That was a waste. Silly questions and then when I finished and clicked submit, that was it, no hint of how I did.
If scroll down, there are pie charts for each question which show how many people chose Believe, Don’t Believe or Maybe. I don’t know if that would help you.
This is what interests me. With only three options, I saw “Maybe” as equivalent to the classic “agnostic” position, that is “There is an exactly equal chance that this could be True or False.” The problem was that in no case could I honestly say that of any of the questions. Take the one about the Intergalactic Council. As a card-carrying Trekkie from way back, I would dearly love for this to be True. But as I get older, I find myself doubting whether interstellar travel is even possible. I’m pretty sure there are probably civilizations on other planets out in the galaxy somewhere, it’s just that I’m increasingly doubtful if any of us will ever meet one another face to face. This is one of those things I wish that I was wrong about, but in the meantime I can only be honest with myself. I don’t think that the chances are exactly equal.
If one of the options had been “Possible but not very likely,” I probably would have clicked that for practically every question. But I realize that doesn’t help the Original Poster very much. Giving five options instead of only three would make scoring his poll much more difficult.