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NEWTON’S APPLE
A SCI-TECH QUIZ
teasers
teaser 1
In early 1700s, X shared an inspiring incident with his friend, who later wrote
and included it in X’s biography,...
Answer
Newton’s apple
teaser 2
Astronauts live a tough time up in space since many of their common habits
have restrictions. One of such common ...
Answer
Burping
teaser 3
In the mid-1990s, a video game character designer wanted to make an
interactive movie starring a male character l...
Answer
Lara Croft
prelims
rules
● There are 15 questions, each carrying one point.
● Part points will be given wherever applicable.
● Questions 5, 1...
Question 1
This unique day is celebrated on October 23 by some scientists (more
precisely, chemists) and students all over...
Question 2
Dashuhua is a 500-year-old Chinese tradition that involves throwing molten
iron against cold bricks. Blacksmith...
Question 3
There have been many incidents in the 20th century of people trying to
perform this act (X), including the use ...
Question 4
Enzymes called alliinases break down amino acid sulfoxides and generate
sulfenic acids. A specific sulfenic acid...
Question 5 *
In 2002, June E Botich modified already existing Xs by adding certain entities.
This change was then standardi...
Question 6
This word was coined in the aftermath of a particular event in 2006. In January
2007, the American Dialect Soci...
Question 7
Apple has a policy to safeguard its technicians from any toxic work
environment. For this reason, residue from ...
Question 8
In the mid-1900s, a scientist developing an alternative refrigerant and
sampled few gaseous chemicals in a cont...
Question 9
This gas usually comes handy during Diwali to "light up" you favourite crackers
and diyas. The name of the gas ...
Question 10 *
Scientists in USA have developed new forensic tracking techniques that could
locate lost X from the Nazi Ger...
Question 11
When Bugatti was developing the track focussed production version of the
prototype Le Mans concept car, the ma...
There was a rivalry between two scientists X and Y in the 1880s which came to
be known as “War of the ________”. The resul...
Question 13
The Anti-X party is a Swiss political party whose single objective is to influence
the public and put a stop to...
Question 14
Research suggests that the low but constant representation of a particular
group of people in the population i...
Question 15 *
A certain famous band had earlier stopped touring, stating that they would
only continue when they have come...
answers
Question 1
This unique day is celebrated on October 23 by some scientists (more
precisely, chemists) and students all over...
Answer
Avogadro’s Number
23rd October is celebrated as Mole Day.
Question 2
Dashuhua is a 500-year-old Chinese tradition that involves throwing molten
iron against cold bricks. Blacksmith...
Answer
X - Fireworks
Question 3
There have been many incidents in the 20th century of people trying to
perform this act (X), including the use ...
Answer
X - Fingerprint mutilation
Question 4
Enzymes called alliinases break down amino acid sulfoxides and generate
sulfenic acids. A specific sulfenic acid...
Answer
The reason for why we cry when we cut onions.
Question 5 *
In 2002, June E Botich modified already existing Xs by adding certain entities.
This change was then standardi...
answer
Reason why F and J have a bump on a keyboard.
Question 6
This word was coined in the aftermath of a particular event in 2006. In January
2007, the American Dialect Soci...
answer
Word - Plutoed
Event - Pluto being demoted to a dwarf planet
Question 7
Apple has a policy to safeguard its technicians from any toxic work
environment. For this reason, residue from ...
answer
Smoking
Question 8
In the mid-1900s, a scientist developing an alternative refrigerant and
sampled few gaseous chemicals in a cont...
answer
Teflon
Question 9
This gas usually comes handy during Diwali to "light up" you favourite crackers
and diyas. The name of the gas ...
answer
Phosphorus
Question 10 *
Scientists in USA have developed new forensic tracking techniques that could
locate lost X from the Nazi Ger...
answer
Uranium cubes
Question 11
When Bugatti was developing the track focussed production version of the
prototype Le Mans concept car, the ma...
answer
The design was inspired by golf balls
There was a rivalry between two scientists X and Y in the 1880s which came to
be known as “War of the ________”. The resul...
answer
Tesla and Alternating current
Question 13
The Anti-X party is a Swiss political party whose single objective is to influence
the public and put a stop to...
answer
X - PowerPoint
Question 14
Research suggests that the low but constant representation of a particular
group of people in the population i...
answer
Left-handedness
Question 15 *
A certain famous band had earlier stopped touring, stating that they would
only continue when they have come...
answer
The floor absorbs the energy when the fans jump, move during the concert,
which in turn will be converted into elect...
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POUNCE/BOUNCE
rules
● Each team gets one direct question.
● +10/-5 on pounce, +10/0 on bounce.
● Pounce to your respective panelists in ...
