THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

5 Questions: I Saw the Light

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Despite its name, Equatorial Guinea doesn't lie on the Equator, but just north of it.

Despite its name, Equatorial Guinea doesn't lie on the Equator, but just north of it.

Knight, right?

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It's become a bit of a tradition for the Queen to knight entertainers, sports stars and other people you wouldn't think of calling "Sir." Below are 12 people, some of whom have been knighted, others who haven't received the honour (even if they have been noted in other, lower orders). Can you identify the knights?

5 Questions: Five Questions in a Ro

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John Adams and Thomas Jefferson were the only two men who signed the Declaration of Independence who also went on to become President of the United States.

John Adams and Thomas Jefferson were the only two men who signed the Declaration of Independence who also went on to become President of the United States.

The NFL Cheerleader Quiz

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Now that the NFL season is in full swing, you probably know all of your favorite team’s starters and benchwarmers. How well do you know that other occasionally enjoyable, occasionally annoying part of the organization, though? No, not special teams…the cheerleading squads.

5 Questions: Sweeeet

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Clyde Van Dusen, Paul Jones, George Smith and Joe Cotton all won the same sporting event: the Kentucky Derby. They weren't humans, they were horses.

Clyde Van Dusen, Paul Jones, George Smith and Joe Cotton all won the same sporting event: the Kentucky Derby. They weren't humans, they were horses.

Christopher Walken's Canon of Crap

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In an interview with the New York Times magazine, Christopher Walken said, ''I'm a terrible analyzer of what will be good. 'Whatever I think the outcome is going to be, I'm always wrong.'' One look at his resume shows just how right he is. Of the terrible movies in this quiz, can you identify which ones Walken was in?

5 Questions: Underground

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There are nearly as many inmates in California state prisons as there are in U.S. federal prisons.

There are nearly as many inmates in California state prisons as there are in U.S. federal prisons.

Name the 9 Clue Rooms in 2 Minutes

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You've already proved that you know the Clue characters as surely as if Mrs. White was your kindly old granny and Colonel Mustard was your eccentric uncle. But are you as sharp on the rooms Mr. Boddy may have been killed in? As with the characters quiz, we're talking originals – no rooms from the revamped versions have been included. Good luck!

5 Questions: A Lawman and a Department Store

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Why can’t we find canned broccoli on our grocers' shelves? The canning process requires veggies to be steam pressure cooked at 240-250°F, and while green beans can maintain their vibrant appearance under those conditions, broccoli florets wilt and go m

Why can’t we find canned broccoli on our grocers' shelves? The canning process requires veggies to be steam pressure cooked at 240-250°F, and while green beans can maintain their vibrant appearance under those conditions, broccoli florets wilt and go mushy.

Love Actually

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How well do you remember the film that swept countless girls off their feet?

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