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May 4, '05, 8:51 pm
 Marie Join Date: May 16, 2004 Posts: 8,368 Religion: Catholic
Crazy Internet Junkies Useless Trivia and Stuff Thread

Antarctica is 98% ice, 2% barren rock. The average thickness of the ice sheet is 7,200 feet; this amounts to 90% of all the ice and 70% of all the fresh water in the world. If the ice cap were to melt, the sea level would rise by an average of how many feet?

1405 feet
820 feet
230 feet
785 feet
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May 4, '05, 8:58 pm
 Annunciata Forum Elder Prayer WarriorForum Supporter Join Date: May 28, 2004 Posts: 26,168 Religion: Roman Catholic
Re: Crazy Internet Junkies Usless Trivia and Stuff Thread

Q.

Besides "The Courtship of Eddie's Father" and "The Incredible Hulk" what other show starred Bill Bixby?
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May 4, '05, 9:00 pm
 Annunciata Forum Elder Prayer WarriorForum Supporter Join Date: May 28, 2004 Posts: 26,168 Religion: Roman Catholic
Re: Crazy Internet Junkies Usless Trivia and Stuff Thread

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 Originally Posted by Marie Antarctica is 98% ice, 2% barren rock. The average thickness of the ice sheet is 7,200 feet; this amounts to 90% of all the ice and 70% of all the fresh water in the world. If the ice cap were to melt, the sea level would rise by an average of how many feet? 1405 feet 820 feet 230 feet 785 feet
785 feet?
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May 4, '05, 9:00 pm
 Marie Join Date: May 16, 2004 Posts: 8,368 Religion: Catholic
Re: Crazy Internet Junkies Usless Trivia and Stuff Thread

Q.

Who invented a hydraulic device for lifting ships over shoals, was the only US president ever granted a patent.
#5
May 4, '05, 9:03 pm
 Marie Join Date: May 16, 2004 Posts: 8,368 Religion: Catholic
Re: Crazy Internet Junkies Usless Trivia and Stuff Thread

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 Originally Posted by Annunciata Oh goody a Trivia Thread: Q. Besides "The Courtship of Eddie's Father" and "The Incredible Hulk" what other show starred Bill Bixby?
My Favorite Martian
#6
May 4, '05, 9:04 pm
 Marie Join Date: May 16, 2004 Posts: 8,368 Religion: Catholic
Re: Crazy Internet Junkies Usless Trivia and Stuff Thread

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Annunciata 785 feet?
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May 4, '05, 9:06 pm
 Annunciata Forum Elder Prayer WarriorForum Supporter Join Date: May 28, 2004 Posts: 26,168 Religion: Roman Catholic
Re: Crazy Internet Junkies Usless Trivia and Stuff Thread

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Marie My Favorite Martian
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May 4, '05, 9:14 pm
 BLB_Oregon Join Date: July 18, 2004 Posts: 2,941 Religion: Catholic
Re: Crazy Internet Junkies Usless Trivia and Stuff Thread

What relationship between water and ice differs from that of most other pure solvents and their solid form, making life on the planet possible?
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May 4, '05, 9:15 pm
 Marie Join Date: May 16, 2004 Posts: 8,368 Religion: Catholic
Re: Crazy Internet Junkies Usless Trivia and Stuff Thread

Famous Persons Trivia

Q. Who said:

"Education's purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one."
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May 4, '05, 9:18 pm
 BLB_Oregon Join Date: July 18, 2004 Posts: 2,941 Religion: Catholic
Re: Crazy Internet Junkies Usless Trivia and Stuff Thread

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Marie Q. Who invented a hydraulic device for lifting ships over shoals, was the only US president ever granted a patent.
Abraham Lincoln
#11
May 4, '05, 9:21 pm
 Marie Join Date: May 16, 2004 Posts: 8,368 Religion: Catholic
Re: Crazy Internet Junkies Usless Trivia and Stuff Thread

Quote:
 Originally Posted by BLB_Oregon Abraham Lincoln
#12
May 4, '05, 9:24 pm
 ex-mormon Junior Member Join Date: March 12, 2005 Posts: 261 Religion: Catholic
Re: Crazy Internet Junkies Usless Trivia and Stuff Thread

What are the rules, if any, for this game.
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May 4, '05, 9:31 pm
 Marie Join Date: May 16, 2004 Posts: 8,368 Religion: Catholic
Re: Crazy Internet Junkies Usless Trivia and Stuff Thread

Quote:
 Originally Posted by ex-mormon What are the rules, if any, for this game.

#14
May 4, '05, 9:32 pm
 Marie Join Date: May 16, 2004 Posts: 8,368 Religion: Catholic
Re: Crazy Internet Junkies Usless Trivia and Stuff Thread

Quote:
 Originally Posted by BLB_Oregon What relationship between water and ice differs from that of most other pure solvents and their solid form, making life on the planet possible?
I'm googling it, but all I find are BIG IMPORTANT papers on the subject.

#15
May 4, '05, 9:38 pm
 pnewton Forum Elder Join Date: June 1, 2004 Posts: 22,699 Religion: Catholic
Re: Crazy Internet Junkies Usless Trivia and Stuff Thread

Quote:
 Originally Posted by BLB_Oregon What relationship between water and ice differs from that of most other pure solvents and their solid form, making life on the planet possible?
I'll guess for kicks. -
Pierre, S.D.

No really, It expands as it freezes?
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