What was something interesting that happened to Zeus?
He had sex with other woman while in animal form.
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people there are fat sometimes You can ask people is it Idaho or Udaho and when they go Idaho? You can laugh at them because they called themselves a ho! Sorry, I know it's not helpful :/
Zeus was a supreme ruler of Mount Olympus and the Pathenon of gods.. In Greek mythology Kronos the Titan had 5 children - Poseidon, Hades, Hestia, Hera and Demeter and , because he was told one of his children would kill him, swallowed each of them. When his sixth child Zeus was born, Kronos' wife,… Rhea, wrapped a stone in cloth and he swallowed that instead, thinking it was Zeus. Zeus then forced Kronos to regurgitate his five brothers and sisters.. ( Full Answer )
1. It is said that on Christopher Columbus' last voyage to America he exclaimed: 'Thank God, we are safely out of these depths!' when he came across the offshore islands of Honduras. In Spanish Honduras means depths, giving the country it's name, or so the story goes. 2. Honduras is the second la…rgest country in central America. 3. Hurricane Mitch, which hit Honduras in 1998, caused more than 2 billion dollars worth of damage. 4. Honduras is 80% mountainous. 5. Honduras has a total population of 7.3 million and with more than 1 million unemployed, Honduras is one of the poorest countries in America. 6. The Honduras independence day is on the 15 th September and is the only national holiday. 7. On 10 th September, children are celebrated and receive gifts. This special day is called 'the day of Honduran child'. ( Full Answer )
Interesting facts about Australia include: . Australia is made up of five mainland states and one island state, and two mainland territories. There are also seven offshore (external) territories. . Christmas in Australia is held in mid-summer, as that is the season when December 25 falls. Christ…mas can be celebrated on the beach or around the backyard pool, and does not need to involve a full roast dinner. . Australia is where the world's only egg-laying mammals (echidnas and platypuses) are found. They are known as monotremes. . It is home to the world's two largest monoliths, Mt Augustus and Uluru/Ayers Rock. . Outback and desert biomes occupy around 70% of the entire continent. . The Australian accent has been scientifically proven to be the most difficult to accurately mimic. . Most marsupials of the world are found in Australia. A well-known marsupial is the kangaroo, and here are over 60 different species of kangaroo in Australia. . Australia is the only place where dasyurids , or carnivorous marsupials, are found. These animals include the quoll, Tasmanian devil, kowari, ningaui, antechinus, planigale and phascogale (among others). . Towards the end of 2009, Australia's population reached a milestone of 22 million. This population is one of the smallest, given that Australia's land mass is sixth largest in area. . Covering a total of 7 692 024 sq km, Australia is the smallest continent. . Australia was the second last country of the British Empire to be discovered (New Zealand was the last). . Australia's national capital is Canberra , which comes from an aboriginal word meaning "meeting place". . Australia was founded by convicts. . It has very few native placental mammals apart from bats (strictly speaking, dingoes are not native) and marine mammals. . There is almost no noticeable seismic activity on the mainland continent. . Vegemite, a salty yeast spread high in vitamin B, is a popular food . Like New Zealand, there are more sheep than people in Australia. . Pancakes may be served for dinner as well as for breakfast . Australia is home to the Great Barrier Reef which is amazing to snorkel or scuba dive in, not to mention for its abundance of tropical fish and marine life. . Australia is the scene of some of the world's most incredible engineering feats, such as the Overland Telegraph Line and the Snowy River Hydroelectric Scheme. . Australia has no current volcanic activity. . Australia is the largest producer of wool in the world. . Australia is the driest continent in the world, apart from Antarctica, where precipitation is actually lower than that of Australia. . Australia does not have rabies. . Australia has the largest bauxite reserves in the world. . 95% of the world's opals are mined in Australia. The world's largest opal, weighing 5.27 kilograms, was found here in 1990. . Australia is the world's largest supplier of wool, producing 42% of the world's wool. . Queensland's Great Barrier Reef is home to the world's largest oyster, weighing up to 3 kilograms. . The world's longest earthworm, stretching up to 4 metres, is found in Gippsland in Victoria. . The heaviest crab, weighing up to 14 kilograms, is found in Bass Strait near Tasmania. . Australia's tallest mountain is Mt Kosciuszko, which is 2,228 metres above sea level. ( Full Answer )
According to popular legend, tea was discovered by the Chinese emperor Shennong in 2737 B.C. when a tea leaf fell into his boiling water. The Chinese consider tea to be a necessity of life. i
One interesting thing that happened in Florida long ago was that the Spanish explorer, Ponce de Leon, went there in search of the mythical fountain of youth, in order to become young again. Perhaps the most interesting thing about this is that people will take totally unfounded rumors seriously enou…gh to make very difficult and lengthy trips (and this was before there were any roads in Florida, or any easy way to travel there). ( Full Answer )
Nobody is really sure what happened to the statue, some say it was carried off to Constantinople, where it was destroyed in a fire in 475AD. Others say it was destroyed when the temple in which it sat was destroyed in 425AD.
