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Q. Who will possibly learn swimming faster-a fat person or a thin person?
A. The fat person displaces more water which will help him float much more freely compared to a thin person.
Q. Why does water remain cold in an earthen pot?
A. There are pores in an earthen pot which allow water to percolate to the outer surface. Here evaporation of water takes place thereby producing a cooling effect.
Q. Why does hard water not lather soap profusely?
A. Hard water contains sulfates and chlorides of magnesium and calcium which forms an insoluble compound with soap. Therefore, soap does not lather with hard water.
Q. To be found in Equador, what is the name of the highest active volcano in the world?
Q. Sun is visible little before actual sunrise , because of which phenomenon?
A. Atmospheric Refraction
Q. What is willy willy?
A. A Tropical Cyclone at North West Australia
Q. Where is Taylor Valley?
Q. Which is the Largest Continent?
Q. Where is the Largest Park in the world?
A. The Wood Buffalo National Park in Alberta, Canada
Q. Where is the Largest Zoo in the World?
A. Kruger National Park, South Africa
Q. Which is the Highest waterfalls in the World?
A. Angel Falls, Venezuela
Q. What is a blue moon?
A. Second full moon in a calendar month. 'Once in a Blue Moon' is a common way of saying not very often, but what exactly is a Blue Moon? According to the popular definition, it is the second Full Moon to occur in a single calendar month. The average interval between Full Moons is about 29.5 days, while the length of an average month is roughly 30.5 days. This makes it very unlikely that any given month will contain two Full Moons, though it does sometimes happen. On average, there will be 41 months that have two Full Moons in every century, so you could say that once in a Blue Moon actually means once every two-and-a-half years.