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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Chapter 36, what did Hancock explore?
(a) Pyramids with the coffins of peasants.
(b) Pyramids with coffins that have been looted.
(c) Pyramids with unidentified, empty coffins.
(d) Pyramids with the coffins of specific pharaohs.
2. How many miles per hour does the Earth revolve around the sun?
3. What did Hipparchus discover?
4. When was the last Ice Age meltdown, according to Chapter 50?
(a) 15,000 to 5,000 B.C.
(b) 8,000 to 5,000 B.C.
(c) 15,000 to 8,000 B.C.
(d) 12,000 to 8,000 B.C.
5. What did Hancock discover about the Great Pyramid's lengths and corner angles?
(a) They are unusually accurate.
(b) They are too worn out to be measured.
(c) They were obviously slapped together quickly.
(d) They are surprisingly inaccurate.
6. What did Hancock note about moving the limestone megaliths found in the Great Sphinx?
(a) A crane capable of moving them was not invented until 2003.
(b) In 2003, only 2 land-based cranes in the world could move them.
(c) A crane capable of moving them was not invented until 1993.
(d) In 1993, only 2 land-based cranes in the world could move them.
7. In Chapter 30, what metaphorical image is an allegory in myths world-wide?
(a) A heavenly barn.
(b) A heavenly house.
(c) A heavenly mill.
(d) A heavenly horse.
8. What did Robert Bauval discover?
(a) Orion's three belt stars are in a straight line.
(b) Orion's three belt stars are not in a straight line.
(c) Orion's belt has four stars.
(d) Orion's belt only has two stars.
9. In Chapter 38, how did Hancock observe the Great Pyramid?
(a) From the top.
(b) From a plane.
(c) Through passageways from room to room.
(d) From the base.
10. What effect forces the Earth's axis to wobble slowly clockwise while it spins counter-clockwise?
11. What is the height to perimeter ratio of the Great Pyramid the same as?
(a) A sphere's circumference to radius.
(b) A sphere's circumference to area.
(c) A sphere's radius to circumference.
(d) A sphere's area to circumference.
12. What did Hancock discover about the Great Pyramid's faces?
(a) Its faces are perfectly aligned.
(b) Its faces are only visible by day.
(c) Its faces are more visible by night.
(d) Its faces are slightly off in their alignment.
13. What is Earth's axis tilt called?
(a) Its eccentricity.
(b) Its obliquity.
(c) Its precess.
(d) Its ecliptic.
14. How are the stars Sirius A and B related?
(a) B circles A.
(b) A circles B.
(c) They form a circle with other stars.
(d) They line up with other stars.
15. What is a third element of the author's thesis in Chapter 52?
(a) The need to mobilize resources to rebuild ancient civilizations.
(b) The need to protect future generations from knowledge of the past.
(c) The need to bulldoze modern structures so only old ones remain.
(d) The need to mobilize resources to preserve a remnant for ancestry.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many miles per hour does the Earth revolve on its own axis?
2. How large is the base of the Great Pyramid?
3. What was the large Antarctic landmass supporting in Chapter 51?
4. What did Christian Eusebius discover about Manetho's texts and the Bible?
5. According to Chapter 31, how did the embedding in the Osiris myth occur?
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