Question 0
In the week after George Floyd's murder, people demanded education,
attention, and justice. App Z emerged as a ...
Answer
Google Docs
Question 1
The Principia Mathematica is a three-volume work on the foundations of
mathematics written by the mathematician...
Answer
1 + 1 = 2
Question 2
Xs were first developed when the inventor of X was working on a radio set. Xs
are manufactured to be robust and ...
Answer
An electronic circuit board
Question 3
This is a play on broadway by Anna Ziegler starring Nicole Kidman. It is based
on the often-overlooked role of ...
Answer
Rosalind Franklin,
Helix-like staircases
Question 4
In 2010, enthusiastic X employees threw a huge parade/funeral at X’s
Redmond campus. This was to celebrate the ...
Answer
Product - Windows Phone 7 OS (or simply Windows Phones)
Y - iPhone
Question 5
A Beautiful Mind is a 2001 biographical film starring Russell Crowe as John
Nash, an American mathematician, Nob...
Answer
He was Crowe’s hand double.
Question 6
This was issued when the son of Lindbergh was kidnapped. As per Lindbergh,
he was murdered and later the police...
Answer
Mandela Effect
Question 7
Recently researchers at Harvard university have come up with a new shape for
wind turbine fins that improve aero...
Answer
X - Humpback Whale
Question 8
X is a famous company, founded in the 80s, that manufactures components
for a particular product.
In 1990s, whe...
Answer
Intel Inside
Question 9
X is a practice that originated in ancient Greece and China that was believed to make Y
out of seemingly random...
Answer
Alchemy, Converting lead to gold
Question 10
The ________ ____ (8, 4) assist feature in modern cars may seem to be a recent
innovation but a prototype for ...
Answer
Parallel Park
crossword
rules
● This is a written round.
● There are 8 questions with +5/0 scoring for each question; and an
additional cookie wor...
Question 1
Green down (7)
Green rubbery polymer - Made from combining adhesives - More watery and
breakable than slime - 1...
Question 2
Purple down (6)
Rare element - present in small quantities - so named after a planet
Question 3
Red across (4)
Technology - uses light as a medium to transmit data similar to its counterpart
- download large...
Question 4
Pink down (8)
Major tool for doctors during lockdown- Affordable for common people
making it useful during emerg...
Question 5
Cyan across (6)
First calculating device- also known as counting frame, It was used in the
ancient Near East, E...
Question 6
Orange down (10)
Combination of two greek words - creates 3D images - used in credit card,
artistry, movies
Question 7
Blue across (9)
Named after a Viking - logo is combination of initials of the Viking written in
runic alphabets...
Question 8
Grey across (11)
Device used in a sport - slow motion television replay - considered inaccurate -
replaced by a...
Answers
Question 1
Green down (7)
Green rubbery polymer - Made from combining adhesives - More watery and
breakable than slime - 1...
Answer
Flubber
Question 2
Purple down (6)
Rare element - present in small quantities - so named after a planet
Answer
Cerium - named after the dwarf planet Ceres
Question 3
Red across (4)
Technology - uses light as a medium to transmit data similar to its counterpart
- download large...
Answer
Lifi
Question 4
Pink down (8)
Major tool for doctors during lockdown- Affordable for common people
making it useful during emerg...
Answer
Oximeter
Question 5
Cyan across (6)
First calculating device- also known as counting frame, It was used in the
ancient Near East, E...
Answer
Abacus
Question 6
Orange down (10)
Combination of two greek words - creates 3D images - used in credit card,
artistry, movies
Answer
Holography
Question 7
Blue across (9)
Named after a Viking - logo is combination of initials of the Viking written in
runic alphabets...
Answer
Bluetooth
Question 8
Grey across (11)
Device used in a sport - slow motion television replay - considered inaccurate -
replaced by a...
Answer
Snickometer
connect
rules
● The round consists of 3 questions, each consisting of 6 images which have
a connection.
● The images will appear o...
QUESTION 1
+50/-25
+40/-20
+30/-15
+20/-10
+10/-5
+5/0
Documentaries narrated by David Attenborough
Answer
QUESTION 2
+50/-25
+40/-20
+30/-15
+20/-10
+10/-5
+5/0
Organisms named after the Harry Potter series
1. Lucius Malfoyi
2. Dracorex Hogwartsia
3. Ampulex Dementor
4. Trimeresurus...
QUESTION 3
+50/-25
+40/-20
+30/-15
+20/-10
+10/-5
+5/0
Time travel
1. Alien and its blood, Edge of Tomorrow
2. Jumplink, The Tomorrow War
3. Violin Case,Predestination
4. Police...
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Extra questions
Q
The image shows a lava lamp, a common home decoration item which contains
one or many blobs of slimy lava, that float aro...
