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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. A fertilized egg starts to multiply and produces _____ cells.
2. What process did Fritz-Albert Popp want to eliminate in order to record photons?
(a) Cell regeneration.
(c) Cell division.
3. What is the lowest possible energy state called?
(a) A black hole.
(c) Absolute zero.
(d) A vacuum.
4. Whom does the author say Hal Puthoff looked like?
(a) Mickey Mouse.
(b) Mickey Mantle.
(c) Mickey Hart.
(d) Mickey Rooney.
5. Physicist David Bohm had a vision of a world of _____.
(a) Unbroken wholeness.
(b) Optimistic skepticism.
(c) Alien creatures.
(d) Complete order.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who was the editor of Nature Magazine when Jacques Benveniste's article was published?
2. The electromagnetic frequencies that Jacques Benveniste studied in his experiments corresponded with frequencies _____.
3. Where was physicist Albert Michelson born?
4. Where was the article published that influenced Helmut Schmidt as a student?
5. In what year was America's first oil crisis?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was Louis de Broglie's thought experiment that carried quantum theory to its logical conclusion?
2. Why does the author characterize Fritz-Albert Popp as a philosopher as much as a scientist?
3. What are microtubules? What do they do?
4. What did Giuliano Preparata and Emilio Del Giudice try to explain? How did they do this?
5. How do geneticists look at cell differentiation?
6. What was the gist of Jacques Benveniste's response to John Maddox's reaction to his paper published in Nature Magazine?
7. What happened on the way to Cone Crater?
8. According to the author, how do microtubules and dendrites represent the Internet of the body?
9. What did Ed Mitchell do after his moon mission?
10. How did a particular woman in Jacques Benveniste's lab affect the results of his experiments?
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