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This week's Trivia: Sci-Fi

Who doesn't love a story about a dystopian and/or post-apocalyptic future? Without them, how could we ever get a critical look at all the damage our current politics and manufacturing are destroying our societies?
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Q1

According to a novel by Ray Bradbury, at which temperature does book paper combust?

Q2

In Battlestar Galactica (2004 series), Commander Adama finds a note indicating that there are how many Cylon models?

Q3

What is the name of the main character in Neal Stephenson's third novel, Snow Crash?

Q4

Providing an optimistic vision of the future where Earth has found peace and is exploring the final frontier, Star Trek debuted on American TV in which year?

Q5

The 1982 film, Blade Runner, directed by Ridley Scott, was based on which novel by Philip K. Dick?

Q6

In addition to Robert A. Heinlein and Arthur C. Clarke, which of the following writers was considered one the "Big Three" sci-fi writers of their lifetime?

Q7

In Orson Scott Card's novel, Ender's Game, who gave Andrew Wiggin the nickname of "Ender"?

Q8

First released in 1998 for PC, what is the name of the main character in Half-Life?

Q9

While the film version was called 2010: The Year We Make Contact, what is the title of Arthur C Clarke's original novel on which the movie was based?

Q10

In the 1997 film, Event Horizon, the crew of the the Lewis and Clark are sent to investigate the titular spaceship. What happened to it 7 years prior?