GeoSensibility Quiz Take this non-scientific quiz to learn more about GeoSensibility and to see how much you’ve got. Check all the boxes that apply to you under each category, and then click submit. Travel-related Taking off in a plane is still a thrill, even if you've done it 1000 times. It’s annoying to not have a window seat on a plane, train, or long-distance bus. People who close their window shades when traveling are annoying! (Exceptions may include nighttime over the ocean and when the sun is blazing in). At the airport, you love seeing the other planes, especially when they’re from faraway countries. When you see a plane in the sky, you wonder where it’s going to and from and who’s on it. You crave movement and motion. You always, or often, have somewhere else in mind. When you fly, you wonder who’s down there and what it’s like there. When you fly, it sometimes seems that individual landforms and bodies of water have their own identities, almost as if they’re alive. You get a thrill from guessing locations and landmarks out the plane window. You wish pilots would still announce the routes and your current location. You feel curious about every place on Earth, no matter how disagreeable it might be. You marvel at how people can live in certain places that you might never want to live. You have to know what’s around the bend or corner. Map-related You love to look at all sorts of maps and fantasize about the places on them. You think maps are an essential accompaniment to all sorts of stories and information and find it annoying when there’s not a map. You may be happy to have Google Maps, but you sometimes prefer the old-fashioned paper kind. You’ve spent time “traveling” around in Google Earth. At a museum, you’d gravitate toward an exhibit on maps. If you have a little extra spending money, you might buy a map, even if you don't really need it. Culture-related: You always want to know where someone is located or is from, out of curiosity. You love reading and/or watching shows about other places. You love meeting people from other parts of the world and learning about them and where they’re from. You crave new foods and foods with flavor and spice. You have a global, rather than an insular, outlook. You care about the people where you live but also value strong relations and interactions with the rest of the world. You appreciate having immigrants in your community. Even if you can't speak a foreign language, you understand the value of learning one. When you see a sports game or other event on TV, you always like the city views. Nature/environment-related: You love being outdoors because it makes you feel connected with the natural world. You find it amazing that so many animals and plants evolved to succeed in the earth's diverse environments. You find global warming very upsetting. You love nature shows and films. Technology-related: You think shortwave radio is cool because you’re hearing the result of waves that have bounced around the earth. You love the Internet in part because it allows you to access previously inaccessible parts of the world. You love the Internet in part because it allows you to connect with people around the world.