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Posted:so ... everyone is playing the word game and the either/or game and so on and so on . i thought that maybe we could try the geography game ...

this is how it works , you post the name of a town or some place of well knowen geographical location ,

for example , killimanjaro ...... answer : tanzania

it doesnt have to be a capital or anything just a town/place that you could commonly find on a map . then the next person posts the country of that town and for bonus (if you can) post the state or province of the town/place biggrin

i know my geography isnt that good so lets see what happens ... wink

here goes , ill start .... with an easy one ... southern most point of africa ?

have fun ... i hope this game becomes as popular as the others cool


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Posted:lake taupo (or taupa? not too sure) in new zealand.



it's regarded as one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world, and is predicted to errupt approximately every 2000 years, so we're getting close eek



i can't think of another question either. can someone else come up with one while i go count all my gold stars....... ubbrollsmile


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Posted:ohh - I'd have to agree Faberge - Lake Baikal is the deepest lake in the world (1,620 metres) and so it is thee largest (three dimensionally speaking). Lake Superior has the largest surface area, but the question did not specify largest by surface area - good thinking outside the box - have some more gold stars.

>What do you think about the state of the Earth?
>I'm optimistic.
>So why do you look so sad?
>I'm not sure that my optimism is justified.

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Posted:Yep - its lake Taupo. What is the *currently* highest peak in the Alps?

>What do you think about the state of the Earth?
>I'm optimistic.
>So why do you look so sad?
>I'm not sure that my optimism is justified.

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Posted:the mont blanc.

but only if you're talking about the european alps. there are also 'alps' in japan wink

ok, where in dublin do i live? ubbloco


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Posted:its not Mt Blanc anymore - try again...

>What do you think about the state of the Earth?
>I'm optimistic.
>So why do you look so sad?
>I'm not sure that my optimism is justified.

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Posted:can't think of another question, sorry frown

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Posted:And yes I'm talking about the european alps

>What do you think about the state of the Earth?
>I'm optimistic.
>So why do you look so sad?
>I'm not sure that my optimism is justified.

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Posted:huh? not any more? when did that happen? and why didn't they consult me !

i'll take a stab at the matterhorn then..... or perhaps the jungfrau....


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Posted:i'm crap at geography tongue

I was always scared with my mother's obsession with the good scissors. It made me wonder if there were evil scissors lurking in the house somewhere.

Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons for you are crunchy and good with ketchup.

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Posted:Gelfing i think that you have the inside scoop on the mountain ??? slip the beans , otherwise it has to be Mt Blanc???

*Gelfing is too clever for this game*


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Posted:sure its not mont blanc thats 4800 roughly whats higher

It is a mistake to think you can solve any major problems just with potato's.

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Posted:The highest peak is that reached by the Heidi lady hiding away with lots of man slaves to tend to her every wish...

Currently the highest peak???? No idea obviously!!!!


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Posted:Gelfling hasnt replied to this answers in awhile ..... so he'll have to catch up later.....


new Q: hottest desert


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Posted:Written by: margita


hehe...

is it supposed to be hard or easy?

where's the big cow? it's not the name of a town - it's a dodgy old tourist attraction that is now posing as a furniture store...

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I never knew it was a Furniture Store, I used to drive past it every year on the way to Gympie, but I dont go to Gympie anymore.
I dont think anyone answered this question, the big cow is halfway between Nambour and Yandina.
Someone said it was near the Big Pineapple, depends which Big Pineapple you mean, the one in Nambour or the fake one in Gympie? lol.


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Posted:Written by: Ewal


Funny,I lived in South Africa For sixteen years and we cosider it not within but on our border.





whatever dude, it's not that important - I can see your point of view, but SA does *mostly* suround swaziland, and is about as accurate as saying it borders SA to the northeast. I lived in SA too, and can assure you the people in pretoria do not think of Swaziland having anything to do with north.


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Posted:its the sahara....60 degs in the daytime sometimes...its NOT the dryest.....but it is the hottest..


where's Twatt ( didnt make it up honest )


It's smashing to be back x

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Posted:"i lived there too" .... yes but were you born there? have you lived there your entire life ??? do you speak the language ?

its ok guys ... swaziland is ajacent to south africa , the speak funny , they're very poor , and non of them can swim ... thats all you realy need to know about swaziland . that and that they have very funny names for places and towns. theres realy not that much to discuss.............cool


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Posted:ubblol

I agree!


