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M2: E-Ticket Quiz

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 Question 1

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Why should we mimic nature?

  •   we have messed up the world so much we need to try something new.
  •   life has proven to be our best teacher.
  •   because biomimicry says so.
  •   nature has been around and survived successfully for 3.8 billion years.

Question 2

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What does it mean to become a biomimic?

  •   it means using an approach to innovation that seeks sustainable solutions to human challenges.
  •   It means to act like nature.
  •   it means to adapt to the earth better than we have thus far.
  •   it means to produce goods that are more natural.

Question 3

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Why follow nature's model?

  •   because nature has all the resources we need to be sustainable.
  •   because nature is a perfect model for new innovations since nature's models are sustainable and efficient 
  •   because nature is all we have.
  •   because mother nature knows best.

 

 

Question 4

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Biomimicry ushers in an era based on what?

  •   extracting what we can learn from nature becoming more efficient and being able to sustain our resources similarly to the environment.
  •   extracting what we can from nature while it lasts.
  •  learning from nature to prolong human existence on earth.
  •   depleting all our natural resources.

 Question 5

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What does biomimicry imply?

  •   that we are the supreme species.
  •   that we need to be actively seeking nature's advice and develop more conscious forethought.
  •   we need new alternatives and need to find a new place to live.
  •   that humans cannot solve their own problems.

 Question 6

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What are the three levels of biomimicry?

  •   natural selection, natural living and natural survival.
  •   natural process, natural form and natural ecosystems.
  •   natural thinking, natural doing and natural surviving.
  •   natural form, natural function and natural selection.

 Question 7

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What is bio-utilization?

  •   utilization of genetically modified organisms.
  •   harvesting a natural product or producer.
  •   producing new products based on cloning. 
  •   using nature to increase our production.

 Question 8

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What will finally naturalize biomimicry in our culture?

  •   creating and using innovations based on biomimicry and finding out that they work well.
  •   once we use up all our resources we will have to seek alternatives.
  •   educating the public about what biomimicry is.
  •   finding funding to support biomimic innovations and research.

 Question 9

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How does biomimicry fit into other design paradigms?

  •   due to our desperation to find answers it is a possible solution.
  •   because our carbon footprint is jeopardizing life on earth.
  •   because it is the new science.
  •   because of its broad range of possibilities and that biomimicry contributes both practically and philosophically.

 Question 10

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What is biomimicry?

  •   the science of mimicking life on earth.
  •   a new coined word to mean sustainability.
  •   the science of becoming aware of our natural world.
  •   it is innovation inspired by nature.

 Question 11

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Based on the 14 Smart Inventions Inspired by Nature, what is the driving question?

  •   How did nature make this?
  •   What can I steal from nature?
  •   How did nature come up with this solution?
  •   How would nature solve this?

 



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Why should we mimic nature?

  •   we have messed up the world so much we need to try something new.
  •   life has proven to be our best teacher.
  •   because biomimicry says so.
  •   nature has been around and survived successfully for 3.8 billion years.
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