Image
Answer
Random number generation
Question
This frequently heard popular line “ _(a phrase)_” dates its origin back during the
WWII. But there are many diff...
Answer
X - radar technology
The phrase - Carrots improve eyesight
Question
This scientist won Nobel Prize at the same time and in the same field as Albert
Einstein. He took an active in pa...
Answer
Neils Bohr
Question
X Glass, as we now know, was developed in the 1960s by Corning Inc. Back then
it was called "Muscle Glass" as it ...
Answer
X- Gorilla glass
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  1. 1. NEWTON’S APPLE A SCI-TECH QUIZ
  2. 2. teasers
  3. 3. teaser 1 In early 1700s, X shared an inspiring incident with his friend, who later wrote and included it in X’s biography, published in mid 1700s. The author i.e., his friend writes, “On a pleasant day, I paid a visit to X at his lodgings, dined with him. After dinner, in the warm weather, we drank tea and went into the garden to rest under the shade of Y. He told me he was just in the same situation earlier as when _____ struck into his mind. It was occasioned by _____, as he sat in a contemplative mood. Why should that always _____, thought he to himself.” What is being talked here about?
  4. 4. Answer Newton’s apple
  5. 5. teaser 2 Astronauts live a tough time up in space since many of their common habits have restrictions. One of such common everyday acts is X which astronauts try not to do while they are in the space. The reason to this goes as “ The food mixture taken in usually contains all three physical phases and due to weight of all three being different and gravitational force acting on earth, X is possible. Whereas in space, the gravity ,which is essential for X to happen, is absent and hence a person trying X would throw up entire food mixture.” ID X.
  6. 6. Answer Burping
  7. 7. teaser 3 In the mid-1990s, a video game character designer wanted to make an interactive movie starring a male character looking for treasure in Egyptian pyramids. The character was deemed too close to Indiana Jones, and was quickly switched to a South American woman. The designer ended up wanting a UK friendly name, so employees of the company dove into a phone book and settled on the name X. A year after the game was released, the designer left the company because they were making X too much of a sex symbol rather than the independent strong female heroine he had intended her to be. ID X.
  8. 8. Answer Lara Croft
  9. 9. prelims
  10. 10. rules ● There are 15 questions, each carrying one point. ● Part points will be given wherever applicable. ● Questions 5, 10, and 15 are tie-breakers. ● Give your answers in the google form that is provided, only one person should submit the form. ● The best 8 teams will get qualified for finals. ● QM’s judgement is absolute. ● Don’t be evil (Don’t Google)
  11. 11. Question 1 This unique day is celebrated on October 23 by some scientists (more precisely, chemists) and students all over the world. What makes it unique is that it is observed specifically between 6:02 AM and 6:02 PM. ID what this day commemorates.
  12. 12. Question 2 Dashuhua is a 500-year-old Chinese tradition that involves throwing molten iron against cold bricks. Blacksmiths take molten iron and fling it against the wall, due to which, the potential energy of the surface of molten iron transforms to kinetic energy, and the carbon impurity in the iron will react with oxygen to produce carbon dioxide and sparks. During ancient times, rich people celebrated the Chinese Spring Festival using X while many blacksmiths created Dashuhua to celebrate the same festival which attracted many local folks who couldn’t afford X. ID X.
  13. 13. Question 3 There have been many incidents in the 20th century of people trying to perform this act (X), including the use of acid and fire, but the first notable one happened in 1934. A famous criminal Alvin had consulted Joseph Moran, a doctor famous among criminals in the prohibition era, for clearing his problem. Moran's operation was almost successful with very little flaw, although Alvin was eventually caught. But the world came to know of this only when Alvin had later struggled to get a Canadian passport. ID X/Describe this surgery.
  14. 14. Question 4 Enzymes called alliinases break down amino acid sulfoxides and generate sulfenic acids. A specific sulfenic acid, 1-propenesulfenic acid is formed and is rapidly rearranged by a second enzyme, called the LFS, giving syn-propanethial S-oxide, a volatile gas known as LF. The LF gas diffuses through the air and activates sensory neurons, creating a stinging sensation. What is being described here?
  15. 15. Question 5 * In 2002, June E Botich modified already existing Xs by adding certain entities. This change was then standardized in the manufacturing of all Xs and can be observed in all modern Xs. This change brought together multiple advantages of improved speed of performing a certain activity and performing the same activity without even looking at Xs. This advantage can be experienced by everyone provided their hands are positioned in a certain position over X. Give funda.
