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Question of the Day | Science – Moon Volcanoes

Which moon in the solar system has the most active volcanoes?

Which moon in the solar system has the most active volcanoes?  Somewhere around the world, there are likely about 20 active volcanoes erupting at this very moment. 

Question of the Day | Music – AC/DC Origins

Famous rock band, AC/DC got their name from the initials "AC/DC" on the back of what object?

Famous rock band, AC/DC got their name from the initials “AC/DC” on the back of what object?  In 1989, the US military blared AC/DC music at General Manuel Noriega’s compound in Panama for two continuous days until his surrender.

Question of the Day | Science – Twins

IN ADDITION TO FINGER PRINTS, WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING BODY PARTS IS COMMONLY USED TO TELL IDENTICAL TWINS APART BECAUSE IT IS NOT DETERMINED BY GENETICS?

In addition to finger prints, Which of the following body parts is commonly used to tell identical twins apart because it is not determined by genetics? What sounds like kids’ babbling could actually be cryptophasia, a language developed between twins that only they can understand.

Question of the Day | Inventions – Typewriter

The first typewriter was initially called what?

The first typewriter was initially called what? Christopher Latham Sholes invented the QWERTY keyboard and is also credited with having a hand in creating the first typewriter.

Question of the Day | People – Elvis’ Last Words

Elvis Presley's last words were, “I'm going to the ______ to read."

Elvis Presley’s last words were, “I’m going to the ______ to read.” Marie Antoinette stepped on her executioner’s foot on her way to the guillotine. Her last words: “Pardonnez-moi, monsieur.”

Question of the Day | Words – Most Definitions

According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Which word in the English language has the most definitions, coming in at 430?

According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Which word in the English language has the most definitions, coming in at 430? “I am” is often considered the shortest complete sentence to contain both a subject and a predicate in the English language.

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