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Science comes from the medieval term “scientia” which means knowledge. So, if you love learning and knowing about new things, then science might be your favorite subject.

But let’s put your knowledge to the test with our list of “Trivia” Questions! This game is filled with 60+ interesting and challenging “Trivia” questions that will surely make you think, laugh and maybe even learn something new.

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To play Science “Trivia,” you’ll need at least two players. One player will ask the questions while the other player(s) answer them.

If you’re playing with more than three people, divide yourselves into teams and take turns asking and answering questions. The trivia master asks the first question to the first team/player and a time limit is set for the answer.

If the team/player answers correctly within the time limit, they get a point. If not, the other team/player gets a chance to steal the point by answering correctly. If no one answers correctly, no points are given.

The game continues with each team/player taking turns asking and answering questions until all “Trivia” questions have been exhausted or until a certain number of points have been reached.

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Easy “Trivia” Questions

Science shouldn’t be hard. Everything starts with the basics. Here are some easy science “Trivia” questions that you can try:

1. It is anything that occupies space and has mass.

  • atom
  • matter
  • concept
  • hypothesis
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That is actually the actual definition of matter. You should know this scientific term!

2. It is the organ that pumps blood all over the body.

  • lungs
  • stomach
  • heart
  • brain
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What would we ever do without our hearts, right? By the way, the medical term for the heart muscle is myocardium.

3. It is the biggest organ in our body.

  • lungs
  • stomach
  • skin
  • brain
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Obviously, it covers the entire body.

4. What force keeps us all grounded?

  • gravity
  • friction
  • resistance
  • tension
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Yes, gravity is more than just a great movie!

5. What do you call an educated guess?

  • concept
  • idea
  • opinion
  • hypothesis
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Everytime you’re making a guess based on existing facts and conditions, this is what it’s called. This is the first step before you do any scientific experiment.

6. How many planets are there in the solar system?

  • 8
  • 9
  • 10
  • 15
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The eight planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.

7. Who invented the telephone?

  • John Peirce
  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • Joseph Henry
  • Antonio Meucci
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Alexander Graham Bell

Thanks to this guy, our ancestors were able to call each other from afar!

8. Who invented the electric bulb (lightbulb)?

  • Thomas Alva Edison
  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • Marie Curie
  • Nikola Tesla
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Thomas Alva Edison

“Let there be light”, said Edison and there was light!

9. What is the meaning of DNA?

  • deoxyribonucleic acid
  • deoxyribonutric acid
  • diribonucleic acid
  • diabonucleic acid
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deoxyribonucleic acid

It contains the genetic code of living organisms. This topic is very interesting. Educate yourself about daughter cells, parent cells, and all about the type of cell division!

10. How many pairs of chromosomes do humans have?

  • 22
  • 23
  • 24
  • 25
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We have 22 autosomes and a 23rd one which is our sex chromosome, it decides whether we’re male or female.

Fun Science “Trivia” Questions

Whoever said science is boring cannot be more wrong! Here are some fun science “Trivia” questions that you will enjoy:

1. How much does the earth weigh?

  • 13,170,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 pounds
  • 13,370,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 pounds
  • 15,170,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 pounds
  • 18,070,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 pounds.
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13,170,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 pounds

You can’t even begin to imagine how heavy that is.

2. Why is the sky blue?

  • Because reflects the color of the ocean
  • Because the sun’s light travels through the atmosphere
  • Because of its position in space
  • Because of the moon and the specific lunar phase
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Because the sun’s light travels through the atmosphere

Shorter blue wavelengths bump into the gas molecules and scatter in different directions. Most of it is reflected back to our eyes from all directions, so the whole sky looks blue.

3. What is a blackhole?

  • An area in space where matter collapses into itself
  • A sinkhole on the ground
  • The center of the Milkyway
  • The center of the solar system
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An area in space where matter collapses into itself

Its strong gravitational pull sucks about everything, even light.

4. How far away is the sun from the earth?

  • 93 million miles
  • 92 million miles
  • 91 million miles
  • 90 million miles
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93 million miles

If you drive a car at a speed of 37 miles per hour, you’ll probably get there after 177 years.

5. Every how many years do we have a leap year?

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
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During a leap year, we have 366 days in a year instead of 365.

6. How do flies walk on the ceiling?

  • They can defy gravity
  • They don’t walk on the ceiling
  • They have sticky feet
  • They have their own gravity
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They have sticky feet

Their sticky feet are enough to carry their light bodies against the walls and ceilings.

7. How are rainbows possible?

  • Light has different colors
  • Light is different after a rain shower
  • Light hits water and is refracted
  • It can never be explained
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Light hits water and is refracted

The white light that is refracted breaks down to the different colors of the rainbow: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet.

8. Sharks are mammals. True or false?

  • True
  • False
  • None of the above
  • Either of the first two options
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They’re obviously fish! Just look at this type of animal!

