Today, I saw the movie "11th hour". It is a documentary about environmental issues, how the nature works, and what we humans do to it. It tells about global warming, and the fact that we humans are destroying our planet, without giving it a second thought. We are poisoning the seas and the air, and we are way too many people. Before the industrial revolution the only energy we used was the current sun light. This limited how much food we could produce, and we were never more than a billion people. Now we use ancient sunlight, oil and coal, we have much more energy to use. What will happen when we run out of these resources? I actually learnt a bit from the film. I did not know that deforestation is such a huge problem, and I did not know that the global warming has such consequences.
During the film, I tried
taking notes. It was pretty difficult, because the film was about such a
complicated and important subject. I tried writing by hand, on my computer, and
on a shared Google document with many others.
I like wiring on my
computer, using One Note. One of the reasons why is that I can edit my
notes both during and after i'm done. It is easier to understand what I have
written, because when I write quickly by hand, it often looks terrible.
However, with a computer, I will always understand what I have written! Many
computers also have some sort of auto correction system, so that if a
make small typing mistakes the computer will fix them for me.
I also like writing by
hand. I do not know why, but I feel like I learn much more by doing it that
way. It may be just out of habit, because we always wrote like that on school
before, and I am simply used to doing it that way. The problem with this way of
taking notes is that I either spend too much time trying to write nicely, or I
write quickly and end up not being able to understand my own notes a
few minutes later.
I did not like writing on a
shared document. We were too many writing at the same time, and all the notes
ended up being deleted. It didn't really work, because there is always someone
who doesn’t work.