What Am I Talking About #2

Based on a single sentence, can you tell the topic I am talking about?
Quiz by WolfCam
Last updated: May 6, 2022
First submittedApril 15, 2022
Times taken10,987
Average score56.3%
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1. A hotspot in the Asthenosphere resulted in a series of seamounts near the transvergent boundary.
2. With a 3-2 count in the bottom of the eighth, the cleanup hitter was the only hope of preventing a shutout.
Military history
Video games
3. While Laayoune may be considered De Jure, Tifariti is de facto, though both may or may not be part of the SADR.
Criminal law
Political geography
Science fiction
World religions
4. Alkyds and gouaches were used in the ebauche, which itself was based on the pochade.
5. Transcription begins with a promoter sequence and always occurs in the 3' to 5' direction, attaching complementary bases along the way.
Auto racing
English grammar
6. The inflection point located before the jump discontinuity in Q indicates a sign change in Q double prime at the point.
French government
Quantum physics
7. The predicate nominative has no agency, but must follow a copula, which is neither transitive nor intransitive.
8. If you're trying to get from the Battery to Lenox Hill, take FDR Drive along the East River.
Los Angeles
New York City
9. Its polarity, cohesion, adhesion, and high specific heat are all vital properties, and it serves as an important part of the electron transport chain.
10. The concept is essentially omnipresent, with Duat, Xibalba, Kur, and Inferi having many similarities.
Chinese government
11. The hemiola lasted until the end of the second period, at which point a flebile melisma began.
Human anatomy
12. That sector in particular had the largest output contraction YoY, perhaps the result of a vicious cycle.
Automotive engineering
Muscular System
13. During his Hajj, Mansa Musa is believed to have met the Mamluk Sultan and traveled through Gao and Timbuktu.
African history
Greek history
Indian history
South American history
14. Campion, Raimi, and Coppola are well known, but could you name any best boys, grips, or armorers?
American football
Military strategy
15. Aureolin is represented by #FDEE00, catawba is #703642, and carmine is #D70040.
Binary code
Chemical engineering
16. Whether they're mosaic or ribbon, Pret a Manger or Newk's, or they're called torpedos or poorboys, they're delicious.
Level 81
May 6, 2022
Nitpicking - #9: "its" instead of "it's"

Great quiz!

Level 85
May 7, 2022
The "its" needs to be fixed, and so does the "promoter sequence" (not "promotor sequence", unless you're in favor of listing car engines in order).
Level 57
Jun 17, 2022
It actually is either promotor or promoter, so it was actually fine originally. Please check your answers before correcting someone. I am personally used to seeing it as promotor though.
Level 89
May 6, 2022
Quizzes like this always demonstrate that I am truly not a Renaissance man - so much I don't know.
Level 86
May 6, 2022
The electron transport chain and ... WHAT? But I still wouldn't have gotten it right, to be honest.
Level 60
May 6, 2022
What happened to question 9? Electron chain and ... ???
Level 86
May 6, 2022
Well done! I am amazed at how much the examples for topics I know about read like normal sentences and make total sense to me, and the others sound like made up gibberish!
Level 77
May 6, 2022
I was confident I'd got all those right. I had not.
Level 74
May 6, 2022
Great sequel, only thing I can think to improve it is if you tell us what the hell they mean in an explanation. It's great that we get the subject but a brief resume of the sentence would be great.
Level 63
May 7, 2022
Thanks! I considered doing that, but I think for some of these I would need to write an entire paragraph, for example the Calculus and Microbiology questions.
Level 84
May 6, 2022
Good grief, never guessed so many answers in a quiz 😂
Level 76
May 6, 2022
What we learn from here, once again, is: Never second-guess yourself. That's how I lost four correct ones. How about you?
Level 78
May 7, 2022
These are brilliant, and after only getting 9, apparently I'm not
Level 81
May 9, 2022
I found that really tough, great quiz
Level 68
May 16, 2022
Dang it! My logic and my trivial knowledge got me all but one… I can’t believe a painting style would openly be based on something else! So derivative!
Level 56
Jun 16, 2022
Great idea; I think you could take it further and offer answers which are more varied - for instance 11 and 13 sound like they could come from a film, the seamount one could be from a science fiction book, and maybe the street directions one could have a computer game as a possible answer?

I guessed quantum physics for the calculus one, as a "jump discontinuity" sounded a bit exotic for calculus, but what do I know.

Level 48
Jun 16, 2022
This is an elite quiz, bloody well done creating it!!
Level 79
Jun 16, 2022
Great quiz! I believe however that you should change 'microbiology' (study of bacteria, viruses etc) to 'molecular biology' (study of biologically important molecules and chemical reactions).
Level 34
Jun 16, 2022
Great quiz! I'm going to echo Borsuk that #5 needs to be changed from microbiology (study of microscopic organisms) to molecular biology (study of biological processes at the molecular level), having studied both.
Level 62
Jun 18, 2022
Great quiz, I'm curious how you would come up with these questions. My only nitpick is that 'Q double prime' could be better expressed as Q", no need to write it out.
Level 27
Jun 20, 2022
#5 - protein synthesis that is
Level 66
Jun 20, 2022
Enjoyed this quiz a lot! But I am also going to echo both Borsuk and RedCait that #5 should be relabeled from "microbiology" (study of microbes) to "molecular biology" (study of molecules). Also, synthesis of RNA during transcription occurs in the 5' to 3' direction, not 3' to 5'