9. Why do birds fly south in the winter?

  • To migrate to warmer areas to find food
  • To avoid death
  • To mate
  • To follow their flock
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To migrate to warmer areas to find food

Their survival instincts tell them this.

10. What do you call the condition when someone has more than one eye color?

  • Homosochromia
  • Heterochromia
  • Homochromia
  • Bichromia
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That’s how you call someone who has two different eye colors, instead of one!

Science “Trivia” Questions for Kids

Even kids dream of becoming scientists, doctors, engineers and more! Here are some science “Trivia” questions for kids that are kid-friendly and will surely entice kids to study science more:

1. What is the closest planet to the sun?

  • Venus
  • Mercury
  • Saturn
  • Earth
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Even though it’s the closest one to the sun, it’s surprisingly not the hottest.

2. This is the name given to a group of lions.

  • flock
  • herd
  • pride
  • colony
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The whole reason why the rock where Simba lived in Lion King was named Pride Rock.

3. What is the center of the solar system?

  • Earth
  • A blackhole
  • Milkyway Galaxy
  • Sun
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As the name suggests, all the planets orbit around the center which is the sun.

4. Which animal is the tallest?

  • Dinosaur
  • Elephants
  • Giraffe
  • Whale
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Their long necks make it possible for them to feed on the leaves of tall trees.

5. This element is liquid at room temperature.

  • Mercury
  • Oxygen
  • Gold
  • Copper
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Possibly one of the questions that have been asked multiple times.

6. Clouds are made out of _______.

  • Air
  • Light
  • Dust
  • Water
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After it rains, all the water evaporates and goes back to the clouds.

7. What is the shape of a full moon?

  • square
  • oblong
  • circle
  • diamond
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Kids will surely find this one easy to answer.

8. These animals only eat plants.

  • Vegetarians
  • Plantarians
  • Omnivores
  • Herbivores
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Examples of which are goats and giraffes!

9. A caterpillar turns into a ______.

  • mosquito
  • spider
  • ladybug
  • butterfly
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Their transformation as they come out of their cocoons turn them into a butterfly!

10. What do you call a baby cat?

  • puppy
  • kitten
  • cub
  • piglet
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These baby felines are simply the cutest little purrballs.

11. What means continental drift?

  • It’s synonym for chemical formula
  • That our life cycle is connected to the continents
  • It’s a type of grass
  • That our continents and landmasses are moving
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That our continents and landmasses are moving

The hypothesis was first put foward by Abraham Ortelius 1596.

Hard Science “Trivia” Questions

Science can really be complex and difficult to understand at times because of all the complicated formulas and concepts. Challenge yourself and your family and friends with these hard science “Trivia” questions:

1. What is the rarest blood type?

  • A
  • O
  • AB negative
  • AB positive
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AB negative

If your bloodtype is this, you better be extra careful.

2. What is the name of the longest river on Earth?

  • Nile
  • Styx
  • Amazon
  • Yangtze
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The Nile is 4,132 miles long.

3. Who made this formula: E = mc^2?

  • Albert Einstein
  • Marie Curie
  • Thomas Edison
  • Stephen Hawking
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Albert Einstein

He was the one who made the theory of relativity concerning mass and energy.

4. Who invented the theory of everything?

  • Albert Einstein
  • Marie Curie
  • Thomas Edison
  • Stephen Hawking
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Stephen Hawking

A lot of movies were inspired by this genius of a man.

5. Which planet is the hottest?

  • Venus
  • Mars
  • Mercury
  • Earth
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Even though it’s not the one closest to the sun, it’s still the hottest one.

6. What did Nikola Tesla invent?

  • AC Generation and Transmission Technology
  • Center of Gravity
  • Light Bulb
  • Lightning Rod and Glass Harmonica
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AC Generation and Transmission Technology

Tesla Motors is an homage to Nikola’s invention.

7. How many bones are in the human body?

  • 200
  • 202
  • 204
  • 206
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Easy on those, you already know how many you’ll be breaking.

8. Who invented the Mercury Thermometer?

  • Galileo Galilei
  • Gabriel Farenheit
  • Anders Celsius
  • James Six
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Gabriel Farenheit

He invented the modern one that uses Mercury.

9. Who was the first man on the moon?

  • Neil Armstrong
  • Buzz Aldrin
  • Neil Aldrin
  • Buzz Lightyear
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Neil Armstrong

Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were on the same space mission but the first step was made by Armstrong.

10. Who has first landed on Mars?

  • Viking 1
  • Viking 2
  • Mars 1
  • Mars 2
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Viking 1

This spacecraft landed on Mars last July 20, 1976 but no human has ever stepped foot on this planet. Elon Musk plans to have SpaceX to do so in 2024.

