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Name these famous places from mythology and fiction.
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Land from "The Lord of the Rings"
Where hobbits live, specifically
The Shire
Sauron's realm
Where Peter Pan lives
Legendary Greek island that
sank into the ocean
Alice goes down a rabbit hole
and ends up here
Garden home of Adam and Eve
Where the Greek Gods lived
Greek version of heaven
Elysian Fields
Island where King Arthur's
sword was forged
Mythical "city of gold" sought
by the conquistadors
Description
Place
Land of the Norse gods
Vast hall of the Norse gods,
located within ^
Land from "The Legend of Zelda"
Where Mario battles Bowser
Mushroom Kingdom
Land of Aslan, the Great Lion
Himalayan paradise invented by
British author James Hilton
Shangri-La
Land visited by Dorothy and Toto
Island of tiny people, visited by Gulliver
"Hunger Games" nation
Primary "Game of Thrones" continent
Kingdom with an ideal society, as
imagined by Thomas More
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level 7
Feb 19, 2013
Should "Gladsheim" be acceptable for the "hall" of the Norse gods, or is that perhaps too specific for the scope of that particular question? Great Quiz!
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Feb 19, 2013
In giving fair credit to the creator (of this quiz) - noting the distinction between "mythology and fiction" in the simple description of the puzzle, I should think that some degree of consideration was likely given to each and any of the selected answers, on a basis of proper qualification. How ironic it must then seem that, perhaps despite such a conscious effort to be objective, their good intentions have been, not just overlooked, but inappropriately demonized. Comical.
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level 30
Feb 26, 2013
Basically, what every christian commenting here is doing, is stating that being religious gives you the right to demand that other people's beliefs are ERASED/Taken down, without considering anything else nor anyone else's opinion, but their own. AND its a known fact that the bible was written at the council of nicea, where CHRISTIANITY was INVENTED. So STFU and just enjoy the quiz, which is pretty good btw. peace out
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level 66
Apr 8, 2015
No, that's what one or two christians are doing. I'm an Atheist, but most christians who have commented here have said stuff like "I don't care, it's just a quiz" or "the bible isn't meant to be taken literally anyway".
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level 72
Apr 8, 2015
I'm one of those Christians. I took the quiz and wasn't offended in the least because I know everyone doesn't believe the same. You have your beliefs (or non-beliefs) and I have mine. Why argue about it?
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level 53
Sep 21, 2017
The Bible wasn't written at Nicaea. It was basically a meeting of the various early Christian community leaders to try and come up with some sort of consensus about the faith. Even in the early days, Christians couldn't agree with each other. The existence of many and varying sects of Christianity is a Christian tradition unto itself, haha. One thing the early church leaders wanted to do at Nicaea was choose which books should and should not be considered canon. The books were already all written before the meeting took place.
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level 40
Mar 15, 2013
Elysian Fields is not correct. It is actually the Isles of the Blest. Elysian fields was good, but the Isles of the Blest could only be reached by being reborn 3 times and each time reaching the Elysian Fields.
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level 25
Jan 26, 2016
But the Elysian fields were, if you will, the lower version of heaven that most people reached. Not the super place
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level 68
May 26, 2017
So are you saying that for Christians to supposedly reach their heaven they have to first be reincarnated multiple times? Doesn't that go against a lot of what they believe?

