I have your ideas before you. – By @paboukratevans
By Pierre Aboukrat
I have your ideas before you.
I am beginning to understand now; those SCAB are just a formality of our learning at SCA. We are meant to express ourselves in the 500 words essay, talking about how we are doing and how we want to improve. The SCAB is the outlet of your mind. In this SCAB, I will talk about how we have all the same ideas and why nobody is original at SCA.
1.Everybody is going to dig deep for gold nuggets. Therefore, everybody is going to know the great idea that you had. Do not think that you are the only one who thought of that. Keep improving your idea so it become original.
2.We all like a banana. Obviously, we all like the same things at SCA we are the artistic and bookie type of girls and boy. If it’s ugly for you it’s ugly for us, if it’s shit don’t try to show it because we’ll kick it. Keep looking for something else.
3.Score like you mean it. Don’t be aggressive when you are scoring people. God is in the details but a 10 isn’t for god. When you give a grade, do it knowing the group will see it, they will feel something about having good grades and bad grade. Keep in mind that you will affect their mental health.
After all, I want to write about the Adélie land because I find it really interesting. The Adélie Land is a French territory on the continent of Antartica. It stretches from a portion of the Southern Ocean costline all the way inland to the South Pole. The French station Dumont d’Urville has a winter population around 33, but this goes up to about 78 during the Antarctic summer.
The coast of Adélie Land was discovered in 1840 by the French explorer Jule Dumont d’Urville who named it after his wife, Adèle. This is the basis of the French claim to this Antartic land. Man that is amazing! I didn’t knew that…
On the Adélie Land you can find some Penguins of different sort. Like Emperor penguins, King Penguins, Adelie penguin (they are really sweet), Chinstrap penguin, Gentoo penguin, Marc Lewis penguin (they have blue feather). More impressive you can find several species of whales, like the blue whale or the Marc Lewis whale the biggest of them all.
Different species of seals are living on the land, the weddell seals, Southen Fur seal and the Southern Elephant (Marc Lewis) seal. Also there is a huge diversities of beautiful birds (like in SCA), the Wandering albatross, the snow petrel, the Antarctic skua, the blue eyed shag (Marc Lewis favourite diner), the giant petrel, cape pigeon, snowy sheathbill and artic tern.
One of the most exited storie about the Adelie land is the crash of a meteor discovered on the 5th December 1912 by Francis Howard Bickerton (guy’s great news he’s an English ma but it’s almost the end of this interesting part about Adelie land). It was named after Adélie Land. Only one fragment of about 1 kilogram was found (woopsie pardon my French 2.2lb). It was classified as L5 ordinary chondrite (like Marc Lewis).
Ps: the only thing that I know is that I know nothing (Socrate).