The Field: The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe Test | Mid-Book Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. The ability of a quantum entity to influence another quantum particle instantaneously over any distance despite there being no change of force or energy is called _____.
(a) Nonlocality.
(b) Magnetism.
(c) Profusion.
(d) Shifting.

2. The name coined by Wilder Penfield for the precise location in the brain where memories are stored is _____.
(a) A queue.
(b) An axon.
(c) An engram.
(d) A dendrite.

3. In what year was America's first oil crisis?
(a) 1973.
(b) 1989.
(c) 1955.
(d) 2001.

4. Who was the editor of Nature Magazine when Jacques Benveniste's article was published?
(a) George Conley.
(b) Ari Sengupta.
(c) John Maddox.
(d) Alex Romero.

5. What machine added the ability to count light to the EMI 9558QA?
(a) A polyluminescence machine.
(b) A photosynthesizer.
(c) A luminator.
(d) A photomultiplier.

6. _____ claimed that the weaker the solution, the more powerful its effect.
(a) Homeopathy.
(b) Accupuncture.
(c) Chiropractic.
(d) Nerobiology.

7. How many people had been on the moon before Ed Mitchell?
(a) Four.
(b) Seven.
(c) Twelve.
(d) Five.

8. What was the profession of the one woman who believed Fritz-Albert Popp's theory that there was light in the human body?
(a) A photochemist.
(b) A neurochemist.
(c) A medium.
(d) An immunobiologist.

9. What process did Fritz-Albert Popp want to eliminate in order to record photons?
(a) Cell division.
(b) Photosynthesis.
(c) Photokinesis.
(d) Cell regeneration.

10. In classical physics, the experimenter was considered a _____.
(a) Catalyst.
(b) Participant.
(c) Nuisance.
(d) Separate entity.

11. Nature Magazine dubbed the group of people in the lab of Jacques Benveniste ______________.
(a) The fraud squad.
(b) The science slammers.
(c) The myth busters.
(d) The atom splitters.

12. What was Robert Jahn's reason for returning to Princeton and joining the aeronautical engineering department in the early 1960's?
(a) Remote viewing.
(b) Electric propulsion.
(c) Psychic navigation.
(d) Gas propulsion.

13. After his space flight, Ed Mitchel began devouring books on _____.
(a) Geography.
(b) French cooking.
(c) Religious experiences.
(d) Rocket science.

14. By the simple act of _____, human beings could create order, according to the studies by Robert Jahn.
(a) Forgetting.
(b) Eating.
(c) Wishing.
(d) Sleeping.

15. _____ might simply be a sudden coalescence of coherence in The Field.
(a) A burst of anger.
(b) An act of love.
(c) A car accident.
(d) An intuitive leap.

Short Answer Questions

1. What was Hal Puthoff's profession?

2. Which author had Fritz-Albert Popp read that believed that reality was the creation of living systems?

3. Where was Niels Bohr born?

4. When a person digests broccoli, it is metabolized into _____ and water, plus the light stored from the sun.

5. What point on the moon did the astronauts not reach that they had planned to study?

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