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April 5th
Questions
  • Which Asian river, known as the 'River of Sorrows', is the third-longest river in the world and flows through China and Vietnam?
  • What is the name of the deepest and oldest lake in the world, located in Siberia, Russia?
  • Which African country is home to the largest population of black rhinos, a critically endangered species?
  • What is the name of the world's largest hot desert, covering most of North Africa and spanning multiple countries?
  • Which famous physicist developed the theory of general relativity and is known for the equation E=mc^2?

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April 3rd
Questions
  • Which element is represented by the chemical symbol 'Na' on the periodic table?
  • What is the term for the fear of heights?
  • Which artist is known for painting 'Starry Night' and 'Sunflowers'?
  • What is the largest mammal in the world?
  • Which planet is known as the 'Red Planet'?

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March 15th
Questions
  • Which ancient city, considered one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, is the capital of Syria?
  • What is the smallest country in the world, both in terms of area and population, and is the spiritual center of the Roman Catholic Church?
  • Which Asian river, one of the longest in the world, flows through six countries: China, India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, and Myanmar?
  • Which European country is known for having the most natural lakes, with around 187,888 lakes larger than 0.1 hectares?
  • In Greek mythology, who is the winged divine horse that is usually depicted as pure white and is the offspring of Poseidon and Medusa?
  • Which African country is home to the ancient city of Carthage, one of the most powerful cities in the ancient world and a major rival of Rome?
  • What is the name of the strait that separates the continents of Europe and Asia, connecting the Black Sea to the Sea of Marmara?
  • Which South American country is home to the ancient Inca city of Machu Picchu, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World?
  • What is the name of the world's largest coral reef system, located off the coast of Queensland, Australia?
  • Which African country is known as the 'Land of a Thousand Hills' due to its stunning landscape and numerous rolling hills and mountains?

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March 15th
Questions
  • Which city is known as the 'City of Love' and is famous for the Eiffel Tower?
  • What is the hardest natural substance on Earth, often used in jewelry and industrial tools?
  • Which river is the longest in the world, flowing through multiple countries in Africa?
  • What is the largest desert in the world, not covered in ice, located in Northern Africa?
  • Which mountain is the tallest in North America, located in Alaska, USA?

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March 12th
Questions
  • Which planet in our solar system experiences the highest winds, with speeds reaching up to 1,100 miles per hour (1,800 kilometers per hour)
  • What is the largest moon in our solar system, even larger than the planet Mercury
  • Which element, commonly used in pencils, is composed of a crystalline allotrope that is one of the softest known materials
  • What is the name of the phenomenon where the Moon appears larger and brighter in the sky due to its closer proximity to Earth
  • Which island country in the Indian Ocean is known for its unique wildlife, including the lemur species found nowhere else on Earth

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March 11th
Questions
  • What is the term for the phenomenon where a person believes that they are being constantly pursued, watched, or persecuted, often associated with paranoia and delusions of persecution
  • Which psychological disorder is characterized by an individual experiencing alternating periods of mania and depression, affecting their mood, energy levels, and behavior
  • In psychology, what term refers to the process of modifying existing beliefs or perceptions to make them more consistent with new information or experiences
  • Which famous female scientist is known for her groundbreaking research on radioactivity and the discovery of the elements polonium and radium
  • Which country is home to the world's largest freshwater lake by volume, containing about 20% of the Earth's unfrozen surface freshwater

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March 11th
Questions
  • What is the term for the psychological phenomenon where individuals believe they are missing body parts, often leading to distress and attempts to adapt to the perceived disability?
  • Which ancient civilization is credited with the invention of the first known prosthetic limb, a wooden toe dating back to around 1000 B.C.?
  • In psychology, what term describes the tendency of individuals to overestimate their ability to control events and underestimate the role of chance or external factors?
  • Which scientific concept, named after a British physicist, states that the rate of diffusion of a gas is inversely proportional to the square root of its molar mass?
  • What is the term for the psychological disorder characterized by the compulsive pulling out of one's hair, leading to noticeable hair loss and significant distress?

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March 4th
Questions
  • What is the term for the phenomenon where a person believes that they are being constantly pursued, watched, or persecuted, often associated with paranoia and delusions of persecution?
  • Which psychological disorder is characterized by an individual experiencing alternating periods of mania and depression, affecting their mood, energy levels, and behavior?
  • In psychology, what term refers to the process of modifying existing beliefs or perceptions to make them more consistent with new information or experiences?
  • Which psychological concept describes the tendency of individuals to attribute their successes to internal factors while attributing their failures to external factors?
  • What is the term for the mental process of selectively focusing on specific aspects of the environment while ignoring others, often influenced by personal preferences or expectations?

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March 3rd
Questions
  • What is the rare phenomenon where a total solar eclipse is visible from only a small area on Earth, creating a narrow path of totality?
  • Which ancient wonder of the world was a massive statue in Greece that depicted the sun god Helios, standing over 100 feet tall before its eventual destruction?
  • What is the term for a sudden, violent, and naturally caused shaking of the ground, often resulting in the destruction of buildings and loss of life?
  • In Greek mythology, which titan was tasked with holding up the celestial heavens on his shoulders as a punishment for his role in the Titanomachy, the war between the titans and the Olympian gods?
  • Which famous female scientist is known for her groundbreaking research on radioactivity and the discovery of the elements polonium and radium?