that it has so many ring we have no idea on how many there are. that it has Lot of moons. it is the second largest in the solar system.
On January 1, 2002, Taiwan officially joins the World TradeOrganization, as Chinese Taipei. U.S. invasion of Afghanistan:Operation Anaconda began on March 2, 2002. Switzerland,traditionally a neutral country, joins the United Nations onSeptember 10, 2002.
Here are some facts *Animals and plants require oxygen for respiration. *Oxygen gas is colorless, odorless, and tasteless. *Liquid and solid oxygen are pale blue. *Oxygen is a non-metal. *Oxygen gas normally is the divalent molecule O2. Ozone, O3, is another form of pure oxygen. *…Oxygen supports combustion. *Oxygen is paramagnetic. *Approximately 2/3 of the mass of the human body is oxygen. *Excited oxygen is responsible for the bright red and yellow-green colors of the aurora. *Oxygen was the atomic weight standard for the other elements until 1961 when it was replaced by carbon 12. ( Full Answer )
Classification Using the classification based on size, Saturn is one of the giant planets. These planets are also known as the the gas giants. The other three giants planets are Jupiter , Uranus and Neptune . These gas giants all have diameters greater than 48000 kilometers. The other planet…s, Mercury, Venus , Earth Mars and Pluto are called the small planets. The small planets all have diameters less than 13000 kilometers. Where is It? Saturn is the sixth planet in the solar system, located between Jupiter and Uranus . Saturn is much further away from the Sun than the Earth is. Its average distance from the Sun is 1427 million kilometers., compared to Earth's which is 150 million kilometers. Saturn's orbit, the path it follows around the Sun, is nearly a circle. The closest the as planet comes to the Sun is around 1300 million kilometers., while the furthest away it gets is around 1500 million kilometers. How Did It Get Its Name? Saturn was named after the Roman god of agriculture. In Roman mythology Saturn was the father of Jupiter. Saturn is also the origin, of the word "Saturday". How long are its years and days? Since Saturn is so far away from the Sun, it takes a very long time for it to go around the Sun once. One year on Saturn, the amount of time it takes for this trip, is 29.5 Earth years. A day on Saturn, though, is much shorter than one Earth day. The giant planet spins around, or rotates, once every ten and one-half hours. How Big Is It? Saturn is the second-largest planet in the solar system. Jupiter is the only planet that is bigger. The gas giant is 120000 kilometers. in diameter, almost ten times the size of Earth . Can It Be Seen From Earth? Saturn can be seen without a telescope. Saturn is easy to pick out in the sky because it is one of the brightest lights in the sky. Also, the planet has a very faint greenish color that makes it stand out from the rest of the things in the sky. What Is It Made Of? Saturn is a lot like Jupiter , in that it is a gas planet, made of mostly of hydrogen and helium. Saturn is a lot lighter, or less dense, than Jupiter. The combination of its light weight and speedy rotation causes Saturn to spread out, or oblate, at its center. Jupiter spreads out at its center, too, like the rest of the gas planets, but not nearly as much as Saturn. What Is It Like on The Surface? Since Saturn is a gas planet, it does not have a solid surface like Earth does. Landing a spacecraft on Saturn would be like trying to land an airplane on a cloud. The clouds that are seen when Saturn is viewed through a telescope are just the top of a very deep layer that covers a center of liquid hydrogen. The clouds on Saturn are blown by constant winds that can blow at speeds up to 1600 kilometers. per hour at the equator, or center, of the planet. Saturn does have different colored spots, or features, in its clouds, but nothing that is as spectacular as the Great Red Spot on Jupiter . How Many Moons Does It Have? Saturn has at least eighteen moons, more than any other planet in our solar system. The Voyager missions took pictures of what might be at least six more moons. The Cassini mission will verify this. The many moons of Saturn play an important part in keeping the shape of Saturn's spectacular rings. One of Saturn's most interesting moons is Titan, which has a very thick atmosphere, or blanket of air, surrounding it. The atmosphere on Titan contains a lot of nitrogen. Scientists believe that Titan may have liquid water on its surface. The Cassini space mission will land a probe, or special landing craft, on Titan to try to answer these and other