How much do you know about the world?
This week, test your knowledge with questions such as:
– What city has the most billionaires?
– What percent of the world's nearly seven billion people uses the Internet?
– The U.S. recently allowed what to be imported from Pakistan?
If you've got great ideas for future quiz questions, let us know below or through Twitter or Facebook.
intellgint-helpful-interesting-–thank you--your tv program also
Kathryn Cory has been missing since October 2009 in Iraq, if you know of her or worked with her in Iraq please send a message to this facebook page!! She worked as a NGO and she assisted in contracts in the Dairy and farming for the Iraqi peopl, I don't know who to contact to help me, I need someone with this kind of experience to help give me some direction in where to inquire. Thank you Cheryl
I am sorry I forgot to post her page it is under Kathryn Cory on Facebook...thank you
I like to get in touch with ATNE GOJCETA(Crotia-Zagreb) and PHIL GREENBERG (USA-?) Any help will be greatly appreciated. I like Fareed's thinking and what he write or say which is historical, make common sense, and interesting. Most of the Americans are not interested in general knowledge questions and their answers. In order to be HONEST you need some knowledge (more knowledge is better) and common sense. I noticed that more and more AMERICANS are becomming DISHONEST. I thik punishment for dishinesty shlud be DEATH. ( to teach others lessons)
If you where to teach a lesson, death wouldnt help. That would just make it so theres no way it can happen again...and take away someones conciousness...thats all. Like a computer shutting down. Theres nothing after death...nothing. No god, no heaven, nothing. To say death is a way to teach a lesson....especially for dishonesty...should be punished with a punch in the mouth. Religion is peoples way of coping with not knowing the answers of science. It has caused more death and fighting than anything. its a shame and an embarassment to humanity to believe some special force made us while staring science in the face. Its disrespectful to take away someones only chance at experiencing what the world has to offer... sorry for the rant....but the stupididty of people nowadays is unbelievable.
Well, since you are associating honesty with knowledge (assuming it's general knowledge), then you sir should be executed according to this law of yours, due to your atrocious spelling.
Well, since you are associating honesty with knowledge (assuming it's general knowledge), then you sir should be executed according to this law of yours, due to your atrocious spelling. Do have the kindness to learn how to write properly.
Would like to know how our urban areas compare to suburban on pc ownership and Internet usage. I wonder how this contributes to the educational gap.
You can test your knowledge in various subject like GK,History, science etc at Computer quiz website.
MISSING AMERICAN in Iraq – Kathryn Cory has been missing in Iraq and I need help, I last heard from her on 26 October 2009 and she left a message on voicemail on her father's number. Anyone in Iraq or anyone who had ever met her in Iraq I would like to know...anything that you may remember, if we talk you may remember. She has been working there since 2003 as a unregisterd NGO (non governmental organization) tring to gain contracts for Iraqi people and helping Iraqi people learn how to set up dairy farms. She also taught English in Erbil where she lived for some of the time but she mostly lived and worked in Baghdad, Iraq. Please contact me at KathryrnCory@hotmail.com if you have any information or knowledge of her. Sincerely Cheryl
The classics, in the Western academic tradition, refer to cultures of classical antiquity, namely the Ancient Greek and Roman cultures. The study of the classics is considered one of the cornerstones of the humanities; however, its popularity declined during the 20th century. Nevertheless, the influence of classical ideas in many humanities disciplines, such as philosophy and literature, remains strong; for example, the Gilgamesh Epic from Mesopotamia, the Egyptian Book of the Dead, the Vedas and Upanishads in India and various writings attributed to Confucius, Lao-tse and Chuang-tzu in China.*,`.
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