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  • 1. AUGUST 24th QOTM Quizmaster:Anupam Sinha
  • 2. AUGUST 24th QOTM Quizmaster:Anupam Sinha
  • 3. TO CONNECT OR NOT TO CONNECT • 8 Questions written round • 10 points for each • 10 points for getting the connect in first four • 5 points for getting the connect in the last four • No negatives • 1 try per team per round
  • 4. 1. • Louis Nicolas Vauquelin was first to isolate X from crocoite in 1797. • Crocoite was used as a red pigment. It’s a compound of Lead, X and Oxygen. • Oxide of X was used by the Chinese in the Qin dynasty to coat metal weapons found with the Terracotta Army. • The colour of Rubies is because the presence of X.
  • 5. 2. • X is an integer that is divisible by the sum of its digits. Xs were defined by D. R. Kaprekar. The name X is derived from Sanskrit word meaning joy-giver.
  • 6. 3. • X (named after its Italian discoverer)is a collaboration begun in the early 1990s between various national metrology institutes to measure the X constant by the X-ray crystal density method to a relative uncertainty of 2×10−8 or less. The project is part of the efforts to redefine the kilogram in terms of a universal physical constant, rather than the International Prototype Kilogram, and complements the measurements of the Planck constant using watt balances. Under the current definitions of the International System of Units(SI), a measurement of the X constant is an indirect measurement of the Planck constant: • Y! is a good approximation of X
  • 7. 4.Id the two groups
  • 8. 5. • X provides a method of representing and storing graphical-image information (especially in computer processing) in an RGB color space such that a very large number of colors, shades, and hues can be displayed in an image, such as in high-quality photographic images or complex graphics. •
  • 9. 6. • The word X literally means ford-maker in sankskrit
  • 10. 7. What is “X” ? • The SI prefix for 10x is yotta (Y), and for 10−x (i.e., the reciprocal of 10x ) yocto (y). These numbers are the largest and smallest number to receive an SI prefix.
  • 11. 8.Id
  • 12. Answers 1. Chromium (Atomic Number 24) 2. Harshad Number (24 is an example) 3. Avogadro and 24! 4. 12 Apostles and 12 tribes of Israel 5. True colour(24 bit) 6. Theerthankara(24 in total) 7. 24 8. 24 the T.V. series
  • 13. Cross-disciplinary Creativity • 10 Questions on cross-over artistry. • 10 Points for correct answers. • +10/-5 points for pounce
  • 14. 1.
  • 15. The Answer is….
  • 16. Richard Feynman
  • 17. 2.
  • 18. Contd….
  • 19. The Answer is….
  • 20. Rene Margarite
  • 21. 3.
  • 22. Contd….
  • 23. The Answer is….
  • 24. Sylvia Plath
  • 25. 4.
  • 26. The Answer is….
  • 27. Dr. Seuss
  • 28. 5. X illustrating a book Y
  • 29. Contd…
  • 30. Contd…
  • 31. The Answer is….
  • 32. Salvador Dali and Alice in Wonderland
  • 33. 6.
  • 34. The Answer is….
  • 35. Andy Warhol
  • 36. 7. • She had read Ulysses. She took great pains to be photographed reading or holding a book — insistence born not out of vain affectation but of a genuine love of literature. Her personal library contained four hundred books, including classics like Dostoyevsky and Milton, and modern staples like Hemingway and Kerouac. While she wasn’t shooting, she was taking literature and history night classes at UCLA. And she also wrote poetry… •
  • 37. • Only parts of us will ever touch only parts of others – one’s own truth is just that really — one’s own truth. We can only share the part that is understood by within another’s knowing acceptable to the other — therefore so one is for most part alone. As it is meant to be in evidently in nature — at best though perhaps it could make our understanding seek another’s loneliness out.
  • 38. • Life – I am of both of your directions Life Somehow remaining hanging downward the most but strong as a cobweb in the wind — I exist more with the cold glistening frost. But my beaded rays have the colors I’ve seen in a paintings — ah life they have cheated you
  • 39. The Answer is….
