Normal Science & Technology Quiz


1 - In the name of the disc type, what does CD stand for?

2 - What is approximatively the circumference of the Earth?

3 - Richard Feynman is a famous:

4 - What is the sun expected to become at the end of its life?

5 - Which physical law is behind the idea of a rocket engine?

6 - What are currently the two ways to achieve temperature and pressure required to initiate nuclear fusion?

7 - In the English system of measurement, what was the original value of a yard? (it is now 36 inches)

8 - What is El Nino?

9 - How many pairs of chromosomes does a human usually have?

10 - What are the 4 Galilean Satellites?

11 - Who allegedly invented a mechanism where a pipe fitted in spiral inside a tube will raise water or grain when turned?

12 - Who first observed the moons of Jupiter?

13 - Which of the decimal number below corresponds to the binary number 00101010?

14 - How many dwarf planets are currently recognised by the International Astronomical Union in our solar system?

15 - Chondrites, carbonaceous chondrites, ataxites and hexahedrites are all types of what?

16 - Which of these was NOT the name of a US Spacecraft?

17 - If a car moving at a speed of 50 km/h has a kinetic energy of x, what kinetic energy will it have when moving at 100 km/h?

18 - For what accomplishment did Einstein receive a Physic Nobel Prize?

19 - What does the acronym ASCII stand for?

20 - What element has "H" for symbol?