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Intelligent Design - Evolution Test

You think intelligent design has nothing to do with science? You think evolution has nothing to do with religion? Take this Evolution Intelligent Design Assessment to see how you score!

Instructions: There are eight questions. This test is college level. Each of the eight questions are interwoven, so should be read in order from 1 to 8. Question 8 is doctoral/professoral level.

1. The American Quarterhorse is a result of:
a) evolution
b) design by an intelligent being
c) breeding by the collective intelligence of horse breeders
d) don't know
e) other
f) more than one possible answer (check all that apply) | a | b | c | d | e |

2. Purbred dogs:
a) evolved
b) were created by God
c) evolved by selective breeding
d) don't know
e) other
f) more than one possible answer (check all that apply) | a | b | c | d | e |

3. As a measure to eradicate the smallpox germ, a worldwide vaccination program was an outcome of:
a) evolutionary processes at work
b) intervention by a supreme being
c) accomplished through collective efforts
d) extinction of a less intelligent species by a more intelligent species
e) extinction of a less cognizant species by a more cognizant species
f) don't know
g) other
h) more than one possible answer (check all that apply) | a | b | c | d | e | f | g |

4. The refusal by a cultural segment of a species to engage in multi-partner unprotected sex is an example of:
a) natural selection
b) self-imposed intelligent design
c) collective self-preservation
d) survival of the fittest
e) don't know
f) other
g) more than one possible answer (check all that apply) | a | b | c | d | e | f |

5. The refusal by a cultural segment of a species to engage in multi-partner unprotected sex due to religious beliefs is an example of:
a) intervention by a supreme being
b) evolution
c) imprinting
d) don't know
e) other
f) more than one possible answer (check all that apply) | a | b | c | d | e |

6. A cub who learns to hunt from its parents is an example of:
a) creationism
b) evolution
c) group intelligence
d) learned survival skills
e) taught survival skills
f) species self-imposed intelligent design
g) don't know
h) other
i) more than one possible answer (check all that apply) | a | b | c | d | e | f | g | h |

7. Evidence of previous intervention by another species or visitor-from-space in the progression of mankind is:
a) not detectable
b) detectable
c) possibly detectable, but not clear how to go about actual detection
d) don't know
e) other
f) more than one possible answer (check all that apply) | a | b | c | d | e |

8. A human-like species evolves on a remote island, living among a variety of plants and animals. One particular fruit bearing plant was provided to the species by a more advanced species, prior to the first species' recorded history. The fruit plant caused the first species to thrive. The first species has now advanced. The first species can now:
a) detect prior intervention by a more intelligent species
b) can not detect prior intervention
c) may ultimately develop a branch of science to detect prior intervention(s)
d) attribute the suspected intervention to God
e) believe their survival and thriving has been due to external forces
f) reject theories of past external assistance as without scientific basis
g) arbitrarily choose what to imprint
h) don't know
i) other
j) more than one possible answer (check all that apply) | a | b | c | d | e | f | g | h | i |

This test © 2007 Charles Knobloch. All rights reserved.

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