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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is a background substructure filled with things called?
(a) A leisure.
(b) A plenum.
(c) A catalyst.
(d) A quantum.
2. Who was the editor of Nature Magazine when Jacques Benveniste's article was published?
(a) Ari Sengupta.
(b) John Maddox.
(c) George Conley.
(d) Alex Romero.
3. From where did Ed Mitchell get his doctorate?
(b) California Polytechnical
4. What is the term that means a disturbance which shows that zero-point fluctuations cause electrons to move in their orbits?
(a) The Cole shift.
(b) The Anchor shift.
(c) The Lamb shift.
(d) The Waals shift.
5. Dennis Gabor won the Nobel Prize in the 1940's for his discovery of _____ in his quest to produce a microscope powerful enough to see an atom.
(a) Nuclear fusion.
(b) Plasma communication.
6. Which famous hospital offered Karl Pribram a job that he turned down?
(a) UCLA Medical Center.
(b) Mayo Clinic.
(c) Mt. Sinai.
(d) Eisenhower Medical Center.
7. When a person digests broccoli, it is metabolized into _____ and water, plus the light stored from the sun.
(a) Zinc oxide.
(d) Carbon dioxide.
8. Water molecules have a role in the organization of discordant energy into coherent photons which is called _____.
9. The Eastern religions term the blind epiphany of meaning as _____, which is how Ed Mitchell felt coming back from the moon.
(b) A complete separation.
(c) Atral projection.
(d) An ecstasy of unity.
10. What is the name of the symbols that J. B. Rhine used to test ESP?
11. The controlled movement of an inanimate object by the use of psychic powers is called _____.
(a) Chakra balancing.
(d) Remote viewing.
12. What had Fritz-Albert Popp been teaching at the University of Marburg?
(c) Jet propulson.
13. 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 _____.
14. What was Jacques Benveniste's area of specialty?
(a) Brain tumors.
(c) Cell division.
15. Who wrote Principia?
Short Answer Questions
1. Harold S. Burr was a _____.
2. Who rated the device that Hal Puthoff and Ken Shoulders invented, boosting their credibility?
3. Where is the University of Marburg?
4. What did Jacques Benveniste call the attitude toward his work?
5. What is the lowest possible energy state called?
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