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Anshuman Sharma became a viral sensation and took social media by storm when
he released a video titled “How to make Music like X” covering 8 steps to create a
On popular demand and after receiving a green signal from X during an interview
with Tanmay Bhat, he launched the full cover of the “song” in November 2020.
Name the song.
In 1921, Harry Pace began a business venture the likes of which had never been seen before.
Acknowledging a gap in the music industry market, and also the lack of availability for black
Americans to record and seriously distribute their music in a white-dominated society, Pace
opened X Records, named for a nineteenth century singer — the first record company that
gave black musicians a platform to record and distribute their music.
Unfortunately, the label didn’t last long — only two years. Financing the tours put a great
strain on the business, leading to its bankruptcy in 1923 as a result of the lack of customers
and importantly, the dominance of white owned record businesses at the time who were
consistently outselling them.
Russian-born Swedish painter and film producer Friedrich Jurgenson who first discovered
the Raudive voices or the electronic voice phenomenon. In July 1959 Jürgenson
recorded the song of a Swedish finch on his tape recorder and on playback heard these
voices. What is this phenomenon commonly known as?
Paranormal voice phenomenon
Essentially this phenomenon consists of paranormal voice communications (apparently
from the dead) that are heard on recordings made on standard tape recorders, sometimes
enhanced by a simple diode circuit. The voices are also apparent on the "white noise" of
certain radio bands.
Thomas Nast was a German-born American caricaturist and editorial cartoonist often considered to be the "Father of the American
Cartoon". He was a critic of Democratic Representative "Boss" Tweed and the Tammany Hall Democratic party political machine. Among his
notable works were the creation of the ___ and the political symbol of the elephant for the Republican Party (GOP).
The man who we need to credit for giving Santa Claus his red robes is Thomas Nast who was the first illustrator to portray Santa in red.
Since 1870, Nast made hundreds of designs for this fictional character, but it wasn't until 1881 that the final design was ready. That
design was just as the one we know very well today, a white beard and red clothes, and it was presented in Harper’s Weekly magazine.
Thomas Nast is also the person who gave Santa his home, which is the North Pole. When doing so he thought that Christmas is
associated with snow, lots of snow, and where else could you find more snow than in the North Pole.
In 1923, Hugo Boss founded his own clothing company. In 1924, he started a factory along with two partners. The company produced shirts,
jackets, work clothing, sportswear and raincoats. Due to the economic climate of that time, Boss was forced into bankruptcy. In 1931, he
reached an agreement with his creditors, leaving him with six sewing machines to start again. Soon he started to mass produce clothing on a
large scale and became successful. How did the company recover from their penury, something for which a public apology was issued by the
company on their website in 2011.
The _______ program is a U.S. government-funded international human
spaceflight program that has the goal of landing "the first woman and the next
man" on the Moon, specifically at the lunar south pole region by 2024.
The program is seen as the next step towards the long-term goal of establishing a
sustainable presence on the Moon, laying the foundation for private companies to
build a lunar economy, and eventually sending humans to Mars.
The etymology of the program arose as a tribute to the Apollo missions, as in
Greek mythology, _______ is both the twin sister of Apollo as well as the Goddess
of the moon.
X is a prize for the fastest circumnavigation of the world by any type of yacht with no restrictions on the size of the crew provided the vessel
has registered with the organization and paid an entry fee. The current holder is IDEC Sport skippered by Francis Joyon in 40 days 23 hours
30 minutes 30 seconds. The winner holds the trophy until such time as his/her record has been bettered. The boats must solely be propelled
by natural forces of the wind and of the crew, but the trophy is open to any type of boat with no restrictions. Crew size is not restricted either.
The circumnavigation must be completed non-stop and with no physical outside assistance, although on-shore weather routing is allowed.
The challengers must respect certain safety rules.
What are we talking about?
1. Classes: NetRunner (hacking), Techie (Machinery), Solo (Combat)
2. Types of ranged weapons: Power (Standard), Tech (Penetrates walls and
enemies) and Smart (Homing missiles)
3. Types of Damages: Physical, Thermal, EMP and Chemical
4: Regions: City Center, Watson, Westbrook, Heywood, Pacifica, Santa Domingo,
5. Eras undergone in the world: austere Entropism, colourful Kitsch, imposing
Neo-Militarism, and opulent Neo-Kitsch
It’s been called the greatest 45 minutes in sports history.
At the Big Ten Championships., this person -
[3:15 pm] Tied the world record in the 100-yard dash with a time of 9.4 seconds.
[3:25 pm] Set the world record in the long jump with a leap of 8.13m
[3:34 pm] With less than 10 minutes after setting a world record that would stand for a quarter of a century, X lined up for the 220-yard dash.
Crushed the world record by three-tenths of a second, finishing in 20.3 seconds.
[4:00 pm] X arguably saved the very best until last because in 22.6 seconds he annihilated the 200m world record in the low hurdles.
Electra is one of the most popular mythological characters in tragedies. Electra's parents were King Agamemnon and Queen Clytemnestra.
Electra was absent from Mycenae when her father, King Agamemnon, returned from the Trojan War. When he came back, he brought with
him his war prize, the Trojan princess Cassandra, who had already borne him twin sons. Upon their arrival, Agamemnon and Cassandra
were murdered, by either Clytemnestra herself, her lover Aegisthus or both. Clytemnestra had held a grudge against her husband for
agreeing to sacrifice their eldest daughter, Iphigenia, to Artemis so he could send his ships to fight in the Trojan war. Electra took revenge
and killed Clytemnestra.
How is this woman more popular in medical circles?
After a career in the Army, Joseph Pujol began performing at local music halls. With the stage name Le Petomane
— he became famous and “sang” the popular French songs, “La Marseillaise” and “Au Clair de Lune”. In 1892,
Joseph Pujol became famous because of his talent and held shows at Moulin Rouge. He could even it to play the
flute, blow out candles, and impress the audience with other entertaining activities. What was his talent?
Map of Countries with Approval Status for Covid-19 vaccine
Coiling is familiar to anyone who's ever squeezed honey on toast, but it's only recently grabbed the attention
of physicists. Recent studies have shown that the patterns fluids form as they fall depends on their viscosity
and their speed. Viscous liquids fall in straight lines when moving quickly, but form loops, squiggles and figure
eights when poured slowly.
"When he was doing that, in a way he was doing experiments in fluid dynamics," Herczynski said. "What's
interesting here is that he set out, to explore that effect before physicists were exploring it." He probably didn't
consciously realize how he was exploiting fluid dynamics.
Scientific explanation for work of which famous person?
In a paper titled “Super – Economics Man”, the author Brian O’Roarke explained a
particular concept by giving the following examples:
1. Green Lantern leaves the green lantern corp because he can’t be near the
woman he loves
2. Clark Kent, Peter Parker and Barry Allen are at constant risk of losing their jobs
because of their disappearance at key moments
3. In some situations, their decisions cause unexpected consequences. For eg. The
district attorney saved by Batman becomes the villain Two-Face and blames
Batman for the death of Rachel Green.
Which economic concept was he talking about?