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What delta-winged supersonic transport is the fastest passenger
A: The Concorde.
What comet was first sighted by the
Chinese in 240 B.C.?
A: Halley's Comet.
What does "SPF" mean on sunscreen containers?
A: Sun Protection factor.
What M-word is defined as "a device that changes sound into
What brand became the first sugar-free sugar substitute, in
A: Sweet'n Low.
What colorless gas is essential in the production of fertilizers
and light bulbs?
What weapon did German gunsmith August Kotter unload on the world
A: The rifle.
What explosive jelly is combined with gasoline to make incendiary
What did Dr. Heinrich Dreser hype as a non addictive substitute
for morphine in 1898?
What tool did astronomer Rodger Thompson say is "fundamentally
altering our view of the universe"?
A: The Hubble telescope.
What did the Nimbus-7 satellite monitor changes in the depth of?
A: The ozone layer.
What body part is low-density lipoprotein most likely to clog?
What's wire rope most often called?
What was the short word for "Infantile Paralysis" on
of Dimes posters?
What book did Christians often place on their foreheads to cure
insomnia in medieval times?
A: The Bible.
What are you shopping for it you're sized up by a Brannock
What's the most common automotive essential that is measured in
terms of its viscosity?
What did 18th-century chemist Antoine Lavoisier prove was a
compound of hydrogen and oxygen?
What objects are studied in what enthusiasts call "ufology"?
A: Unidentified flying objects.
Who's known in the shrink biz as "Weird Beard"?
A: Sigmund Freud.
What's the unit of capacity for fuel wood?
A: A cord.
How many of every ten coffee beans in USDA approved coffee can be
moldy, insect-infested or insect-damaged?
What's the English title of Freud's book Traumdeutung?
A: The Interpretation of Dreams.
What celestial objects were once referred to as "hairy stars"?
What piece of lumber's actual size is one-and-a-half by
three-and-a-half inches when "surfaced"?
A: A two-by-four.
What's the most common contributor to chronic bronchitis?
What constellation points to the south celestial pole?
A: The Southern Cross.
What's the study of materials at very low temperatures?
What unit of length is derived from the Latin word uncia?
A: The inch.
What country launched Europe's first super-high-speed passenger
What's believed by many to be a satellite of
Neptune that escaped
its primary orbit?
What planet is circled by only two moons?
What artillery weapon was launched upon the world in 400 B.C.?
A: The catapult.
What procedure is performed on an abscess if the dentist thinks
the tooth can be saved?
A: Root canal.
What Greek advised: "Let your food be your medicine, and your
medicine by your food"?
What does an anthropophagic census-taker fear?