  16. 16. Question 6 This word was coined in the aftermath of a particular event in 2006. In January 2007, the American Dialect Society chose the word as its 2006 Word of the Year, defining it as "to demote or devalue someone or something". ID the word/event.
  17. 17. Question 7 Apple has a policy to safeguard its technicians from any toxic work environment. For this reason, residue from X settled on the systems are considered harmful. Hence, Apple can deny servicing your product even if they are in warranty if they believe that it has come into contact with X (product of a common activity). Although there isn't a warranty void clause written in the product documents, there have been numerous instances where the company has refused to honour the warranty on a product that has been exposed to X. ID X/Which activity?
  18. 18. Question 8 In the mid-1900s, a scientist developing an alternative refrigerant and sampled few gaseous chemicals in a container. When left for some time, he found that the gaseous chemicals were deposited at the bottom of the container as a white waxy solid which showed a few remarkable properties such as slipperiness, chemical inertness and high-temperature resistance. Excited by this invention, the scientist marketed this polymer as X but it was not until a decade later the practical applications of X were found. ID X.
  19. 19. Question 9 This gas usually comes handy during Diwali to "light up" you favourite crackers and diyas. The name of the gas comes from a Greek word which means- "bearer of light". It was accidently formed when a few scientists were finding ways to make gold. One of the scientist went as far as to use urine to convert into gold, but rather found this gas as the result. Now, this gas is formed artificially in laboratories. ID the gas.
  20. 20. Question 10 * Scientists in USA have developed new forensic tracking techniques that could locate lost X from the Nazi Germany atomic weapons program. The new technique was developed when researchers received access to three of the purported X. They are also called Heisenberg cubes, and the technique used to test their origins is radiochronometry. After the failure of mission, some of them were smuggled to Soviet Union and some to USA. The remaining were destroyed. Until today, only a handful have been located while the others were likely trafficked. What are X?
  21. 21. Question 11 When Bugatti was developing the track focussed production version of the prototype Le Mans concept car, the main focus of the car was the weight and the aerodynamics. One of the key features of the car, inspired by another sport, is the air scoop which was designed in such a way so that the drag would be reduced at high speed by bubbles that would inflate and make the air follow the body of the car. ID what inspired this design.
  22. 22. There was a rivalry between two scientists X and Y in the 1880s which came to be known as “War of the ________”. The result of that war is what plays a major role in our everyday lives. Both X and Y made inventions in a particular field. Y stated that X’s invention was highly expensive and inefficient, and X organised demonstrations executing stray dogs, cats, later cows and horses to prove that Y’s invention was very dangerous to be used in homes. Finally Y won and his invention started to be used everywhere. X has many other patents and hence was famous whereas Y was not famous then, but has become very popular recently. ID Y and his invention. Question 12
  23. 23. Question 13 The Anti-X party is a Swiss political party whose single objective is to influence the public and put a stop to the practice of using Xs in research, industry and educational institutions; and use flip charts instead. They claim that the time of attendance for Xs is too high and non-productive, and has caused an economic loss of 2.1 billion CHF in Switzerland. They regard themselves to be the advocates of the people who every month are obliged to be present at boring Xs in companies or universities. Quite aptly, the party was started by a Software engineer. What tool from the field of technology is X?
  24. 24. Question 14 Research suggests that the low but constant representation of a particular group of people in the population is because of the skewed balance between the competitive and cooperative streaks in human evolution. If society was purely cooperative, then due to the disadvantages for this demographic in activities like tool-sharing and group hunting, evolution would result in their removal. But as they have an advantage in competitive situations like combat or sports, this rare trait continues to be fostered. Since humans tend more to be cooperative than competitive, the population of this demographic is less, but it will definitely never be erased. What trait is being talked about?
  25. 25. Question 15 * A certain famous band had earlier stopped touring, stating that they would only continue when they have come up with a plan to make their net carbon footprint zero. In order to do so they will be powering their concerts via renewable energy sources, plant trees for each ticket booked as well as one particularly ingenious method, which is totally dependent on the fans doing something fairly common in concerts.The said activity is literally what usually makes every concert lively. Identify what they will use to power their concerts.
  26. 26. answers
  27. 27. Question 1 This unique day is celebrated on October 23 by some scientists (more precisely, chemists) and students all over the world. What makes it unique is that it is observed specifically between 6:02 AM and 6:02 PM. ID what this day commemorates.
  28. 28. Answer Avogadro’s Number 23rd October is celebrated as Mole Day.