questions. Does it have any special features? . The Rings The beautiful rings that are Saturn's most famous feature are absolutely huge. The rings are about 260000 kilometers. in diameter. That is two-thirds of the distance from Earth to the Moon. The rings are very, very thin when compared to their width. They average less than 15 meters thick. This explains why the rings seem to disappear when Saturn is viewed from the edge. There are several gaps in the rings and even the parts that appear to be solid are not solid at all, but are made up of billions of snowballs, ranging from the size of a cricket ball to bigger than a house. The gaps in Saturn's rings are caused by the many moons that circle the giant planet. The moons keep the rings lined up. One of the bands in Saturn's rings is braided, much like a pigtail. . Saturn's weight is another feature. In spite of its huge size Saturn is weighs very little. It is a very light gas planet. Saturn is so light that it could float in water. . ( Full Answer )
soko is a10 yr old girl who live's in toongabbie her best friends names are tiara,Emily t,and Helen she loves dogs and her family .she has recently lost her dog banjo and is hunting down the person who stole him!!!
They are more educated than human doctors, who only need to learn about one species.
Zeus Is the king of all gods. He is the god of the sky, rain, and lightning.
Hmmm...something interesting about the stapler. One thing that is interesting is that if you flip the top part of the stapler up, and you squeeze it, staples shoot out. You can shoot people with staples! (P.S. It won't hurt unless you put the stapler right to their skin and squeeze.)
Zeus was born a god so after he became a god he grew up made a plan to overthrow his father, Cronus became the lord of the skies and the most powerful god and then had lots of children with mortal women.
Nicolaus Copernicus studied mathmatics, astronomy, Latin, and published a book called "On the Revolutions of Heavenly Bodies."
He built his first computer in his garage. He sometimes wears a wig. He is donating all his money to charity after death and leaving his children with only a small portion of it He got arested for a travic violation
Ukraine (population - 48 million) is an Eastern European country on the Black Sea. Located between the Capartian mountains and the southern steppes of Eurasia, Ukraine is naturally irrigated and has what is soft considered the most fertile soil in Europe. The blue and yellow striped flag, representi…ng blue skies and endless wheat fields, as well as the country's name, meaning 'border' or 'edge', show a lot about this former Socialist Republic of the USSR. Ukraine has the biggest land area of all European states 1 . The history of this thousnd-year-old nation is not very well known among western Europeans, even though it is critical in the context European history ( Full Answer )
The environmental impact concerning such a sudden and ample distribution of carbon dioxide is unpredictable, but would probably cause the world to explode, a massive outbreak of HIV, conservatives drinking bottles of ammonia, a climactic increase in the number of exploding squirrels, and an Asian in… the eastern regions falling down a storm drain. However, considering that the factors of Zeus' size and distance from our solar system remain unknown concepts, we can only be sure of a tax increase, due to vehicle emissions that add to the original Zeus emission. ( Full Answer )
All of the blood in a human's body passes through the each kidney 400 times a day.
It was destroyed by the christian emperor Theodosius the second in 426 AD like many other temples because they were dedicated to the 12 Olympians (12 gods).
many people just jumped out of the building bc they didnt want to be burned by the fire not all of the floors on the building were destroyed while the building was falling, in all of the smoke, appeared an angry face made of smoke the terrists were suicydle in the planes and threatened many… harmless people ( Full Answer )
he found North America, when he was looking for the northwest passage( Far East i belive)
During the American Civil War 23 battles were fought in Louisiana, the fourth highest out of all the states.
Lightning bolts,other gods,immortals etc. to learn more read Percy Jackson and the Olympians lightning thief or watch the movie=D
They were trapped in the Sierra Nevada Mountains and resorted to eating their dead companions. The Mexican American War delayed rescue groups, and the extreme weather turned back many. When they were rescued, only 48 of the original 87 had survived.