  • 40. 8. • X was a painter turned inventor. He invented the first electrical version of Y(in 1837) for which he became famous. Y has been mostly been discontinued world wide. X and Y?
  • 41. The Answer is….
  • 42. Samuel Morse and Telegraph
  • 43. 9. • X sketching for Y
  • 44. The Answer is….
  • 45. Satyajit Ray and Pather Panchali
  • 46. 10. • X wrote, produced, directed, and starred in a short experimental film titled Time Piece, exploring in a visceral way the effect time- keeping has on all of us. It premiered on May 6, 1965 at the Museum of Modern Art and was nominated for an Academy Award in 1966.
  • 47. The Answer is….
  • 48. Jim Hensen of the Muppets fame
  • 49. TO DRY TRYING OR NOT TO TRY • 20 Questions Clockwise. • 10 points for the correct answer. • +10 and -5 on pounce. • Full answer required for pounce.
  • 50. 1. • X wants to "build something extraordinary" to keep its servers -- "the ones that re-direct your traffic to a secret location" -- safe from prying eyes. • In a post on the website's blog, X has revealed plans to use "GPS-controlled drones, far-reaching cheap radio equipment and tiny new computers like the Raspberry Pi," to build low-orbit aircraft that will float some kilometers up in the air. • These Low Orbit Server Stations (LOSS) will act as satellites, redirecting traffic . • In 2007, the X reportedly tried to buy the Principality of Sealand -- a micronation platform in the North Sea off the Suffolk coast -- for true legal immunity. The Sealand government, however, did not want to be involved with X.
  • 51. The Answer is….
  • 52. The Pirate Bay
  • 53. 2. • In a January issue of the science journal Nature, Pier Paolo Pandolfi of the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York described the cancer-causing POK erythroid myeloid ontogenic gene, calling it X in the process. • Not pleased by the rush of headlines proclaiming “X causes cancer," X USA threatened legal action against the center to have the name of its popular game and trading card series disassociated from the gene, reports the latest issue of Nature. The center has complied with X USA's demands, and now refers to the gene by the much less- catchy name Zbtb7. What’s X ?
  • 54. The Answer is….
  • 55. Pokemon
  • 56. 3. • X (August 17, 1786 – March 6, 1836) was a 19th-century American folk hero, frontiersman, soldier and politician. He is commonly referred to in popular culture by the epithet "King of the Wild Frontier". He represented Tennessee in the U.S. House of Representatives, served in the Texas Revolution, and died at the Battle of the Alamo. • X became famous in his own lifetime for larger-than-life exploits popularized by stage plays and almanacs. After his death, he continued to be credited with acts of mythical proportion. These led in the 20th century to television and movie portrayals, and he became one of the best-known American folk heroes. • The M-28 or M-29 (Named after X ) was a tactical nuclear recoilless gun for firing the M388 nuclear projectile that was deployed by the United States during the Cold War. It was one of the smallest nuclear weapon systems ever built. (pics on the next slide)
  • 57. Contd….
  • 58. The Answer is….
  • 59. Davy Crockett
  • 60. 4. • X is a unit of rate of extraction of heat, used in refrigeration, equal to one calorie per hour.(All clues in the question)
  • 61. The Answer is….
  • 62. Frigorie
  • 63. 5. • Michael James "Mike" X (born August 19, 1962) is an American engineer and a NASA astronaut. X is a veteran of two Space Shuttle missions, both of which serviced the Hubble Space Telescope (HST), including the historic final repair mission.He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in industrial engineering in 1984 from Columbia University. Though Y always claims that he has got an MS(in mechanical engineering) from MIT it is in fact his co- astronaut X who has got an MS and PhD (in mechanical engineering) from MIT. Who’s X ?
  • 64. The Answer is….
  • 65. Massimino
  • 66. 6. • A _______ equivalent dose is a nonstandard unit of radiation exposure, defined as the additional dose a person will absorb from eating one ________. The concept is based on the fact that ______, like most organic material, naturally contain a certain amount of radioactive isotopes—even in the absence of any contamination due to human nuclear endeavours. This unit was meant to express the severity of exposure to radiation, such as resulting from nuclear power, nuclear weapons or medical procedures, in terms that would make sense to most people. The major natural source of radioactivity in plant tissue is potassium, which in nature contains 0.0117% of the unstable isotope potassium-40 (40 K).
