THINK TUESDAY: Practice Round
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Composting is a fantastically eco-friendly way to handle waste, but not all food scraps are created equal. Which of the following might an expert composter advise you not to toss in the pile?29
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Composting is a fantastically eco-friendly way to handle waste, but not all food scraps are created equal. Which of the following might an expert composter advise you not to toss in the pile?
Polio has been with humans since at least 1400 BCE, but it didn't become an epidemic until the early 20th century. The United States was hit especially hard, and the virus impacted even the highest office. Which U.S. politician contracted polio years before he successfully ran for president?
Harry S. Truman
Franklin D. Roosevelt
The main advantage of solar sails is that they don't have to use any fuel. What is the name of the type of massless light particle that bounces off a solar sail, moving it through space?
Tutankhamun's tomb was opened by Howard Carter and his team in 1922, dooming forevermore everyone in attendance. Just kidding! But seriously: whose death, occurring the day the tomb was opened, fueled the idea of a curse?
The expedition's financier
Howard Carter's secretary
Howard Carter's canary
A member of the excavation team30sEditDelete
One way to discover you're on the Department of Homeland Security's No Fly list is to try to fly somewhere. A nun was grounded for several months by the TSA until the head of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops contacted the White House. Why was she grounded?
She shares her last name with a man using an alias
She'd been on peace marches
She wrote a blog criticizing government
She was a whistleblower30sEditDelete
In 2013, Texas state senator Wendy Davis filibustered to block the passage of an abortion bill. For around how many hours did she speak?
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