hmm, original post March 2013, probably won't get a response to this...
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level 44
Sep 20, 2017
Nah, he's saying in Greek mythology, heaven has a VIP room.
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level 22
Dec 22, 2013
Could you please add "Arda" for the first question? I totally forgot "Middle Earth" until the last few seconds.
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level 20
Mar 28, 2014
http://imgur.com/r/atheism/aWNqL
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level 60
Apr 16, 2014
Is Hobbiton not also the place where hobbits live?
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level 67
Nov 8, 2014
I believe that Hobbiton is a real life construction of the Shire as a tourist destination in Matamata, New Zealand.
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level 51
Apr 8, 2015
Hobbiton is a villiage in the Shire, so technically a correct answer, but too specific for the quiz.It's also a tourist trap in New Zealand, but the mess Jackson made of the Hobbit burnt up all the goodwill I could have for such a place.
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level 68
Aug 10, 2015
The Hobbiton site in Matamata is the actual filming site from all six of the LOTR/Hobbit movies. It wasn't created as a tourist destination. In fact, the contract that Peter Jackson signed w/the owner of the land (a sheep farmer) specified that after the LOTR movies were complete, the property was to be restored. Most of the set was bulldozed except for the hilly end, as it had rained heavily that year & the earth was too unstable for the dozer to go in. By the time the ground had dried out, a company called Red Carpet Tours had convinced the owner to let LOTR fans visit what remained of the set. It was restored to how it looked for the LOTR movies when the Hobbit movies were green lighted. I visited the Hobbiton set in 2006, before restoration for the Hobbit movies, w/Red Carpet Tours, & have a picture of my daughter (8 at the time & our own "hobbit" for the tour) looking out of the foyer window of Bag End.
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level 25
Jan 26, 2016
Town, not region. I made the same mistake
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level 44
Dec 2, 2014
Arda should be accepted for the Lord of the Rings question, seeing as it's the name of the question. Honestly the first thing I thought of, too.
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level 41
Jan 6, 2015
I know it's an answer from 2012 but I've only just read it. Did Bebn 123 really not get the irony in Mithol's answer saying "I demand........."? It really make me laugh. I know quite a few really religious people and some (not all) are really adamant they are right and won't listen to any different opinions. To come on a quiz site and get so worked up is not good!
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level 53
Apr 9, 2015
In my experience fundies don't understand irony
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level 4
Jan 14, 2015
garden of eden was a real place
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level 28
Feb 19, 2015
Oh dear, Smithy100.
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level 56
Apr 8, 2015
LOL
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level 63
Sep 20, 2017
Eden, NSW Australia, lovely spot, lots of gardens actually.
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level 35
Feb 10, 2015
You know they found the hobbit floriensis woman on an island around Indonesia somewhere--so as it stands now, Middle Earth is the most proved of anything in this quiz. Hmmm?
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level 66
Apr 8, 2015
Well, except for the places that are actually real, like Kanto (it's the plain around Tokyo) or OIympus (which is a real mountain in Greece and a real volcano on Mars).
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level 61
Feb 10, 2015
Got them all except the video game ones and GoT.
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level 37
Apr 8, 2015
The Garden of Eden can not be compared to Asgard or Valhalla. The Bible gives us the pre-flood location of Eden, whereas Asgard is just over the rainbow. The Bible tells exactly which rivers Eden flowed between prior to a worldwide flood. It mentions the Tigris, and Euphrates. Given the fact that the Bible is one of the most historically correct documents of its time (after the flood), I think it safe to say that even from an Atheistic perspective, the Garden of Eden was a factual place.
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level 66
Apr 8, 2015
Sure - go dig up the remains of the garden then, and let's settle this once and for all.
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level 47
May 18, 2017
Look at the comment again. You see where it says 'worldwide flood'? That means 'worldwide flood'.
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level 57
Apr 8, 2015
So if I write a book and include real places I can call it fact? Penthouse forums here I come. (pun somewhat intended)
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level 70
Apr 8, 2015
So you've never seen a rainbow before? Also... what were those GPS coordinates in the Bible again?? Because I also heard that Eden was in Jackson County, Missouri. And Saudi Arabia. Plus, you think there was a worldwide flood and afterward we had all the same rivers as before?
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level 47
May 18, 2017
Did you know that there's a city called Bethlehem in Pennsylvania? Did you even consider when writing your comment that maybe, just maybe, they could have named the new rivers after rivers which previously existed?
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level 70
Sep 20, 2017
::face palm::
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level 47
Sep 20, 2017
Well, you've fairly defeated me. How can I possibly come back to that argument?
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level 49
Apr 8, 2015
By your logic then we should remove Olympus too, because that's an actual mountain in Greece. The tallest, in fact. Just because some ancient scribes wrote that Eden was a garden between the Euphrates and Tigris rivers doesn't mean it was actually there or ever actually existed. Paper doesn't refuse ink if it spells out lies. If you want Eden off this list then by all means, go and prove, beyond reasonable doubt via scientifically verifiable evidence, that Eden existed. Because that's how the burden of proof works. And before you say it, the Bible is a claim of events, not evidence for said events. Like testimony in a court of law, it means nothing if the evidence doesn't support it. If nothing else, the story of the whole human race spawning from the incestuous relationship between a man and his morphed rib, has been proven false by genetics.
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level 66
Apr 9, 2015
And, by the way, even if everything else in the bible had been proven absolutely true (which is laughable, but I've seen so many people make that argument), you would STILL have to prove the garden of Eden story with actual specific arguments and evidence, and also deal with the scientific evidence (mainly genetics, but lots of others) that proves that there have never been just two Human beings, no matter when, no matter where. Again: good luck with that.
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level 70
Apr 9, 2015
All human beings on Earth share a common descent from a single male ancestor and single female ancestor... this actually has been demonstrated through science. Those two ancestors just happened to live thousands of years apart. So.. even though they've been named Adam and Eve, probably not the same couple of hominids you may be thinking of...

