True or False: if you folded a piece of paper in half 42 times, it would reach to the moon.
True or False: American fighter planes once dropped a nuclear bomb near the state of Georgia.
In 1925, an American con-man managed to pull off an outrageous scam when he “sold” which world-famous landmark to a misinformed buyer?
Before we knew better, Heroin used to be prescribed over-the-counter as...
Human fingerprints are virtually indistinguishable from those of which animal?
Which country is famous for being so literate, that 1 in 10 people there will publish a book in their lifetime?
What is the only species of bird that can fly backwards?
True or False: diamonds are incredibly rare in the rest of the universe. They basically only appear on Earth.
Which of these animals actually has three hearts?
Which of these food items will basically never spoil or become inedible?
From the moment it was discovered, to the time it was declassified as a planet, how many times did Pluto orbit the sun?
Surprisingly , Lewis and Clark were asked by President Thomas Jefferson to search for…
How many countries lie between North Korea and Finland?
For about 600 years, until around the 14th century, the official language of Britain was...
Which of these fruits is NOT technically a berry?
What is the national animal of Scotland?
Which was around first: Oxford University, or the Aztec Empire?
A blue whale’s heart is roughly the size of...
Before we bred them to be orange, carrots were naturally...
What is the closest US state to Africa?
Hippopotamus milk is naturally what color?
In 1898, an American writer named Morgan Robertson wrote a mildly popular novel called the Wreck of the Titan, which accidentally predicted which event?
Which country has a flag with a design that contains the flags of six other countries? (Hint: the countries are Finland, France, Indonesia, Netherlands, Poland, and Thailand.)
True or False: a can of Diet Coke will float… even though a can of regular Coke won’t.
Peanuts are not actually nuts. They are technically...
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