Introduction and Chapter 1
1. In the Introduction, von Däniken asserts, "There is something _____ about our archeology!"
2. What electronic item does von Däniken write we have found from many thousands of years ago?
(a) A car.
(b) A helicopter.
(d) A flashlight.
3. In the Introduction, Von Däniken speaks of finding numbers with how many digits?
4. Von Däniken writes in the Introduction that the age of space travel is no longer an age of what?
5. In the Introduction, what does von Däniken suggest must take over the work of archeological research?
(a) Modern laboratories.
(b) Museum curators.
6. What friend, to whom von Däniken refers as his travel companion for many years, does he thank in the Introduction?
(a) Louis Emrich.
(b) Bert Slattery.
(c) Dr. Stehlin.
(d) Hans Neuner.
7. What is the title of Chapter 1?
(a) When Our Spaceship Landed on Earth.
(b) Fiery Chariots from the Heavens.
(c) Are There Intelligent Beings in the Cosmos?
(d) The Improbable World of the Unexplained.
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