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Trivia Quiz Games

If you love fun trivia quizzes and you love to play fun games, then you are going to have real fun. Our online trivia platform can be a great time for anyone to enjoy. It's trivia for seniors, adults, and kids. You can use it for your virtual trivia night, as bar trivia questions, or just to have fun.

Try to beat the timer and get a streak. We all love to play. There is an inner child in all of us. We especially love to play trivia quiz games, as they are fun games that also have a lot of value. When playing trivia, you are having fun while you learn, expanding your general knowledge, and actually becoming smarter.

Chemical Laws Fun Facts

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An important idea in ancient Greek philosophy was that “Nothing comes from nothing.”
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A V8 engine is an eight-cylinder piston engine in which two banks of four cylinders share a common crankshaft and are arranged in a V configuration.
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Light, consisting of photons, have no mass.
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A nuclear bomb is a weapon that suddenly releases the energy in the nucleus of certain types of atoms.
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Epicurus wrote describing the nature of the Universe, that "the totality of things was always such as it is now, and always will be".
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Matter usually exists in one of three states or phases: solid, liquid, or gas. A fourth state, called a plasma, is a state which matter exists without electrons.
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Fusion does not rely upon a chain reaction so there is no chance of a runaway reaction that could lead to a meltdown.
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Fusion produces energy by fusing together two hydrogen isotopes and has the potential to provide an nearly inexhaustible supply of energy.
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The easiest and most readily available exothermic reaction is the one between detergent and water.
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The Scientist Who Discovered the Law of Conservation of Mass, Lavoisier, Was Beheaded During The French Revolution.