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Multiple Choice Questions

1. What do the Schrodinger equations assume?
(a) That speed is a constant.
(b) That force is a product of gravity.
(c) That motion is inverse to acceleration.
(d) That time runs smoothly everywhere.

2. What are the size of biological brains limited by?
(a) The genome.
(b) Proteins.
(c) Animo Acids.
(d) The womb.

3. What equation will be able to determine the wave function for information?
(a) Heisenberg.
(b) Rossinger.
(c) Schrodinger.
(d) Popper.

4. What does Hawking think one can do to positive vacuum energy?
(a) Move it.
(b) Square it.
(c) Ration it.
(d) Divide it.

5. What will be preserved if this equation determines the wave function?
(a) Three quarter-determinism.
(b) One quarter-determinism.
(c) Full determinism.
(d) Half-determinism.

6. What is a practical limit on the design of faster computers?
(a) The weight of gravity.
(b) The speed of gravity.
(c) The speed of light.
(d) The acceleration of mass.

7. What are wormholes?
(a) Tubes of spacetime that connect different regions of space and time.
(b) Molecules of open space.
(c) Units of spacetime that connect similar regions of space and time.
(d) Holes between which space and time travel.

8. How do most discussions of time travel begin?
(a) With perpendicular theorems.
(b) With special relativity.
(c) With general relativity.
(d) With longitudinal equations.

9. How does Hawking describe himself?
(a) A relationist.
(b) A negativist.
(c) A positivist.
(d) An optimist.

10. When was absolute time overthrown as an idea?
(a) Ten years ago.
(b) Over 100 years ago.
(c) The idea was never overthrown.
(d) Fifty years ago.

11. What kind of philosophy do black holes have?
(a) A contemporary philosophy.
(b) A mature philosophy.
(c) An escape philosophy.
(d) A present philosophy.

12. As the brain increases in size, what may become slower as it grows more complex?
(a) Computation.
(b) Hard drives.
(c) Informational value.
(d) Informational weight.

13. What does the Schrodinger equation specify?
(a) The rate at which light function changes with speed.
(b) The rate at which wave function changes with time.
(c) The rate at which satellites operate particle states.
(d) The rate at which bell curves change with motion.

14. What can p-branes absorb?
(a) Particles.
(b) Shape.
(c) Thought.
(d) Stars.

15. How could this energy density be created?
(a) By dividing the molecules into fragments and then reassembling them.
(b) By taking out virtual particles in a closed loop.
(c) By separating virtual particles from real particles.
(d) By creating new weights for each energy density.

Short Answer Questions

1. What question does Hawking ask about extraterrestrials?

2. What would a civilization have to do to build a time machine?

3. What final state does Hawking wonder if humanity will ever reach?

4. What kind of theory do we not have yet that is essential to figuring out time travel?

5. What kind of fluctuations do we have to consider to answer whether or not time travel is possible?

(see the answer keys)

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