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Trivia questions and useless facts wanted

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posted on Oct, 18 2012 @ 01:51 PM
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Originally posted by VictorVonDoom
A few more:

Science

1. Which 2 elements are liquid at room temperature?
2. You are standing on Amalthea. Which planet is closest to you?
3. What does the acronym SCUBA stand for?

Entertainment

1. The phrase "Klatu, Verada, Nicto" features prominently in two movies. Name them.
2. In which movie did John Wayne win the Best Actor Oscar?
3. Name the actor originally cast to play the Tin Man in The Wizard of Oz.

History

1. Who was the first US President born in a hospital?
2. Which country sold the Gadsden Purchase?
3. Which countries fought the Punic Wars?

Animals and plants

1. An animal that hunts by night is nocturnal. What do you call an animal that hunts by day?
2. Name a mammal that lays eggs.
3. What do you call a group of crows?

Music

1. What is Jenny's phone number?
2. "Blinded by the Light" was a hit for Manfred Mann. Who wrote it?
3. Who wrote "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star?"

Geography

1. What do you call a land mass surrounded by water on 3 sides?
2. What is the largest fresh water lake in the world?
3. What is the largest desert in the world?

Religion

1. Who was the Norse god of war?
2. What were the Gifts of the Magi?
3. Who was the father of Zeus?

Biology

1. What chemical compound makes photosynthesis possible?
2. Name the process by which a caterpillar becomes a butterfly.
3. Which are larger, bacteria or viruses?


Science

1. Mercury and Bromine
2. No answer
3. N/A

History
1. N/A
2. France
3. Carthage and Rome

Animals and plants
1. N/A
2. N/A
3. N/A

Geography

1. A peninsula
2. Lake michigan?
3. Gobi desert

Religion
1. Thor
2. Gold, frankencents and mir
3. Cronus

Biology

1. Chloroplasts filled with cholorphyll (answer)
2. Metamorphisis
3. Bacteria are much larger than viruses




posted on Oct, 18 2012 @ 02:29 PM
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U.S History

1. What was the bloodiest single day in American history?
2. What president signed a bill to give Confederacy president Jefferson Davis back his citizenship?

Geography

1. The Pacific Ocean comes from the Portuguese words mar pacifico, meaning this:
2. This mountain Range extends from Northern Canada through Montana and Wyoming

Music

1. He composed musical scores for plays such as The Nutcracker and Swan Lake

Biology

1. This organelle is considered the powerhouse of human cells
2. This molecule provides the energy for cells to function

Science
1. An anion carries a negative charge. Oppositely a cation carries this charge
2. German miners named this element Kobald meaning goblin because they believed it stopped them from obtaining more valuable metals like Silver

World History

1. The Silk Road connected these two ancient superpowers and then major traders
2. Before being executed by firing squad, this final Tsar of Russia uttered these words "You know not what you do"



posted on Oct, 18 2012 @ 04:12 PM
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Originally posted by CaptainNemo
U.S History

1. What was the bloodiest single day in American history? Ill guess D day at Normandy?
2. What president signed a bill to give Confederacy president Jefferson Davis back his citizenship? Adams

Geography

1. The Pacific Ocean comes from the Portuguese words mar pacifico, meaning this: ???
2. This mountain Range extends from Northern Canada through Montana and Wyoming The Rockies? Only US mountain range I know LOL

Music

1. He composed musical scores for plays such as The Nutcracker and Swan Lake I was at a trivia night tonight and this came up, I knew the answer, its Tchaikovsky

Biology

1. This organelle is considered the powerhouse of human cells ???
2. This molecule provides the energy for cells to function ???

Science
1. An anion carries a negative charge. Oppositely a cation carries this charge Positive?
2. German miners named this element Kobald meaning goblin because they believed it stopped them from obtaining more valuable metals like Silver Copper?

World History

1. The Silk Road connected these two ancient superpowers and then major traders China and Rome
2. Before being executed by firing squad, this final Tsar of Russia uttered these words "You know not what you do" Alexander?





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