OK, this quiz IS hard
This is not like those other 'impossible' quizzes.
What is the square root of 81,672,354?
What is the capital of Nunavut?
Where the ^%#&* is Nunavut?
How wide would Frank's 2000 Inch TV be?
Wide enough to block out the noonday sun.
1,743 1/8 Inches
44 Yards, 1 Foot, 4 Inches
Who's Frank and where did he get that TV????
How far is 25 AUs?
About 158,925 km
Exactly 9,460,730,472,580.8 km
About 3,739,950,000 km
2 and 1/2 blocks
Where would you find a pisiform?
In your hand.
Under a bridge.
In the men's room.
In a plastic-molding factory.
In a radiator repair shop.
What do Perl, Ruby, Lisp, Simula, and Python have in common?
They are all expensive European cars.
They all have vowels in their names.
They are all programming languages.
They are all gems found in Africa.
You count to 65,535 and have to start over again, why?
Someone interrupts you.
There are only 65,535 steps in Fenway Park.
You are counting in 16 bit binary.
Nobody ever told you what comes after 65,535.
You run out of windows in the Empire State Building.
If you are taking a trip to Bahrain, where are you going?
A city in Mexico.
An island in the Persian Gulf.
A small country by Austria.
A star in the Pleiades cluster.
If someone asked to barrow 25 quatloos from you, where would you be?
In South America.
At a Star Trek Convention.
In my back yard.
Alpha Centauri is the closest star to Earth.
the fear of causing a chain reaction.
the fear of growing.
the fear of looking up.
the fear of loosing too much weight.
The LED lights on a Christmas Tree are never constantly on.
What is a common use for Flux?
Time travel in a Delorean.
Help soldering two wires together.
Making multi-grain bread.
Lighting a lightbulb.
How many planets are there in the Solar System?