In addition to playing games, listening to music, shopping, etc., playing puzzles is also a way to relax the spirit. The quizzes have many different forms such as: word quizzes, quizzes, quizzes, quizzes,… Players will apply their knowledge and quick improvisation to solve the question in the shortest time.
If you are a fan of this game, you cannot miss the program Fast like lightning – where many interesting puzzles are gathered. In round 1, episode 29, season 2 – the show raised a conundrum with the following content:
“What earth is on the earth but appears in the sky?”
Source: Lightning fast.
With the above puzzle, players and spectators present in the studio could not give the correct answer. I don’t understand what land has such strange features? This is a word puzzle, requiring you to think in many different directions from the name of the soil.
If you do not have the answer, you can refer to the correct answer given by MC Truong Giang: CLAY.
Speaking of “lightning”, we all picture the phenomenon of electrical discharge appearing in the sky. According to the puzzle hints, this is indeed the type of soil that “is on the ground but appears in the sky”. However, this is an entertaining word puzzle, clay has no such physical properties.
Clay (also known as clay) is a term used to describe a group of hydrated aluminum phyllosilicate minerals, with a particle diameter of less than 2 micrometers. Clay is generally created by the chemical weathering of silicate-containing rocks under the action of carbonic acid. But some other clays are formed by hydrothermal activities.
Clay is used to produce many utensils for human life. (Illustrated image)
Humans have discovered the useful properties of clay since prehistoric times, and one of the earliest objects created was a pitcher made from clay that was dried in the sun. Depending on the compounds present in the soil, clay can range in color from white and gray to red and dark orange.
The clay was sintered in the fire that created the first ceramics. Today it remains one of the cheapest materials, widely produced and used. Tiles, pots and pans, bowls, plates, spark plug bodies, etc., and even some musical instruments are all made from clay. Clay is also used in many industries, such as in the manufacture of paper, cement, ceramics and chemical filters.
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