Now with more blockchain brainbusters!
1. Terms like “blockchain”, “hash rate”, “mining”, “cryptocurrency” and “fork” all apply to what?
2. Sericulture is the practice of turning mulberry leaves into high-end luxury textiles using which animal?
3. US company Corning’s “Gorilla Glass”, is mostly used on what kind of personal, portable product?
4. In 1813, NSW Colonial Governor Lachlan Macquarie ordered convicted forger William Henshall to create the colony’s first what? q. 5
5. Which of the Solar System’s four gas giants does not have its own ring system?
6. During the California gold rush, prospectors discovered a 190 km long chain of gold deposits called the Mother-what?
7. Despite being deadly when abused, opioid Fentanyl is nevertheless still on the World Health Organisation’s list of essential what?
8. According to Cold War myth, which “budget gemstones” were originally developed as a synthetic alternative to ruby, for use in Soviet laser research?
9. No matter how fancy our technology gets, what is the shortest possible “time delay” gap we can expect when talking live, to someone sitting on the Moon?
10. Possibly named for a Latin term meaning “made of hemp”, which tough material is used for sails, schoolbags, shoes and more?