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Trivia Part Delta

written by: shimonbentzvi
 
A bunch of pretty hard trivia questions on a variety of interesting topics. Have fun!

Question 1:


Polar bears possess extremely good eyesight, compared to most land animal species.
False
True

Question 2:


In Europe and Latin America, a league is a measurement unit of what physical quantity?
Volume
Speed
Distance
Weight

Question 3:


What English word is widely considered to have the most consonants in a row?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 4:


This notable army officer and renowned general of the Confederate forces during the American Civil War, was the first person to graduate from the oldest military academy in the United States, West Point, with no demerits.
Dwight D. Eisenhower
George Patton
Robert E. Lee
Omar Bradley

Question 5:


Because of his notable achievements as a poet, writer, and independence movement leader, Jose Marti is considered the greatest hero of which country?
Spain
Cuba
Mexico
Argentina

Question 6:


The name of this chemical compound, coined by German-Swiss chemist Christian Friedrich Schönbein in 1840, comes from the Greek word for "smell".
Silicone
Ozone
Aroclor
Osmium

Question 7:


The first automatic electric traffic light with 3 colors was installed in Detroit, Michigan in what year?
1885
1850
1942
1920

Question 8:


From 1904 to 1918, American vaudevilles often showed an act called "The Six Musical Mascots", which featured a mother and her five sons singing, playing instruments, acting and doing a lot of comedy. What was this popular family's name?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 9:


The original name of which city is translated as "The Great City of Angels”?
Los Angeles
Vadodara
Bangkok
Bogotá

Question 10:


Three of these religious organisations are notorious for their suicides motivated by religious and spiritual beliefs. Mark the odd one.
Order of the Solar Temple
THC Ministry
Heaven's Gate
Peoples Temple

 


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