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Half True Half False II

written by: thaibob
 
Here's number 2 in the Half True Half False series. Of these 20 questions exactly half are true and half are false. These oddities have been around for quite a while. Take your time and don't go crazy counting.

Question 1:


The lower jaw in the human body is movable and the upper jaw is fixed.
False
True

Question 2:


Dolphins can call each other by name.
False
True

Question 3:


Cows produce nearly 100 liters of dung daily.
True
False

Question 4:


Frogs can't swallow without blinking because their eyeballs help push food into their stomachs
True
False

Question 5:


Humans have around 100,000 hairs on their heads while otters have over 200,000 per sq cm.
False
True

Question 6:


Of the first 100 elements in the periodic table, Francium is the rarest and least stable.
False
True

Question 7:


Human skin renews itself completely every 40-50 days.
False
True

Question 8:


Due to gravity the theoretical maximum height of a tree is 100 meters.
False
True

Question 9:


The mouth of a blue whale can hold its own body weight in water.
True
False

Question 10:


Throughout history, man has only pulled out about four olympic sized swimming pools of gold from the Earth.
True
False

Question 11:


An average adult contains 7 quintillion joules of potential energy which is the equivalent of 30 hydrogen bombs.
False
True

Question 12:


The longest animal is a marine worm that can grow to 55 meters.
False
True

Question 13:


The star nosed mole is the fastest eater in the world.
True
False

Question 14:


Ancient Egyptians shaved off their eyebrows to mourn the deaths of their children.
False
True

Question 15:


In one square meter of dirt there can be up to 200 worms.
False
True

Question 16:


If a pillow is 3 years old, 10% of its weight consists of dead skin, mites, and mite dung.
True
False

Question 17:

View the provided image.
The naked mole rat (picture shown) is immune to cancer and can live with almost no oxygen.
True
False


View Image

Question 18:


The technology in one Gameboy exceeds all the computing power used to put man on the moon
False
True

Question 19:


At least three pieces of space junk returns to Earth every day.
False
True

Question 20:


Starfish are fish but killer whales are not whales.
False
True

 


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