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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In America, the third category of belief beyond the 'true or not true' system of Russia was _____.
2. According to the Achuar and the Huaorani Indians, waking life is considered _____.
(a) A reality.
(d) A falsehood.
3. What is it called when, faced with several possibilities, the simplest hypothesis is selected?
(a) Adam's rib.
(b) Occum's razor.
(c) Murphy's law.
(d) Overt logic.
4. Studies involving emotional reactions to photos possibly reflected that Americans were more unsettled by _____ than violence.
5. Pat Price was a building contractor from _____.
(b) Las Vegas.
(c) Lake Tahoe.
(d) New Jersey.
6. Dr. Bernard Grad chemically analyzed water treated by a healer with ______.
(a) Infrared spectroscopy.
(b) Radiactive isotopes.
7. According to the author, the REG machine was a kind of _____ that measured the dynamics and coherence of a group.
(b) Geiger counter.
8. The Great Pyramid of Khufu is on the _____ plateau.
9. To the Australian Aborigines, the rocks, stones, and mountains are alive and humans _____ the world into existence.
10. What was the term used to describe when a subject was able to discern, by use of ESP, where a traveler had been hours or days after the traveler had left?
(b) Dream prescience.
(c) Quantum viewing.
(d) Field recognition.
11. British Aerospace launched its secret program, Project Greenglow, to study the possibility of turning off _____.
(a) The sun.
12. Whose painting was used in the experiments with the psychic, Malcolm Bessent?
(c) Van Gogh.
13. Robert Jahn said that if you take _____out of the quantum world, then it all makes sense.
14. The Greek goddess of the earth is called _____.
15. How does the author describe the glasses Russell Targ wore?
(b) John Lennon.
(d) Ben Franklin.
Short Answer Questions
1. Several heart studies have shown that _____ rather than physical conditions like high cholesterol is one of the greatest contributors to disease.
2. To Hal Puthoff, the magnetometer was a _____.
3. What was the rotation for the healers involved in Elisabeth Targ's healing experiments?
4. The process where membranes of the blood finally weaken and burst causing the hemoglobin of the cell to spill out into the saline solution is called _____.
5. The problem with experimenting on living systems is their _____.
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