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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Karl Pribram read about the exploits of Admiral Byrd navigating _____ when he was a child.
(a) The North Pole.
(b) The Bermuda Triangle.
(c) The Amazon.
(d) The South Pole.
2. The electromagnetic frequencies that Jacques Benveniste studied in his experiments corresponded with frequencies _____.
(a) Of fusion.
(b) Of light.
(c) In the atmosphere.
(d) In the audio range.
3. Where was physicist Albert Michelson born?
4. In what year was America's first oil crisis?
5. How many people had been on the moon before Ed Mitchell?
6. What was Walter Stewart called as part of the group of people that the editor of Nature Magazine dubbed?
(a) A quackbuster.
(b) A psychic.
(c) A school teacher.
(d) An engineer.
7. _____ is mentioned in the book as being hailed the great white hope of heart disease prevention.
(c) Water memory.
8. Systems theorist Ernest Laszlo argued that the brain is the _____ of the ultimate storage medium, The Field.
(a) Retrieval and read-out mechanism.
(b) Foil and foe.
(c) Donation station.
(d) Signal jamming device.
9. Who rated the device that Hal Puthoff and Ken Shoulders invented, boosting their credibility?
(b) Standard and Poors.
(c) The Pentagon.
10. Alexander Gurwitsch was credited with discovering mitogenetic radiation in _____ in the 1920's.
(a) Potato eyes.
(b) Onion roots.
(c) Tomato crowns.
(d) Carrot leaves.
11. 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 _____.
12. Robert Jahn decided that his REGs should be driven by an electronic noise source rather than _____.
(a) Atomic decay.
(b) Nuclear fission.
(c) Nuclear fusion.
(d) Natural gas.
13. What did Jacques Benveniste call the attitude toward his work?
(a) A firing squad.
(b) A Salem witchhunt.
(c) A political move.
(d) A crusade.
14. What is the term that means a disturbance which shows that zero-point fluctuations cause electrons to move in their orbits?
(a) The Anchor shift.
(b) The Lamb shift.
(c) The Cole shift.
(d) The Waals shift.
15. Who was the editor of Nature Magazine when Jacques Benveniste's article was published?
(a) George Conley.
(b) John Maddox.
(c) Ari Sengupta.
(d) Alex Romero.
Short Answer Questions
1. Elisabeth Davenas was a _____ in relation to Jacques Benveniste.
2. Microscopic hexagonal lattices of fine filaments of protein are called _____.
3. Sir John Eccles, the noted Australian psychologist, postulated that imagination might have something to do with _____ in the brain.
4. What is it called when the vibration of one body is reinforced by the vibration of another body at or near its frequency?
5. What is a matrix or medium which connects two or more points in space, usually via a force like gravity or electromagnetism?
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