Have you ever read the code printed on the eggs you buy, from shops? Do you know the meaning of this code?
Whether you buy cage, barn, free range or organic, a code will be printed on your egg.
The first number refers to the farming method; 0 = organic, 1 = free range, 2 = barn, 3 = cage.
This is followed by the country of origin and then the farm identification which is a specific code denoting the actual farm where your eggs were produced.
This is how these iPods evolved. Really a cool thought.
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Moon is the natural satellite of the Earth. Distance between the Earth and the Moon varies from 356,400 km to 406,700 km.
Here is a visual explanation to depict the distance of the Moon from the Earth.
The yellow bar represents a beam of light travelling from Earth to Moon in 1.26 seconds.
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Alexander Samuelson of the Root Glass Company in Terre Haute, Indiana, designed the distinctive shape, and it was patented on November 16, 1915.
The bottle was modified and slimmed down to work with the current bottling equipment and went into broader production in 1916. This contour bottle was the only packaging used by The Coca-Cola Company for 40 years until the king-size package was introduced in 1955.
Today, it is still the most recognized bottle in the world, and the shape is used for packaging from the new aluminum can to the 2-liter family size.
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