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      05-06-2013, 12:50 PM   #67
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Like most...never heard of fracking. Rest weren't too bad, and I hate science.
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13/13. Pretty basic stuff, to be honest.
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How do you have enough random science knowledge to get 12/13 and have not heard of fracking? I would think if you watch the even the news you would have heard of it before.
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got 12/13
missed the most abundant gas in the atmosphere lol
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forgot fracking
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"Fracking" is not a scientific term. It is a purely technological term, and a fairly slang-ish at that. The question has no place in a quiz claiming to be about "science".

The question about the size of an electron is another question that would make scientifically-educated people roll their eyes. Since electron is a part of atom, it is a safe bet that electron being smaller than atom is intended to serve as the right answer. But still, a question about physical size of an elementary particle with dual wave-particle properties is not as meaningful as it might seem at the first sight.

The questions about nanotechnology is also more technological than scientific. The question about sunscreen is not directly scientific either.

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