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How Science are you?

PostRe: How Science are you? by Crazyk

answered 13 of 13 questions correctly.
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» Thu Apr 25, 2013 7:00 pm «Top

PostRe: How Science are you? by RampantBadger

Deadpunk wrote:
Runner wrote:Nearly made the same mistake, basing it on it being the most abundant element on the planet, but paused for a few moments and remembered :)


Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the Universe, not on the planet. By mass, Earth is largely Iron and Oxygen.


Wrong.

By mass, Earth is largely Deadpunk.

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also, 13/13 - FOR SCIENCE
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» Thu Apr 25, 2013 9:18 pm «Top

PostRe: How Science are you? by Deadpunk

RampantBadger wrote:
Deadpunk wrote:
Runner wrote:Nearly made the same mistake, basing it on it being the most abundant element on the planet, but paused for a few moments and remembered :)


Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the Universe, not on the planet. By mass, Earth is largely Iron and Oxygen.


Wrong.

By mass, Earth is largely Deadpunk.

:dance:

also, 13/13 - FOR SCIENCE


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» Thu Apr 25, 2013 11:59 pm «Top

PostRe: How Science are you? by RubberJonny

13/13
RampantBadger wrote:
Deadpunk wrote:By mass, Earth is largely Iron and Oxygen.
Wrong.

By mass, Earth is largely Deadpunk.
Slayed me :laughing-rolling:

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» Fri Apr 26, 2013 12:30 am «Top

PostRe: How Science are you? by AngryCrocodile

RampantBadger wrote:
Deadpunk wrote:
Runner wrote:Nearly made the same mistake, basing it on it being the most abundant element on the planet, but paused for a few moments and remembered :)


Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the Universe, not on the planet. By mass, Earth is largely Iron and Oxygen.


Wrong.

By mass, Earth is largely Deadpunk.

:dance:

also, 13/13 - FOR SCIENCE


Tbf it's a close run between DP and Trev (50/40/10 everything else)

13/13 only thing I had to thing about was Fracking...
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» Fri Apr 26, 2013 11:15 am «Top

PostRe: How Science are you? by Trevor Hanley

AngryCrocodile wrote:
RampantBadger wrote:
Deadpunk wrote:

Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the Universe, not on the planet. By mass, Earth is largely Iron and Oxygen.


Wrong.

By mass, Earth is largely Deadpunk.

:dance:

also, 13/13 - FOR SCIENCE


Tbf it's a close run between DP and Trev (50/40/10 everything else)

13/13 only thing I had to thing about was Fracking...


Which when you factor in I weight .02 of a metric DP is quite a startling revelation.
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» Fri Apr 26, 2013 12:36 pm «Top