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Question 1: When the parallel universe concept is ________, the allusion is often to this Star Trek episode.
ParodySatireNovelHamlet

Question 2: The graphic novel ________ presents an alternate history where superheroes exist and the Vietnam War was won by the United States.
Alan Moore bibliographyWatchmenAlan MooreV for Vendetta

Question 3: The most common use of parallel universes in science fiction, when the concept is central to the story, is as a backdrop and/or consequence of ________.
SpacetimeTime travelFutureCausality

Question 4: Commonly this motif is presented as different points of view revolving around a central (but sometimes unknowable) "truth", the seminal example being ________'s Rashomon.
Yojimbo (film)Akira KurosawaKagemushaSeven Samurai

Question 5: Another common use of the theme is as a prison for villains or ________.
Unclean spiritChristian demonologyDemonologyDemon

Question 6: Like many authors after him, Moorcock was inspired by the ________ interpretation of quantum mechanics, saying:
Relational quantum mechanicsQuantum decoherenceDe Broglie–Bohm theoryMany-worlds interpretation

Question 7: Other examples are the science fiction series ________, the fantasy/horror series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Supernatural and the romance/fantasy Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.
Stargate SG-1Stargate SG-1 (season 8)Goa'uldDaniel Jackson (Stargate)

Question 8: A previous episode for the Trek series first hinted at the potential of differing reality planes (and their occupants)-titled "________".
The Alternative FactorThe Corbomite ManeuverThe Naked TimeArena (Star Trek: The Original Series)

Question 9: After Rick Cook introduced a computer programmer into a ________ world, his wizardry series steadily acquired more interactions between this world and ours.
High fantasyFantasy tropes and conventionsMagician (fantasy)Contemporary fantasy

Question 10: [1] Similarly in ________, "The Adventures of Bulukiya", a tale in the One Thousand and One Nights (Arabian Nights), describes the protagonist Bulukiya learning of alternative worlds/universes that are similar but different to his own.
MawlidArabic literaturePersian literatureIslamic Golden Age
















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