  29. 29. Question 2 Dashuhua is a 500-year-old Chinese tradition that involves throwing molten iron against cold bricks. Blacksmiths take molten iron and fling it against the wall, due to which, the potential energy of the surface of molten iron transforms to kinetic energy, and the carbon impurity in the iron will react with oxygen to produce carbon dioxide and sparks. During ancient times, rich people celebrated the Chinese Spring Festival using X while many blacksmiths created Dashuhua to celebrate the same festival which attracted many local folks who couldn’t afford X. ID X.
  30. 30. Answer X - Fireworks
  31. 31. Question 3 There have been many incidents in the 20th century of people trying to perform this act (X), including the use of acid and fire, but the first notable one happened in 1934. A famous criminal Alvin had consulted Joseph Moran, a doctor famous among criminals in the prohibition era, for clearing his problem. Moran's operation was almost successful with very little flaw, although Alvin was eventually caught. But the world came to know of this only when Alvin had later struggled to get a Canadian passport. ID X/Describe this surgery.
  32. 32. Answer X - Fingerprint mutilation
  33. 33. Question 4 Enzymes called alliinases break down amino acid sulfoxides and generate sulfenic acids. A specific sulfenic acid, 1-propenesulfenic acid is formed and is rapidly rearranged by a second enzyme, called the LFS, giving syn-propanethial S-oxide, a volatile gas known as LF. The LF gas diffuses through the air and activates sensory neurons, creating a stinging sensation. What is being described here?
  34. 34. Answer The reason for why we cry when we cut onions.
  35. 35. Question 5 * In 2002, June E Botich modified already existing Xs by adding certain entities. This change was then standardized in the manufacturing of all Xs and can be observed in all modern Xs. This change brought together multiple advantages of improved speed of performing a certain activity and performing the same activity without even looking at Xs . This advantage can be experienced by everyone provided their hands are positioned in a certain position over X. Give funda.
  36. 36. answer Reason why F and J have a bump on a keyboard.
  37. 37. Question 6 This word was coined in the aftermath of a particular event in 2006. In January 2007, the American Dialect Society chose the word as its 2006 Word of the Year, defining it as "to demote or devalue someone or something". ID the word/event.
  38. 38. answer Word - Plutoed Event - Pluto being demoted to a dwarf planet
  39. 39. Question 7 Apple has a policy to safeguard its technicians from any toxic work environment. For this reason, residue from X settled on the systems are considered harmful. Hence, Apple can deny servicing your product even if they are in warranty if they believe that it has come into contact with X (product of a common activity). Although there isn't a warranty void clause written in the product documents, there have been numerous instances where the company has refused to honour the warranty on a product that has been exposed to X. ID X/Which activity?
  40. 40. answer Smoking
  41. 41. Question 8 In the mid-1900s, a scientist developing an alternative refrigerant and sampled few gaseous chemicals in a container. When left for some time, he found that the gaseous chemicals were deposited at the bottom of the container as a white waxy solid which showed a few remarkable properties such as slipperiness, chemical inertness and high-temperature resistance. Excited by this invention, the scientist marketed this polymer as X but it was not until a decade later the practical applications of X were found. ID X.
  42. 42. answer Teflon
  43. 43. Question 9 This gas usually comes handy during Diwali to "light up" you favourite crackers and diyas. The name of the gas comes from a Greek word which means- "bearer of light". It was accidently formed when a few scientists were finding ways to make gold. One of the scientist went as far as to use urine to convert into gold, but rather found this gas as the result. Now, this gas is formed artificially in laboratories. ID the gas.
  44. 44. answer Phosphorus
  45. 45. Question 10 * Scientists in USA have developed new forensic tracking techniques that could locate lost X from the Nazi Germany weapons program. The new technique was developed when researchers received access to three of the purported X. They are also called Heisenberg cubes, and the technique used to test their origins is radiochronometry. After the failure of mission, some of them were smuggled to Soviet Union and some to USA. The remaining were destroyed. Until today, only a handful have been located while the others were likely trafficked. What are X?
  46. 46. answer Uranium cubes
  47. 47. Question 11 When Bugatti was developing the track focussed production version of the prototype Le Mans concept car, the main focus of the car was the weight and the aerodynamics. One of the key features of the car, inspired by another sport, is the air scoop which was designed in such a way so that the drag would be reduced at high speed by bubbles that would inflate and make the air follow the body of the car. ID what inspired this design.
