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Multiple Choice Questions

1. What new physical reality does Faraday introduce?
(a) The field.
(b) The reality of spirit.
(c) The 5th dimension.
(d) The rotuse.

2. For what must general laws be valid?
(a) For collorary specifics.
(b) For all natural phenomena.
(c) For other related general laws.
(d) Only for observable phenomenon.

3. With what is this section primarily concerned?
(a) How science and religion can co-exist.
(b) Einstein's scientific theories.
(c) Why Jewish people tend to be good scientists.
(d) Why Jewish people are model citizens.

4. What do friends and foes alike say the Jews represent?
(a) A step forward in human evolution.
(b) A race whose behaviors are hereditary.
(c) A group of people united by beliefs rather than genetics.
(d) The ideal to which other peoples should strive.

5. What does Germany use to justify atrocities against the Jews?
(a) The fact that the Jews are not native Germans.
(b) That the Jews have more money than any other group in Germany and therefore must be greedy.
(c) That the Jews are not a religious but rather racial group of people.
(d) Fabricated crimes committed by the Jewish people.

6. What guards Jews from social and psychological problems?
(a) A strong family life.
(b) Understanding of the Talmud.
(c) The ghetto.
(d) A good education.

7. What does Einstein say the German people used to believe?
(a) That the people held the power, not the leaders.
(b) That God was just and treated all humans equally.
(c) That Europe was its friend.
(d) The same ideals Einstein has worked for his entire life.

8. What are elite volunteers doing?
(a) Searching out other areas where they could create a nation that did not impact current inhabitants.
(b) Infiltrating Arab settlements in order to force them to move.
(c) Displacing Arab settlements to gain their lands.
(d) Transforming the desert into flourishing settlements.

9. With what is Judaism concerned?
(a) The proper worship of God.
(b) The return of Jews to their homeland.
(c) The hope of the afterlife.
(d) Moral attitudes.

10. What is one requirement for Einstein for living in a country?
(a) Liberty.
(b) Military disarmament.
(c) Military might.
(d) Hope.

11. According to Einstein, what must Jews strive to be?
(a) A beacon of light to an uncivilized world.
(b) Civilized Europeans and good citizens.
(c) Strong enough to withstand persecution.
(d) Benevolent guardians of both Jew and Arabs.

12. What does quantum theory offer in the way of spatial relationships?
(a) A way of showing the exact place of any given atom at an exact moment.
(b) Nothing.
(c) The rationale for a theory of distance.
(d) It can determine the mathematical probabilities of finding structures at a particular spot.

13. For what does Einstein admire Kepler?
(a) For standing by his ideas despite the inquisition.
(b) For working out the planetary motions with no one's support and the understanding of few.
(c) For workinhg out the laws of gravity.
(d) For knowing when to look deeper into his theories.

14. What do the academies demand of Einstein?
(a) That he says something good about the German people to the rest of the world.
(b) That he forfeits his pay and retirement.
(c) That he not work for any other country.
(d) That he gives them reserach he conducted for them.

15. What is Einstein explaining in "A Reply to the Invitation to Participate in a Meeting against Anti-Semitism" ?
(a) His rationale for why the Germans are doing what they are doing.
(b) His concern that there is a rally against Ant-Semitism.
(c) His suggestion of changing the date and time of the meeting.
(d) His refusal to participate in a meeting against Anti-Semitism.

Short Answer Questions

1. Besides pure logical thinking what else is required to attain knowledge of the empirical world?

2. In what decade is Einstein writing his correspondence with the science academies?

3. What does Newton introduce in his ideas?

4. What does Einstein say is the greatest change in physics since Newton?

5. What is one thing Einstein says about Zionism?

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