THE BIO-DOME OF ALL WE DO AND DO NOT KNOW C2R3 - Clare-Rose : Story-teller for Kids

THE BIO-DOME OF ALL WE DO AND DO NOT KNOW C2R3

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THE BIO-DOME OF ALL WE DO AND DO NOT KNOW

 

 

 

 

 

The Bio-Dome of all We Do and Do Not Know was the very first library, the one studied before we put it all into words. The largest library of word-books ever imagined now lies in a network of tunnels beneath the Bio-Dome, an intricate web of hidden hallways armchairs, and every book imaginable. Upstairs, each leaf is a fairy tale. Each drop of water a science experiment. Always muttering to themselves, stressed out but always trying to relax, you can hear the whisperings of Charli asking questions of true love, and what about if love was in integration between our modern knowledge, ancient wisdom and nature’s spectacular intellect? The field of wildflowers are always debating the eyeballs of the one-winged moths, and the ferns nod in agreement with everyone.

RIDE OPERATOR: CHARLI:

Obviously guided by Charli, from the storybook EVERLASTING CHARLI, because she lives in a state of awe at the world. She never wants anything to change but even as it compulsively does, she appreciates the new experience. She absolutely loves plants, crystals and animals. She keeps her question cards near the giant crabs in an over-sized rock pool. She’s puzzled as to why everyone cannot read leaves as they do books.

 

 

QUESTIONS FROM THE BIODOME of ALL WE DO AND DON’T KNOW

  1. What is knowledge, and how do we acquire it?
  2. How do we know what we know is true?
  3. Can you give an example of something you know, and explain how you know it?
  4. Are there things we’ll never know, or can we eventually know everything?
  5. How do we decide when something is a fact, an opinion, or a belief?
  6. Can we trust our senses and our memory to know things accurately?
  7. What is the difference between knowledge and wisdom?
  8. How do we decide what information is reliable and what is not?
  9. Do you think there are different ways of knowing, like through science, art, or intuition?
  10. Can we be sure that what we know today will still be true in the future?
  11. Are there things that only some people know, and others do not? Why?
  12. How do we learn from mistakes and what we don’t know?
  13. Can we ever know what it’s like to be someone else?
  14. Do we have to learn from books and teachers, or can we discover things on our own?
  15. How does technology affect what we know and how we learn?
  16. Can you think of a time when you changed your mind because you learned something new?
  17. Are there things that are beyond human understanding, like the nature of the universe?
  18. Can you imagine a world where everyone knows everything? What would it be like?
  19. How do you decide when to ask questions about what you don’t know?
  20. What is the value of exploring what we don’t know and seeking new knowledge?

 

 

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