1. Congress (has taken the name “The People's Assembly”). This assembly consists of one year elected politicians based on population (one seat for every one million residents) in the right side (546 seats). On the left side of the building, each province gets a set of twenty-five three year seats to balance out the power (100 total seats). There is no limit on how many times one can serve in the Assembly. The assembly has the ability to impeach Freedom Judges and approves the Free Court judge nominations. The assembly also controls the government's budget, can impeach the president, and can override the president's vetoes with a ⅔
1. The reasons why some buildings are in the floodplains is because of agricultural industry. Another reason is population growth and expansion into those areas where people felt safe because of improvements of levees. Even though people were told about the dangers most people relied on disaster insurance instead of flood insurance. There should be laws that prohibit further development of these areas because it is costing the taxpayers lots of money for people that want to live in these areas that know the risks. If there were laws in place they could use some of the land as soccer fields and football fields as overflow ponds if they do want to build in a floodplain they need to raise the ground up by hauling in soils that will let the water pass through into those overfill ponds.
Chapter Four mainly revolves around three major ideas and/or themes. These are the ideas of industrialization, empires, and war; more specifically World Wars 1 and 2. It starts by explaining the start of the Industrial Revolution in Great Britain in the mid 1800s and how it originated and the events surrounding it. Many of the key ideas in this chapter will aid me in also discussing the economic history of Sweden.
For my theme, I chose the word change because I feel that throughout this chapter, each civilization has gone through changes as time went on. Western Asia went through changes when it was split into Babylonia and Assyria. The two zones became different and accomplished things on their own after. But in the Mediterranean, after many people settles and migrated from many place of the world, the Mediterranean became more successful because of its goods and success in trading. Also in Israel, when the Bible became more popular and there were more followers of Yahweh, many customs were changed. For example, monotheism was one of the changes the Israelites went through, because before, polytheism, the worship of more than one god, was more popular and well-known.
Due to Melbourne’s climate is one of a temperate oceanic climate. During the summers between the months of December and February, temperatures may rise to 40oC, but are averagely ranging between 20oC to 26oC. The coldest temperatures occur during the winter months of June and August which often lie within a range of 10oC to 15oC
1. Four problem passages in Chapter 14 are firstly the "Two Accounts of Creation" which people believe there are contradictions in creation in regards to vegetation. Issue being that it states in Chapter 1 of Genesis that vegetation was created on the third day but in Genesis 2 it states that vegetation did not appear until the creation of Adam. The solution to this is that Chapter 2 is supporting Chapter 1 in giving more detail to vegetation in regards to the types and that their actual physical growth that can be seen was not until Adam was created but that plantation occurred as it states in Chapter 1 of Genesis. Thus man was created first and then vegetation followed. Second, "Cains Wife", the issue presents if Cain and Abel murdered one
1A.1.) A nation is a unified group of people with a common culture. An example of a nation without a state is the Kurds.This is because the Kurds do not have a state of their own since the Kurdish land includes parts of Iraq, Syria and Armenia and the Kurdish people are often the majority in cities in this region.
Day 38: Some features that have made it difficult to get through the crust and mantle are that the crust is semi solid and the mantle is solid. This is difficult because we are not able to easily get through it. Now as I'm thinking about it I should have attached a bigger drill to the shop. This isn't as easy I
1. The factors that are listed in 1.2 are world population growth, ecological disturbances, technological advancements, microbial evolution and adaptation, and human behavior and attitudes. World population growth can impact the spread because if we are looking at just one area of people that is extremely crowded and one of them has a disease; by person to person contact it can spread more easily compared to an area of people that is less compacted with people. Ecological disturbances such as climate changes, and natural disasters, can increase spreading of Zika because climate has a lot to do with where the mosquitos, and they also need places to live. If we had a natural disaster such as a flood, that is a lot of water and that’s what mosquitos