The Ultimate BrainStuff Fan Quiz

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4 Min Quiz

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About This Quiz

Brainstuff has a question for all you avid listeners: who's the ultimate BrainStuff podcast fan? Find out in this quiz from the BrainStuff podcast.

BrainStuff is hosted by ____________.

BrainStuff is hosted by Marshall Brain, the founder of HowStuffWorks.com.

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Who designed the QWERTY keyboard?

From the episode "How does a QWERTY keyboard work?"

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What is the Strategic Petroleum Reserve?

From the episode "What is the Strategic Petroleum Reserve?"

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The moon looks bigger near the horizon due to an effect called ___________.

While we know the moon doesn't actually change size, the way we perceive it does -- and no one's conclusively figured out how that works. From the episode "Why does the moon look so much bigger when it's near the horizon?"

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The unpleasant odor of stinky feet is caused by _______.

From the episode "Why do feet stink?"

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The substance ____ is often added to table salt.

From the episode "Why do they add iodine to salt?"

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What causes high tides and low tides?

From the episode "What causes high tides and low tides?"

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The Northern Lights are caused by ________.

From the episode "How do the Northern Lights work?"

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Potato chips were invented by _________.

Potato chips were invented by George Crum in 1853. Yum.

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Collagen makes up almost _______ of all the protein in the human body.

From the episode "What exactly is jello made from?"

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The best place to sit in a movie theater is _______.

From the episode "Where's the best place to sit in a movie theater?"

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What is a vactrain?

From the episode "What is a vactrain?"

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