Do You Know
Questions & Answers on General Knowledge.

Does ice melt faster in air or in water?
Ice will melt fastest in whatever delivers heat to it fastest. In general that will be water because water conducts heat and carries heat better than air. But extremely hot air, such as that from a torch, will beat out very cold water, such as ice water, in melting the ice.
--- >>>
More Questions:
  • Why do whales have holes on their heads?
  • Is it possible to make a visible laser beam fade after 2 or 3 feet for safety reasons?
  • What was Renaissance literature about?
  • What was special about the colony in Australia?
  • Did all ancient Romans wear togas?
  • Why do mice cry red tears?
  • I am twelve years old and weigh 85 pounds. How much helium would it take to lift me off the ground?
  • What is torque?
  • I didn't understand how a car (or wagon) starts its motion.
  • Why did the Mesopotamians build boats?
  • How did tennis get the terms seeded and love?
  • How did the Civil War end?
  • When you throw a ball upward, what force pushes it upward?
  • What are the most famous architectural structures in Asia?
  • How long does Mercury take to orbit the Sun?
  • Could you slow down the molecules to cool food quickly instead of heating it up?
  • What is cyberbullying?
  • Why does a badminton birdie have such a large tip? Does making it bigger protect the racket?
  • Why does the Moon appear crescentshaped at times?
  • What do the terms critical, sub-critical and super-critical mass really mean?
  • How do the 2" diagonal color LCD screens used in some of the new digital video cameras work?
  • What is a town meeting?
  • What is the Sahara known for?
  • What is Planet X?
  • What is the difference between bacteria and viruses?
  • Tales of Hitopadesha
  • Water Requirement Calculator
  • 101 Ideas to Bust your Boredom
  • Body Frame Finder
  • Srimad Bhagavad Gita
  • Body Mass Index

  • Chourishi Systems