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At the beginning of this activity, you were asked a really huge question.
You deserve a lot of praise for all the work you've done. And so does your brain. You've sure put that gray stuff to the test.

You've looked through one "Window on the World" because when you want to understand something really huge, it's good to look at it in some smaller parts. So that you do get the Big Picture we asked you to share your great ideas and insights with your group and then come up with one Grand Theory to explain how the world works. We hope that getting your head around such a big question prepares you to understand lots of what you'll be studying as you continue in school. All the best!
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