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March 17th
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  • What is the term for a theoretical type of star that has a gravitational pull so strong that nothing, not even light, can escape from it?
  • Which mathematical concept involves a continuous fraction that is an infinite sum of terms where each term is defined as the reciprocal of an integer?
  • In physics, what is the term for the phenomenon where an object continues its motion indefinitely unless acted upon by an external force?
  • What is the term for the mathematical study of shapes, sizes, and properties of figures and spaces?
  • Which scientific law states that the total electric charge in an isolated system is constant and cannot be created or destroyed, only transferred from one form to another?

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March 17th
Questions
  • What is the term for the process of determining the order of nucleotide bases in a DNA molecule, often used in genetic research and forensic investigations?
  • Which term refers to the ability of an organism to blend in with its environment, providing camouflage and protection from predators?
  • What is the name for the phenomenon where an individual's immune system attacks its own cells and tissues, leading to a range of autoimmune diseases?
  • Which term describes the process of producing offspring by combining genetic material from two individuals of different species, resulting in a hybrid organism?
  • What is the term for the scientific study of the interactions between organisms and their environment, focusing on ecosystems and ecological processes?

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March 17th
Questions
  • What is the term for the study and interpretation of handwriting, often used to analyze personality traits and characteristics?
  • Which Greek philosopher is known for his philosophical method of questioning and critical thinking, leading to the phrase 'Socratic method'?
  • What is the term for the psychological phenomenon in which individuals believe that others are paying more attention to them than they actually are?
  • Which mathematical concept is often described as a system where each number is the sum of the two preceding ones, starting with 0 and 1?
  • In psychology, what is the term for a cognitive bias where individuals assess the likelihood of an event based on how easily they can recall similar instances?

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March 17th
Questions
  • Which African country is the largest by land area, covering over 2.37 million square kilometers?
  • In which ocean are the Maldives, a tropical paradise consisting of 26 atolls, located?
  • Which Asian country is home to the ancient city of Petra, known for its rock-cut architecture and water conduit system?
  • In which country can you visit the ancient Inca city of Machu Picchu, situated high in the Andes Mountains?
  • Which European country is known for its fjords, stunning natural landscapes, and the Aurora Borealis phenomenon in the northern regions?

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March 17th
Questions
  • Who is the author of the classic novel 'Moby-Dick' about the obsessive quest for revenge against the white whale?
  • What is the capital city of Australia, known for its famous iconic opera house and harbor bridge?
  • In Greek mythology, who is the goddess of wisdom, warfare, and strategic tactics, often associated with the symbol of an owl?
  • Which artist, known for his iconic painting 'The Persistence of Memory,' is considered a leading figure of surrealism in art?
  • What is the title of William Shakespeare's tragedy about the Prince of Denmark seeking revenge for his father's murder?

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March 17th
Questions
  • Which chemical element has the highest melting point of all the elements and is commonly used in high-temperature applications such as in light bulbs and X-ray tubes?
  • In mathematics, what is the term for a shape that can be divided into two identical halves by a line or plane?
  • Which famous scientist formulated the three laws of motion, laying the foundation for classical mechanics?
  • What is the term for the phenomenon in which an object submerged in a fluid experiences an upward force that is equal in magnitude to the weight of the fluid displaced?
  • Which ancient civilization, known for its advanced knowledge in astronomy and mathematics, built impressive structures like the Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx?

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March 17th
Questions
  • In computing, what is the term for a type of programming error that occurs when software tries to access a restricted area of memory, often leading to system crashes or vulnerabilities?
  • What is the name of the phenomenon in quantum mechanics where particles are connected in a way that the state of one particle can instantly affect the state of another particle, regardless of the distance between them?
  • Which mathematical concept involves a number that can only be divided by 1 and itself, with examples including 2, 3, 5, and 7?
  • In physics, what is the term for the force that opposes the relative motion or tendency of such motion of two surfaces in contact?
  • What is the name of the mathematical constant that represents the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter, often approximated as 3.14159?

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March 17th
Questions
  • What is the phenomenon where a magnetic field induces an electric current in a conductor, according to electromagnetic induction?
  • Which device, used in electrical circuits, stores electrical energy in an electric field and releases it quickly when needed?
  • What is the term for a device that amplifies or increases the power of a signal, commonly used in audio systems and telecommunications?
  • In computer science, what term describes the process of combining multiple network connections in parallel to increase throughput beyond what a single connection could sustain?
  • Which law of physics states that the total energy of an isolated system remains constant over time, even if energy changes forms within the system?

