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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Einstein refuse the demands?
(a) It is counter to what he has worked for his whole life.
(b) He has earned his pay and retirement.
(c) The notes came from his own mind and no one else's.
(d) It is unreasonable.
2. To what does a fable about a shepherd boy, a horse, and a stag relate?
(a) To a nomadic way of life and astrology.
(b) To astrology.
(c) To Jesus, Jews and Hitler.
(d) To Germany, the Nazis, and the Jews.
3. Neither intelligence nor institutions can substitute for what?
(a) Military aid to save the Jews.
(b) Understanding, justice, and willingness to help others.
(c) A life that is safe.
(d) A new homeland for the Jews.
4. What does the the "Riemannian curvature" do?
(a) Links the theory with the facts of astronomy.
(b) Defines the orbit of electrons.
(c) Helps explain the shape of Earth and other planets.
(d) Shows how orbits are created.
5. Concepts acquire content only when connected with what?
(a) Other events prior to the event horizon.
(b) Other events past the event horizon.
(c) The content of another dimension.
(d) Sensible experience.
6. Where is the "A Reply to the Invitation to Participate in a Meeting against Anti-Semitism" being held?
7. What are elite volunteers doing?
(a) Displacing Arab settlements to gain their lands.
(b) Transforming the desert into flourishing settlements.
(c) Infiltrating Arab settlements in order to force them to move.
(d) Searching out other areas where they could create a nation that did not impact current inhabitants.
8. For what must general laws be valid?
(a) Only for observable phenomenon.
(b) For all natural phenomena.
(c) For collorary specifics.
(d) For other related general laws.
9. How would you characterize Einstein's beliefs in this section of the book?
(b) Strong and unwavering.
10. What happens if there are no general laws?
(a) The deductions are useless.
(b) Specifics are inaccurate.
(c) Epirical facts lack value.
(d) The masses will not understand the specifics.
11. What does Einstein say about the theory of relativity?
(a) Until absolutely proven, it is all speculation.
(b) It is a relatively new theory that has only come into existence since the last expansion of the Universe.
(c) It is non-revolutionary and non-speculative.
(d) It holds the key to understanding who God is.
12. What is Einstein explaining in "A Reply to the Invitation to Participate in a Meeting against Anti-Semitism" ?
(a) His suggestion of changing the date and time of the meeting.
(b) His concern that there is a rally against Ant-Semitism.
(c) His rationale for why the Germans are doing what they are doing.
(d) His refusal to participate in a meeting against Anti-Semitism.
13. What do friends and foes alike say the Jews represent?
(a) A group of people united by beliefs rather than genetics.
(b) A step forward in human evolution.
(c) A race whose behaviors are hereditary.
(d) The ideal to which other peoples should strive.
14. What do Faraday/Maxwell show exist in "free space"?
(a) Quarks and waves.
(c) Waves and fields.
(d) Fields and quarks.
15. What is the starting point for the concept of space?
(a) The quark space.
(b) The alpha point.
(c) The omega point.
(d) The interval.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the goal of the Jewish people in Palestine?
2. What does truth applied to science or religion convey?
3. According to Einstein, what must Jews strive to be?
4. In what decade does Einstein write "A Reply to the Invitation to Participate in a Meeting against Anti-Semitism" ?
5. What does Einstein think will restore the heart of the Jewish people?
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