Thanks so much Bill for the heads up. I am not sure how representative this quiz could be, since it was taken at a conference sponsored by the Templeton Foundation. As readers may know, the foundation also awards the annual $1.5 million Templeton Prize to a ‘living person who has made an exceptional contribution to affirming life's spiritual dimension.’ It is essentially a reactionary religious organization seeking to thwart deterministic interpretations of scientific results by supporting accomodationists. One of their most notable failures included the “prayer test” performed on heart patients (Stein, 2006). Legitimate scientists generally avoid having anything to do with Templeton, although regressive physicists seem especially prone to bite the apple. One prizewinner is even a priest and a professor of astrophysics. So, we don’t expect much out of the attendees of this conference, which was entitled “Quantum Physics and the Nature of Reality," held July 3-7, 2011 in Austria.