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Posted:so where the hell is twatt ..... ?


anyone?


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Posted:Orkney (Is that right?) - Do i need more details as to where excactly in Orkney??

I smile because i have no idea whats going on!! biggrin

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Posted:Ah but you forget the excellent greenery they grow there.(Swaziland that is)
En ek kan die taal praat,maar dit het baaie lank gewees.


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Posted:maar jys baie goed .....ne , ek haat van hierdie taal , maar dit kom in goed deur hierdie tyd .... en ander tye met my maats !

*i hope that makes sence*

whos going to post the next Q???


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Posted:Ek haart dit ook,maar ek gebruik dit net waneer ek wil niemand my verstaan.

Right next question,where is Mali Ston


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Posted:I can't find the blummin atlas... ARGH! Erm random guess somewhere in the land of Oz?

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Posted:I thought this was kinda fun so i thought i would bump it.

And also start it again coz i can't find Mali Ston.

Name the capital city that has the highest altitude in the world.


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Posted:Three Letters of Protest Regarding
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

Rick Rosner



On July 23 and July 25, former Noesis Editor Rick Rosner appeared on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, the popular, but widely criticized as dumbed-down, ABC quiz show. Rick missed a question at the $16,000 level. There has been considerable discussion on Prometheus fire list of whether the question was fair; the thread title was Rick Rosner Robbed? Here are three letters from Rick himself on this subject.





12207 Laurel Terrace Dr.
Studio City CA 91604-3608
July 27, 2000



Michael Davies, Executive Producer
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
Valleycrest Productions, Ltd.

Dear Michael,

As you might expect from someone who spent hundreds of hours over the course of a year studying and practicing to make it to the hot seat, Ive spent the last two weeks scrutinizing every aspect of the elevation question. You must already know that the question is flawed:

What capital city is located at the highest elevation above sea level?

A. Mexico City B. Quito
C. Bogot D. Kathmandu

Ive come to some conclusions about the questions deficiencies, which lie in the following areas:

1. An unfortunate set of possible answers

2. Imprecision of elevation

3. Inappropriate level of difficulty



1. POOR ASSORTMENT OF POSSIBLE ANSWERS

There are many indications that the question is based on a limited and arbitrary list of 30 world cities entitled Latitude, Longitude, and Altitude of World Cities, on page 463 of The 2000 World Almanac. This list excludes over 80% of the planets high-altitude capital cities, including La Paz, considered to be the worlds highest capital; Lhasa, nearly the same height as La Paz and capital of Chinas Autonomous Region of Tibet; and Sucre, Bolivias other capital and higher than Quito according to some sources.

The wording of the question, What capital city is located at the highest elevation . . ., rather than Which of these capital cities . . ., indicates that the author of the question thought that the worlds highest capital city was included among the four choices.

The question is more difficult than was intended. Rather than asking, What is the worlds highest capital city? the question essentially asks, As the worlds second, third, or fourth-highest capital, depending on what sources and criteria are used, which of these capital cities is located at a higher elevation above sea level than the others? The latter question is of course much harder.

Of the 24 or so world capitals with elevations over 4,000, The World Almanac lists only 4. (The Almanac lists a fifth capital, Santiago, Chile, at 4,921, but this figure is thousands of feet higher than its elevation in any other source.) All four of these cities were used in the question, including Kathmandu, a wild card that makes an already difficult question nearly impossible.

The more you know about Kathmandu, the more the question becomes counter-intuitive and counter-deductive. Know that Kathmandu is in Nepal? Well, Nepal has the highest points on earth and the second-highest average elevation of any nation. Kathmandu is the capital of a country with elevations from 200 to 29,000, the capital of a province with elevations from 1,500 to 25,000, the capital of a district with elevations from 4,200 to more than 9,000. Kathmandu has the same altitude-related smog problems as Mexico City. In 1992, it was the site of an altitude-exacerbated crash of a Thai Air jetliner.

