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Questions & Answers on General Knowledge.
What is the most popular rock and roll song in history?
Because the lyrics in the Kingsmen’s 1963 recording of the song “Louie, Louie” were unintelligible, people thought they were dirty, and although they weren’t, a U.S. congressional investigation assured the song’s enduring success. Since being sold by its author, Richard Berry, for $750 in 1957, “Louie, Louie” has been recorded by nearly one thousand different performers and sold an estimated quarter-billion copies.
How is an egg fertilized?
Is there really a place called Atlantis?
How far does a seabird migrate?
Do insects lay their eggs in a nest?
Which planet could melt metal?
How does an electric guitar amplify the sound from the strings?
Are all insect eggs round and smooth?
What about the boneless fish?
How does nuclear energy work to make a city run?
Did Napoleon inspire other leaders?
What is a hurricane?
How are magnets made and what are they made of?
Is it possible to live in space?
Why when you play baseball is it easier to hit a home run off a fast ball than off a slow ball?
When a lacrosse stick acts as a lever, does it convert a big force to a small one or vice versa?
When do I send greenhouse gases in the air, and how can I make a difference?
Did the English monarchy encourage sailors to find new territories?
Why do people get married?
How did pumpernickel bread get its name?
What does a turtle eat?
What is a storm surge?
What is the hum you hear when walking under large power lines?
What makes canines good hunters?
A bird lands on an uninsulated 10,000 volt power line. Will it become extra crispy?
Did ancient Man believe in religion?
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Science Experiments Ideas
Fill a glass to overflowing with water and lay a postcard on it. Support the card with one hand, turn the glass upside down and remove your hand from the card. it remains on the glass, and allows no water to escape.With a glass of normal height, a weight of water of about 2 ounces presses on each square inch of card. On the other hand the pressure of air from below is about one hundred times as great on each square inch, and presses the card so firmly against the glass that no air can enter at the side and so no water can flow out.