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  1. This article is very intriguing because it taught me a lot of things that I did not know. I think getting together geologists for different parts of the earth is good for the geology community because everyone can share idea. The part of the article that had most of my interest is finding out that a school library don’t have any air conditioner. Students need a comfortable place to study especially when it’s hot outside like it was on that day.

  2. This article was very informative and taught me a lot of new information that I never knew before. The idea of setting up a conference with the idea of getting other scientists to share ideas and connect with each other to help better nature is a brilliant idea which will help preserve the earth. The section on the giant panda’s trip was really cool and interesting something i would like to participate in. However the section talking about the CUDT students was my favorite part in the article. Students are dedicated and devoted to their work and are trying to do their studies through harsh conditions but through all that they are focused on the task at hand and don’t complain at all they just endure it.

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