  48. 48. answer The design was inspired by golf balls
  49. 49. There was a rivalry between two scientists X and Y in the 1880s which came to be known as “War of the ________”. The result of that war is what plays a major role in our everyday lives. Both X and Y made inventions in a particular field. Y stated that X’s invention was highly expensive and inefficient, and X organised demonstrations executing stray dogs, cats, later cows and horses to prove that Y’s invention was very dangerous to be used in homes. Finally Y won and his invention started to be used everywhere. X has many other patents and hence was famous whereas Y was not famous then, but has become very popular recently. ID Y and his invention. Question 12
  50. 50. answer Tesla and Alternating current
  51. 51. Question 13 The Anti-X party is a Swiss political party whose single objective is to influence the public and put a stop to the practice of using Xs in research, industry and educational institutions; and use flip charts instead. They claim that the time of attendance for Xs is too high and non-productive, and has caused an economic loss of 2.1 billion CHF in Switzerland. They regard themselves to be the advocates of the people who every month are obliged to be present at boring Xs in companies or universities. Quite aptly, the party was started by a Software engineer. What tool from the field of technology is X?
  52. 52. answer X - PowerPoint
  53. 53. Question 14 Research suggests that the low but constant representation of a particular group of people in the population is because of the skewed balance between the competitive and cooperative streaks in human evolution. If society was purely cooperative, then due to the disadvantages for this demographic in activities like tool-sharing and group hunting, evolution would result in their removal. But as they have an advantage in competitive situations like combat or sports, this rare trait continues to be fostered. Since humans tend more to be cooperative than competitive, the population of this demographic is less, but it will definitely never be erased. What trait is being talked about?
  54. 54. answer Left-handedness
  55. 55. Question 15 * A certain famous band had earlier stopped touring, stating that they would only continue when they have come up with a plan to make their net carbon footprint zero. In order to do so they will be powering their concerts via renewable energy sources, plant trees for each ticket booked as well as one particularly ingenious method, which is totally dependent on the fans doing something fairly common in concerts.The said activity is literally what usually makes every concert lively. Identify what they will use to power their concerts.
  56. 56. answer The floor absorbs the energy when the fans jump, move during the concert, which in turn will be converted into electrical energy.
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  58. 58. POUNCE/BOUNCE
  59. 59. rules ● Each team gets one direct question. ● +10/-5 on pounce, +10/0 on bounce. ● Pounce to your respective panelists in Whatsapp. ● Pounce format: @Your panelist <Your answer> Example: @Jauwaad Tesla ● Pounce will be open for 30-45 seconds after the question is read out. ● Part points are applicable only for bounce. ● If you google, we’ll know. We have our ion you :)
  60. 60. Question 0 In the week after George Floyd's murder, people demanded education, attention, and justice. App Z emerged as a way to share information on everything. It was also used earlier to protest against immigration bans and advance the #MeToo movement. Direct links in the X make it much easier for people to get involved as it provides more anonymity, an important advantage over other platforms. Name Z, which has a feature that assigns you a random ______ (6) to help maintain your anonymity here?
  61. 61. Answer Google Docs
  62. 62. Question 1 The Principia Mathematica is a three-volume work on the foundations of mathematics written by the mathematicians Alfred North Whitehead and Bertrand Russell, the first edition of which was published in 1910. According to Bertrand Russell, one of its main aims was to “precisely express mathematical propositions in symbolic logic and to minimise the number of primitive notions and axioms” and hence the book tried to prove everything from ground up. ID what was proven/defined in this part of the book.
  63. 63. Answer 1 + 1 = 2
  64. 64. Question 2 Xs were first developed when the inventor of X was working on a radio set. Xs are manufactured to be robust and hence they are made of multiple layers which lent it the moniker of “sandwich structure”. Though Xs were invented in 1930s, they were not used for commercial purposes until after a decade due to the fact that the USA used this technology in warfare in the 2nd World War. Even though this technology is considered to be a milestone in modern electronics, manufacturers still find difficulty in repairing them and hence these contribute a significant proportion to e-waste; irony to which is the color of most Xs. ID X.
  65. 65. Answer An electronic circuit board
  66. 66. Question 3 This is a play on broadway by Anna Ziegler starring Nicole Kidman. It is based on the often-overlooked role of a person (played by Nicole Kidman) in a 1950s discovery. The theme of the play was referenced in the set design. Who was the play about? How was it referenced?
  67. 67. Answer Rosalind Franklin, Helix-like staircases
  68. 68. Question 4 In 2010, enthusiastic X employees threw a huge parade/funeral at X’s Redmond campus. This was to celebrate the birth of their new product and also the death of Y (its competitor). Ironically in hindsight, the product (software) failed to capture the market and died soon after while Y kept on strengthening its grip on the market. ID the product and Y from the following images.
  69. 69. Answer Product - Windows Phone 7 OS (or simply Windows Phones) Y - iPhone
  70. 70. Question 5 A Beautiful Mind is a 2001 biographical film starring Russell Crowe as John Nash, an American mathematician, Nobel Laureate in Economics and Abel Prize winner. An important role in this movie was played by Dave Bayer, who is a Professor of Mathematics at Columbia University. Bayer was cast during rehearsals when the director noticed certain similarities and decided that he would be the best match, and sure enough, Bayer fit the role like a glove. What role did Bayer play in the movie?
