Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Tantalizing Tuesday's Game of Trivia...

Hi everyone! Today is the big day. I'm starting my seven days of naughty giveaways. Yep, I'm going to run trivia on my blog every day for the next six days...and the seventh day will take place at When One is Not Enough. If you leave the correct answer to the question in the comments, you will be entered. Easy, right? Keep in mind, there are different prizes each day. So check back often to see the questions and check out what you could win. Good luck and may the naughtiest person win...


p.s. Feel free to utilize my BFF, Google, for the answers. He does so like to be used. Wink, wink.


Who was the first person to come up with the Theory of Gravity?


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  1. Aristotle http://www.wisegeek.org/what-is-gravity.htm

  2. hmmm LeSage came up with a theory in 1690. But Newtons gravity ideas were published in 1687, So I would go with Newton on this one.

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  4. Einstein came up with the first testable theory of gravity.
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  5. Abu Ja'far Muhammad ibn Mūsā ibn Shākir well this is what google told me to be true. Anywho have a lovely day. Have an idea I may be wrong but the name is fabulous. hugs Mia.

  6. It was either Einstein, Aristotle, or Newton, depending on which answer you wrote down as right. ;) One was the first person to theorize about gravity, one of the first to document a theory, and one was the first to prove the theory.

  7. So I realized this morning that my question could be a bit tricky since there was more than one person responsible for the theory of gravity. Sorry about that. But if you answered Einstein, Aristotle, or Newton, you are correct! :)

  8. By the way, Monday's winner is CM Slater. Congrats! :)