Thanks to Egil Randi Jergan for sending information about additional solutions for the Where Are You? puzzle (page 69).
If you didn't have the opportunity to participate in this year's artwork competition, show us now what makes our planet special. Post a drawing, photograph, poem, or something else. Share your imagination with the SEED community!
Well, we're in the north. I think so because the Earth is round. When we go south we move along the meridian, when we go west we move along the parallel, and when we go north we move along the meridian again. So we're in the north. You also may look at the globe to understand how we move. As for me, it's very interesting to solve logical tasks.
Anyway, I wish all the students good luck.
We are always attaracted to visit beautiful places around the world. We feel those places are heaven on earth.
But within a week or months you start longing to go back to your house and long to meet your dear one.
Whereever you go how ever beautiful that place, you can never compare it to your home sweet home, a place where you're close to your loved ones with whom you enjoy the most.
Home sweet home.
Close your eyes. Imagine this: someone you know has been given the most palatial, the most incredibly beautiful house. For free. No strings attached. From this point forward, that will be the person’s home.
Imagine people tearing down this house piece by piece, treating the house simultaneously as a personal bank machine and a dumping ground; staking claim to it for profit and greed.
Imagine it was your house. What would you do?
I am a citizen of the world and planet earth is my home. Political and administrative frontiers are fake. I feel we are all from one planet - earth - regardless of our race or origin. I am not in favor of removing all differences between us but rather celebrate them. And when you think of it earth is a small and limited space. Just realize that we were 300 millions a 1,000 years ago and we are now 7 billions !? Watch this... and think of the potential consequences.