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Extremely Hard Science Quiz Even Einstein would scratch his head!
In the late 1970s, scientists noticed that CFCs were producing seasonal "ozone holes" high above the Antarctic. What sort of radiation does the ozone layer normally block?
Which discipline did Einstein describe as "the poetry of logical ideas"?
Japanese scientists were the first to implant a veggie gene into an animal, when they added what plant to a pig to make it less fatty?
A dog named Peanuts set a world record as the world's smallest living dog when he tipped the scales at just 18 oz. in 1988. What breed was he?
If I've taken up malacology, or perhaps one of its specialties, conchology, what phylum am I interested in?
Insects gather nectar from plants and store it in a special stomach, until it is time to be regurgitated in new form. So, what is honey?
The world's only all-black swans are native to which "down under" country, particularly on the Swan River near Perth?
The sartorius, the longest human muscle, was so named because it is exercised when people in what sartorial occupation cross their legs while at work?
The largest and longest nerve in your body, where is your sciatic nerve?
These are incredibly tough and don't actually break, although a myocardial infarction sure does a lot of damage to it. What?
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