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July 14th
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  • Which ancient civilization is credited with developing the first known system of writing, called cuneiform, around 3200 BC?
  • Who is known for his theory of psychoanalysis, which explores the influence of the unconscious mind on behavior and personality?
  • In which country did the Industrial Revolution begin in the late 18th century, transforming manufacturing processes and economic structures?
  • Which famous landmark in Paris was completed in 1889 as the entrance arch to the 1889 World's Fair and has since become a global cultural icon?
  • Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, and is renowned for her research on radioactivity?

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July 14th
Questions
  • Which famous ancient library, founded in the 3rd century BCE, was located in the Egyptian city of Alexandria?
  • What is the official currency of South Africa, introduced in 1961 to replace the South African pound?
  • Which famous naturalist's voyage on the HMS Beagle led to significant contributions to the theory of evolution and natural selection?
  • In which year did the Berlin Wall, a symbol of the Cold War, fall, leading to the reunification of East and West Germany?
  • Which British author wrote the fantasy series 'The Lord of the Rings,' which has been adapted into successful film series?

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July 14th
Questions
  • What is the primary ingredient used in the preparation of traditional Japanese sushi?
  • Which European city is famous for its historic red-light district and is known as the 'Venice of the North' for its numerous canals?
  • What is the term for a baby kangaroo?
  • Which country has the highest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites as of 2023?
  • What is the name of the scientist who developed the theory of evolution by natural selection?

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July 14th
Questions
  • Which ancient civilization is known for building the city of Petra, famous for its rock-cut architecture and water conduit system?
  • In what year did the Titanic, the British passenger liner, sink during its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City?
  • Which element on the periodic table is represented by the symbol 'K' and is essential for the function of all living cells?
  • What is the name of the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, known for its rich history and cultural heritage?
  • Which American inventor is credited with creating the phonograph, the motion picture camera, and the electric light bulb?

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July 14th
Questions
  • Which famous artist is known for painting the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City?
  • What is the capital city of Australia, known for its planned design and political significance?
  • Who wrote the classic novel 'Pride and Prejudice,' which explores themes of love, reputation, and class in 19th-century England?
  • Which natural satellite is the fifth-largest moon in the Solar System and orbits the Earth?
  • What is the term for the longest bone in the human body, located in the thigh?

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June 30th
Questions
  • Which chemical element has the atomic number 79 and is commonly used in jewelry and electronics due to its high conductivity and resistance to tarnish?
  • What is the name of the longest river in Africa, flowing through countries such as Egypt, Sudan, and Uganda?
  • Who was the first person to circumnavigate the globe, completing the voyage in 1522?
  • Which Italian city is known for its canals, gondolas, and historic architecture, attracting millions of tourists each year?
  • What is the name of the famous speech delivered by Martin Luther King Jr. during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in 1963?

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May 28th
Questions
  • What is the largest ocean on Earth, covering around 46% of the planet's water surface?
  • Which planet in our solar system is known as the 'Red Planet' due to its reddish appearance?
  • What is the capital city of France, known for its iconic Eiffel Tower and world-famous art museums?
  • Who is the protagonist in the classic novel 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' written by Lewis Carroll?
  • What is the main ingredient in the traditional Italian dish 'risotto'?

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May 24th
Questions
  • Which famous scientist is credited with the theory of general relativity, E=mc^2, and is known for his contributions to modern physics?
  • In Greek mythology, who is the god of the sea, earthquakes, and horses, often depicted with a trident and associated with water and marine life?
  • Which famous playwright is known for works like 'Romeo and Juliet,' 'Hamlet,' and 'Macbeth', showcasing his mastery of tragedy and drama?
  • What is the term for the branch of biology that focuses on the study of birds, including their behavior, physiology, and ecology in various environments?
  • Which ancient wonder of the world, located in Egypt, is known for its massive scale, intricate construction, and mysterious origins involving the pharaoh Khufu?
  • What is the term for the scientific study of the Earth's atmosphere, climate, and weather patterns, including phenomena like hurricanes, tornadoes, and El Niño?
  • Which iconic artist, known for his vibrant and unique style, painted masterpieces like 'Starry Night' and 'Sunflowers,' showcasing his talent for color and emotion?
  • What is the term for the study of ancient cultures through the excavation and analysis of material remains like artifacts, structures, and monuments?
  • In Norse mythology, what is the name of the legendary hall where brave warriors who die in combat are taken by valkyries, led by the god Odin?
  • Which famous scientist formulated the laws of motion and universal gravitation, revolutionizing the field of physics and laying the groundwork for modern science?