  • 67. The Answer is….
  • 68. Banana
  • 69. 7. • A _______ is a garment worn around the neck and chin, and which usually covers the head(Pic on the next slide). Its use developed among women in early medieval Europe. At many stages of medieval culture it was unseemly for a married woman to show her hair. Hence _______ was worn. A ________ might be elaborately starched, and creased and folded in prescribed ways, even supported on wire or wicker framing. •
  • 70. Contd…
  • 71. The Answer is….
  • 72. Wimple
  • 73. 8. • Patent (pics)by X to do Y. X and Y ?
  • 74. The Answer is….
  • 75. Michael Jackson to do his famous gravity- defying lean in Moonwalker
  • 76. 9. • Richard James Hart (born James Vincenzo _______) (1892 – October 1, 1952) was the oldest brother of X(famous/notorious in Chicago) . • He worked to lose his Brooklyn accent and tried to disguise his Italian ancestry as well. He enlisted in the Army in World War I, served in France, and earned a commission as a lieutenant. • After the war, he legally changed his name to Richard James Hart, in honor of , William S. Hart and became a federal Prohibition agent(ironically enough), making his home in Homer, Nebraska. Following a series of successful raids against bootleggers, he gained the nickname of "Two-gun" Hart. In the mid-1920s, newspaper reporters learned of his kinship to X; the resulting publicity forced Hart and his family to move from Homer. Give me his original surname.
  • 77. The Answer is….
  • 78. Capone
  • 79. 10. • The charango is a small Andean stringed instrument of the lute family, 66 cm long, traditionally made with the shell of the back of an __________. Primarily played in traditional Andean music, and is sometimes used by other Latin American musicians. Many contemporary charangos are now made with different types of wood. It typically has 10 strings in five courses of 2 strings each, but other variations exist.
  • 80. Contd….
  • 81. The Answer is….
  • 82. Armadillo
  • 83. 11. Who is this man (his profession) and why has he covered himself in a plastic bag (pics on the next slide)?
  • 84. The Answer is….
  • 85. • Cohanim(Kohens) or Jewish Priests. To prevent himself getting contaminated when the plane flies over a grave yard.
  • 86. 12. • The word X comes from the title of an 1882 play of the same name, by dramatist Victorien Sardou, written for Sarah Bernhardt.The play was first performed in the United States in 1889. Bernhardt played Princess X , the heroine of the play. During the play, Bernhardt, a notorious cross-dresser, wore a X . Women's-rights activists adopted the fashion. Men began to wear them with city clothes after 1924, led by Britain's Prince Edward. Since the early part of the 20th century, many Haredi and other Orthodox Jews have made Xs a standard part of their costumes •
  • 87. The Answer is….
  • 88. Fedora
  • 89. 13. • X –Y (where X is the source/origin and Y the colour itself) was a bituminous pigment, intermediate in tint between burnt umber and raw umber, which was one of the favorite colors of the Pre-Raphaelites. • X-Y was originally made in the 16th and 17th centuries from white pitch, myrrh, and the ground-up remains of X, both human and feline. As it had good transparency, it could be used for glazes, shadows, flesh tones and shading. However, in addition to its tendency to crack, it was extremely variable in its composition and quality, and since it contained ammonia and particles of fat, was likely to affect other colours with which it was used.. It fell from popularity during the 19th century when its composition became more generally known to artists. The Pre-Raphaelite artist Edward Burne-Jones was reported to have ceremonially buried his tube of X-Y in his garden when he discovered its true origins.
  • 90. The Answer is….
  • 91. Mummy Brown
  • 92. 14. • The Red Avadavat, Red Munia or Strawberry Finch (Amandava amandava) is a sparrow-sized bird of the Estrildidae family. It is found in the open fields and grasslands of tropical Asia and is popular as a cage bird due to the colourful plumage of the males in their breeding season. It breeds in the Indian Subcontinent in the Monsoon season. The species name of amandava and the common name of avadavat are derived from the city X from where these birds were exported into the pet trade in former
  • 93. Contd…
  • 94. The Answer is….
