1. What is Dr. Frederick Hallam's profession?
(b) University professor.
(d) Plutonium engineer.
2. What does Hallam discover has changed on his desk in Chapter 1?
(a) Computer results.
(b) Tungsten jar.
(c) School paper.
(d) Plutonium alloy.
3. Who makes fun of Hallam's ignorance in Chapter 1?
4. After some tests, what mysterious substance is discovered in Chapter 1?
(a) Selenium 145.
(b) Montium 46.
(c) Plutonium 186.
(d) Halium 23.
5. During the tests, what measurement goes up every time it is tested in Chapter 1?
6. When Dr. Lamont was younger, what was he writing a paper about in Chapter 2?
(a) Manic depressive disorder and psychosis.
(b) Scientific literature pertaining to lunar travel.
(c) Plutonium and the Halium divide.
(d) Hallam and the electron pump.
7. What/who did Hallam suggest was responsible for exchanging substances in Chapter 2?
(a) Light cathodes.
8. What does Hallam theorize has different laws than our own in Chapter 2?
(a) Milky Way.
(b) Plutonium Divide.
(c) Parallel Universe.
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