I estimate that less than 1/4 of 1% of all Americans know Kathmandus elevation. About 1 American in 400 has visited Nepal. (And you can visit Kathmandu without learning the elevation. My Phone-A-Friend, a travel writer, has been to all of the cities in the question.) Only one American in a million belongs to the Nepal Studies Association or receives the Himalayan Research Bulletin.

Kathmandu is an inordinately attractive answer regardless of what you know about the other three cities.



2. IMPRECISION OF ELEVATION

Elevations listed for the four cities not only vary widely from source to source but also fail to encompass the actual ranges of elevation found in these cities. Elevations given for Quito vary from 7,000 to 9,500, for Mexico City, from 6,890 to 7,875, for Bogot, from 7,500 to almost 9,000. (The 1994 and 1995 editions of The World Almanac erroneously list Bogots elevation as 11,490.) Often, two different sections of the same source will list two different elevations, varying by hundreds of feet.

Each city occupies a growing range of elevations. From 1970 to 1990, the area of Quito doubled every 7.4 years. Maps and statistics are generally incomplete and obsolete. The Quito Metropolitan District encompasses a range of elevations from below 4,500 to above 10,800. Bogot ranges in elevation from below 8,000 to above 10,000. Mexico Citys Distrito Federale encompasses neighborhoods ranging from 7,200 to above 9,100. The Kathmandu District ranges from 4,250 to 9,050. Simply stated, all these cities overlap in elevation.

Furthermore, varying definitions of elevation, based on different definitions of the planets basic shape, add ambiguity to measurements of elevation. According to The 2000 World Almanac, measurements of Everest vary by more than 800.



3. INAPPROPRIATE DIFFICULTY LEVEL

I have both objective and subjective evidence that this question was unreasonably difficult. I reviewed more than 60 episodes of Millionaire, including my own. In those episodes, 4 out of 59 contestants who reached the $16K question were eliminated by that question. One out of 31 contestants who reached the $32K question with all lifelines intact was eliminated by that question. Of these five ousted contestants (four at $16K plus one at $32K), two were eliminated by the only two city elevation questions that, to my knowledge, Millionaire has ever asked. The odds that both city elevation questions fell at random into the contestant-killer category are 450 to 1 against.

I evaluated several hundred actual Millionaire questions worth from $8K through $64K. I estimate that a bright, educated, trivia-oriented person would be 60% less likely to correctly answer my $16K question than an average $16K question. In the 10 days before my show was broadcast, I asked 47 such people the capital city question. For their answer to count, they had to be able to name at least three of the four countries of which these cities are the capitals. The people I asked included geography specialists from UCLA and local map stores. Only 6 named Quito with any degree of certainty. Another 7 guessed Quito, while 2 said Bogot, 9 said Mexico City, and 23 said Kathmandu.

Youve asked other tough questions at $16K

Who did Bryant Gumbel replace on The Today Show?

Where does the umlaut go on Haagen Dazs?

Who was never named Times Man of the Year?

but in each of these questions, millions of people have witnessed the pertinent fact. Scores of millions of Americans watched Brokaw on Today. Most of the population has seen a Hagen Dazs sign. Time has a circulation of four million. Seldom has a question hinged on a fact as obscure as the elevation of the worlds 472nd most-populous city.

Youve asked easy geography questions for much more money. Here are two examples for $125K

In terms of land area, what is the largest state in the United States? What state contains the easternmost point in the contiguous United States?

Some people would say that its bad luck that I was asked such an imperfect question. Well, I wouldnt say that its the best luck in the world, but it has given me the opportunity to go on a little adventure, playing detective, getting the goods on a question gone bad.

Thank you for your attention and consideration. I am eager to talk with you or your staff and to share more of what Ive found.

Thanks again and best wishes,

Richard Rosner





12207 Laurel Terrace Dr.
Studio City CA 91604-3608
August 1, 2000



Michael Davies, Executive Producer
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
Valleycrest Productions, Ltd.

Dear Michael,

I hope that youve had a chance to look over the letter I faxed on Friday. Heres more on the elevation question, in two sections:

1. What the web thinks

2. What one needs to know to answer it

Im sorry to keep sending you letters. Im not a grievance-oriented person, but a little research led me to a surprising amount of information indicating that it is an unacceptably-flawed question.