Going back further than that, the most popular theory of abiogenesis is that it happened only once in Earth history (or happened many times but the other times it didn't take root in the same way), and that every living organism on the planet is descended from the same self-replicating organic molecule, billions of years ago. So, if that's right (there are competing theories), then... after that molecule self-replicated once by splitting off some of its own matter (let's call it a rib?).. then there would have been precisely two "living" things on Earth. Though not exactly human. And we would have descended from those two things.
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level 28
Apr 8, 2015
Garden of Eden may be debatable but this is the first time I've ever heard that Kanto was mythical. Guess I'll have to stop going up there.
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level 64
Apr 8, 2015
Religion, shmeligion. I would just like to thank Tom Hiddleston for helping me get Asgard.
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level 70
Apr 8, 2015
The only thing that doesn't belong here is Mt Olympus, which is a very real place. The Garden of Eden is certainly fictitious, and also a myth, and yes they're not precisely the same things but it is both. Olympus is neither.
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level 70
Apr 8, 2015
Oh, I guess Kanto is also not mythological.
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level 44
Apr 9, 2015
Yes, Mt. Olympus is a real place but I think the Myth in this context comes from it being referred to as the home of the Greek Gods.
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level 39
Apr 8, 2015
I knew that there would be angry people in the comments as soon as I saw the Garden of Eden!
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level 17
Sep 21, 2017
Yup. Me too...
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level 76
Apr 8, 2015
I have to apologise to most of the Americans here, but bebn123's attitude is one of the major things I dislike and fear about America. Not the first and not the last person to vocally feeling attacked the moment not everybody shares their personal belief. Yes. It's religion, it's a belief, not a science, not a truth. That's what religion is about FAITH. NOT PROOF. Don't confuse the two.

America, as far as I understand, has freedom of religion, so WHY should any American non-religious website show a positive bias towards Christianity? Demanding that it should be so, is totally pulling the rug from under freedom of religion.
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level 66
Apr 9, 2015
To be fair: I'm neither religious nor American, but lots and lots of religious Americans would also disagree with bebn on this one. Of course, they don't matter, because according to bebn, they aren't really christians unless they believe precisely as he does.
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level 38
Apr 9, 2015
He has as much a right to express his opinion about the matter as anyone else does. If it is offensive to him, why shouldn't he be allowed to express that? Doesn't mean the quiz has to change, but there are comments for a reason.
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level 49
Apr 10, 2015
Ummm....maybe I missed it, but I don't recall bebe123 ever saying he/she's American. I'm an American, and even a Christian....and I'm not sure I want to claim her. :P
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level 12
Apr 9, 2015
If everyone is saying their opinion, can I admit to believing middle earth is real so also shouldn't be on this quiz : )
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level 56
Sep 24, 2017
I live in Middle-Earth.
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level 61
Apr 10, 2015
Wow,I thought it would be a prejudice that Americans are sooooo crazy with God and stuff. I hoped it is bad propaganda that most people in America believe in creationism and not in Darwin. I was wrong, as a lot of comments show and that scares me. Americans always believe that they are the crown of creation and the "best" and "strongest" nation in the world. But so many seem to believe that the whole mankind is based on 2 people - Adam and Eve, and thats so weird. Sorry, if I offend some of you, but for me - as a western-European - this is so crazy (and stupid - sorry again).
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level 70
Apr 10, 2015
Some of the Creationists commenting here are from the UK and Australia, and I think there's another one from New Zealand. But thanks for stopping by and sharing your prejudice with us.
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level 57
Dec 26, 2016
Creationists are a rare species in both the UK and Australia. Unlike the USA.
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level 70
Sep 20, 2017
Bigots obviously are not a rare species outside the of the USA. They comment on this website every day. My response was relevant to the comment I was responding to.
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level 61
Apr 10, 2015
Ok, its only 42 %, but its still very high: And I do not wanted to offend somebody. Just sayin....
http://www.gallup.com/poll/170822/believe-creationist-view-human-origins.aspx
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level 70
Apr 11, 2015
Did my comment really get removed? Was it the "t word?"

