Science Trivia Questions VIIFree Trivia Questions - Printable
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As part of the Manhattan Project, what did Enrico Fermi produce in
a basement squash court under Stagg Field at the University of Chicago?
About 80 percent of the world's earthquakes and many of the worst
volcanoes are found along the Ring of Fire around what body of water?
What element is symbolized by a K, because it was named for "kalium", the Arabic word for
In 1901, something peculiar was discovered off the Greek island of
Antikythera. It was an ancient version of what object?
Now found mostly in high school science classes and horror movies,
what electrostatic generator was invented as a kind of particle accelerator?
In the 1040s, Bi Sheng invented something, getting a 400-year jump
on a goldsmith from Mainz. What was it?
If, per the title of the Jules Verne book, you really were "20,000
Leagues Under the Sea," how far down would you be?
The first person in space who was neither a Soviet nor an American
citizen was Vladimir Remek, who went up in 1978. What country was he from?
As the ancient Listerine ad campaign warned us, what is
Immune to its host's poison, what funny fish hides among the sea
If you're leaking lacrimal fluid, what part of your body is it
In addition to being a field of mathematics, "calculus" also refers
to what dental condition?
What drug did chemists at Pfizer discover while looking for a way
to treat heart disease?
Based on the volume of a typical barrow, New York state wildlife
expert Richard Thomas calculated how much a woodchuck could chuck (if, of course, it could chuck wood). How
The Disney documentary "White Wilderness" popularized the myth that
what creature has a suicidal urge to leap en masse into the ocean?
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