  • 95. Ahmadabad
  • 96. 15. • Who and what’s the occasion ? (Pic on the next slide)
  • 97. Contd…
  • 98. The Answer is….
  • 99. • First ever broadcast of live public entertainment, by the famous Australian soprano Dame Nellie Melba
  • 100. 16. • Jaroslav Drobný (12 October 1921 in Prague, Czechoslovakia – 13 September 2001 in London, United Kingdom) was a former World No. 1 amateur tennis champion as well as being an ice hockey player for the Czechoslovakian national team. He left Czechoslovakia in 1949 and travelled as an Egyptian citizen before becoming a citizen of Great Britain in 1959, where he died in 2001. In 1954, he became the first and, to date, only player to ____________
  • 101. The Answer is….
  • 102. • The only player with an African Citizenship to have won a Wimbledon
  • 103. 17. • This monument in Xian, China is dedicated to X. The city of Xian was the starting point of X. Identify X.
  • 104. The Answer is….
  • 105. Silk Road
  • 106. 18. • X is an Ashkenazi Jewish dish made from a poached mixture of ground boned fish, such as carp, whitefish or pike, which is typically eaten as an appetizer. • Although the dish historically consisted of a minced- fish forcemeat stuffed inside the fish skin. Since the 19th century the skin has commonly been omitted and the seasoned fish is formed into patties similar to quenelles or fish balls. They are popular on Shabbat and Holidays. • Preparation of X with sugar or black pepper is considered an indicator of whether a Jewish community was Galitzianer (with sugar) or Litvak(with pepper), hence the boundary separating northern from southern East Yiddish has been dubbed "the X Line". (Pic on the next slide)
  • 107. The Answer is….
  • 108. Gefilte Fish (Line)
  • 109. 19. • X (5 August 1950 – 25 May 2013) was an Indian political leader belonging to Indian National Congress from Chhattisgarh state. He was the leader of the opposition in the Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha from 2004 to 2008. In 2005, he played a top role in organising the Salwa Judum movement against Naxalites (Maoists) in Chhattisgarh. He was a Minister of Industry and Commerce in the Ajit Jogi cabinet since the state formation in 2000 to 2004. He was assassinated by naxalites on 25 May 2013 in a Maoist attack while returning from a Parivartan Rally meeting organised by his party in Sukma.
  • 110. The Answer is….
  • 111. Mahendra Karma
  • 112. 20. • The snakehead murrel , Channa striata, is a species of snakehead fish. It is also known as the common snakehead, chevron snakehead, and striped snakehead. It is native to South and Southeast Asia, and has been introduced to some Pacific Islands and Madagascar. Its used in cuisine throughout SE asia. Why does it become important in India during Mrigashira Nakshatra?
  • 113. The Answer is….
  • 114. Fish used in fish-medicine of the Baithini Goud brothers
  • 115. AV Round • 8 Questions • 10 points • +10/-5 pounce
  • 116. 1. Connect
  • 117. The Answer is…
  • 118. Charles Bukowski
  • 119. 2. Identify this third member of a trio whose first two members are rather well known
  • 120. The Answer is…
  • 121. Dr. Jearl Walker of Resnick, Halliday and Walker fame
  • 122. 3.The movie “A” is based on a play of same name by “B” in 1953. B dramatized a certain gruesome event “C” of late 1600s. The play is an allegory of “D” that happened between late 1940s to 1950s . A,B,C and D please
  • 123. The Answer is…
  • 124. • A- The Crucible • B- Arthur Miller • C- Salem Witch Trials • D- McCarthyism
  • 125. 4. • X is a popular dance of Greek origin, choreographed by Giorgos Provias for the 1964 film Y. It is not a traditional Greek folk dance, but a mixture of the slow and fast versions of the hasapiko dance. The dance, and the accompanying music by Míkis Theodorakis, are also called ______dance, ______, or "the dance of ________".
