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Who wants to be a scientist?. <insert school name> Celebrating Science Year 2001-2002. Who wants to be a scientist?. Do you?. Rules. Each member of the team answers one question Each member of the team will receive a prize after every correctly answered question

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who wants to be a scientist

Who wants to be a scientist?

<insert school name>

Celebrating Science Year

2001-2002

rules
Rules
  • Each member of the team answers one question
  • Each member of the team will receive a prize after every correctly answered question
  • The team have three opportunities to get help:

ask the audience phone a friend 50 / 50

  • If necessary there will be a tie-breaker question to decide the winning team
prizes
Prizes

The winning team receive:

<insert main prize here>

  • 4 correct questions <insert prize>
  • 3 correct questions <insert prize>
  • 2 correct questions <insert prize>
  • 1 correct question <insert prize>
1 which of these is not released from burning fossil fuels
1. Which of these is not released from burning fossil fuels?

A Carbon dioxide

B Sulphur dioxide

C Copper oxide

D Nitrogen oxides

1 dissolved pollutant gases can form
1. Dissolved pollutant gases can form:

A Ozone

B Acid rain

C Alkali snow

D Neutral rain

2 the death of scandinavian forests was blamed on
2. The death of Scandinavian forests was blamed on:

A Pollution from UK power stations

B Pollution from Scandinavian power stations

C Tree surgeons

D The Chernobyl disaster

2 acid rain does not cause
2. Acid rain does not cause:

A Lakes with a very low pH

B Erosion of limestone and marble

C Damage to trees

D Global warming

2 sulphur dioxide levels can be reduced by
2. Sulphur dioxide levels can be reduced by:

A Catalytic converters

B Static electricity in factory chimneys

C More efficient car engines

D Low sulphur fuels

3 which of these is not aggravated by air pollution
3. Which of these is not aggravated by air pollution?

A Asthma

B Nice sunsets

C Hayfever

D Global warming

3 which of these pollutants is not released by car exhausts
3.Which of these pollutants is not released by car exhausts?

A Carbon monoxide

B Carbon dioxide

C Magnesium oxide

D Lead oxide

3 the green house effect is where
3. The green house effect is where:

A Heat energy is trapped by the atmosphere

B Too many buildings are built from glass

C Solar panels are attached to roofs

D You take gardening too seriously

4 the greenhouse effect is thought to be the cause of
4. The greenhouse effect is thought to be the cause of:

A Huge tomatoes

B An increase in asthma sufferers

C Skin cancer

D An increase in global temperature

4 global warming will not cause
4. Global warming will not cause:

A Melting of the ice caps

B Increasing sea levels

C Increasing the hole in the ozone layer

D Unpredictable climate patterns

4 carbon dioxide levels are maintained by
4. Carbon dioxide levels are maintained by:

A Perspiration

B Photosynthesis

C Respiration

D Photosynthesis and respiration

the killer question

The Killer Question

In what year was the Kyoto Agreement made?