1. WEB OPINION

The Mexico City/Quito/Bogot/Kathmandu question has generated more online discussion than almost any other Millionaire question. On three different online message boards, I found over 130 posted messages pertaining to the question from 40 to 50 different fans. (Not wanting to interfere with the discussion, I have posted no messages concerning it.)

Heres what online fans had to say:

Five directly stated that I should be invited back on the show. Another 19 fans were also on my side, stating that it is a flawed or unfair question for its dollar value. Eight of these people stated that it is the hardest question ever asked for $16K. Seven people took neutral positions, and twelve people said it is just my tough luck or trivia ignorance or failure to use my 50/50.

So in terms of web opinion, I did pretty welltwo to one in my favor from a group of people who tend to be harsh, sarcastic, highly knowledgeable about the show, and hypercritical of the contestants.


2. NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE

Almost every Millionaire question can be answered by knowing one main fact, or by using deduction and/or process of elimination. That process breaks down on the elevation question.

If Quito were the worlds highest capital, the question could be answered by simply knowing that fact. Too bad it isnt. Someone who knows that Quito is the second-highest South American capital (though some sources rank it behind both of Bolivias capitals), or that Quito is the second- or third- or fourth-highest world capital, depending on the sourceisnt done answering the question.

The three answers besides QuitoMexico City, Bogot, and Kathmandumust be eliminated, either by knowing each of the capitals higher than Quito, or by knowing the supposed elevations of all four possible answers. Its a lot to know, as I show via an Obscurity Rating.

What would go into an Obscurity Rating for a citys elevation? Perhaps the product of these four criteria

A. Number of cities in its elevation class

According to the World Almanac list, only four capitals belong to the exclusive 4,000 Club. The fewer members in a class, the easier it is to know each member. Many more people know the four assassinated U.S. Presidents than know all the Presidents who died in office.

B. Its distance from the continental U.S.

C. The inverse of its population

D. Its rank in the 4,000 Club

Using these criteria, pretending the World Almanac list is correct and complete, and assigning Mexico City an Obscurity Rating of 1,

Quito would have an O.R. of 25.
Bogot would have an O.R. of 8.
Kathmandu would have an O.R. of 280.

But the World Almanac chart is incomplete. Quito isnt the worlds highest capital. Its about third. Bogot is about fifth, not second.

Mexico City is ninth, not third. Kathmandu is 19th or so, not 4th.

And there are about 24 world capitals over 4,000, not just 4.

So Mexico City has an Obscurity Rating of 18, not 1.
Quito has an O.R. of 450, not 25.
Bogot has an O.R. of 120, not 8.
Kathmandu has an O.R. of 7,980, not 280.

And the elevation questions overall Obscurity Rating is increased 140,000-fold.

Whether or not you believe that O.R. is a meaningful statistic, its impossible to believe that you would intentionally ask what capital is the highest, then offer the worlds 9th, 3rd, 5th, and 19th-highest capitals as the answer choices. [Being 19th makes Kathmandu more, not less attractive as an answer. Its obscurity (compounded by its geographic and political isolation, and its reputation as the worlds most mysterious city, closed to the outside world until the 1950s) increases the probability that ones reasoning will be based on its ultra-high altitude surroundings.]

In the dozens of hours Ive spent looking at hundreds of sources, I found no reasonably complete and accurate list of world city elevations. Not on the web, not in any of Amazons 25 best-selling atlases, not in any almanac. The World Almanac list of international city elevations includes only 1% of the worlds cities. It includes only 13% of the worlds capitals. And in every edition since 1994, 3 to 6% of the altitudes listed have been wrong.

I am eager to hear what you will do about this thoroughly compromised, obscure and misleading question, a question that not only lacks the intended answer, but also lacks any correct answer because of the cities overlapping elevations.

Thank you,

Richard Rosner



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310.557.6631 Studio City CA 91604-3608
September 19, 2000


Susan Futterman, Director, Broadcast Standards and Practices
ABC, Inc.
2040 Avenue of the Stars
Century City CA 90067-4785


Dear Ms. Futterman,

On Who Wants to be A Millionaire, I was eliminated by this question:

What capital city is located at the highest altitude above sea level?

