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Everything in the Universe is interesting if looked at closely enough, for long enough, or from the right angle. This is a quite interesting quiz for those who know all about everything or nothing about anything.
A - Which is the hottests part of the chilli?
B - What do camels store in their humps?
C - Who invented the theory of relativity?
(1) Leonardo Da Vinci
(2) Galileo Galilei
(3) Isaac Newton
(4) Albert Einstein
D - How many commandments are there in the Bible?
E - How many galaxies are visible to the naked eye?
(4) many thousands
F - How many senses does a human being have?
G - How many muscles do you have in your fingers?
H - Where do most tigers live?
I - What is more likely: being killed by lightning or by an asteroid?
(1) asteroid is twice more likely
(2) both are about as likely
(3) lightning is twice more likely
(4) lightning is many times more likely
J - What colour is water?
K - What is the number of the Beast?
(1) six hundred sixteen
(2) six hundred sixty
(3) six hundred sixty-six
(4) six hundred ninety-six
L - How many words do Eskimos have for snow?
(4) one hundred twenty-two
M - What shape did medieval people think the Earth was?
N - What colour is a panther?
O - How many sheep were there on Noah's Ark?
P - How much of our brains do we use?
(1) one percent
(2) three percent
(3) ten percent
(4) thirty-three percent
Coordinates to the cache are N 60° f(1.35004105)' E 25° f(1.34981704)', where
f(x) = (((((((((((((((x*A-1)*B-1)*C-1)*D-1)*E-1)*F-1)*G-1)*H-1)*I-1)*J-1)*K-1)*L-1)*M-1)*N-1)*O-1)*P-1
GeoChecker with the correct answers explained is available here.
You can find parking and trailhead from the west side of the cache.
The terrain rating is valid only for thick snow covered winter season.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum