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  1. 1. Gen The Chaos 2020 General Quiz
  2. 2. Presented by Quiz Cetera - 75+ quizzes across 25+ campuses, incl. IITs, IIMs, and NITs
  3. 3. Rules of Engagement ● 6 rounds in total (41 questions in total) ● Rules for each round to be explained before the round ● Please refrain from relying on electronic devices or nearby participants ● The order is as follows : ○ Infinite Pounce 1 ○ Written round 1 ○ Infinite Pounce 2 ○ Written round 2 ○ Infinite Pounce 3 ○ Connect Round
  4. 4. Clockwise I 8 questions. +10 / -10
  5. 5. 1. Who is Fancy Bear? Why these companies? Area 1, a Silicon Valley-based cybersecurity firm, detected in early January that "Fancy Bear" has been systematically hacking into the email servers of KUB-Gas, Aldea, Esko-Pivnich, Nadragas, Tehnocom-Service, Pari, and Kvartal 95. To steal employees’ credentials, Fancy Bear directed them to fake login pages. Area 1 was able to trace the look-alike sites through a combination of internet service providers frequently used by Fancy Bear, rare web traffic patterns, and techniques that have been used in previous attacks against a slew of other high-impact victims.
  6. 6. Russian Hackers. Burisma. Fancy Bear is a Russian cyber espionage group (hackers) said to be associated with the Russian military intelligence agency GRU These companies are subsidiaries of Burisma, on whose board the son of US Democratic Presidential Candidate and former VP Joe Biden was a member.
  7. 7. 2. Fill the blank. Which phenomenon? Where? Velvet worms are incredibly social; studying them provides clues to the evolution of social behavior in arthropods. They sleep together in a pile and for that reason a researcher studying them, who thinks they are "adorable, adorable animals" has been trying to popularize the phrase “a _______ of velvet worms” as a collective noun. Velvet worms are highly local, though. This has put them on an extinction path, thanks to a 2019 phenomenon in the area that the government did not want to spread to 2020, but miserably failed in achieving.
  8. 8. Cuddle | Bushfires in Australia
  9. 9. 3. The 1994 book? The condition and procedure? Her 1994 memoir won praise for opening a dialogue about clinical depression and helped introduce an unsparing style of confessional writing that remains influential. She died in early January 2020 of a genetic mutation that caused a condition most women dread post their mid-life. In 2015, she underwent a surgical procedure, and had since been a champion of its preventative advantage. "I could have had [the procedure] with reconstruction and skipped the part where I got [the condition],” she wrote. “I feel like the biggest idiot for not doing so.”
  10. 10. Book: Prozac Nation Condition: Breast Cancer Procedure: Mastectomy
  11. 11. 4. What does Flygskam mean? Whose rise? Flygskam is the most popular among a group of similar meaning European words to have become prominent in 2019, thanks to the rising fame of a person. The person avoided Flygskam by travelling from England to the US on the Malizia II and back to Spain on the La Vagabonde.
  12. 12. Greta Thunberg.
  13. 13. 5. Give event, threat, country. In this sporting event, every year the course, which originally ran from France to Senegal, requires drivers to navigate several thousand miles of dunes. So treacherous is the terrain that more than 50 competitors and spectators have died since the first edition in 1979. Which event? In 2009 the race relocated to South America because of a growing threat. What threat? I'm January 2020, however, the event is being hosted by a country which has recently been trying to project a friendly image worldwide by hosting some high-profile sporting events, including major chess tournaments, a boxing world championship, and an El Clasico. Which country?
  14. 14. Event: Dakar Rally Threat: Remnants of Al Qaeda in Northwest Africa Country: Saudi Arabia
  15. 15. 6. Why was there an explosion of rats? Between September 1941 and January 1944, when the Nazis laid siege to Leningrad, over a million citizens, including four hundred thousand children died; many of them due to starvation. One of the reasons for food scarcity was the unexpectedly large population boost of rats and other vermin in the city within months of the siege. The vermin pillaged stored food and ate away the produce in kitchen gardens throughout the city.
  16. 16. Starving men ate all the cats
  17. 17. 7. Which movie ? What did they add? After a long and arduous search, the artists went with the original novel cover as the inspiration. However, they added one element to add perspective since people were not able to gauge the size of the creature (which was misinterpreted as baby-size to King Kong by the test audience). Which iconic movie ? What was the additional element that they added to the original book cover ?
  18. 18. Jurassic Park The backdrop of the forest and the small trees
  19. 19. 8. Which year ? Which event does it sponsor? Luzhou Laojiao is a Chinese liquor distilled from fermented sorghum and has been around for hundreds of years. It also produces a baijiu called Guojiao ____ based on the year of its founding. Post 2019, it has risen in popularity due to sponsoring a certain event every year. Which year was it founded (linked with the event) ? Which event does it sponsor ?
  20. 20. 1573, Australian Open
  21. 21. Written I
  22. 22. Forget me not Each slide has a mnemonic devised to remember something that high-school students around the world often forget easily. The first letter of each word is indicative and the lists are exhaustive. +10 for each. +20 for all. e.g. King Henry died drinking chocolate milk. For remembering the prefixes of SI units. Kilo-, hecto-, deca-, deci-, centi-, milli-
  23. 23. 1. Richard of York gave battle in vain
  24. 24. 2. Kings play chess over fine green silk.
  25. 25. 3. Boring, average politics can become very corrupt. People everywhere get used sometimes.
  26. 26. 4. Tall girls can fight. And other queer things can develop.
  27. 27. 5. Bad boys run our young girls behind victory garden walls
  28. 28. 6. Every beginning guitarist does all exercises!
  29. 29. Exchange Sheets
  30. 30. 1. Richard of York gave battle in vain
  31. 31. Colours of the Rainbow Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet
  32. 32. 2. Kings play chess over fine green silk.
  33. 33. Biological taxonomy order Kings play chess over fine green silk. K - Kingdom P - Phylum C - Class O - Order F - Family G - Genus S - Species
  34. 34. 3. Boring, average politics can become very corrupt. People everywhere get used sometimes.
  35. 35. The countries of South America Boring, Average Politics Can Become Very Corrupt. People Everywhere Get Used Sometimes. In order of largest to smallest by area: Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Colombia, Bolivia, Venezuela, Chile, Paraguay, Ecuador, Guyana, Uruguay, Suriname
  36. 36. 4. Tall girls can fight. And other queer things can develop.
  37. 37. Moh’s Scale of Mineral Hardness Tall Girls Can Fight. And Other Queer Things Can Develop. Talc(=1) Gypsum(=2) Calcite(=3) Fluorite(=4) Apatite(=5) Orthoclase(=6) Quartz(=7) Topaz(=8) Corundum(=9) Diamond(=10)
  38. 38. 5. Tall girls can fight. And other queer things can develop.
  39. 39. The EIA electronics color code Black(0), Brown(1), Red(2), Orange(3), Yellow(4), Green(5), Blue(6), Violet(7), Gray(8), White(9)
  40. 40. 6. Every beginning guitarist does all exercises!
  41. 41. Guitar strings in standard tuning Every Beginning Guitarist Does All Exercises! EBGDAE
  42. 42. Anticlockwise I 8 questions. +10 / -10
  43. 43. 1. Which norm? Human eyes take between 10 and 30 minutes to fully adjust to darkness. This delay could prove disastrous in the case of accidents, when one typically has to get their bearings quickly and escape out of the vehicle. This fact led to the emergence of a vehicle norm during the second half of the 20th century.
  44. 44. Flights turn off cabin lights during takeoff and landing.
  45. 45. 2. What feature of the solar system? In a vacuum, gases travel further than solids of same volume, when impressed by the same force. High-school teachers in Finland routinely demonstrate this in classrooms to explain what feature of the solar system?
  46. 46. Planetary circles The inner circle planets (Mercury, Venue, Earth, Mars) are solid The outer circle planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune) are gaseous
  47. 47. 3. What is the chhaupadi tradition about? Every winter, in Nepal’s snow-covered hills, young women keep dying because of a deadly superstition. Keeping with the chhaupadi tradition, women are exiled to small huts, cowsheds or makeshift bunkers, no matter how cold it is outside. Women typically die due to hypothermia or asphyxia by inhaling smoke from the small fires they stoke. Survivors are considered "god-touched" while the unfortunate ones face posthumous shame of "one who was tempted by the devil."
  48. 48. Banishing women to Menstrual Huts
  49. 49. 4. Which two events? "Activism has become one of the easiest ways to project yourself as cool,” says a teenager about Instagram activism and goes on to ridicule how thousands of accounts changed their profile pictures in the summer of 2019 to a deep blue and then to a striking red in protest of two events in two different parts of the world. She said people did so in the name of spreading awareness and showing solidarity "without moving a finger beyond flicking through their phones". She was immediately panned for her comments, of course.
  50. 50. Blue: Sudan. Military crackdown on citizens Red: Kashmir. Abrogation of Article 370
  51. 51. 5. What am I talking about? Cotton is made up of chains of cellulose, which are held together by weak hydrogen bonds that slip, slide and break apart when subjected to torsional stress. Once the stress is removed, the bonds are reformed. Another way these bonds break and reform are under high temperature and moisture conditions.
  52. 52. Why clothes wrinkle up on washing and why they straighten out on ironing
  53. 53. When Spanish explorers first reached the West Indies, they found tribes of Indians who described their chiefs as "caziques". The conquistadors applied the word, which also refers to a tropical bird similar to an oriole, to all native chiefs. While the term remained fairly common in Spanish, English speakers had hardly ever used it till 1982, when a certain Dr. Karl Khoshnaw popularized the term among logophiles around the world. 6. What did Khoshnaw do?
  54. 54. Set the record for highest scoring Scrabble word in a tournament.
  55. 55. 7. What does the Alphaville Herald cover? The Alphaville Herald is an online newspaper founded by Peter Ludlow, an American philosopher well known for his work on linguistics and was a student of Noam Chomsky. In the past, the newspaper has uncovered multiple scams and prostitution rackets. What does the Alphaville Herald cover/ where is it based ?
  56. 56. Second Life
  57. 57. 8. Why the irony? London’s eight Royal Parks are havens in the middle of a bustling city and recently touted as great conservation sites for various migratory birds. Yet a November 2019 exhibition, Play, Protests and Pelicans at the Garden Museum in Lambeth, suggested that the claim is rather ironic.
  58. 58. They were originally hunting grounds
  59. 59. Written Round II
  60. 60. KALtoons Each slide shows a KAL cartoon from The Economist. Just put funda behind each cartoon. +10 for each. +20 for all.
  61. 61. 1.
  62. 62. 2.
  63. 63. 3.
  64. 64. 4.
  65. 65. 5.
  66. 66. Exchange Sheets
  67. 67. 1. #MeToo
  68. 68. 2. Jamal Khashoggi murder
  69. 69. 3. 9/11
  70. 70. 4. Charlie Hebdo
  71. 71. 5. Thatcher Labour Reforms
  72. 72. Clockwise II 8 questions. +10 / -10
  73. 73. 1. Which two changes in which activities? During the Middle Ages, the rise of the Christian clergy and strong female monarchs in Europe led to a significant loss of influence of the position of the Prime Minister or the Grand Minister, which was usually the second-in-command in most Islamic courts of Europe and Asia Minor. Two enduring consequences of this are in two recreational activities based on royal courts, which had come to Europe thanks to Islamic traders and invaders. These changes have become the universally accepted standards today in the two activities.
  74. 74. Playing Cards and Chess. In Playing Cards, the Queen was promoted in rank, and the prime minister was rebranded as the jester or Jack and demoted. In Chess, the Wazir/Minister was rebranded as Queen. The Oont/Camel, which was the Minister’s ride, was rebranded as the Bishop.
  75. 75. 2. Modern reason? The Chinese surname (pictured) is pronounced Shan, with a falling then rising tone originated in the Shandong Province. What modern reason is forcing people with the surname to adopt a different Chinese character with a similar pronunciation?
  76. 76. The digital script does not have this character in its alphabet set
  77. 77. 3. Give X, Y, and Z. In An Impossible Dream, author Guillaume Serina tells the tantalising story of the October 1986 Reykjavik summit between X and Y, who came within a whisker of a ten-year deal to eliminate both countries’ arsenals. Contrary to the story peddled in international media, it was Y who was keener to reach an agreement, as he knew that the cost of maintaining weapons was crippling his country's economy. X on the other hand had reservations about the deal, since he did not want to shelve his out-of-the-world pet defense project Z, which even after 33 years is nowhere close to useful deployment.
  78. 78. X: Ronald Reagan Y: Mikhail Gorbachev Z: Star Wars Project
  79. 79. 4. Which list? Of a certain list, it is largely believed that the first element has its origin in an ox's head; the second in a house; the third in a camel's neck or maybe a club or throwing stick; and so forth.
  80. 80. The Greek alphabet
  81. 81. 5. What and who triggered the change ? From the 1800s, the balls used in lawn tennis used to be traditionally black or white depending on the court. This had been regulated at Wimbledon by the committee and the government. However, due to a recent phenomenon, the BBC2 controller appealed for a change in the colour which was introduced at Wimbledon in 1967. What was the phenomenon that triggered the change ? Who was the BBC2 controller, who would go on to have a long and fruitful career in media ?
  82. 82. Introduction of colour TV Sir David Attenborough
  83. 83. 6. Which sports personality ? He was a 15th round draft by the Phoenix Suns in the 1969 NBA draft. It would be fair to say that his achievements the preceding year helped the cause as well as his famed jumping ability. However, he never actually played in an NBA game despite training with the team. Who is this sports personality ?
  84. 84. Bob Beamon
  85. 85. 7. What do the names mean? "In Bali," writes Elizabeth Gilbert in Eat Pray Love, "there are only four names that the majority of the population give their children, regardless of whether the baby is a boy or a girl. The names are Wayan (pronounced 'Why-Ann'), Made ('mah-DAY'), Nyoman, and Ketut." Typical of the lower caste, the Sudras, this practice leads to some rather curious (only to foreigners, of course) situations. A family could have a Wayan married to another Wayan with kids named Wayan, Made, Nyoman, Ketut, Wayan, and Made. Higher castes have other names, but a similar system. So, by simply knowing a person's name, one can deduce much about the person's standing in family and society. Thankfully, nicknames abound with several Balinese choosing European names (Mario, for instance, in Eat Pray Love) to appeal to tourists.
  86. 86. One, Two, Three, Four.
  87. 87. 8. What is the name of the song ? ______ __ ___ ______ is a single by Canadian musician Grandson. The song is the lead single off of Grandson's first extended play, A Modern Tragedy Vol. 1. He describes the song as a “first shot at a personal revolution”. (lyrics on the right) What is the song called, evocative of a famous 1956 sporting incident at the Olympics ? (blanks are the same as the title) Lyrics of the first paragraph We'll never get free Lamb to the slaughter What you gon' do When there's _____ __ ___ ______? The price of your greed Is your son and your daughter What you gon' do When there's _____ __ ___ _______?
  88. 88. Blood in the Water
  89. 89. The Modern TnL ConnectWritten Round. 7 Questions X 10 points. 10 Points for Connect.
  90. 90. 1. Give me X and Y. A new partnership involving organizations that look after the X and Y aims to boost tourism and increase the historical and cultural understanding of the monuments. Historic England and the Chinese Academy of Cultural Heritage have signed a Memorandum of Understanding that the United Kingdom government says is the first of its kind and part of a new way to manage the growth of the heritage sector. John Glen, the UK's under-secretary for arts, heritage and tourism, said the agreement is a "perfect example of how heritage can be used to strengthen international partnership, grow tourism, and build a truly global Britain". Glen said representatives from the two ___ will examine the challenges and opportunities that come with managing large and complex archaeological remains, and explore the potential of tourism growth in both countries
  91. 91. 2. What is X? Wadi Rum, which derives its name either from an ancient name for heaven or from the Aramaic root word for elevated land, is a very famous tourist destination and movie location. British officer TE Lawrence passed through this valley several times. Lawrence of Arabia and The Martian are popular movies shot here. X which literally means Valley of Moses is about a 100 km from Wadi Rum. Though not as picturesque or popular, it’s a popular place because of restaurants and resorts built for tourists here. The probable tomb of Aaron is also located nearby.
  92. 92. 3. Which Peninsula? There are two reasons as to why the region is named so. In the ancient language of the natives, they were either saying I do not understand you or Look how they talk when questioned by the first explorers. This gave rise to the name of this place which claims to be the most visited region in Mexico. Chicxulub, a crater in this peninsula, is believed to be the impact point of the meteor that wiped out dinosaurs.
  93. 93. 4. Who on What? “The story of its ruin is simple and obvious; and, instead of inquiring why the X (2 word term) was destroyed, we should rather be surprised that it had subsisted so long. The victorious legions, who, in distant wars, acquired the vices of strangers and mercenaries, first oppressed the freedom of the republic, and afterwards violated the majesty of the purple. The emperors, anxious for their personal safety and the public peace, were reduced to the base expedient of corrupting the discipline which rendered them alike formidable to their sovereign and to the enemy; the vigour of the military government was relaxed, and finally dissolved, by the partial institutions of ___; and the ___ world was overwhelmed by a deluge of Barbarians.”
  94. 94. 5. Delicacy and City. Known to have originated from the kitchens of Mughal emperors, X is one of the two prime attractions that brings thousands of people to Y. X is soft and chewy with a candy-like texture. It is made of ash gourd or white pumpkin and is often devoured in dried form or dipped in sugar syrup. Long ago, X was also used as a form of medicine and was considered beneficial for blood pressure and hydration. Found in every nook and cranny of Y’s streets, the best X are found at Panchhi X. You enter the shop and you will find rows of colorfully arranged X, with someone waiting to greet you and carefully explain the specialty of this basic sugar, water, and fruit delicacy. Gopal Das X Wale, as the name suggests, is also another option that is widely suggested by the locals of Y.
  95. 95. 6. Brand/Language and the Empire. X is a mountain sports brand founded in 1997 in Domancy, France, dealing with hiking, trail running, adventure racing, climbing and mountaineering apparel and equipment. The name comes from the X language, an indigenous language of South America and also denominates an indigenous people. The language is believed to be the main language of the Y empire.
  96. 96. 7. What? Mário Rodrigues Filho, better known as Mário Filho (June 3, 1908 – September 17, 1966) was a Brazilian journalist and writer. His father, Mário Rodrigues, owned the newspaper "A Manhã" ("The Morning"). The younger Mário began at his father's paper in 1926 as a sports reporter, pursuing a relatively undeveloped form of journalism. What popular icon of Brazilian, opened in 1950, is officially named in his honour?
