1. What is the driver's name?
(a) James T. Kirk.
(b) David R. Peterson.
(c) William F. Buckley.
(d) Peter B. Rabbit.
2. What does the driver believe in?
(d) All of the below.
3. Why does the driver become sad?
(a) The driver does not become sad.
(b) Carl dismisses an important part of the driver's inner life.
(c) The driver's parents have just died.
(d) Carl is not the person the driver thought he was.
4. What is at the core of the Earth?
(b) Atomic fire.
(c) Molten rock.
(d) A perfect crystal.
5. What does not sell well?
6. What percentage of Americans are "scientifically illiterate?"
7. What does every generation worry about?
(a) Moral standards.
(b) Educational standards.
(c) Gold standards.
(d) Productivity standards.
8. What is Congress dissolving as Carl writes this book?
(a) The Office of Technology Assessment.
(b) The Department of Agriculture.
(c) The National Board of Science.
(d) The Council for Scientific Awareness.
9. Who is the father of medicine?
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