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JOURNEY TO THE END OF THE WORLD

JOURNEY TO THE END OF THE WORLD

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JOURNEY TO THE END OF THE WORLD
TISHANI DOSHI
1.
How do geological phenomena help us know about the history of humankind?
2.
What are the indications for the future of humankind?
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How did the narrator reach Antarctica?
4.
What was Gondwanaland and how did it disintegrate?
5.
What were the narrator’s impressions of Antarctica?
6.
What are the reasons for the increasing global temperature?
7.
Why does Antarctica figure as a crucial element in our environmentalconcerns?
8.
What is the students on Ice Programme?
9.
‘In the parable of the phytoplankton there is a great metaphor for existence ‘Explain.
10.
What revelation does the author talk about?
11.
Why does the author say Antarctica is the place to know more about the planet’s past ‘, present and future?
12.
What all does the author predict can happen in a million years?
13.
What were the author’s feelings on setting foot on the Antarctica?
14.
What does the author mean when he says about Antarctica, “the visual scaleranges form the microscopic to the mighty”?What is a stay at Antarctica a chilling prospect for a south Indian?
15.
How, according to the author, has mankind etched its dominance over Nature?
16.
How has the Antrctica sustained itself and managed to remain pristine(unspoiled/spotless)?What are the reasons for the success of the Student’s on Ice Programme?
17.
Why is Antarctica the perfect place to study how little changes in theenvironment can have big repercussions?
18.
What can be the repercussion of depletion in the ozone layer on marine life inthe Antarctica?
19.
What is that beauty of balance that a trip to Antarctica unfolded to the author?
20.
Do you think the journey to the end of the earth a suitable title? If yes, why?
21.
What do you knew about the vessel, the author boarded on for the journey toAntarctica?
22.
How did the vessel of Students on Ice’ complete the journey?
23.
Why were the high school student taken to the Antarctica in Students on Ice programme?
24.
Why did the author compare her experience of Antarctica as walking onto agiant ping-pong ball?
25.
What is phytoplankton? How is tit useful for us?
26.
How are the activities of phytoplankton in danger?
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