A Little Bit Of Trivia
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Even though your children may be in
elementary school, perhaps one day you'll be the parent
of a doctor. The quiz below is all about anatomy.
the thickest and strongest tendon in the human body?
What is the longest nerve in the human body?
What is the term for the five fused
vertebrae that form a solid triangular bone?
What organ that performs more than five
hundred functions is unique among the body's vital organs
in that it can regenerate cells that have been destroyed
by short-term injury or disease?
Human beings have a thin layer of about
seven hundred million alveoli within what organs?
The outer part of the eye is composed of
three layers of tissue with the outside layer that
provides a protective coating being known as what?
What is the term for the jellylike substance
that fills the main body of the eye?
What is the term for the long,
stalk-like lowermost portion of the brain stem?
What membrane in the abdominal cavity has a
visceral layer and a parietal layer?
What is the more common name of the patella?
It's almost that time again... time for all
of that wonderful back-to-school shopping that all
parents look forward to so much each year. Below are
links to sites where you can find some great bargains.
Whether you're looking for notebook paper or a new PC,
you'll at least get an idea of how much to budget for
http://www.kmart.com/ - BlueLight.com
http://www.walmart.com/ - Walmart.com
http://www.target.com/ - Target.com
http://www.bestbuy.com/ - BestBuy.com
http://www.circuitcity.com/ - Circuit City
Myths, Hoaxes, and Urban Legends
We all get them - those e-mails warning us
of dire happenings to our computers, our credit cards, or
even our physical well-being. Which ones are true and
which are fake? Before clogging someone's mail with a
warning, check it out to be absolutely sure it isn't just
Computer Virus Myths home page
CIAC Internet Hoaxes
Urban Legends and Folklore - Home Page
Korova Multimedia § Hoax du Jour
If you're a member of AOL, check out KEYWORD:
VIRUS for some great information and links on
viruses, trojan horses, password sniffers, worms, and
those infernal hoaxes.