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Daily Quiz for July 5, 2013

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Originally published on Published Online: July 05, 2013 
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The bikini bathing suit, created in 1946, is named after Bikini Atoll, which is famous for this.

  • Paul Gauguin paintings in 1890s
  • Natives killed Capt. James Cook
  • Atom bomb tests in 1940s
  • Hiding HMS Bounty mutineers

3 Responses to “Daily Quiz for July 5, 2013”

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    Rudy says:

    Actually, I think it was a hydrogen bomb test

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    Patrick Baker says:

    The first hydrogen bomb (aka thermonuclear bomb) was detonated in 1952 on Enewetak Atoll. Bikini Atoll was the site of the Castle Bravo test of a hydrogen bomb in 1954.

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