Nothing is better than eternal happiness. But a ham sandwich is better than nothing. Therefore, a ham sandwich is better than eternal happiness.
(jk it’s actually a nice quiz and was quite riddling :))
I'm not sure about one of them, though. I always eat dinner before lunch. I eat dinner at around 6 pm, and then lunch at noon the next day.
I don't really understand the Civil War percentage question, even though it was easy to guess.
Does not work. Be real.
I came up with lunch for something you can't eat before lunch, but both this and the written answer don't work if you've eaten either previously. It isn't specified that it must be on the same day.
Amusingly, I figured out the answer to the Moby Dick question correctly, but was trying to figure out the twist for a while.
‘Short’ becomes ‘shorter’ when u add ‘-er’
I still don't understand the twist in the Moby Dick question though...
P.S.: I finally got it. Maybe don't write "Moby Dick" in quotes, for me it means that you actually ask about the title. Possibly because I'm a programmer...
P.P.S.: The question about the dictionary is wrong, most dictionaries don't even contain the word "incorrectly"
The quotation marks around Moby Dick are necessary for that question to work. If the question was asking how many words were in the novel then the quotes shouldn't be there.
As an individual, you can certainly believe things that are contrary to reality; but the fact that flat earthers exist doesn't mean we have to strike our trivia quizzes of questions about the earth's circumference. The fact that (young-earth) creationists exist or that Bible literalists exist doesn't mean we have to ignore reality to accommodate.
Humans are classified as apes. Fact.
Humans being classified as apes does not contradict biblical teaching. Fact.
One can classify humans with apes and still follow biblical teaching. Fact.
Humans are more important than animals, however, because we are the ones with the technological abilities to change entire environments, alter climates, pollute the planet, destroy ecosystems, and drive species to extinction, or to save species, clean up our mess, and preserve and protect our planet.
And yes, humans could not survive without insects. Fact.
However, a good test to see whether humans are more important than other animals is this.
If you had a choice to save a total stranger from certain death, or save your beloved pet grasshopper from certain death, which would you pick?
Human DNA has been shown recently to be closer to 70 or 80 % identical to chimps, rather than 98% as previously thought.
Human DNA is also largely identical to that of other, non-ape species such as bananas.
Humans are still classified as apes though, as we are obviously in that category as opposed to fruits. So maybe don't put too much weight on that argument just yet.
I have lost brain cells trying to figure these questions out
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