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The highest spot on earth is not Mt. Everest. If we define the "highest spot" as that which is closest to the moon, stars, etc., then Mt. Chimborazo in Ecuador is an incredible 1.5 miles higher due to the oblate spheroid shape of the earth.

The highest spot on earth is not Mt. Everest. If we define the "highest spot" as that which is closest to the moon, stars, etc., then Mt. Chimborazo in Ecuador is an incredible 1.5 miles higher due to the oblate spheroid shape of the earth.

Name the Last 15 Best Pictures

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The 80th Annual Academy Awards were recently presented, and No Country for Old Men won Best Picture. But how well do you remember the 65th through 79th editions? How many Best Picture winners can you name from the last 15 years? When you're done, let us know how you did.

5 Questions: Jenny Take a Ride

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In August of 1883, the initial explosion of Indonesian volcano Krakatoa caused a pressure wave that circled the globe seven times, as recorded by the Royal Society in London, England.

In August of 1883, the initial explosion of Indonesian volcano Krakatoa caused a pressure wave that circled the globe seven times, as recorded by the Royal Society in London, England.

The Office Quiz (U.S. Edition)

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In honor of comedy in the workplace, waste a few minutes of company time with our Office quiz.

5 Questions: Ptui!

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The male satin bower bird, found on the east coast of Australia, builds its bower (ground nest) with twigs and then decorates the nest with blue (sometimes yellow or shiny) objects it finds to attract a mate. Many people who live nearby have found long lo

The male satin bower bird, found on the east coast of Australia, builds its bower (ground nest) with twigs and then decorates the nest with blue (sometimes yellow or shiny) objects it finds to attract a mate. Many people who live nearby have found long lost objects in the bowers such as car keys, toys, clothes pegs etc.

The Music Lawsuits Quiz

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When you’re a big star, everyone wants a piece of your paycheck. See how well you remember the details from some of the strangest rock lawsuits in history.

5 Questions: AMC

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Humans can lose up to 30% of their total blood volume before going into shock.

Humans can lose up to 30% of their total blood volume before going into shock.

Morning Cup of Links: Ask A Slave

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New York's Playground: The Coney Island Quiz

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Today marks the 81st anniversary of the opening of the Cyclone, one of the world's most famous roller coasters. In honor of that coaster, here are 12 questions about Coney Island. How well do you know New York's Playground?

5 Questions: Sign of the Times

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Though dragonflies possess 6 legs like any other insect, they cannot walk.

Though dragonflies possess 6 legs like any other insect, they cannot walk.

The Fictional College Final Exam

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As long as you can find the right DVD, television and film’s fake colleges are always in session. How well do you know your fictitious colleges? Take the quiz to find out your grade.

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