  97. 97. Answers
  98. 98. 1. Give me X and Y. A new partnership involving organizations that look after the X and Y aims to boost tourism and increase the historical and cultural understanding of the monuments. Historic England and the Chinese Academy of Cultural Heritage have signed a Memorandum of Understanding that the United Kingdom government says is the first of its kind and part of a new way to manage the growth of the heritage sector. John Glen, the UK's under-secretary for arts, heritage and tourism, said the agreement is a "perfect example of how heritage can be used to strengthen international partnership, grow tourism, and build a truly global Britain". Glen said representatives from the two ___ will examine the challenges and opportunities that come with managing large and complex archaeological remains, and explore the potential of tourism growth in both countries
  99. 99. Great Wall of China and Hadrian’s Wall in England
  100. 100. 2. What is X? Wadi Rum, which derives its name either from an ancient name for heaven or from the Aramaic root word for elevated land, is a very famous tourist destination and movie location. British officer TE Lawrence passed through this valley several times. Lawrence of Arabia and The Martian are popular movies shot here. X which literally means Valley of Moses is about a 100 km from Wadi Rum. Though not as picturesque or popular, it’s a popular place because of restaurants and resorts built for tourists here. The probable tomb of Aaron is also located nearby.
  101. 101. Wadi Musa
  102. 102. 3. Which Peninsula? There are two reasons as to why the region is named so. In the ancient language of the natives, they were either saying I do not understand you or Look how they talk when questioned by the first explorers. This gave rise to the name of this place which claims to be the most visited region in Mexico. Chicxulub, a crater in this peninsula, is believed to be the impact point of the meteor that wiped out dinosaurs.
  103. 103. Yucatan
  104. 104. 4. Who on What? “The story of its ruin is simple and obvious; and, instead of inquiring why the X (2 word term) was destroyed, we should rather be surprised that it had subsisted so long. The victorious legions, who, in distant wars, acquired the vices of strangers and mercenaries, first oppressed the freedom of the republic, and afterwards violated the majesty of the purple. The emperors, anxious for their personal safety and the public peace, were reduced to the base expedient of corrupting the discipline which rendered them alike formidable to their sovereign and to the enemy; the vigour of the military government was relaxed, and finally dissolved, by the partial institutions of ___; and the ___ world was overwhelmed by a deluge of Barbarians.”
  105. 105. Edward Gibbon on Roman Empire in his book The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
  106. 106. 5. Delicacy and City. Known to have originated from the kitchens of Mughal emperors, X is one of the two prime attractions that brings thousands of people to Y. X is soft and chewy with a candy-like texture. It is made of ash gourd or white pumpkin and is often devoured in dried form or dipped in sugar syrup. Long ago, X was also used as a form of medicine and was considered beneficial for blood pressure and hydration. Found in every nook and cranny of Y’s streets, the best X are found at Panchhi X. You enter the shop and you will find rows of colorfully arranged X, with someone waiting to greet you and carefully explain the specialty of this basic sugar, water, and fruit delicacy. Gopal Das X Wale, as the name suggests, is also another option that is widely suggested by the locals of Y.
  107. 107. Pethas of Agra
  108. 108. 6. Brand/Language and the Empire. X is a mountain sports brand founded in 1997 in Domancy, France, dealing with hiking, trail running, adventure racing, climbing and mountaineering apparel and equipment. The name comes from the X language, an indigenous language of South America and also denominates an indigenous people. The language is believed to be the main language of the Y empire.
  109. 109. X - Quechua; Y - Inca
  110. 110. 7. What? Mário Rodrigues Filho, better known as Mário Filho (June 3, 1908 – September 17, 1966) was a Brazilian journalist and writer. His father, Mário Rodrigues, owned the newspaper "A Manhã" ("The Morning"). The younger Mário began at his father's paper in 1926 as a sports reporter, pursuing a relatively undeveloped form of journalism. What popular icon of Brazilian, opened in 1950, is officially named in his honour?
  111. 111. Maracana - Estadio Jornalista Mario Filho
  112. 112. Connect: New 7 Wonders of the World
  113. 113. Thank You MELA Quiz - Tomorrow - 11:00 AM INDIA Quiz - Tomorrow - 3:00 PM
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