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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who was the editor of Nature Magazine when Jacques Benveniste's article was published?
(a) John Maddox.
(b) Alex Romero.
(c) Ari Sengupta.
(d) George Conley.
2. What was Jacques Benveniste's area of specialty?
(b) Cell division.
(d) Brain tumors.
3. According to the author, gravity is the _____ of physics.
(a) Second Coming.
(c) The Nirvana.
(d) Holy Grail.
4. Church's Fried Chicken was the _____ answer to Kentucky Fried Chicken.
(a) New Mexican.
5. What was the name of the gold insect-like lunar module that accompanied the Apollo 14 mission?
6. Elisabeth Davenas was a _____ in relation to Jacques Benveniste.
(a) Doctorate student.
(b) Lab technician.
(c) High school friend.
7. It was the unique ability of quantum waves to store vast quantities of information in a totality and in _____.
(a) Four dimensions.
(b) Two dimensions.
(c) Three dimensions.
(d) Six dimensions.
8. What is the name of the symbols that J. B. Rhine used to test ESP?
9. Who dubbed Jacques Benveniste's experiments "the memory of water"?
(a) His wife.
(b) The Mayo Clinic.
(c) The popular press.
(d) His assistant.
10. What chemical can be applied to DNA to squeezes itself into the base pairs of the double helix to cause the strand to split apart?
(a) Magnesium sulfate.
(b) Ethidium bromide.
(c) Calcium carbide.
(d) Chromium cyanide.
11. Who wrote Principia?
12. The word for cell coordination and communication is _____.
(a) Gravitational emission.
(c) Synaptic regenesis.
13. Systems theorist Ernest Laszlo argued that the brain is the _____ of the ultimate storage medium, The Field.
(a) Retrieval and read-out mechanism.
(b) Signal jamming device.
(c) Foil and foe.
(d) Donation station.
14. In 1976, the first plants that Fritz-Albert Popp recorded photon emissions from were _____.
(b) Strawberry clusters.
(c) Green beans.
(d) Cucumber seedlings.
15. What year did Fritz-Albert Popp think he had found a cure for cancer?
Short Answer Questions
1. The name coined by Wilder Penfield for the precise location in the brain where memories are stored is _____.
2. In classical physics, the experimenter was considered a _____.
3. After his space flight, Ed Mitchel began devouring books on _____.
4. What is the term that means a disturbance which shows that zero-point fluctuations cause electrons to move in their orbits?
5. The author calls Robert Goddard the father of American _____.
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