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    Quote Originally Posted by .Sean. View Post
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    Hampden used the same pair of goalposts from 1903 all the way up to 1987
    Longer record than Wembley managed


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    Quote Originally Posted by .Sean. View Post
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    Hampden used the same pair of goalposts from 1903 all the way up to 1987
    Didn't they only get changed as they were square? Round ones were installed as the laws changed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kato View Post
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    Didn't they only get changed as they were square? Round ones were installed as the laws changed?

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    Square goalposts were much better, not the best if you smashed into one mind you ☹️
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    There is more ways to arrange a deck of cards than there is atoms on earth.
    If you shuffle a deck of cards, the chances are it's the only time that combination of cards are in that order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibee87 View Post
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    There is more ways to arrange a deck of cards than there is atoms on earth.
    If you shuffle a deck of cards, the chances are it's the only time that combination of cards are in that order.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibee87 View Post
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    There is more ways to arrange a deck of cards than there is atoms on earth.
    If you shuffle a deck of cards, the chances are it's the only time that combination of cards are in that order.
    Just googled that - Apparently 8 followed by 67 zeros …ways to sort a deck of cards ..incredible number that

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigwheel View Post
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    Just googled that - Apparently 8 followed by 67 zeros …ways to sort a deck of cards ..incredible number that
    A ridiculously large number. But if you times it by zero you also get the number of trophies Craig levein has won in his playing and managerial career

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stairway 2 7 View Post
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    A ridiculously large number. But if you times it by zero you also get the number of trophies Craig levein has won in his playing and managerial career
    I just fact checked that one and its true.

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    I really enjoy my history, and found a new channel on Youtube called Epic History TV.

    Currently working through a Napoleonic Wars series, and the numbers are just horrendous.

    One battle: 13,000 dead on the French side, 5,000 on the Allied side.

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    Koalas have pretty much identical fingerprints to humans and even under microscope they are indistinguishable from human prints.

    So if you want to commit a burglary, get a koala as your accomplice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jones28 View Post
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    I really enjoy my history, and found a new channel on Youtube called Epic History TV.

    Currently working through a Napoleonic Wars series, and the numbers are just horrendous.

    One battle: 13,000 dead on the French side, 5,000 on the Allied side.

    The Seige of Seville was 2.5 years long.
    Sounds great. Subscribed.

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    All polar bears are Irish!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    All polar bears are Irish!

    Please explain (and I so want this to be true)

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    Please explain (and I so want this to be true)
    It's a long way from the Arctic to Tipperary, but scientists have discovered polar bears can trace their family tree to Ireland. Genetic evidence shows they are descended from Irish brown bears that lived during the last ice age.
    Modern polar bears share a distinct DNA sequence, passed down the female line, with their now extinct brown ancestors. However, the same DNA fingerprint is absent from other species of brown bear alive today.
    It is thought the link arose from interbreeding between prehistoric polar bears and female brown bears when their paths crossed as the Irish climate cooled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bridge hibs View Post
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    It's a long way from the Arctic to Tipperary, but scientists have discovered polar bears can trace their family tree to Ireland. Genetic evidence shows they are descended from Irish brown bears that lived during the last ice age.
    Modern polar bears share a distinct DNA sequence, passed down the female line, with their now extinct brown ancestors. However, the same DNA fingerprint is absent from other species of brown bear alive today.
    It is thought the link arose from interbreeding between prehistoric polar bears and female brown bears when their paths crossed as the Irish climate cooled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bridge hibs View Post
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    It's a long way from the Arctic to Tipperary, but scientists have discovered polar bears can trace their family tree to Ireland. Genetic evidence shows they are descended from Irish brown bears that lived during the last ice age.
    Modern polar bears share a distinct DNA sequence, passed down the female line, with their now extinct brown ancestors. However, the same DNA fingerprint is absent from other species of brown bear alive today.
    It is thought the link arose from interbreeding between prehistoric polar bears and female brown bears when their paths crossed as the Irish climate cooled.
    Conrad Logan supports this fact!

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    Hampden Stadium is named after an Englishman.

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