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trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 9, text: Who was the artist who reappeared after hiatus during the 1970s?, correct: Bob Dylan, incorrect: Elton John,John Lennon,David Bowie, fun fact: Bob Dylan stopped performing in the year 1966 when he had a motorcycle accident. When he reappeared during the 1970s, his voice even got better and made his life worth living again through his poetry and music.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 9, text: Which of the planets in our solar system are also known as "Ice Giants"?, correct: Neptune and Uranus., incorrect: Mars and Jupiter,Venus and Mercury ,Saturn and Earth, fun fact: Uranus and Neptune are known as the "Ice Giants." They are much colder, mainly since their big distance from the sun. They have a higher abundance of atmospheric water and ice molecules. ,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 9, text: Aristotle was a student of?, correct: Plato, incorrect: Newton,Einstein,Galileo, fun fact: Aristotle was a student of Plato, who lived from 384 to 322 BC, at the academy in Athens, which was an institution that mainly researches philosophy, science, and mathematics.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 9, text: Who is the author of the book "The Giving Tree"?, correct: Shel Silverstein, incorrect: Eric Carle,Dr. Seuss,Robert McCloskey, fun fact: One of the best-known titles, “The Giving Tree,” is a book by Sheldon Allan Silverstein. It was first published in 1964.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 9, text: The Union soldiers called the Southern fighters "Rebels." What were the Northern soldiers called by the South?, correct: Yankees, incorrect: Doughboys,Grunts,Dogfaces, fun fact: The term "Yankees" was used by the British before to insult the colonial American soldiers through the song "Yankee Doodle." But during the Civil War, it was the term Southerners used for the Union's fighters.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 9, text: Name the mega-selling writer who has written “Deception Point”?, correct: Dan Brown, incorrect: Alan Jacobson,Steve Berry,Douglas Preston, fun fact: Daniel Gerhard Brown, popularly known as Dan Brown, is an American author who has written the famous thriller Deception Point.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 9, text: How many states formed the Confederacy?, correct: 11, incorrect: 20,24,15, fun fact: In the war, 11 states left the Union to form the Confederacy. One hope of the Confederate leaders was that foreign powers would recognize their cause and come to their aid. Said countries opted to remain "neutral," although there were supplies given.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 9, text: Who introduced the term "Scientist"?, correct: William Whewell, incorrect: Aristotle,Plato,Isaac Newton, fun fact: William Whewell coined the term "scientist" in order to replace the term "cultivators of science" at Cambridge University in 1834. Whewell was a historian and philosopher of science.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 9, text: What songs appeared in the Billboard Hot 100 Chart?, correct: Dancing Queen, Hotel California, Blinded by the Light, You Light Up my Life, incorrect: My Sharona and God Save the Queen,Heroes, Imagine,Bohemian Rhapsody, Don’t Go Breaking my Heart, fun fact: The songs Dancing Queen, Hotel California, Blinded by the Light, and You Light up my life were in the charts in 1977. The songs all ended up #1.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 9, text: What was the music style that defined the 70s?, correct: Disco, incorrect: Jazz,Punk Rock,Soul, fun fact: Disco also heavily influenced the fashion of the 70s. Although Disco was short-lived, the 70s is continuously remembered as the decade of Disco music hits.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 9, text: Not all Northern politicians favored war with the South. What name was given to politicians such as these?, correct: Copperheads, incorrect: Doughboys,Gerrymanders,Highbinders, fun fact: They were called "copperheads" in reference to the poisonous snakes that could suddenly strike. Many of these politicians had family roots or business interests in the South.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 9, text: What song was considered the most popular?, correct: God Save the Queen, incorrect: Stayin’ Alive,Dancing Queen,My Sharona, fun fact: The song God Save the Queen was by the band Sex Pistols. The band was formed in 1975 and was responsible for the punk rock movement in the UK.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 9, text: Who were two of the iconic artists that became popular in the 70s?, correct: Elton John, Jackson 5, incorrect: The Beatles, Freddie Mercury,Diana Ross, Johnny Cash, Pink Floyd,Louis Armstrong, ABBA, Bee Gees, Neil Diamond, fun fact: As the 70s saw the rise of iconic artists, like Michael Jackson from Jackson 5, it also saw the setting of an era. The Beatles disbanded in the 70s.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 9, text: Who were the iconic bands of the 1970s?, correct: Queen, incorrect: Led Zeppelin,Jackson 5,The Beatles, fun fact: Queen is proof that not all rock bands are school dropouts. All the members of Queen, except for lead singer Freddie Mercury, have post-graduate degrees.
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