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The Ultimate Stuff From The Science Lab Fan Quiz
by Staff
Stuff from the Science Lab has a question for all you avid listeners: who's the ultimate fan? Find out in this Stuff from the Science Lab quiz.

Stuff from the Science Lab is hosted by:

  • Allison and Robert
  • Sarah and Scott
  • Allison and Chuck
  • Chris and Josh

April 18th is informally known as ______.

  • Velociraptor Awareness Day
  • Peruvian Independence Day
  • The birthday of Nicola Tesla
  • T-Rex Awareness Day

Dolphins use ______ to navigate underwater.

  • sonar
  • aquatic sonar
  • echolocation
  • bioradiation

In the future, astronauts may build ____ mines on the moon.

  • selenium
  • diamond
  • silver
  • helium-3

___ is the technique used to store human bodies at low temperatures, with hopes of eventually reviving them in the future.

  • cryonics
  • algology
  • cryogenics
  • cryotronics

NEA stands for:

  • Near-Earth Asteroids
  • Near-Earth Asphyxiation
  • Non-Evident Astronomy
  • Nuclear Energy Accretion

Bats across the Northeastern United States are dying of a disease called _____.

  • ichthyoids
  • blue-eye syndrome
  • TR-9
  • white-nose syndrome

By 1926, there were more than ____ European rabbits throughout Australia.

  • 20 million
  • 30 million
  • 10 billion
  • 2 billion

Allison is the science editor at HowStuffWorks.com.

  • TRUE
  • FALSE

Roughly __ percent of the human population is left-handed.

  • 15 percent
  • 10 percent
  • 20 percent
  • 25 percent

Komodo dragons are found in _____.

  • Indonesia
  • Papua New Guinea
  • The Falkland Islands
  • Guam

To discredit Tesla's alternating current, Thomas Edison publicly electrocuted ____.

  • a turtle named Jennifer
  • a gazelle named Howard
  • an elephant named Topsy
  • a narwhal named Slappy