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May 24th
Questions
  • Which city is known as the 'City of a Hundred Spires' due to its stunning architectural heritage and historic city center?
  • What is the largest hot desert in the world, covering parts of several countries in North Africa?
  • Which river flows through the Grand Canyon and is one of the major rivers in the southwestern United States?
  • What is the name of the highest mountain peak in Africa, located in Tanzania?
  • Which country is known as the 'Land of the Rising Sun' due to its location and symbolism in its name?
  • What is the term for the scientific study of earthquakes and the movement of the Earth's crust?
  • In Greek mythology, who is the goddess of wisdom, warfare, and strategic reasoning, often associated with the owl and olive tree?
  • Which iconic landmark in India is a white marble mausoleum known as a symbol of love and a UNESCO World Heritage Site?
  • Who is the author of the famous novel '1984,' a dystopian fiction exploring totalitarianism and surveillance society?
  • What is the term for the branch of biology that focuses on the study of plants and their relationships with the environment?

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May 20th
Questions
  • What is the term for the phenomenon where a liquid becomes a solid at a lower temperature when shaken or disturbed, such as in the case of quicksand?
  • Which type of radiation has the shortest wavelength in the electromagnetic spectrum, making it highly penetrating and hazardous to living tissues?
  • In psychology, what term refers to the tendency to attribute one's successes to personal qualities and efforts while attributing failures to external factors beyond one's control?
  • Which mathematical constant represents the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter and is approximately equal to 3.14159?
  • What is the term for the process by which an organism transforms light energy into chemical energy stored in glucose molecules, occurring in the chloroplasts of plant cells?

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May 19th
Questions
  • What is the term for the study of ancient writing systems and inscriptions, often involving deciphering and interpreting texts from historical civilizations?
  • Which famous mathematician formulated the 'Fermat's Last Theorem,' a mathematical conjecture that remained unsolved for centuries until it was proven in 1994?
  • What is the term for the branch of biology that focuses on the study of fungi, including their taxonomy, morphology, and ecological roles in ecosystems?
  • Which influential philosopher is known for his work 'Critique of Pure Reason,' exploring the nature of human knowledge, perception, and metaphysics?
  • What is the term for the branch of mathematics that deals with the properties and relationships of geometric figures in two and three dimensions?

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May 17th
Questions
  • What is the term for the study of insects, including their classification, behavior, physiology, and ecology?
  • Which chemical element has the atomic number 92 and is commonly used as fuel in nuclear reactors?
  • What is the term for the study of fungi, including their biology, genetics, and interactions with other organisms?
  • Which chemical element, known for its use in lighting and plasma displays, has the symbol 'Ne' and atomic number 10?
  • What is the term for the branch of medicine focused on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental health disorders?

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May 17th
Questions
  • Which metal is liquid at room temperature and is commonly used in thermometers, barometers, and fluorescent lamps?
  • What is the longest river in South America, known for its biodiversity and importance to the region's ecosystems?
  • In Greek mythology, who is the goddess of the hunt, wilderness, and childbirth, often depicted with a bow and arrow?
  • Which ancient civilization built the famous city of Machu Picchu in the Andes Mountains of present-day Peru?
  • What is the largest desert in the world, covering an area of over 9 million square kilometers in Northern Africa?

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May 17th
Questions
  • Which scientist is credited with the discovery of electromagnetic induction, essential for the development of electric generators and transformers?
  • What is the term for the phenomenon in physics where a wave encounters an obstacle and bends around it, demonstrating interference patterns?
  • Which iconic physicist formulated the uncertainty principle, a fundamental concept in quantum mechanics that states the impossibility of precisely measuring certain pairs of properties?
  • In mathematics, what is the term for a function that maps elements from one set to another, ensuring that each element in the domain corresponds to exactly one element in the range?
  • Which ancient Greek mathematician is often referred to as the 'Father of Geometry' for his groundbreaking work in the field, including the development of theorems and proofs in his famous book 'Elements'?