I'll say again. I'm American and I know that Evolution is a fact. So do near 200 million other people with the same address. Ken Ham is Australian. Ray Comfort is a kiwi. Harun Yahya is Turkish. Smartcookie, commenting above, is from the UK. There are crazy people in the Netherlands building replicas of Noah's Ark. So... when you come on here and automatically assume that every ignorant statement being made is coming from an American, and then imply that because you are European you are more enlightened and shielded from such stupidity, it kinda makes you seem like a jerk.

...just sayin'
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level 61
Apr 13, 2015
Mmmhhh....most of the Darwin-denier are from USA, not from Netherlands, from New Zealand or Australia. There are no universities in one of these countries which teach creationism as a actual fact. And this is a FACT! So it was just logical to assume, that these comments are by Americans. So you are one of the 58 % which believe in Evolution. Congrats!
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level 70
Apr 13, 2015
This isn't an improvement.
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level 45
Apr 10, 2015
Well, i have to say the comments were far more interesting to read than actual quiz. I would like to point that George Bush said, "i believe the jury is still out on that one." Merka!!!
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level 70
Apr 11, 2015
Okay, and meanwhile:

David Cameron: "we should feel proud to say, ‘This is a Christian country.’"

Barack Obama: "Whatever we once were, we are no longer a Christian nation – at least, not just. We are also a Jewish nation, a Muslim nation, a Buddhist nation, and a Hindu nation, and a nation of nonbelievers."

God save the queen!!!
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level 57
Dec 26, 2016
Straw man arguments. The particular problem in these comments is about Creationism, not Christianity.
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level 47
Aug 22, 2017
Everyone knows the religion of a country is defined by its current, temporary, everyone-will-forget-about-them-in-a-century-or-two leader. Right?
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level 70
Sep 20, 2017
coro: I'm sorry that you lack the mental capacity to understand my perfectly relevant comment.

Aesthus: now... *that's* a strawman argument. Though we could have an argument about the religion of the United States and you would lose... that's not what I was saying and you've missed the point.
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level 30
Apr 14, 2015
I demand you remove Hyrule from the list. I spent the better part of my youth there. [/sarcasm]
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level 66
Apr 17, 2015
I'm curious. How does one question on one quiz make this website an advertiser of Atheism? I've seen no ads on this site at all, let alone any for Atheism. And the numerous quizzes about the Bible and Christianity don't make this a Christian website either. Do you take offense to the Harry Potter quizzes "promoting witchcraft" as well?
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level 15
Apr 25, 2015
I demand you to remove The Garden of Eden because you are saying that people's belief is a myth .I demand you to remove it
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level 70
May 10, 2015
be cool, guy..
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level 21
May 21, 2015
Land of the norse gods - Vanaheim! As there were two different groups, why should we leave out the other because they were more peaceful and had a smaller part in sagas?
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level 53
Sep 20, 2017
no love for the vanir
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level 66
Jul 31, 2015
As one of those who believes every word of the Bible, I think the initial comment is out of line. That kind of attitude is what gives Christians a bad name. The self-righteousness was palpable. I believe the Garden of Eden existed. I am not at all surprised or offended that a huge portion of the world's population doesn't agree with me. kalbahamut, you always seem to have the best comments on this site. :)
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level 61
Jul 31, 2015
Second time around. Got GOT. I nearly created a new sitcom by misspelling the mythical land of gold as Ed Lorado, whom I think of as an incompetent Sam Spade, possibly played by Andy Richter.
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level 68
Aug 10, 2015
Larry, you made me truly LOL!
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level 21
Sep 8, 2015
Love this quiz! But I would argue that panem isn't exactly the same as the other places on the quiz since its an alternate version of america in the future. just a throught. also i wouldn't describe the elysian fields as heaven. it was considered the ideal afterlife but you could only get there my dying honorably in battle.
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level 61
Jun 29, 2016
No Eternia?
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level 72
Jun 29, 2016
I kept trying variations of Cibola for city of gold. Did it not work because Cibola was actually seven cities of gold? Then perhaps accept the individual names of Hawikuh, Halona, etc. I eventually got El Dorado, but only after I'd gone through most of Cibola - at least the ones I could remember.
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level 46
Sep 15, 2016
It's true. I can tell your not Christian.
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level 62
Sep 29, 2016
Wonderland is a themepark in Canada and Oz is a large country in the Southern Hemisphere. Just saying...
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level 56
Sep 24, 2017
LOL
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level 46
Jan 10, 2017
100% with 3:51 remaining. Great quiz. xx - Mo
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level 68
Mar 1, 2017
I would like to thank the Marvel movies for my knowledge of Asgard.
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level 68
Mar 1, 2017
Beautiful quiz
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level 65
Mar 12, 2017
I loved the first comment, "I demand", lol. Most people in the world don't believe in Christianity. So the majority would agree that Eden is a myth.
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level 47
May 18, 2017
There are 2.2 billion Christians and 1.8 billion Muslims in the world. 4 billion is more than half of 7.3 billion. So the majority would agree that Eden is a real place, since both of these are Abrahamic religions.
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level 68
May 26, 2017
Maybe you are right and those 4 billion people do believe in the Biblical garden of Eden. If so then that majority would be wrong.

