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"Apiology" is the scientific study of what?
c. Honey Bees
Which of the following elements has the lowest atomic mass?
"Black Holes and Time Warps - Einstein's Outrageous Legacy" is a popular science book by whom?
a. Anil Ananthaswamy
b. Stephen Hawking
c. Leonard Susskind
d. Kip S. Thorne
For what discovery did Albert Einstein get the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921?
a. Cosmological constant
b. The photoelectric effect
c. Brownian motion
d. Special relativity
Pneumonia affects which part of the human body?
The "Greater Siren" is a type of which animal?
What element has the Atomic number thirteen on the Periodic Table?
Neurologists are doctors who diagnose and treat problems with what part of the human body?
a. Digestive system
Which of these has a higher number on the "Mohs Scale"?
Who became the 1st woman to win a Nobel Prize, and the only woman to win in two different fields?
a. Janaki Ammal
b. Marie Curie
c. Rachel Carson
d. Barbara McClintok
Who is credited for having discovered the "Law of Refraction" in 1621?
a. Willebrord Snellius
b. Alfred Wallace
c. Humphry Davy
d. Robert Boyle
Who wrote the seminal work "A Brief History of Time"?
a. Roger Penrose
b. Carl Sagan
c. Albert Einstein
d. Stephen Hawking
The medical specialty field of "Angiology" deals with what diseases?
a. Respiratory system
c. Circulatory system
d. Digestive system
Brass is a metallic alloy that is made from copper and what other chemical element?
Nicolaus Copernicus believed that the size of each planet's orbit depended on its distance from what?
c. Milky Way
d. North Star
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