  71. 71. Answer He was Crowe’s hand double.
  72. 72. Question 6 This was issued when the son of Lindbergh was kidnapped. As per Lindbergh, he was murdered and later the police found his body. But as per people there, the case remained an unsolved mystery. This is something of a kind which happens many times. This was also the case when a lot of people thought a logo of a famous chocolate to be something else rather than the original one. What is being talked about?
  73. 73. Answer Mandela Effect
  74. 74. Question 7 Recently researchers at Harvard university have come up with a new shape for wind turbine fins that improve aerodynamic efficiency by upto 40%. This was inspired by X and is also the reason why X is so agile despite its large size. Picture follows ID X.
  75. 75. Answer X - Humpback Whale
  76. 76. Question 8 X is a famous company, founded in the 80s, that manufactures components for a particular product. In 1990s, when their sales were falling, they realized that the market needed to be informed about products with X's ingredients. X experimented by paying a retail store for a billboard saying, "If you're buying a <product>, make sure it has "X ______." In turn, they would put stickers with the same tagline (X ______) on the products in that area. This drastically improved their sales and has become X's primary tagline ever since. ID this tagline, that a lot of us see every day.
  77. 77. Answer Intel Inside
  78. 78. Question 9 X is a practice that originated in ancient Greece and China that was believed to make Y out of seemingly random substances, a recipe that supposedly worked is as follows 1. Take some alum 2. Add some coal dust, pyrites and a few drops of mercury 3. Mix well 4. While stirring add an ounce of cinnamon and half a dozen of egg yolks 5. Keep stirring till the mixture is gooey and then add some fresh horse dung 6. Add some ammonia and bake well in a hot oven for six hours. ID X.
  79. 79. Answer Alchemy, Converting lead to gold
  80. 80. Question 10 The ________ ____ (8, 4) assist feature in modern cars may seem to be a recent innovation but a prototype for a mechanical version of this feature was patented by Brooks Walker in 1938. Walker developed a “fifth wheel” that could be mounted on the road and taken off of it with just a push of the button. The system was aligned transversely through the back end of the vehicle. This allowed the driver to move in an arc about the front wheel with the front wheels being stationary. However, the cost effectiveness of the system proved to be a challenge and it was never commercialized. FITB.
  81. 81. Answer Parallel Park
  82. 82. crossword
  83. 83. rules ● This is a written round. ● There are 8 questions with +5/0 scoring for each question; and an additional cookie worth 5 points if you solve the entire puzzle. ● Crack the clue on each slide and fill in the crossword. ● QM’s decision is final. ● Compile your answers and tag the moderator in your group after all the questions are shown. ● If you google, we will be very cross :)
  84. 84. Question 1 Green down (7) Green rubbery polymer - Made from combining adhesives - More watery and breakable than slime - 1997 American science fiction comedy film
  85. 85. Question 2 Purple down (6) Rare element - present in small quantities - so named after a planet
  86. 86. Question 3 Red across (4) Technology - uses light as a medium to transmit data similar to its counterpart - download large files within seconds - not hindered with electromagnetic interference
  87. 87. Question 4 Pink down (8) Major tool for doctors during lockdown- Affordable for common people making it useful during emergencies- Introduced as something revolutionary in various smart watches
  88. 88. Question 5 Cyan across (6) First calculating device- also known as counting frame, It was used in the ancient Near East, Europe, China, and Russia, centuries before the adoption of the Arabic numeral system.
  89. 89. Question 6 Orange down (10) Combination of two greek words - creates 3D images - used in credit card, artistry, movies
  90. 90. Question 7 Blue across (9) Named after a Viking - logo is combination of initials of the Viking written in runic alphabets - currently on version 5
  91. 91. Question 8 Grey across (11) Device used in a sport - slow motion television replay - considered inaccurate - replaced by another device
  92. 92. Answers
  93. 93. Question 1 Green down (7) Green rubbery polymer - Made from combining adhesives - More watery and breakable than slime - 1997 American science fiction comedy film
  94. 94. Answer Flubber
  95. 95. Question 2 Purple down (6) Rare element - present in small quantities - so named after a planet
  96. 96. Answer Cerium - named after the dwarf planet Ceres
  97. 97. Question 3 Red across (4) Technology - uses light as a medium to transmit data similar to its counterpart - download large files within seconds - not hindered with electromagnetic interference
  98. 98. Answer Lifi
  99. 99. Question 4 Pink down (8) Major tool for doctors during lockdown- Affordable for common people making it useful during emergencies- Introduced as something revolutionary in various smart watches
  100. 100. Answer Oximeter
  101. 101. Question 5 Cyan across (6) First calculating device- also known as counting frame, It was used in the ancient Near East, Europe, China, and Russia, centuries before the adoption of the Arabic numeral system.
