I have to take issue with this. Several items on the test are incorrect or inaccurate, or just speculative. Examples: "Silver fillings are safe to put in your teeth. Otherwise, dentists wouldn't use them. FALSE. Silver fillings are nearly 40% mercury -- one of the most toxic heavy metals known to man" The amount of mercury one is actually exposed to is safe. "The history taught to American children in public school is true and accurate. FALSE. American history, as taught to American schoolchildren, is more a collection of lies and distortions than actual history. From Columbus to the Vietnam War, politically correct American history consistently paints Americans in a glorious light" Partly accurate, but mainly hyperbole. "My government would never knowingly lie to me. FALSE. All governments lie." All is a very strong claim to make with no evidence. But yes, the US government hsa knowingly lied before. "The Federal Reserve is a branch of the U.S. government. FALSE." This is a half-truth. The Fed was founded and is under the control of the federal government. Fed chairmen are appointed by the president. The Fed even has a website under the .gov TLD. The only truth here is that the Fed is in fact owned by member banks. "Inflation is a natural side effect of a healthy, growing economy. FALSE." This is correct, but their explanation is misleading. Limited inflation in a growing economy is a very normal, even useful thing. It's not a "hidden tax" or whatever paranoid theory. Controlled inflation is not some great evil to be feared. A money supply that remains constant can be a Very Bad Thing. These people need a few classes in economics. "Vitamin E is dangerous. FALSE." Large doses of vitamin E are poisonous, period. Normal doses are safe. "There is no cure for cancer. FALSE." Misleading. They can claim all they want that there are cures for some cancers, but there's no silver bullet. "All foods and beverages are safe to consume in moderation and can be part of a balanced diet. FALSE." Wrong on its face. A "balanced diet" doesn't have to be a perfect diet. This is the same fallacy they made above in assuming that any exposure to mercury was unsafe. "Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a genuine brain chemistry disorder that must be treated with drugs to help children. FALSE. This so-called disease is entirely fictitious and has no measurable physiological basis whatsoever. Hyperactivity in children is actually caused primarily by poor nutritional habits (consumption of refined sugars and food coloring)" Their claim that it is entirely fictitious is debateable at best. But their claim about hyperactivity is dead wrong. Recent studies have shown that, against conventional wisdom, hyperactivity has rather little to do with refined sugar intake and such. Food coloring is present in such small amounts in most foods that it is of dubious dietary signficiance. This kind of FUD is really despicable not just because it is inaccurate, but because it is self-serving and aimed at bullying people into believing what they do to avoid being labeled "sheeple" (a term popular mainly among conspiracy nuts). FWIW, I managed to get a lower score by intentionally answering "wrong" on a few items. Sorry to go off like that, but this type of thing really bothers me.