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Who is considered as the "Father of Geometry"?
The oldest parliamentary democracy in the world is?
When was Lord Buddha born? As in, which century?
560 BC (6th Century BC)
Alexander the Great found which city in Egypt?
The Japanese parliament is called, what?
Who killed Julius Caesar?
For whom were these words mentioned - He never said a foolish thing, nor ever did a wise one. Hint: He's a British King.
King Charles II
During WWII, a German-Jewish girl was hiding in an attic in Amsterdam. She also wrote a diary which is very popular. What is her name?
The name "Pacific Ocean" was given by whom?
Which is the highest town in the world?
Wenchuan in Tibet. It is 5100m in altitude
Which is the coldest place in the world?
The Pole of Cold in Antarctica. It is -57.8 C
A state in Australia is an island in itself. Which state is this?
Which is the lowest mountain range in the world?
Which is the largest gulf in the world?
Gulf of Mexico
What is the name of the continent where the Sahara desert is?
The Mount Everest is in which country? Here's a hint, it's not India.
Which organ in our body filters blood?
How many planets are there in our solar system? What are they?
8 planets. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune
The "Theory of Relativity" was developed by whom?
What travels lighter and faster than anything? Is it light or sound waves?
The study of plants is called...?
A shape with 8 sides is called what?
The "Theory of Evolution" was developed by which naturalist?
Charles Robert Darwin
An invisible force is responsible for holding us on Earth. This force helps us from falling off. What is this force called?
Which is the longest poem in the world?
Mahabharata. It is 3,000,000 words long
How many lines does a sonnet have?
Which famous freedom fighter wrote "My Experiments with Truth"?
William Shakespeare's play called "Twelfth Night" is also known as?
What You Will
In Arabian Nights, Scheherazade told her stories for how many nights?
The poem "Auld Lang Syne" was written by which Scottish poet?
What is the name of the boy who can fly and refuse to grow up?
Who said this famous quote - Laugh and the world laughs with you. Weep and you weep alone?
Ralph Waldo Emerson
I'm sure that if not all, at least some of the above mentioned questions were easy for you to answer on your own. If you want more questions which you can go over. Hey and if you have any questions that you'd like everyone (or us) to answer, then please feel free to leave us a comment below. Oh and here's another question for you to ponder on. In a pack of cards, total 52 cards, how many eyes will you find? Do you know the answer to this one? Come on, try it. Give up? A total of 42 eyes in 52 cards. Pretty cool, huh?!