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Nuclear power is known to be a clean and efficient way of boiling water to make steam, which turns turbines to produce electricity. In most nuclear power plants, a specific fuel is used in order to produce electricity through a process known as "nuclear fission", which splits atoms within a nuclear reactor. While nuclear energy has been present for nearly 100 years, just how much knowledge do you have when it comes to everything nuclear? Let’s find out!
Nuclear power has produced energy for countless areas of life, and while it may be a tool of convenience for electricity and other power-related sources, nuclear power plants can also pose quite a danger. In 1986, a nuclear disaster, known as the 'Chernobyl Disaster', was caused by a nuclear accident that was created at the No. 4 reactor in the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, near the city of Pripyat in Ukraine. The disaster left radiation across the entire city, which is why Pripyat is a total ghost town today.
Beta vulgaris. That's what chard is. Would you want to eat beta vulgaris? More importantly, would you want to answer quiz questions by a person whose chosen name (chardemagne) is a portmanteau of Charlemagne and Chard? Well, it turns out that vulgaris actually means "common" not "disgusting", in the original Latin. One wonders if chard was the second most common greenery available? But let's talk about Charlemagne instead, because rather than being vulgar or common, Charlemagne was an emperor, a medieval one, and a benevolent one. That's pretty impressive. To control vast swaths of Europe during the dark ages, bringing people together...I'll take that namesake. And my quizzes are just as good. I swear.
Buffalo Bills' Safety Zone: The Damar Hamlin Trivia Challenge
Unleash your inner fan and tackle these questions about Buffalo Bills' rising star safety, Damar Hamlin!
How much do you know about Bobby Caldwell
Are you ready to dive into the world of this iconic artist?
Taco Bell Nacho Fries
The Ultimate Ezekiel Elliott Trivia Challenge
Leonid Meteor Shower 2022
Blazing fast balls of burning comet
How well do you know James Bond?
Some might say it's what and not stirred?
So, Who Said "I Have A Dream..."? - Take Our 1960's Quiz
Ask not what your country can...
Which Harry Potter Character Are You?
“It’s LeviOsa, not LeviosA!”
Music Stars Of The 2000s: From Gaga To Perry To...Shaggy? Take The Quiz!
Ok fine Destiny's Child was awesome.
Bizarre And Awesome Fads Of The 1960s - Take This Nostalgic '60s Quiz!
Make love not ____
Remember These Iconic Female Stars of the '80s?
Arnold wasn't the real star!
Which Mythical Creature Are You?
Which Spa Treatment Do You Need Right Now?
You deserve this!
Which Water Sign Are You?
For those who are feeling…refreshed!
Which U.S. President Are You?
“Fourscore and seven years ago…”
Cars Of The '80s, From Ferraris to Fords, Plus, The Obligatory DeLorean - Take Our Quiz!
Ok, did they have seatbelts?
The World Of Cycling - A Quiz That's Easier Than A Century Ride
Be the yellow shirt.
1980s Sports Highlights Quiz - From Mary Decker to Wayne Gretzky
She was FAST
Which Famous Woman Are You?
You are fabulous 🙌
'80s Fashion - From Bodysuits to Aviators, Tell Us What You Know In This Quiz For Fashionistas
Can we call it fashion?
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