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Quiz- What is caffeine made of?

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  1. What is caffeine made of?
  2. What were the first London Underground trains nicknamed?
  3. What is the national tree of India?
  4. What do you call a wart that hangs down like a string?
  5. What are shallops used for?

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ANSWERS

  1. Carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen: the same as cocaine, TNT, Heroin.
  2. Sewer trains
  3. Banyan
  4. Acrochordon
  5. Chiefly for coastal fishing

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F A C T F I L E

VOLTAIRE

Quiz- What is caffeine made of?

Born Francois Marie Arouet, Voltaire was an 18th century French poet, writer, historian and philosopher. He wrote prolifically often up to 18 hours a day. His wit and open criticism of the establishment and the Catholic church, is well known. His caustic wit often got him into trouble and in May 1716 he was briefly exiled from Paris for writing against the Regent and family. Later again, he was imprisoned at the Bastille for his critical writings. An acolyte of Newton, he helped popularise the theory of Newton and the apple.

He strongly advocated freedom of speech and religion. He wanted the separation of state and religion. Some of his popular works include Oedipus, Mahomet, Nanine, Candide and Treatise on Tolerance.

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Quiz- What is caffeine made of?

If a tree was planted for every Coca Cola sold, we could reforest the Earth in three years.

Trees are the longest living organisms on Earth.

Quiz- What is caffeine made of?

A tree can absorb as much as 48 pounds of carbon di oxide in a year.

Trees lower air temperature by evaporating water in their leaves.

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