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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to the author, Elisabeth Targ had a passion for _____.
2. Roger Nelson sought out many Native American sacred sites to measure with a REG machine, including Devil's Tower monument in _____.
3. Particles that travel faster than the speed of light are called _____.
4. Modification of the space-time metric was called _____ by Tsung-Dao Lee.
5. 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?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why was watching television considered an obvious vehicle for long-distance like-mindedness?
2. What happened when Dr. Bernard Grad had a healer treat water?
3. Why did William Braud use Mongolian gerbils in his research?
4. What was William Braud's professional background?
5. What did healers do in a study of high blood pressure patients which helped them and defined their methods?
6. What did the work of Karl Pribram and his colleagues propose in terms of future intention?
7. What is a pseudo random event generator, and how is it still unpredictable?
8. Why did Robert Forward think that it was possible to do an experiment on altering inertia by making changes in the vacuum?
9. What was the study that Charles Tart ran on empathy in Berkeley?
10. In what study was Dr. Bernard Grad a pioneer?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Describe how the scientific press reacted to the discoveries of Jacques Benveniste. What did Nature Magazine say about the paper he published? How did this affect his attitude? His career?
Essay Topic 2
Explain Dean Radin's studies on collective consciousness. How did he use current events to prove his theories? What machine did he use to measure the energy that occurred during these events? What conclusions did he come to regarding the collective consciousness?
Essay Topic 3
Explain how the CIA became involved in Hal Puthoff's experiments. Why did they come to him initially? What were they interested in developing?
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