Tuesday, October 05, 2010

GeoJeopardy! Friday (Kinda)

Well since my website was down for a week and a half things got kind of spastic and I wasn't able to do GeoJeopardy until now. So here is your GeoJeopardy! Fridays entry for last week. Also since the website is now fix you can check your answers for this weeks and last weeks questions.

- Sham Rocks -

Some colorless forms of this element with the chemical symbol Zr are known as matura diamonds


Gary Dahl used 3 tons of stone from Rosarito Beach to create these 1970s fads that couldn't even fetch


Many experts have doubted the authenticity of a kouros statue at this oilman's L.A. museum

In 2000 NASA helped bust a man who pled guilty to trying to sell these fake items from Apollo 11

To stop graffiti on the real thing, visitors can now sign a fake replica of this in the Juyongguan section


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