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2/2/23

[Answer] If you are at zero degrees latitude and zero degrees longitude, what ocean are you in?

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If you are at zero degrees latitude and zero degrees longitude, what ocean are you in?


  • Atlantic Ocean:Cartographers have divided up the earth into a grid of imaginary lines that run both north and south (latitude) and east and west (longitude). Zero degrees latitude is the line designating the Equator and divides the Earth into two equal hemispheres (north and south). Zero degrees longitude is an imaginary line known as the Prime Meridian. If you look at their intersection on a map, you will see that it falls in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of western Africa. The closest country to 0°, 0° is the African country of Ghana.



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[Answer] Which word does not appear anywhere in the United States Constitution?

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Which word does not appear anywhere in the United States Constitution?


  • Democracy:Many would be surprised to hear that neither the Constitution nor the Declaration of Independence contain the word "democracy." That's because the Founding Fathers never intended for the United States to become a democratic nation. Instead, they established a republic, a form of government in which voters elect representatives to make decisions on their behalf. The Founding Fathers believed that a republic was the ideal form of government to protect the liberties of citizens and ensure that all voices were represented. Today, the terms "republic" and "democracy" are frequently used interchangeably.



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2/1/23

[Answer] The band Pearl Jam originally named itself after which NBA basketball player?

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The band Pearl Jam originally named itself after which NBA basketball player?


  • Mookie Blaylock:In 1990, a new band from Seattle played their first concert under the name Mookie Blaylock, a name chosen when Blaylock’s basketball card wound up in the tape case of one of their early demos. The band even titled their first album "Ten," after Mookie Blaylock’s basketball uniform number. Mookie Blaylock ultimately signed with Epic Records and changed their name to Pearl Jam. In an early promotional interview, Eddie Vedder said that the name "Pearl Jam" was a reference to his great-grandmother Pearl, who had a special recipe for peyote-laced jam.



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[Answer] What iconic sitcom did actress Cindy Williams star in?

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What iconic sitcom did actress Cindy Williams star in?


  • Laverne & Shirley:Cindy Williams, the actress best known for her role on the long-running sitcom “Laverne & Shirley,” has died. She was 75. “Laverne & Shirley,” which ran from 1976 to 1983, starred Cindy Williams and Penny Marshall as two young single women working at a Milwaukee brewery in the 1950s. Williams played Shirley Feeney, an upbeat and demure complement to Penny Marshall’s brash Laverne DeFazio. The show was a spinoff of the hugely popular sitcom “Happy Days.” Before Williams debuted in the role that would most define her career, she was cast in “American Graffiti" and “The Conversation.”



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1/31/23

[Answer] What is the world's loudest land animal, whose deafening cries can be heard up to three miles away?

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What is the world's loudest land animal, whose deafening cries can be heard up to three miles away?


  • Howler Monkey:The howler monkey is the loudest land animal in the world. As the name suggests, howler monkeys howl. Their loud howls can reach up to 140 decibels and travel up to three miles through the dense rain forests. The male's call is typically louder than the female's and is produced by drawing air through a cavity in its enlarged hyoid bone, which helps amplify its voice. Male howler monkeys will use their call to attract females for mating or to frighten other males. They are commonly found in the rainforests of South and Central America.



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