  102. 102. Answer Abacus
  103. 103. Question 6 Orange down (10) Combination of two greek words - creates 3D images - used in credit card, artistry, movies
  104. 104. Answer Holography
  105. 105. Question 7 Blue across (9) Named after a Viking - logo is combination of initials of the Viking written in runic alphabets - currently on version 5
  106. 106. Answer Bluetooth
  107. 107. Question 8 Grey across (11) Device used in a sport - slow motion television replay - considered inaccurate - replaced by another device
  108. 108. Answer Snickometer
  109. 109. connect
  110. 110. rules ● The round consists of 3 questions, each consisting of 6 images which have a connection. ● The images will appear one by one, and with each passing hint, the stake of the question reduces. That is, lesser points to gain or lose. For example- After image 1 - +50/-25 After image 2 - +40/-20 and so on. ● You can attempt the question after any of the images, by tagging your respective moderator.
  111. 111. QUESTION 1
  112. 112. +50/-25
  113. 113. +40/-20
  114. 114. +30/-15
  115. 115. +20/-10
  116. 116. +10/-5
  117. 117. +5/0
  118. 118. Documentaries narrated by David Attenborough Answer
  119. 119. QUESTION 2
  120. 120. +50/-25
  121. 121. +40/-20
  122. 122. +30/-15
  123. 123. +20/-10
  124. 124. +10/-5
  125. 125. +5/0
  126. 126. Organisms named after the Harry Potter series 1. Lucius Malfoyi 2. Dracorex Hogwartsia 3. Ampulex Dementor 4. Trimeresurus Salazar 5. Lycosa Aragogi 6. Eriovixia Gryffindori Answer
  127. 127. QUESTION 3
  128. 128. +50/-25
  129. 129. +40/-20
  130. 130. +30/-15
  131. 131. +20/-10
  132. 132. +10/-5
  133. 133. +5/0
  134. 134. Time travel 1. Alien and its blood, Edge of Tomorrow 2. Jumplink, The Tomorrow War 3. Violin Case,Predestination 4. Police box, Dr. Who 5. Reversing Earth’s rotation, Superman 6. Delorean, Back to the Future Answer
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  136. 136. Extra questions
  137. 137. Q The image shows a lava lamp, a common home decoration item which contains one or many blobs of slimy lava, that float around inside the illuminated lamp. The flow of the lava inside the lamp is not predictable, thus rendering it's entropy very high. Using this working principle, LavaRand in 1997 and subsequently the modern company Cloudflare uses a wall with huge numbers of lava lamps to solve a computing problem that regularly troubles computer scientists. The service rendered by these lava lamp walls are often used in modern cryptography applications. What do they generate using these walls?
  138. 138. Image
  139. 139. Answer Random number generation
  140. 140. Question This frequently heard popular line “ _(a phrase)_” dates its origin back during the WWII. But there are many different stories popular around. One among such is that the UK Ministry of Food popularized the phrase just to hide their then latest technology X from Nazi armies and hence claiming that _( phrase )_ helped their pilots to shoot German aircrafts and bombers at nights accurately. Many decades later, scientists found out that the phrase is actually true since the food item contains a chemical compound that is essential for deficit patients and is recommended by doctors ever since. ID X and the phrase.
  141. 141. Answer X - radar technology The phrase - Carrots improve eyesight
  142. 142. Question This scientist won Nobel Prize at the same time and in the same field as Albert Einstein. He took an active in part the resistance when Nazis invaded Denmark but had to take his Gold Medal which came with Nobel Prize melted and stored it in a bottle as he had to flee Denmark in 1943. This scientist is well known for his theories in the smallest unit of matter. ID the scientist.
  143. 143. Answer Neils Bohr
  144. 144. Question X Glass, as we now know, was developed in the 1960s by Corning Inc. Back then it was called "Muscle Glass" as it was used in the automotive and the aviation industry. In 2005, the CEO of Y, one of the world's largest tech companies by revenue, reached out to Corning Inc for a strong and scratch-resistant glass for Y's upcoming mobile phones. Corning Inc. used X glass as the brand name for the screen used in Y's mobile phones instead of muscle glass as X glass is as strong and tough as an X. Id X.
  145. 145. Answer X- Gorilla glass
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Prelims and Finals set of Science and Technology quiz conducted by Quiz Club NITW on October 23rd, 2021.

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