  • 126. The Answer is…
  • 127. Zorba the Greek and Sirtaki
  • 128. 5. • Age of Consent is movie based on X’s story. The movie also was the debut of an actress Y. • Sirens is a movie that is partly based on the life of X (role played by Sam Neil). This movie was the debut of an Australian supermodel Z. X,Y, and Z please
  • 129. The Answer is…
  • 130. • X- Norman Lindsay • Y- Helen Mirren • Z- Elle Macpherson
  • 131. 6. Connect
  • 132. The Answer is…
  • 133. • The title for the Bond novel “Golden Eye” was taken from Carson McCullers’ novel “Reflections in a Golden Eye”
  • 134. 7. • X is a 1990 American biographical drama film directed by Philip Kaufman and stars Fred Ward, Maria de Medeiros, and Uma Thurman. It is loosely based on the book of the same name by the French author Y, and tells the story of Y’s relationship with _________and his wife, June. • The film was nominated for Best Cinematography at the 63rd Academy Awards. It is the first and, to date, only Oscar-nominated film to be released with an NC-17 rating
  • 135. The Answer is…
  • 136. Henry and June, Anais Nin
  • 137. 8. • The film tells the forgotten story of Andree Heuschling, also known as Catherine Hessling, who was the last model of impressionist painter X and the first actor in the films of his son, the film director Y . Andree was the link between two famous and widely acclaimed artists, a father and son. As the father is at the end his brilliant career, the son is still searching for himself, his great career as one of the most celebrated movie directors having not yet begun.
  • 138. The Answer is…
  • 139. Pierre Renoir and Jean Renoir
  • 140. 9. • X is the title of a 1981 film adaptation of Klaus Mann's novel X , directed by István Szabó, and starring Klaus Maria Brandauer as Hendrik Höfgen. • The film adapts the story of Y and Z by having the main character Hendrik Höfgen abandon his conscience and continue to act and ingratiate himself with the Nazi Party and so keep and improve his job and social position. • X,Yand Z (X can be derived by shortening Y)
  • 141. The Answer is…
  • 142. Mephitso, Mephistopheles and Dr. Faustus
  • 143. • 20 Questions anticlockwise. • 10 points for correct answer • +10/-5 on pounce.
  • 144. 1. • What word has been blocked out ? (Pic in the next slide)
  • 145. The Answer is….
  • 146. Barrel
  • 147. 2. • X is a word derived from latin for "belly" + "speak" . • Patterned on Greek engastrimythos, literally "speaking in the belly," which was not originally an entertainer's trick but rather a rumbling sort of internal speech, regarded as a sign of spiritual inspiration or (more usually) demonic possession.
  • 148. The Answer is….
  • 149. Ventriloquism
  • 150. 3. • The X effect occurs when people devote sufficient time and attention to an activity that it begins to overshadow their thoughts, mental images, and dreams. • People who indulge in X for a prolonged amount of time may then find themselves thinking about ways different shapes in the real world can fit together, such as the boxes on a supermarket shelf or the buildings on a street. In this sense, the X effect is a form of habit
  • 151. The Answer is….
  • 152. Tetris Effect
  • 153. 4. • 23andMe is a privately held company based in Mountain View, California. • What does it do? (All the clues in the name)
  • 154. The Answer is….
  • 155. Personalized Genomics(Kits)
  • 156. 5. • X is a type of curry which involves frying marinated pieces of meat or vegetables in oil and spices to produce a dry, thick sauce. As the dish includes green chillies, a X can range in heat from a medium dish to a very hot one. Other main ingredients include bell pepper, onion and tomato. • From the times of the Chinese when it was created as a way of using leftover meat, the chillies have helped to disguise any disagreeable taste. The name comes from combination of Bengali word for spicy food and Urdu/Persian word for suitable for a diet. • X has become the most popular dish in UK Indian restaurants.
  • 157. The Answer is….
  • 158. Jalfrezi
  • 159. 6. • Valley of the X is a novel by American writer Jacqueline Susann, published in 1966. The “X" within the title is a slang term for downers (people suffering from depression); originally short for Y the term came to refer to any barbiturates used as sleep aids. It is a roman à clef novel that depicts the private lives of the real-life rich and famous under a veneer of fiction.
