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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to the Green Bank Formula, there are at any given moment in our galaxy alone how many different civilizations attempting to make contact with us?
2. When did the Mayans abandon their cities and temples?
(a) 600 A.D.
(b) 400 A.D.
(c) 200 A.D.
(d) 1200 A.D.
3. At the beginning of what century did the first European settlers land on Easter Island?
4. What does not grow on Easter Island?
5. In Chapter 9, where were all the edifices built according to the Mayan calendar?
(b) Chichen Itza.
6. What was the name of the project in Green Bank, West Virginia?
(a) Project Apollo.
(b) Project Ozma.
(c) Project Onta.
(d) Project Cyrillis.
7. What do archeologists estimate the population of Egypt to have been during the building of the Great Pyramid?
8. Van Daniken states in Chapter 8 that our accurate knowledge of America is only how many years old?
9. Who is cited from A Voyage to Laputa and Japan in Chapter 10?
(a) John Mayflower.
(b) Michael Ponsway.
(c) Jonathan Swift.
(d) Gerald Mansfield.
10. What word is used for "light amplification by the stimulated emission of radiation"?
11. Who wrote the book Worlds in Collision in 1950?
(a) Immanuel Velikovsky.
(b) Alexander Sowenson.
(c) Zurich Mannsfried.
(d) Emile Zola.
12. What radiation frequency does von Däniken suggest may be known throughout the universe?
(a) 1420 megahertz.
(b) 340 megahetrz.
(c) 100 megahertz.
(d) 1200 megahertz.
13. Who is attributed today as the inspirer and builder of the Great Pyramid?
(a) Pharaoh Tkya.
(b) Pharaoh Khufu.
(c) Pharaoh Kanaa.
(d) Pharaoh Rameses.
14. What is the title of Chapter 8?
(a) The Earth's Experience in Space.
(b) The Mysteries of South America and Other Oddities.
(c) Easter Island - Land of the Bird Men.
(d) The Search for Direct Communication.
15. The observatory at _____ is the first and oldest round building of the Mayas.
Short Answer Questions
1. The horse-drawn cart was not introduced until about what time?
2. In Chapter 10, von Däniken writes that "was was valid yesterday is _____ tomorrow."
3. The terrace north of Damascus is a platform built of stone blocks, some of which are more than how many feet long?
4. The Mayans believed that a fixed number of steps of a building had to be completed every how many years?
5. What is the name of the pyramid that is the biggest of the Mayans, belonging to the god Kukulkan?
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