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Hard General Knowledge Trivia Questions

Q: Electronic music producer Kygo's popularity skyrocketed after a certain remix. Which song did he remix?

A: Ed Sheeran - I See Fire

Q: What type of dog is 'Handsome Dan', the mascot of Yale University?

A: Bulldog

Q: What is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?

A: 24 MPH

Q: Before the 19th Century, the "Living Room" was originally called the...

A: Parlor

Q: What year was Queen Elizabeth II born?

A: 1926

Q: What is the romanized Arabic word for "moon"?

A: Qamar

Q: Which musician has collaborated with American producer Porter Robinson and released the 2016 song "Shelter"?

A: Madeon

Q: Which of the following languages does NOT use gender as a part of its grammar?

A: Turkish

Q: What year was the RoboSapien toy robot released?

A: 2004

Q: According to Fair Works Australia, how long do you have to work to get Long Service Leave?

A: 7 years

Q: TRUE OR FALSE - Stagecoach owned "South West Trains" before losing the rights to FirstGroup and MTR in March of 2017.

A: TRUE

Q: Virtual reality company Oculus VR lost which of it's co-founders in a freak car accident in 2013?

A: Andrew Scott Reisse

Q: TRUE OR FALSE - Spoon theory is a theory, utilizing "Spoons" as a metaphor for energy they can use in a day.

A: TRUE

Q: In flight systems, what does the initialism "TCAS" stand for?

A: Traffic Collision Avoidance System

Q: If someone said "you are olid", what would they mean?

A: You smell extremely unpleasant.

Q: Named after the mallow flower, mauve is a shade of what?

A: Purple

Q: Chartreuse is a color between yellow and what?

A: Green

Q: Nephelococcygia is the practice of doing what?

A: Finding shapes in clouds

Q: If you planted the seeds of Quercus robur, what would grow?

A: Trees

Q: How many notes are there on a standard grand piano?

A: 88

Hard Geography Trivia Questions

Q: What country is not a part of Scandinavia?

A: Finland

Q: Which country is completely landlocked by South Africa?

A: Lesotho

Q: Which of the following Inuit languages was the FIRST to use a unique writing system not based on the Latin alphabet?

A: Inuktitut

Q: Where is the Luxor Hotel & Casino located?

A: Paradise, Nevada

Q: Which is the largest freshwater lake in the world?

A: Lake Superior

Q: Where is the fast food chain "Panda Express" headquartered?

A: Rosemead, California

Q: The Hunua Ranges is located in...

A: New Zealand

Q: Which country was NOT formerly part of Yugoslavia?

A: Albania

Q: What is the official German name of the Swiss Federal Railways?

A: Schweizerische Bundesbahnen

Q: What city is known as the Rose Capital of the World?

A: Tyler, Texas

Q: What is the name of rocky region that spans most of eastern Canada?

A: Canadian Shield

Q: What is the tallest mountain in Canada?

A: Mount Logan

Q: When does Finland celebrate their independence day?

A: December 6th

Q: What is the second-largest city in Lithuania?

A: Kaunas

Q: In which country is Tallinn located?

A: Estonia

Q: TRUE OR FALSE - The two largest ethnic groups of Belgium are Flemish and Walloon.

A: TRUE

Q: The emblem on the flag of the Republic of Tajikistan features a sunrise over mountains below what symbol?

A: Crown

Q: The Maluku islands (informally known as the Spice Islands) belong to which country?

A: Indonesia

Hard History Trivia Questions

Q: When did the French Revolution begin?

A: 1789

Q: Which naval battle was considered the turning point of the Pacific Ocean Theater during World War 2?

A: Battle of Midway

Q: In the year 1900, what were the most popular first names given to boy and girl babies born in the United States?

A: John and Mary

Q: Spain was formed in 1469 with the marriage of Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of what other Iberian kingdom?

A: Aragon

Q: TRUE OR FALSE - Joseph Stalin's real name was Ioseb Bessarionis dze Dzugashvili.

A: TRUE

Q: What age was King Henry V when he died?

A: 35

Q: On which day did ARPANET suffer a 4 hour long network crash?

A: 29521

Q: What did the first vending machines in the early 1880's dispense?

A: Post cards

Q: When did Canada leave the confederation to become their own nation?

A: July 1st, 1867

Q: Bohdan Khmelnytsky was which of the following?

A: Leader of the Ukrainian Cossacks

Q: During the Roman Triumvirate of 42 BCE, what region of the Roman Republic was given to Lepidus?

A: Hispania

Q: What was the real name of the Albanian national leader Skanderbeg?

A: Gjergj Kastrioti

Q: What year was the United States Declaration of Independence signed?

A: 1776

Q: During the Spanish Civil War (1936), Francisco Franco fought for which political faction?

A: Nationalist Spain

Q: What was found in 1946 by two young shepards near a cave?

A: Dead Sea Scrolls

Q: TRUE OR FALSE - The USS Missouri (BB-63) last served in the Korean War.

A: FALSE

Q: How long did the Warsaw Uprising during World War II last?

A: 63 Days

Q: What was the original name of New York City?

A: New Amsterdam

Q: What was the name of the German offensive operation in October 1941 to take Moscow before winter?

A: Operation Typhoon

Q: Which of the following was not one of Joseph Stalin's ten blows during World War II?

A: Vistula-Oder Offensive

Q: In addition to his career as an astrologer and "prophet", Nostradamus published a 1555 treatise that included a section on what?

A: Making jams and jellies

Q: Which King of England was faced with the Peasants' Revolt in 1381?

A: Richard II

Q: The ancient city of Chichén Itzá was built by which civilization?

A: Mayans

Q: Which countries participated in the Lobster War?

A: France and Brazil

Q: Who assassinated President James A. Garfield?

A: Charles Guiteau

Hard Science & Nature Trivia Questions

Q: On the Beaufort Scale of wind force, what wind name is given to number 8?

A: Gale

Q: All of the following human genetic haplogroup names are shared between Y-chromosome and mitochondrial DNA haplogroups EXCEPT:

A: Haplogroup U

Q: TRUE OR FALSE - It was once believed that injecting shark cartilage into people would prevent them from contracting cancer.

A: TRUE

Q: If you planted the seeds of Quercus robur what would grow?

A: Trees

Q: Which one of these is scientific term for "Brain Freeze"?

A: Sphenopalatine Ganglioneuralgia

Q: A comet's gaseous envelope (which creates the tail) is called what?

A: The coma

Q: The core of the Sun can reach which temperature?

A: 27° Million F (15° Million C)

Q: What nucleotide pairs with guanine?

A: Cytosine

Q: What does the term "isolation" refer to in microbiology?

A: The separation of a strain from a natural, mixed population of living microbes

Q: How much radiation does a banana emit?

A: 0.1 Microsievert

Q: What is the unit of electrical inductance?

A: Henry

Q: Muscle fiber is constructed of bundles small long organelles called what?

A: Myofibrils

Q: Which of the following is NOT a word used to describe an earthquake?

A: Drop-slide

Q: Where is the Gluteus Maximus muscle located?

A: Butt

Q: What is the scientific name for the extinct hominin known as "Lucy"?

A: Australopithecus Afarensis

Q: Which of the following is the term for "surgical complications resulting from surgical sponges left inside the patient's body?

A: Gossypiboma

Q: Coulrophobia is the irrational fear of what?

A: Clowns

Q: Which scientific unit is named after an Italian nobleman?

A: Volt

Q: How many protons are in an oxygen atom?

A: Eight

Q: The word "science" stems from the word "scire" meaning what?

A: To know