Try checking craft books and magazines for ideas. The advantage of this is you usually get a step by step guide to how to make your item, but the disadvantage is it's likely many other people are doing the same thing. A good solution is to merey use these resources for inspiration rather than actual…ly following the directions exactly. ( Full Answer )
It is a country of freedom, comfort and convenience- freedom of living; comfort of working and convenience of style
Blow it up! No... just kidding. I guess you could take it appart and look inside. If it has any RAM you could remove and possibly sell on Ebay.
Dolphins 'hear' with their lower jaw! (the sound vibrations travel through the lower jaw to the inner ear)
By most accounts, Zeus confined his father, Kronos, in the cave of Nyx, in the deepest, darkest part of Tartarus. Later, Kronos was released and he served either as the King of Elyseum in Hades, or as King of the Golden Age of the Latins in Italy as Saturn.
A PP (Purple pincher hermit crab) can snap a pencil in 2 with it's big claw. Hermit crabs have been abused for years and are still today hermit crabs WILL live for years if properly cared for
He is the only American to have been the elected governor of two different US States.
he was the god of medicine. and a lot of other cool stuff like he was one of the only gods or pharaohs who was actually human
No matter how small or large you make it, it still has the same ratio.
Lightning bolts, human beings, other gods, titans, the prophecy(that his son is going to kill him and take his position) But his interest mainly focus on having sex and taking care of his sons that came as result.
She scored 90% of her college board exams that would get her into Vassar College in 1947.
Human life is a Gift of God,it is more that life is temporary for human,because real life will start after death permanently.Most of people have many intentions and purpose about whole life some of have about half life,if you divide human life into two pieces one is related to only personal life oth…er is related to family ,contribution of both pieces should be equal. When you are young seek a prop of life by joining in some relations,like friends,children,and family members,main half life starts when you make marriage ,prior to marry your life becomes free of many responsibilities,you enjoy yourself by indulging in many recreation and amusement,making friends,outing,shopping and many more only to enjoy freedom of life which is the half part of your life. Other interesting half life is consisted on seeking a relation for marriage,where you look like a smart and assumed the shape of bridegroom,which is an interesting part of your life . ( Full Answer )
After Zeus rescued his brothers from his dad swallowing them, Zeus and his two brothers divided the whole world into separate parts, and each one controlled a different. Since Zeus was the savior of his brothers, he made himself the God of Heaven. Zeus tricked Hades into thinking the underworld was …a great place, but it wasn't, and Hades was forced to stay there. Poseidon then got the title of God of the Sea and of the Storms ( Full Answer )
If Zeus is angry, he will strike down lightning bolts, especiallyto someone who made him angry
The Sahel is not a desert, it is a distinct and different biomefrom a desert. It is a grassland transition zone and receives morerainfall than a desert.
He wrote a book that was published 100 years after his death. . Mark Twain first used a typewriter to write Tom Sawyer. His earlier book Life on the Mississippi (published in 1883) was also typed but he didn't type it. It was typed from his original manuscript.
There are 6 species of tigers left in the world and 3 more are known to be extinct.
After WWI, Alexander Hamilton returned home and married his sister. Their son was shunned by society and Hamiton went into depression.
Utah has many unique natural features. Two of the most spectacular for me are Arches National Park and Bryce Canyon. In Arches National Park near Moab there arch stone formations that have been eroded away over thousands of years. It is really quite impressive. In Bryce Canyon, the entire canyon app…ears to be bright orange and yellow. There are spire formations called hoo-doos everywhere - another breathtaking scene. ( Full Answer )
He was an artist and reports have said he had loved a son ( I think it was his, i dont exactly know )
Stegosaurus's plates had many blood vessels. Some scientists theorize that it may have been able to cause extra blood to rush into those vessels, which would make the plates "blush" red. The purpose of this may have been as a display to attract mates or as an intimidation tactic.
1)the biggest planet in the solar system 2)mass is almost 1/1000 part of that of sun 3)the planet was named after the name of the roman GOD JUPITER. 4)human knew its existence long long ago......so it is mixed with myths of many culture.... 5)mass of jupiter is 318 times than that of earth … 6)jupiter was the king of GODs,the ruler of Olympus and patron of roman state 7)it is a gas planet ( Full Answer )
His legs got weak and he built robot-like machines out of metal to help him walk.