Wow I was looking to give some examples cases and sources etc. But too much to read and weed through, if you are interested do your own research ;)> But I did come across Hemispherectomy, I was not aware of that. Removing one half of the brain (often in severe epilepsy cases) and not in the middle ages or something.. Extraordinary.
To some people shouting "It's April Fools!", no doubt some people who did not get that at first, like me got this quiz as a random selection. Once I "got" it, I was really pleased I'd got to play it, as I might not have selected April Fools Quiz to play based on its tite.
There's however a term used to define the cultural and linguistical ties between Mexico, Central and South America, and even some of the Caribbean countries: Latin America.
(to some extent people might feel that about west and eastern europe aswell, though that gap is closing).
people tend to make subdivisions in their minds. Sometimes it is the same as/overlaps with official terms other times it doesnt. (interestingly the subdivisions are often similar amongst people, as it is done intuitively)
False. Nowhere does the Constitution say that. It says you must be a natural born citizen and provides no definition for that term. Since then, legislation has been passed determining that birth outside the U.S. to an American mother is one way you can be a natural born citizen.
"Ow no!" :D
I spend hours in the attic playing this (that is where the computer was, among a whole bunch of stored mess)
I wrote: "Wall of China" and it didn't accept it. Capital of Turkey is Ankara. Napoleon wasn't extremely short, he was normal for his age, but the men in armies always had to be tall so that's why he rode a horse around them... -.-
PS. I do hope you're just a troll.
It's funny, but sad too, as lots of people, including some intelligent an seemingly well educated people believe these things.
The comments seem to be about 5% aus, 15% uk, 15 % other, and the rest usa to me. ( rough estimates, content of comments matter too, no way of telling were people that only right their score are from. And longer comments are more memorable)
(which indeed leaves 65% for usa which feels about right. Sometimes when you estimate things and you add them up you are over 100 so you need to readjust, but this one worked, even if I had started in reverse order)
This is just my perception, before people make comments about it. I am in no way claiming it is the actual numbers
And it is a serious question, I am curious, not a disagreement @quizmaster
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The leading questions might also be part of the reason some do not realize ALL answers are incorrect. If it is about a subject you know nothing about, how would you know the obvious answer is wrong.Though that applies a bit more to the others in this series. Most of these are suspicious either way. Besides actually the one most argued about, where obama was born, if you dont follow american politics how would you know, where he was, or supposedly was or was not born. And the stalin and perhaps the shark one. Most others smell like a set up
It's like, a metaphor for the human race...
I just love the people that say, some of these questions are wrong!
I guess it's good that idiots makes themselves easily identifiable...
They dont even seem to read the comment ( same thing as they are blaming the person they are commenting of) and immediately feel the urge to scream, you idiot, didnt you see it was all wrong!!
Ok rant over :)
Though I partly agree, reading the comments made me someon uneasy, lets saw someone only realised one or 2 were wrong. And didnt really know too much about the rest. Now they will have false affirmation, imprinting of new wrong info, that those are correct.
Like those, that didnt get it, beforehand might not have know what, if any structure was able to be seen from space, now they might think it is the great wall of china..
"jelly donut" in german: Krapfen (in southern Germany - the only right way IMO), Pfannkuchen (in Berlin), Berliner (rest of Germany)
There are many funny ambiguitys in german e.g. "umfahren" (to run into) is the opposite of "umfahren" (to circumvent)
Have fun with our language
According to the UN, Mexico is in Central America...
Central America is generally considered to range from the southern border of Mexico to the northern border of Colombia. Mexico is, geographically, in "Northern" America. The UN uses this map for organizing data. Perhaps they include Mexico in Central America because its demographics are more culturally linked to the region, but that does not mean Mexico itself is within the common definition of Central America. (Cyprus is culturally European, but geographically Asian, therefore mostly considered Asian.)
Also, the map you are using includes Iran and Afghanistan as "Southern Asia." I doubt many geographers consider either to be so, given "Western Asia" and "Central Asia" are also regions on the map.
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