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Transcript: Make my own country Every house must have an underground hideaway and an emergency sandstorm kit for the sandstorms that occur on mars every 5 earth years (3 mars years). Welcome to Librago, a wonderful place to live :) - No gun/weapons - No drugs unless used for medicinal purposes - Immigrants are allowed - No abortion - Murder will be punished with 5 years of jail and then hanged. - $500(added to the original price) fine on any form of shop-lifting -Same-sex marriage is legal -Mandatory for all children to go to school -Someone with severe criminal record is not allowed to immigrate Political 1 Crent = 2 Canadian Dollars By: Yenna and Hamna Welcome to Librago International Relationships - Since we live in the space, we are going to explore the space on behalf of other countries. Motto - Seek beyond the stars Culture - Multicultural Jobs - Scientists, Engineers, Free health care Language - English Symbol - Space ship & Star Librago being in space, can explore many planets faster than any Space Stations launched from Earth. Earth and Librago can work together and discover new properties in the Solar System. Scientists came up with a brilliant idea of getting electricity from CO2 (Carbon dioxide) by using a membrane. Membrane separates negative and positive, so all the electrons move from one side to another. And that is current. So if we use this idea we can make electricity with something humans produce everyday when breathing. An alternate plan could be to just using solar panels. For the protection when the sand storm comes, we would install the Hab Module underground. The Hab Module can also be placed above ground and act kind of like a convertable car, covering up your house during a sandstorm on Mars. We would probably use titanium since it's light but is the strongest metal. Access to electricity Access to food Librago's relations with Earth. Laws According to the scientists, there is tons of fresh water at Mars in the place called "Polar Caps". The northern ice cap alone is 621 miles across. There’s also dust-covered glaciers that wrap around the planet. It’s a huge amount of ice that provides water, although probably not renewable. There is also an alternative plan, which is using a machine called the Omniprocessor that turns human waste to water. It runs in such high heat that there isn't any disgusting smell. For oxygen, since trees naturally produce oxygen with sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide, we could make a green house/garden where trees are planted. 1 acre of trees can produce oxygen enough for 18 people in one year. And Mars has 144.8 million km² of area. That is 35.8 trillion acres. We only need 111,111.1 acres a year to produce amount of oxygen enough 2 billion people. Currency Access to Oxygen Flowe Demaradith Matees Arusic The four provinces of Librago Have you ever thought about living on mars? How would it feel to see the sparkling stars along with all the gorgeous planets around you? Well now you can! Become a citizen of Librago, the first ever country to be in space! We follow the British Political System with some changes (still in progress). 1. We have two Prime Ministers In NASA, they found out that martian soil actually have enough nutrition for a plant to grow. Fertilizer would have to get added though. This can also solve the food problem too. We can grow vegetables from there and eat. NASA’s project, Veg-01, is about growing vegetables from its rooting ‘pillows’. They used LED lights to help the growth of the plant. As you can see in the picture, Mars soil has enough nutrients to grow plants Access to water This is the Hab Module. It was intended to be the main living quarters of ISS but it was rejected. However, it seems like a good idea only if you shrink it down a bit. Other Stuff

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Transcript: Breakfast-Dinner-Supper Drinks Preservation Meals normally consisted of a roast, then a salad, and lastly fish. Soup was very expensive, so normally kings and queens had it. This is a kitchen in Italy during the Renaissance Meals for the lower social classes usually consisted of dark bread such as rye or barley, and cheese or curds. Sometimes servants at wealthy households ate better than lower class people. Each meal for the middle class generally consisted of several different dishes. For dessert, the middle class dined on sweets and confections with spiced wine. Salting was a method to preserve food, but it made the food very salty and needed expensive spices to disguise the bad flavor There were two methods of food preservation using salt as a preservative Dry-salting where the meat or fish was buried in salt and brine-curing where meat was soaked in salt water. Vegetables, such as carrots, caraway and parsnips were popular. Asparagus was expensive, Salad greens, such as lettuce and watercress were also very popular foods. Breakfast - Food and drinks normally served between 6 -7 am Dinner - Food and drinks normally served at mid-morning, between 12 - 2 pm Supper - Was a big meal and food plus drinks were generally served between 6 -7 pm Honey was used to make a sweet alcoholic drink called mead which was drunk by all classes Wine wasn't just made with grapes, there were other fruits. These other fruits were cherries, currants, raspberries, and pomegranates that made wines. Food during the Renaissance "Daily Life in the Renaissance Era." Eras of Elegance. Eras of Elegance, Inc, 2007. Web. 13 May 2012. <>. Citations "Renaissance Food." Renaissance Food. 2010. Web. 13 May 2012. <>. "Middle Ages Daily Meals." Middle Ages Daily Meals. 2009. Web. 13 May 2012. <>. Main Ideas

Anthropology Make My Own Civilization

Transcript: Lama Pacos Claire Zurowick May 2, 2023 3rd Hour Anthropology Natural Resources Nature It is placed in a valley between a mountian and a volcano. -This creates a fertile landscape from mountain water and filtered volcanic rock water, similar to like in Hawaii A little beyond the valley there is also a beach -This allows for trading between nearby areas What We Grow Pineapple, papaya, guava Farming Fruits Carbs Corn, casava, potatoes (sweet and regular), and quinoa Nuts Cocoa and cashews Vegetables Green beans, lima beans, and tomatoes Livestock Farm Animals Dogs Guinea Pigs (not for eating) llamas Alpacas Turkeys Ducks Caste System Social Structure King Priest Merchants Craftsmen Farmers Slaves How It Works The King holds the most power and then it goes down the chain like most caste systems How It works However, the system is technically supported from the bottom up because the most populated caste would be the slaves and they do the most work Polythestic Society Polytheism is a belief system in which people belive in multiple gods and goddesses Religion In this religion they believe in a total of 8 gods/goddesses They have one leader goddess who controls the other 7 gods and goddesses Explanation Each god represents a different thing that is important in their society However, the main goddess controls all of these things and more harvest water weather birth death animals craft This is a rendition of their main goddess Explanation Powers Rituals Rituals Human sacrifice was very common practice It was only taken place though when their was drought, famine, or plague Otherwise, they usually sacrificed corn or llamas because those were favored forms of food After a human or creature was sacrificed they were not eaten they were left out for the gods to eat overtime (decomposition) usually after decomposing they were ceremonially buried underneath a temple Temples The temples were located on the outsides of towns as seen as a form of protection by the gods - kinda like a super force field from the heavens Temples Temples were pyramid shaped and sacrifces were hosted on top of them They were run by groups of priests and priest must take a vow of celebacy Job Options Jobs farmer potter priest metal smith merchants traders doctors Farmers This was one of the most common jobs and was mostly done by peasants Farmer Farmers mostly grew corn and potatoes, but some specialized in fruits such as pineapple It was also common for farmers to also own livestock such as alpaca or llamas for meat and wool production Potter Being a potter was a very important job because its craft was used to create tools for everyday life Potter Potters created pottery for carrying water, storing food, holding objects, even making toys for children out of clay Because being a potter was such a specialized job it also paid fairly well and they were considered "middle class" The pottery is made from local clay found near the beach Government This government is a monarchy and ran by the king Government The king does make the main laws but they are delegated by the priests The priest are also usually the ones who punish those who break the law If laws are broken it is usually seen as "an eye for an eye"

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