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Re: What did you learn from the book?

Post by BoyLazy » 06 Oct 2017, 07:34

Amagine wrote:
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Anjum wrote:I got to have a deeper look into how evolutionary scientists really work and the influence of evolutionary science on society.
This part of the story was boring for me. I have never liked Scientists.
I'm not a big fan of science either.
Now where is the high five emoji :)
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Post by Amagine » 06 Oct 2017, 11:57

This is the best high five emoji I can find. :hand:
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Post by meteku4 » 06 Oct 2017, 12:09

That as long as data are missing, legends are an important source of information about the past.

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Post by BoyLazy » 06 Oct 2017, 12:20

:hand: ha.. Close enough :hand: :hand:
Amagine wrote:This is the best high five emoji I can find. :hand:
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Post by Amagine » 06 Oct 2017, 17:38

meteku4 wrote:That as long as data are missing, legends are an important source of information about the past.
That's a good lesson as well.
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Post by BoyLazy » 07 Oct 2017, 01:42

meteku4 wrote:That as long as data are missing, legends are an important source of information about the past.
I don't completely trust in legends.

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Amagine wrote:
meteku4 wrote:That as long as data are missing, legends are an important source of information about the past.
That's a good lesson as well.
Some cases they have to be used for getting info.
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Post by Amagine » 07 Oct 2017, 07:50

BoyLazy wrote:
meteku4 wrote:That as long as data are missing, legends are an important source of information about the past.
I don't completely trust in legends.

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Amagine wrote:
meteku4 wrote:That as long as data are missing, legends are an important source of information about the past.
That's a good lesson as well.
Some cases they have to be used for getting info.
I trust in legends to a certain extent.
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Post by BoyLazy » 07 Oct 2017, 08:16

Amagine wrote:
BoyLazy wrote:
meteku4 wrote:That as long as data are missing, legends are an important source of information about the past.
I don't completely trust in legends.

-- 07 Oct 2017, 01:43 --
Amagine wrote:
That's a good lesson as well.
Some cases they have to be used for getting info.
I trust in legends to a certain extent.
mm hmm. Maybe I'll come across such situation where I trust k legends
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Post by Amagine » 07 Oct 2017, 08:20

I sure sometime in life, you will.
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Post by jonaya » 09 Oct 2017, 02:52

its not proper to underrate somebody's personality by just judging may be based on her age,apperance and originality.
I have learnt to respect every one who comes on my way. Finally I have realized that I need to face everything that comes on my way with confidence and without fail

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Post by Ash and Stars » 17 Oct 2017, 15:26

That it is important to learn from your mistakes

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Post by BoyLazy » 19 Oct 2017, 04:07

Ash and Stars wrote:That it is important to learn from your mistakes
And keep trying without loosing hope :)
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Post by Gingerbo0ks » 19 Oct 2017, 12:38

Just how important it is to keep nature. I hate the idea of developing on beautiful bits of land and they need to find a balance to this. I learnt it's always worth it to see other people's views and to show respect. An example of this would be Sergei and Myra's debates.
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Post by Amagine » 19 Oct 2017, 21:07

Gingerbo0ks wrote:Just how important it is to keep nature. I hate the idea of developing on beautiful bits of land and they need to find a balance to this. I learnt it's always worth it to see other people's views and to show respect. An example of this would be Sergei and Myra's debates.
I agree people have to learn to respect someone else's culture and heritage, even if it is different from your own.
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Post by JadeK » 20 Oct 2017, 14:35

I have to say that as interesting as all of the new information that I learned, the bear was something I not only learned about but was amazed by as well. I love animals and I was struck by how large and beautiful the bear really was!!

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