Facebook generated and quoted: “31 lost, 31 unwanted visits, 31 doors receive that dreaded knock, 31 families with shattered hearts, 31 pairs of boots lined up with rifles, dog tags and helmets, 31 comrades remembered and grieved for, 31 funeral services, 31 names on newly made grave markers, 31 empty places at the table, 31 souls who gave all, whose lives leave a void, so let’s take 31 seconds to re-post this and pause to reflect on such a sacrifice as 31 gone forever” [Unknown Author]

Phenomenon vs. Phenomena

phenomenon – definition of phenomenon by the Free Online Link

Usage Note:

Phenomenon ~ 

the only singular form of this noun

Phenomena ~

the usual plural.

Phenomenons may also be used as the plural in nonscientific writing when…

the meaning is “extraordinary things, occurrences, or persons”:

They were phenomenons in the history of music.