11. Which moon of Saturn has a methane cycle?

  • Titan
  • Tethys
  • Dione
  • Rhea
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Saturn has 82 moons in total.

Computer Science “Trivia” Questions

Computer and technology has taken science into the modern world and has improved and fast tracked the pursuit of science and new discoveries over time. Here are some interesting computer science “Trivia” questions to try:

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1. What was the first ever computer invented?

  • Fugaku Supercomputer
  • iMac
  • Personal Computer
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This means Electrical Numerical Integrator and Calculator and was built by John Mauchly.

2. Who invented the first computer?

  • John Mauchly
  • Charles Babbage
  • Elon Musk
  • Steve Jobs
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Charles Babbage

He started planning for the invention of the Analytical Engine and is named as the Father of Computing.

3. What is the most powerful computer today?

  • Fugaku Supercomputer
  • iMac
  • Personal Computer
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Fugaku Supercomputer

This was made in Japan and is considered to be the best as of today.

4. What is the meaning of CPU?

  • Central Processor Unlimited
  • Center Processing Unified
  • Central Processing Unit
  • Core Processor Unit
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Central Processing Unit

One of the most basic computer parts and is considered as the computer’s brain.

5. It is a global network of computers that offers a wide range of information and communication facilities. What is it?

  • Internet
  • Files
  • Software
  • Data
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In today’s world, we can barely survive without it.

6. What is the meaning of Wi-Fi?

  • Wireless Fidelity
  • Wireless Firewall
  • Wireless Finality
  • Wireless Finance
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Wireless Fidelity

It is a system that connects computers and other electronic equipment to the internet without using wires.

7. What is the shortcut for close or exit?

  • CTRL + C
  • CTRL + F4
  • CTRL + X
  • ALT + F4
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Shortcut keys make using the computers more convenient. Press this to close an app or window.

8. What is the shortcut for copy and paste?

  • CTRL + C, CTRL+V
  • CTRL + C, CTRL+P
  • CTRL + X, CTRL+V
  • CTRL + X, CTRL+P
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Shortcut keys make using the computers a lot easier. Press CTRL+C to copy something and CTRL+V to paste what you highlighted and copied/cut.

9. What are you trying to do if you press CTRL+F?

  • Finish
  • Find
  • Freeze
  • Fish
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Shortcut keys make using the computers a lot easier. Press CTRL+F to try finding/searching for something by using a keyword.

10. What are you trying to do if you press ALT+F4?

  • Exit/Close
  • Copy and Paste
  • Cut Something
  • Go to the End
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Press ALT+F4 to close an app or window.

Science and Nature “Trivia” Questions

There’s so much scientific knowledge we need to know about the world we live in. It is our duty to know about nature in order to also know how to take care of it. Here are some science and nature “Trivia” questions you can try:

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1. What do bees use to make honey?

  • Sugar
  • Nectar
  • Petals
  • Pollen
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Bees suck the nectar to make honey.

2. Which type of gas do we excrete when we fart or breathe out?

  • Oxygen
  • Nitrogen
  • Biogas
  • Carbon Dioxide
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Carbon Dioxide

CO^2 is in our farts and the air we breathe out.

3. Which type of gas do we need to survive?

  • Oxygen
  • Nitrogen
  • Biogas
  • Carbon Dioxide
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Without oxygen on Earth, life will be extinct.

4. What type of creature is a Barramundi?

  • A mammal
  • An insect
  • A fish
  • A reptile
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A fish

It’s actually a salt and freshwater sportfish that’s targeted by a lot of fishermen.

5. How many wings does a mosquito have?

  • 1
  • 2
  • 4
  • 6
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This pair of wings has scales on them.

6. What do you call a group of grasshoppers?

  • flock
  • cloud
  • herd
  • colony
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Not a lot of people know this!

7. What is a landform that is surrounded by water?

  • Mountain
  • Hill
  • Island
  • Plane
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The world has a total of around two thousand islands in oceans.

8. What do you call the body of water that is surrounded by land?

  • Ocean
  • Lake
  • Waterfall
  • Mount Everest
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The world has a total of 117 million lakes.

9. What do you call the study of plant life?

  • Vegology
  • Plantology
  • Herbology
  • Botany
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This is the science that deals with the study of plants and everything about it.

10. What do you call the study of animals?

  • Creaturology
  • Zoology
  • Animalogy
  • Botany
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This is the science that deals with the study of animal life.

11. What is the world’s largest active volcano?

  • Galeras
  • Eyjafjallajokull
  • Mauna Loa
  • Mount Everest
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Mauna Loa

This volcano has 33 times since its first well-documented eruption in 1843. But the Mount Everest is the tallest mountain worldwide.

We hope you enjoyed playing Science “Trivia” and that these questions challenged your knowledge and made you learn something new. Whether you’re a science whiz or just curious about the world around us, Science “Trivia” is a fun way to test your knowledge and engage with others.

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