A. Mexico City B. Quito
C. Bogot D. Kathmandu

The question is invalid, for three distinct reasons:

1. All four of these mountainous capitals have a vast range of elevations in common with each other. None of these cities is exclusively the highest, and the question has no correct answer.

USGS cartographer Joe Vukovich says, Choosing a citys elevation point is completely subjective. My search of sources yielded more than 40 wildly inconsistent altitudes for each city. One source puts Bogots elevation at 5,085 feet; another puts it at 11,490 feet.
The Quito Metropolitan District spans 8,500 vertical feet. The Mexico City and Kathmandu Districts each have altitude ranges of 5,000 feet. The four cities vertical ranges overlap by thousands of feet, so its an impossible questionlike asking, Whos fatterElvis, Oprah, or Roseanne? Theyve each shared vast ranges of weight, as the cities share vast ranges of elevation.
2. Millionaires inadequate research led to grossly misleading and obscure answer choices, making the question far harder than intended and unjustifiable at the $16,000 level.

In hundreds of online postings, Millionaire fans agreebad research made this the most deceptive question ever asked for $16K. [See below.]
Latitude, Longitude, and Altitude of World Cities is The 2000 World Almanacs most inaccurate and incomplete chart, listing less than 1% of the worlds cities. Mexico City, Quito, Bogot and Kathmandu are the only four capitals listed above 4,000 feet. The almanac arbitrarily leaves out dozens of other high-altitude capitals, omitting the worlds 14 highest national/regional capitals.
Apparently, the Millionaire staff took their cities straight from the almanac, oblivious to any higher capitals. This is an egregious omission, as if they asked, Who first flew a plane? but forgot the Wright brothers, or What U.S. river is the longest? and left out the Mississippi.
3. The correct answer to the highest capital question isnt among the answer choices. Its like asking, What does 2 + 2 equal0, 1, 2 or 3?

Fans agree that Millionaire was looking for the very highest world capital; the top answer was included in all but one of the shows many previous geography questions of this type. The one question that omitted the top answer used very specific language to note the omission: Which of the following Great Lakes is largest in area? [This, too, was a bad question, and the contestant was brought back.] That my question featured no such language strongly indicates Millionaires mistaken belief that the very highest capital was among the answers.
Months earlier, Millionaire asked a contestant for the highest US state capital. That question was hardof over 30 bright players to reach $32K with all their lifelines, this contestant was the only one to fail there. Even so, Millionaire perversely valued a question based on over 200 distant and obscure world capitals lower than the same question based on only 50 familiar state capitals. Its ludicrous that they would then make the question even nastier by intentionally omitting the right answer.
Millionaire makes mistakes; many of its episodes include contestants brought back because of bad questions, etc. Yet of 4,000 questions asked on Millionaire, theres never been another question wrong in so many ways.

I strived for a year to reach the Hot Seat. My wife and I spent nine exhausting days away from our home and daughter, traveling farther29,400 miles between usthan any other Millionaire participants. We willingly did so because we expected fair play.

So Millionaire should, as it has many times before, uphold its own and ABCs integrity by making amends. The questions lack of a definite answer notwithstanding, its esoteric answer choices make it absolutely unsuitable below the half-million-dollar level. This is a substantial violation of Millionaires Official Rules, which state that questions shall be designed to be of increasing difficulty. Kathmandus elevation alone is 50 times more obscure than the facts behind most $16K questions.

The question was so difficult that the Millionaire staff, with unlimited access to research materials, couldnt come up with the right answer.

I am eager to speak with you at your convenience and will gladly provide supporting documents, including letters exchanged with the show. I hope to resolve this quickly and amicably, without having to use additional resources to obtain a fair outcome.

Thank you,

Richard Rosner

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Posted:ubblol at vanize

nice one! i was gonna rush in and say Llasa but now i'm not so sure.

i can't believe i read all that and still don't know the answer ubblol


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Posted:yeah, I figure I couldn't post a new question since I didn't actually answer the question!

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