  • 160. The Answer is….
  • 161. Dolophine(Methadone)
  • 162. 7. • In july 2012 the Damson Dene Hotel located in the Lake District of northwestern England, replaced the traditional Gideon Bible with “X” • Hotel owner Jonathan Denby told NBC News that in a secular society, it was “wholly inappropriate” to put a religious book in someone’s bedroom. He confessed that the novel, which started life as Twilight fan fiction, wasn’t his first choice of replacement. “I was thinking originally of putting in a book by Ayn Rand — Atlas Shrugged was my first thought,” he said, but “because everybody is reading ”X”, we thought it would be a hospitable thing to do, to have this available for our guests, especially if some of them were a little bit shy about buying it because of its reputation.” • The move has also attracted the ire of local parish priest Michael Woodcock, who told the Westmorland Gazette that “it is a great shame that Bibles have been removed from rooms and very inappropriate to have been replaced by “X”
  • 163. The Answer is….
  • 164. 50 Shades of Gray
  • 165. 8. • X is commonly used to describe wild or erratic behavior, but the phrase actually began its life as a medical term. The saying was popularized in the 18th and 19th centuries, when European visitors to Malaysia learned of a peculiar mental affliction that caused otherwise normal tribesmen to go on brutal and seemingly random killing sprees. The operative word of the phrase is derived from the “Amuco,” a band of Javanese and Malay warriors who were known for their penchant for indiscriminate violence—was initially a source of morbid fascination for Westerners.
  • 166. The Answer is….
  • 167. Running Amok
  • 168. 9. • In 1932, X was commissioned by John D. Rockefeller to create a mural for the walls of New York’s Rockefeller Center. Given the theme of “Man at the Crossroads Looking with Hope and High Vision to the Choosing of a New and Better Future,” X responded with a revolutionary work that referenced scientific progress, civil rights and the plight of the working class. He also included a depiction of Y —a move that offended the sensibilities of his wealthy patrons. When X refused to remove Y from his mural, the Rockefellers had the work covered over with canvas frames and then later destroyed. X would go on to paint another version of his Rockefeller mural—this time titled “Man, Controller of the Universe”.
  • 169. The Answer is….
  • 170. Diego Rivera and Lenin
  • 171. 10. • A __________ (from the French for gliding door) is a latticed grille made of wood, metal or a combination of the two. • _________s fortified the entrances to many medieval castles, securely closing off the castle during time of attack or siege. They were mounted in vertical grooves in castle walls and could be raised or lowered quickly by means of chains or ropes attached to an internal winch. • There would often be two _________s to the main entrance. The one closer to the inside would be closed first and then the one farther away. This was used to trap the enemy and often, burning wood or fire-heated sand would be dropped onto them from the roof.There were often arrow slits in the sides of the walls, enabling archers and crossbowmen to eliminate the trapped group of attackers. (Pic on the next slide) • •
  • 172. The Answer is….
  • 173. Portcullis
  • 174. 11. • X are very small sponge cakes with a distinctive shell-like shape acquired from being baked in pans with shell-shaped depressions. (Pic on the next slide) • The most famous instance of involuntary memory by Proust is known as the "episode of the X ," from In Search of Lost Time. • “No sooner had the warm liquid mixed with the crumbs touched my palate than a shudder ran through me and I stopped, intent upon the extraordinary thing that was happening to me. An exquisite pleasure had invaded my senses, something isolated, detached, with no suggestion of its origin. ” •
  • 175. The Answer is….
  • 176. Madeleine
  • 177. 12.
  • 178. The Answer is….
  • 179. • Molosser dogs named after Molossia region of ancient greece. Chinese used these dogs during their incursions into Leh
  • 180. 13. • The yawn reflex has long been observed and considered to be contagious. Observing another person's yawning face (especially his/her eyes), even reading, or thinking about yawning, or looking at a yawning picture can cause a person to yawn. In short contagious yawning is also considered to be a proxy for empathic capacity. • A 2007 study found that young children suffering from X do not increase their yawning frequency after seeing videos of other people yawning, in contrast to typically developing children. What were these children suffering from ?