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March 17th
Questions
  • Which element is the most abundant metal in Earth's crust, making up about 8% of the crust by weight?
  • What is the process called where a solid changes directly into a gas without passing through the liquid state?
  • Which country is the largest producer of oil in the world as of 2021, accounting for about 13% of global production?
  • What is the term for the scientific study of earthquakes and the movement of the Earth's crust?
  • Which gas makes up the majority of the Earth's atmosphere, constituting about 78% of the air by volume?

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March 17th
Questions
  • What is the world's largest land animal, known for its long trunk and large tusks?
  • Which chemical element has the symbol 'Hg' on the periodic table?
  • Which famous architect is credited with designing iconic structures like the Sydney Opera House in Australia?
  • What is the largest species of shark, known for its distinctive appearance with a flattened head and broad pectoral fins?
  • Which ancient civilization is known for constructing the famous city of Petra in present-day Jordan?

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February 11th
Questions
  • What is the term for a word that is spelled the same forwards and backward, such as 'radar'?
  • Which chemical element has the highest melting point of all the elements, reaching around 3,550 degrees Celsius?
  • In mathematics, what is the name of the famous sequence where each term is the sum of the two preceding ones, starting with 0 and 1?
  • Which English author wrote the classic novel '1984,' depicting a dystopian society governed by omnipresent surveillance and authoritarianism?
  • What is the term for the phenomenon where light is dispersed into its component colors, creating a rainbow-like effect in the sky?

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January 25th
Questions
  • What is the compound word for a fear of long words?
  • In computing, what does the acronym 'URL' stand for?
  • What is the scientific term for the fear of the number 13?
  • What is the common term for the fear of being without a mobile phone or being unable to use it?
  • What is the term for the fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of your mouth?

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December 15th
Questions
  • What is the capital of Australia?
  • What is the largest ocean on Earth?
  • What is the smallest country in the world?
  • What is the most widely spoken language in the world?
  • What is the world's largest desert?
  • Which is the longest river in the world?
  • What is the tallest mountain in the world?
  • What is the largest country in the world by land area?
  • Which planet is known as the 'Red Planet'?
  • What is the chemical symbol for the element Gold?

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December 9th
Questions
  • What is the only letter in the English alphabet that is not used in the name of any U.S. state?
  • Which city is the only capital city in the world that borders two countries?
  • What is the only country in the world that is also an entire continent?
  • What is the only U.S. state that is not geographically located in North America?
  • Which is the only planet in the solar system that rotates clockwise?

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December 3rd
Questions
  • What is the only country in the world that has a square flag?
  • Which metal has the highest melting point?
  • What is the longest English word without a vowel?
  • Which planet has the longest day in the solar system?
  • What is the only mammal that is capable of sustained flight?
  • Which is the only U.S. state that is not geographically located in North America?
  • What is the only country in the world that is also a continent?
  • Which is the only metal that is a liquid at room temperature?
  • What is the only fruit that grows its seeds on the outside?
  • What is the only planet in the solar system that rotates clockwise?

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December 3rd
Questions
  • What is the only letter that doesn't appear in any U.S. state name?
  • What is the only number that has the same number of letters as its value?
  • What is the smallest prime number?
  • What is the only country that is also a continent?
  • What is the only mammal capable of true flight?
  • What is the only planet in the solar system named after a female figure from Roman mythology?
  • What is the only fruit that has its seeds on the outside?
  • What is the only metal that is a liquid at room temperature?
  • What is the only U.S. state that only borders one other state?
  • What is the only sea without any coasts?

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December 2nd
Questions
  • What is the only country that is also a continent?
  • Which chemical element has the highest melting point?
  • Who holds the record for the fastest time to climb Mount Everest without supplemental oxygen?
  • Which city is home to the oldest university in the world?
  • What is the most abundant metal in the Earth's crust?

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December 2nd
Questions
  • What is the longest-running TV show in history?
  • What is the longest river in the world?
  • Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize?
  • Which country is the largest producer of oil in the world?
  • What is the most widely spoken language in the world?

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November 26th
Questions
  • What is the tallest mountain in the world?
  • The United Nations was established in which year?
  • Who was the first person to set foot on the moon?
  • What is the largest planet in the solar system?
  • Which country is known as the Land of the Rising Sun?
  • Who is the author of the novel 'To Kill a Mockingbird'?
  • What is the chemical symbol for the element oxygen?
  • Which city is known as the City of Love?
  • Who painted the famous artwork 'The Scream'?
  • Which planet is known as the Morning Star and Evening Star?

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November 25th
Questions
  • What is the rarest blood type in humans?
  • What is the most commonly used password in the world?
  • What is the smallest country in the world?
  • How many hearts does an octopus have?
  • What is the most expensive spice in the world by weight?