 1952, where 74 inches of rain fell in 24 hours.
The word "earthling" was first found in print in 1593.
The first man-made object to circle the earth was Sputnik I, launched in 1957.
The coldest outdoor temperature ever recorded on earth was 127 below zero in Antarctica on
August 24, 1960.
Even when all the molecules in a single breath of air have been dispersed evenly in the
earth's atmosphere, there will still be one or two of the same ones taken into the lungs
with every subsequent breath. Every time you breathe in, you inhale one or two of the same
molecules that you inhaled with the first breath you took as a baby.
An earthquake on Dec. 16, 1811 sent the Mississippi River backwards.
The only two days of the year in which there are no professional sports games (MLB, NBA,
NHL, or NFL) are the day before and the day after the Major League all-stars Game.
The first footprints at Grummans Chinese Theater (now Mann's Chinese Theater), were
made by Norma Tallmadge in 1927. Legend has it that she accidentally stepped in wet
concrete outside the building. Since then, over 180 stars have been immortalized, along
with their hands and feet and even noses (Jimmy Durant).
The Beatles were depicted in wax at Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum in London, in 1964, the
first pop album stars to be honored.
The crew of Apollo 11 who put the first man on the moon have the same initials as the
first men on earth. Armstrong: Adam Aldine : Abel Collins : Cain