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May 17th
Questions
  • What is the term for a word or phrase that is spelled the same forwards and backwards, such as 'racecar' or 'level'?
  • Which city is known for its iconic Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars, and the Alcatraz Island prison?
  • In Norse mythology, what is the name of the legendary hammer wielded by the god Thor, associated with thunder and lightning?
  • Which country is known for being the setting of the iconic 'Lord of the Rings' film trilogy, showcasing its stunning landscapes and natural beauty?
  • What is the term for the study of flags, including their design, history, and symbolism?

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May 10th
Questions
  • What is the term for the branch of science that deals with the study of the composition, structure, properties, and reactions of matter?
  • Who is the author of the famous novel 'Pride and Prejudice', a classic work of English literature published in 1813?
  • Which country is known for its stunning fjords, Viking history, and the Northern Lights phenomenon?
  • In which year did the historic event known as the 'Fall of the Berlin Wall' take place, symbolizing the end of the Cold War division between East and West Germany?
  • Who is the famous British naturalist and broadcaster known for his groundbreaking documentary series 'Planet Earth' and 'Blue Planet'?
  • What is the term for the study of ancient life forms preserved in rocks, including their evolution, distribution, and extinction?
  • Which famous artist is known for his surreal and dreamlike paintings, including 'The Persistence of Memory' featuring melting clocks?
  • What is the term for the system of production and distribution of goods and services within a society, often influenced by supply, demand, and competition?
  • Who is the legendary figure in Arthurian legend known as the wizard and advisor to King Arthur, often depicted as a powerful magician and shape-shifter?
  • What is the term for the imaginary line that divides the Earth into the Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere, measuring 0 degrees latitude?

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May 9th
Questions
  • Which famous scientist is known for the theory of evolution through natural selection, published in the book 'On the Origin of Species'?
  • What is the largest planet in our solar system, known for its Great Red Spot and numerous moons?
  • Which famous playwright wrote timeless works like 'Romeo and Juliet,' 'Hamlet,' and 'Macbeth'?
  • What is the term for the study of celestial objects and phenomena outside the Earth's atmosphere, including stars, galaxies, and planets?
  • Who is the famous artist known for painting the 'Mona Lisa' and 'The Last Supper'?

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May 2nd
Questions
  • What is the term for a word or phrase that reads the same backward as forward, such as 'madam' or 'racecar'?
  • Which city is known as the 'City of Love' and is a popular travel destination for its iconic Eiffel Tower and romantic ambiance?
  • Who is the legendary king in British folklore, known for pulling the sword from the stone and becoming the rightful King of England?
  • Which famous architect designed iconic structures like the Sydney Opera House in Australia and the Guggenheim Museum in New York City?
  • In Greek mythology, who is the Titan who stole fire from the gods and gave it to humanity, leading to his eternal punishment by Zeus?

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May 2nd
Questions
  • Which country has the longest coastline in the world, spanning over 202,000 kilometers (125,500 miles)?
  • What is the term for a word that is spelled the same backward and forward, such as 'level' or 'radar'?
  • In Greek mythology, who is the goddess of the rainbow and a messenger of the gods, often depicted as a young woman with colorful wings?
  • What is the term for the phenomenon in physics where light or other waves are spread out and redirected around obstacles, leading to the apparent bending of light around corners?
  • Which famous scientist is known for developing the laws of motion and universal gravitation, laying the groundwork for classical mechanics?

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May 2nd
Questions
  • What is the term for the phenomenon in which an object appears to be at a different position when viewed from different angles, often used in 3D movies and holograms?
  • Which astronomical event occurs when the Earth comes directly between the Sun and the Moon, casting a shadow that darkens the Moon's surface?
  • What is the term used to describe the optical illusion in which distant objects appear to be shimmering or moving due to variations in air temperature?
  • Which mathematical concept involves a sequence of numbers where each number is the sum of the two preceding ones, starting with 0 and 1?
  • In chemistry, what term is used to describe the process of a substance changing directly from a solid to a gas without passing through the liquid phase?