The majority used to believe that the Solar system is geocentric. They were wrong.
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level 47
Aug 22, 2017
The majority is not always wrong. The majority now think the earth is round. They are right. The point is that the majority of people do not believe that Eden is a myth, which was what @noodles seemed to be saying.
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level 57
Aug 25, 2017
The majority of people do not run this website, so their opinion is meaningless. Anyone's opinion about a fact is meaningless - it doesn't change the fact.
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level 47
Sep 5, 2017
There are very few things, outside of religion and opinion, that more than half of earth's population believe that are false. And your original comment was talking about how the majority's opinion should be used, so...yeah, I think the word hypocritical would be appropriate under the circumstances.
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level 70
Sep 20, 2017
"There are very few things, outside of religion and opinion, that more than half of earth's population believe that are false." ...so you admit religion is false?
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level 47
Sep 20, 2017
Really, kal? I mean that no religion is proven, and if you weren't trying to read idiocy into my words, you wouldn't see that. But returning to the point, no religion is believed by a majority of the world, so it's impossible for any one religion to be both true and believed by a majority of earth's population.
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level 50
Sep 20, 2017
I love the audacity that the ancient Greeks had in naming Olympus as the dwelling place of the gods. As a real place, they were just daring people to not even try to go up there. "Mommy, where does Zeus live?" "Oh, honey, he lives over there. Do NOT go over there. Sweet dreams."
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level 46
Sep 20, 2017
Yikes... the cringe-worthy things you see about yourself five years later. Look. I understand (now, anyway) mythological is not the same as fictional, so yeah, I admit I majorly jumped the gun assuming this quiz was implying "Christianity is a hoax." And yes, I also admit that back then I was way more close-minded and defensive about the issue than I am now, and my response to Hdny42 was overall unnecessary and may have come off as kind of ignorant or just kind of dumb. But holy crap, people. Nowhere in there did I say anything about denying Christianity guaranteeing you a one-way trip to Hell, or if you don't 100% agree with my religious beliefs, you're not really Christian. If your religious beliefs vary? That's fine. If you disagree with me that calling the Garden of Eden completely fictional is objectionable (even though I already said I realize that's not what this quiz is doing)? That's fine. But nothing in my comment is worth getting all up in arms about. Calm. Down.
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level 70
Sep 20, 2017
It took several years for me to admit I was wrong about my faith-based ideas as well and looking back at some of the things I wrote then it sometimes seems as though they were written by a different person. Be glad that you are capable of feeling that cringe. It's not something to be embarrassed about it means you are capable of self-reflection.
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level 46
Sep 20, 2017
You hit the nail on the head there. Even in regards to topics outside of religion, I used to be pretty close-minded as a kid, and had a really tough time understanding how other people could possibly believe opinion X or view Y. Thankfully, time and experience eventually helped me break out of that mindset, so I'm so glad I actually have a reasonable amount of common sense and critical thinking ability now to keep me levelheaded.
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level 72
Sep 20, 2017
All of us react when we feel our core beliefs are being challenged. As we acquire wisdom, hopefully we begin to realize we cannot change what others do or think, we can only change how we respond to them. I applaud your willingness to share your wiser self with us today.
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level 56
Sep 24, 2017
Finally some sensible comments!
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level 58
Sep 20, 2017
All this religious commentary aside, Mount Olympus is an actual, factual place, so I question its inclusion here. There are those who may argue the residents were mythological, but as the quiz is about the land or location, it should be removed. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Olympus
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level 57
Sep 20, 2017
You forgot to add Palestine to this list.
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level 70
Sep 20, 2017
So... a few nights ago I was walking in to Mordor...
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level 21
Sep 26, 2017
Can you accept "Panam" for Panem? I was going crazy cause I knew the name of where Hunger Games took place, but it never occurred to me that the spelling is wrong.
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level 70
Oct 3, 2017
PanAm is a defunct American airline, not a mythical land.
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