Sunday, May 1, 2016

Trivia for 5/2/2016

The Meiji Period of Japanese history, which lasted from 1867-1912, involved one of the greatest socio-political transformations in world history. What is the Japanese term used to describe the elder statesman who controlled policy during this period?

1. Shijo
2. Keiretsu
3. Tenno
4. Genro

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Trivia for 5/1/2016

In ancient times the Romans called this body of water, not far from the Mediterranean, the Propontis. What is it called today?

1. Sea of Marmora
2. Red Sea
3. Sea of Galilee
4. Ionian Sea

Trivia for 4/30/2016

What candy bar was originally packaged to include three separate pieces of candy flavored vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry?

1. Mars
2. Milky Way
3. 3 Musketeers
4. Charleston Chew

Trivia for 4/29/2016

'Xibalba' was the underworld (hell) in the myth system of which of the following ancient people?

1. Chaldean
2. Aztec
3. Mayan
4. Hittite

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Trivia for 4/28/2016

What outstanding team won a record-breaking eight consecutive NBA titles?

1. Boston Celtics
2. Los Angeles Lakers
3. New York Knicks
4. Chicago Bulls

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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Trivia for 4/27/2016

Let's stick together- this is the only continent that's composed of just one country. What is it?

1. Asia
2. Australia
3. Antarctica
4. Greenland

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Trivia for 4/26/2016

You are standing looking in amazement at a whole army of terra cotta soldiers. These figures were buried 2,000 years ago and were discovered in 1974. What country are you in?

1. Japan
2. China
3. Peru
4. Easter Island

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Sunday, April 24, 2016

Trivia for 4/25/2016

In 1897, the Indiana legislature considered setting the value of what famous number to 3.2?

1. i
2. Avogadro's number
3. e
4. Pi

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Trivia for 4/24/2016

Which singer with a 'precious' name sang the National Anthem before the first game of the 2001 Baseball World Series?

1. Ruby Wax
2. Madonna
3. Jewel
4. Neil Diamond

Trivia for 4/23/2016

What fictional character, based on the experiences of an actual sailor, did Daniel Defoe create?

1. Robinson Crusoe
2. Gulliver
3. Oliver Twist
4. Tom Jones

Trivia for 4/22/2016

According to a survey, what % of people prefer to eat the ears of a chocolate Easter bunny first before any other part?

1. 66%
2. 76%
3. 86%
4. 96%

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Trivia for 4/21/2016

Your pancreas secrets a hormone called insulin that helps to control the level of glucose in your blood stream. The pancreas also produces another hormone with the opposite effect. What is this hormone, antagonistic to insulin, called?

1. Glyconic acid
2. Glucagon
3. Glycogen
4. Glycol

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Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Trivia for 4/20/2016

It really makes a lot of "sense", and it may "change" your life! There are 293 different ways to do what common action?

1. Cook eggs
2. Fold a shirt
3. Tie your shoes
4. Make change for a dollar

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Trivia for 4/19/2016

What is the geological term for the debris left behind after a glacier melts?

1. jetsam
2. cirque
3. morsel
4. moraine

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Sunday, April 17, 2016

Trivia for 4/18/2016

The invention of the cotton gin revolutionized the cotton industry. Whose brainchild was the gin?

1. Benjamin Franklin
2. James Hargreaves
3. James Watt
4. Eli Whitney

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Trivia for 4/17/2016

In the 14th century, the dwindling cat population (and growing rat population) in Europe culminated in what disease becoming rampant?

1. Tuberculosis
2. Bubonic Plague
3. Influenza
4. Measles

Trivia for 4/16/2016

Ever noticed how your side view mirrors are labeled "Objects may be closer than they appear"? What mirror shape accounts for this property?

1. Spheroidal
2. Toroidal
3. Convex
4. Concave

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Trivia for 4/15/2016

There are several ghosts in the Harry Potter books. Peeves is a ghost that throws things around and moves things. What do we call this kind of ghost?

1. Banshee
2. Zombie
3. Kelpie
4. Poltergeist

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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Trivia for 4/14/2016

Which model Ford went on sale in the US for $850 in 1908?

1. Model A
2. Model B
3. Model F
4. Model T

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Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Trivia for 4/13/2016

Plants don't need to go to the grocery store. What process do they use to make food instead?

1. Photosynthesis
2. Regeneration
3. Respiration
4. Oxidation

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