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One person asks a question. Second person answers that question and asks another question. Third person answers the question of a second person and asks the third question, and so on and on….

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  • ·         Ask questions with clear and short (no longer than one sentence) answers only.
  • ·         Any subject is available: science, literature, music, politics, history, pop-culture, trivia etc.
  • ·         No questions with ‘yes/no’ answers.
  • ·         No personal opinion questions (‘what do you think about…’, ‘do you like…’,etc.)
  • ·         If you don’t know the answer to the question, but wanna answer it – google the question, look in the dictionary, ask friends, etc. Don’t guess.
  • ·         No ‘I don’t know’, ‘Maybe’ answers. Real facts only.
  • ·         Post the answer and a new question only. No outside information and comments.

 

The point of the Game: be creative, learn something new and have fun!

 

 

 

Q: What is the name of the author of the Gaia Hypothesis (Gaia Theory)?



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A: James Lovelock formulated the Gaia Hypothesis and was co-devoloped by Lynn Margulis.

Q: When was the term Vegan coined?

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A: The term "vegan" is accredited to the English founder of the Vegan Society, Donald Watson, in 1944. He wished to draw a difference between mainstream vegetarianism and this stricter lifestyle by taking the "atari" out of vegetarian.

Q: What is the primary diet of a narwhal (Monodon monoceros)?



-- Edited by Waltz on Sunday 21st of August 2011 09:09:38 AM

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A: Halibut

Q: What is kT = hbar g / (2 pi c) = hbar c / (4 pi rs)?

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A: Hawking radiation has a blackbody spectrum with temperature T, where k is Boltzmann's constant.

Q: What is the song written by Pixies, performed by Placebo and used in the movie 'Fight club'?

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A: "Where Is My Mind"

Q: What is the population of the world's largest metropolitan area?

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A: Tokyo, Japan: 32,450,000
Q: How did Melanie Thornton die?



-- Edited by Tracey DeHaven on Tuesday 30th of August 2011 01:54:35 AM

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-and the population is 32,450,000 (4,049 people per sq km).

A: Thornton died in a plane crash of the Crossaire Flight 3597, near Zurich, Switzerland, on the night of November 24, 2001.

Q: Who was the most faithful and favored general to Alexander the Great during his eastern expeditions?

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A: General Coenus.

Q: A drink, which was called 'the Wine of Araby' by Europeans in sixteenth century, and which is very common nowadays?

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Since no one else is answering, I guess I will... X)

A: Coffee!

Q: Robert Frost's poem, "Acquainted with the Night", first appeared in which American literary magazine?



-- Edited by Waltz on Wednesday 12th of October 2011 01:04:33 PM

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A: The Virginia Quarterly Review?
It was published in his West-Running Brook collection.

Q: Who was the recipient of the prestigious 2011 Excellence in Journalism and Outstanding Contributions to the Pet Industry Award?



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A: Victoria Stilwell (?)

Q: On what date did Sergei Rachmanoniff finish the composition of his Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor, Op. 30 ("Rach 3")?

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A: September 23, 1909.

Q: A style detail that was brought into fashion by both Queen Victoria and Pope Pius V?

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