  • 181. The Answer is….
  • 182. Autism or Autism spectrum disorders
  • 183. 14.• This island aka Hashima island (pics next slide) was populated from 1887 to 1974 as a coal mining facility. The island's most notable features are the abandoned and undisturbed concrete apartment buildings and the surrounding sea wall. The island has been administered as part of Nagasaki city since the merger of the former town of Takashima in 2005. • It is known for its coal mines and their operation during the industrialization of Japan. Mitsubishi bought the island in 1890 and began the project, the aim of which was extracting coal from undersea mines. As petroleum replaced coal in Japan in the 1960s, coal mines 1974, and today it is empty and bare, which is why it is also called Ghost Island. Travel to Hashima was re-opened on April 22, 2009 after 35 years of closure. Why was this island in news in the end of 2012 and beginning of 2013 ? •
  • 184. The Answer is….
  • 185. The lair of the villain Raoul Silvia in the movie Skyfall
  • 186. 15. • X is a computer programming jargon term for a software bug that seems to disappear or alter its behavior when one attempts to study term is a pun on the name of Y, the physicist who first asserted the observer effect of quantum mechanics, which states that the act of observing a system inevitably alters its state. • X occur because common attempts to debug a program, such as inserting output statements or running it in a debugger, usually modify the code, change the memory addresses of variables and the timing of its execution. •
  • 187. The Answer is….
  • 188. Hisenbug from Hisenberg
  • 189. 16. • X is derived from the Old English bēn meaning “a prayer, a favor.” By the late eighteenth century, X had become commonly associated with the British dialect form, referring to the joining of neighbors to work on a single activity to help a neighbor in need.
  • 190. The Answer is….
  • 191. Bee in Spelling Bee or Knitting Bee
  • 192. 17. • Dark Horse Records is a record label founded by X in 1974. All his recordings starting with Thirty Three & 1/3 in 1976 and ending with Live in Japan in 1992 were released by Dark Horse Records. The label also released the albums of Pt. Ravishankar among other artists. The inspiration for the Dark Horse logo came from a picture of Y on a tin box X saw on one of his many trips to India. X and Y.
  • 193. The Answer is….
  • 194. George Harrison and Uchaishrava
  • 195. 18. • In professional boxing, the X championship of a weight class is a notional world championship title. It is initially held at some moment in time by a boxer universally acclaimed as the best in the class. Another boxer can win the X championship only by defeating the reigning X champion the ring. The X champion is described as "the man who beat the man". There is no single canonical list of X champions at any weight class, because there is no agreed method of what to do when the current champion retires or moves to a different weight class.
  • 196. The Answer is….
  • 197. Lineal Championships
  • 198. 19. • Squealer is a fictional pig from George Orwell's Animal Farm. Squealer represents X who was Stalin's protégée and head of Communist propaganda. Apart from an infamous pact he also lends his name to a “cocktail”. • Throughout the novel Squealer is highly skilled at making speeches to the animals. He is also one of the leaders of the farm. Under the rule of Napoleon, Squealer does things to manipulate the animals.
  • 199. The Answer is….
  • 200. Vyacheslav Molotov • Of Molotov-Ribbentorp pact and Molotov Cocktail
  • 201. 20. • An X(pic on the next slide) is a typographical symbol or glyph.The X is usually used to indicate a footnote, in the same way an asterisk is. The X is only used for a second footnote when an asterisk is already used. A third footnote employs the double X.
  • 202. The Answer is….
  • 203. Dagger or Obelisk
  • 204. • Famous philosophers caricatured in Action Philosophers comics • 10 Questions • 10 Points Each TO WRITE OR NOT TO WRITE
  • 205. 1.
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  • 215. Answers • Ayn Rand • Thomas Jefferson • Plato • Frederic Nietzsche • Bertrand Russell • Rene Descartes • Mary Wollstonecraft Shelly • Immanuel Kant • Lao Tzu • Aristotle
  • 216. And this is how it ends… Danke Shun