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March 3rd
Questions
  • Which country is home to the world's largest freshwater lake by volume, containing about 20% of the Earth's unfrozen surface freshwater?
  • What is the capital city of New Zealand, known for its vibrant arts and culture scene and stunning harbor views?
  • Which ancient civilization is credited with the invention of the first known writing system, using wedge-shaped characters on clay tablets?
  • In Norse mythology, what is the name of the hammer-wielding god associated with thunder, lightning, storms, oak trees, and strength?
  • Which chemical element, with the symbol 'Fe' on the periodic table, is a crucial component of hemoglobin in red blood cells and is abundant in Earth's crust?

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March 3rd
Questions
  • Which mammal has no vocal cords and communicates through body language, touch, and high-pitched sounds like clicks and whistles?
  • Which natural landmark, located in the United States, is one of the most iconic and photographed canyons in the world, known for its colorful rock formations and vast size?
  • Which ancient wonder of the world, located in Egypt, is a monumental structure composed of limestone blocks, originally built as a tomb for a pharaoh?
  • Which celestial event occurs when the moon passes directly between the sun and Earth, casting a shadow over Earth's surface and causing a temporary darkening of the sky?
  • Which famous physicist is known for formulating the theory of general relativity, revolutionizing our understanding of gravity, space, and time?

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March 3rd
Questions
  • What is the smallest country in the world by land area, known for its sovereignty as an independent city-state?
  • Which chemical element, with the symbol 'Hg' on the periodic table, is a heavy, silvery transition metal often used in thermometers and barometers?
  • What is the name of the largest ocean on Earth, covering about 46% of the planet's water surface?
  • Which African country is home to the world-renowned archaeological site of the Great Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx?
  • What is the capital city of Canada, known for its bilingualism and diverse cultural heritage?

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February 27th
Questions
  • What is the rare phenomenon where the Moon moves across the Sun, blocking its light and creating a temporary darkening of the Earth's surface?
  • Which chemical element is a noble gas, colorless, odorless, and tasteless, commonly used in lighting and advertising signs due to its bright glow when electrically stimulated?
  • In Greek mythology, which god is known as the messenger of the gods, the god of trade, thieves, travelers, sports, and guide to the Underworld?
  • Which mathematical concept, known as the 'golden ratio,' is a special number that approximately equals 1.618 and is often found in art, architecture, and nature for its aesthetic appeal?
  • What is the term used to describe the total number of bits of information that can be transmitted per unit of time over a communication channel?

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February 27th
Questions
  • Which metal is known as a liquid metal at room temperature?
  • What is the term for a group of owls?
  • Which planet is often referred to as the 'Red Planet'?
  • What is the capital of Australia?
  • Which chemical element has the symbol 'Na' on the periodic table?

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February 22nd
Questions
  • What is the rarest M&M color?
  • Which planet has the most moons in our solar system?
  • What is the smallest bone in the human body?
  • In which country would you find the Negev Desert?
  • What is the world's most visited museum?

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February 9th
Questions
  • Which planet in our solar system is known for its distinct rings made up of ice particles and rock fragments?
  • What is the name of the largest moon in our solar system, which orbits the planet Jupiter?
  • Which natural disaster is measured using the Richter scale, indicating the magnitude of ground motion during the event?
  • What is the rare atmospheric phenomenon characterized by vibrant colors in the sky, caused by the refraction and dispersion of light in ice crystals?
  • Which famous artist is known for painting the 'Mona Lisa,' an enigmatic portrait of a woman with a mysterious smile?

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February 9th
Questions
  • Which city is known as the 'City of Love' and is home to the iconic Eiffel Tower?
  • What is the largest continent by land area on Earth?
  • Which river is the longest in the world, flowing through multiple countries in Africa?
  • Which African country is the most populous on the continent, with over 200 million people?
  • What is the name of the world's largest hot desert, covering much of North Africa?

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February 9th
Questions
  • What is the rare phenomenon where the Sun is briefly obscured, appearing as a ring of fire in the sky?
  • Which city is located both in Europe and Asia, divided by the Bosphorus strait?
  • What is the name of the world's largest coral reef system, located off the coast of Queensland, Australia?
  • Which famous scientist formulated the three laws of motion, laying the foundation for classical mechanics?
  • What is the name of the highest mountain in North America, located in Alaska?

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February 9th
Questions
  • Which metal element is liquid at room temperature and has the atomic number 80?
  • What is the largest species of penguin, native to Antarctica?
  • In Greek mythology, who is the goddess of wisdom and warfare, often depicted with an owl?
  • What is the world's largest hot desert, covering an area of over 9.4 million square kilometers?
  • Which tree species is the tallest in the world, known for its exceptional height and longevity?

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February 9th
Questions
  • What is the only planet in our solar system that rotates clockwise?
  • What is the driest continent on Earth?
  • What is the longest mountain range in the world, stretching over 7,000 kilometers (4,350 miles)?
  • In which country would you find the Negev Desert, one of the world's most arid regions?
  • Which city is the northernmost capital city in the world?