This was about natural disasters such as bush fires, cyclones or floods ,With some cameras, some special effects, and a team of experts they put two families to the test. One family did a bush fire as a natural disaster and the other family did a cyclone. They’re wearing glasses to make things dark just like the smoke would in real life and in earphones they can hear the roar of the fire. Then there’s an alarm from inside. With their kitchen on fire the family head into the bathroom, again, not a great idea. In here they’re trapped with no way of knowing what’s going on in other parts of the house. The other family, now joined by Paul’s two daughters, have also bunkered down as the fake storm rages. Then water floods in. I learnt not to capture your self in a little part of your house because you do not know is happening in the other parts of your house. Why were hose family’s put to the test? Why did they go in the little areas of there house instead of evacuating? Why did they do those natural disasters?
My sister and I were going to State cross country for under 11’s. We arrived at the destination and we went and waited until we were called for under 11’s. The girls went first and I watched my sister and she was doing well. The girls were about to finish and my sister needed to get in the top five and she came 5th. She was upset ,However She couldn’t believe what she had done. She was so proud she even made it to state. My race had started and I was coming first for the whole race and I came first so I went on to the next stage.
this was about The water restrictions and the drought in cape town South Africa. Authorities predict taps could be turned off by June 4, and they’re calling that Day Zero. Just the sight of rain is enough to get people here in Cape Town really excited. People in cape town only get 50 litres of water a day which isn’t much. If Day Zero does arrive many will have to go to collection points guarded by security forces ad will only be aloud 25 litres of water. 50 litres doesn’t actually get you much things done. For example dishes and laundry, 18 litres a day, a 90 second shower 15 litres, 1 toilet flush 9 litres, Washing your hands 3 litres, Cooking 2 litres, Drinking water 2 litres and 1 dog bowl 1 litre. That is your 50 litres of water for the day. If it comes down to 25 litres of water per day it will be a lot harder to live because fifty litres isn’t much and can’t get you that far than 25 litres is way worse. How does the sky stop raining? Do droughts have to occur when it is hot?
I went to Africa to go on a wildlife tour to see the huge scenery. I saw this really cool pink flower that had these really cool sprinkles on it. I wondered what it was because I had never seen a flower that looked like that. I went onto my phone and searched up the flower. I found the flower on the internet and it was called a Daffodil which is a African flower. I came back to Melbourne and I went for a walk in the forest. I was walking and I saw the same flower as I did in Africa
This was about a flood in Pakistan that got rid of villages and left residents of Pakistan stranded in water. People helped out providing food and medical things and also helping the people that were stranded. Many families died or were severely injured. The people that were injured were transported out of the country to be treated. The flood was so bad it was worse than Asian Tsunami which was pretty bad. Around twenty Million people in the past year have been injured or killed by floods. The priority is to save lives then rescue those who are trapped or stranded. It can take a while to repair buildings, city’s or towns. The flood can take a while to go or sometimes it gets worse and worse. The good thing is that they send out help and emergency services to help the people in danger. Why don’t people know if a flood is going to hit there area? How does water demolish buildings and towns?
I went for a walk in the forest with my family but I saw something cool it was a green spiky ball that was hanging off a tree. I went and grabbed one off the tree and cut it open because I was wondering what was under the spikes. I got inside it and I was pitch black but out of nowhere about 100 little eyes glowed. I dropped it and ran we came back 30 minutes later and the things were bigger than anything that I have ever seen moving before. I ran for my life, but I ended up getting caught.
This was about massive cracks appearing in a valley called Kenya leading some scientists to suggest it could be the start of Africa splitting in to two different places of the world. Scientists say that in about 50 million years it could be split into two different parts of the world. I learnt that at any time any part of the world can split into two different continents but it will take a couple of years to do. It can happen if there is really heavy rainfall , but that could mean that you could get flooded. If this happens the Somali tectonic plate and the Nubian tectonic plate will separate at a rate of 2.5 centimetres. The rip in the ground is several kilometres long and is 15 metres wide. The rip in the ground is in the town of Mai Mahiu and has teared some buildings and closed off highways. It created a gully that sucked in cars and some farmers land leaving them disappointed. The bad thing is that if you friend lives on the other side of the crack then you would have to travel further. And in the future if your family or friends live on the other side of Africa then it would take a lot longer to get to them and you might have to catch an aeroplane but it could take a while to make a airport. If there is no airport than you won’t be able to see for family for a while. How does rain put a big whole in the ground making a country to spit in half? Is there any way it could be fixed or can it be fixed naturally? How big while they separate if they do separate? If Africa splits then what would be under the split where the earth was?
I was learning a new game in sport but I was not listening so I didn’t hear the instructions. We were playing the game and it looked like footy so I tackled the people with the ball and I had to sit out for the rest of the game. But I didn’t understand the instructions I told my sport teacher. I though that was unfair because I didn’t understand the instructions. I thought to myself it is my fault that I am sitting out because I didn’t listen to the sports teacher.
over $90000000 have been scammed from Australian citizens in 2017. Some scams target kids so they can convince there parents into buying or paying for something. Scans can come from your friends even if they are your friends. Never give your password to anyone because if you do in a couple of years they could hack into your computer or your other devices. If something pops up on your screen it could be real or it could be a scam so ask an adult to help you with it. If it is something that looks fake then get rid of it and don’t respond. If you get a friend request from someone that has the same name as your friend even if you think its your friend don’t accept it until you ask them if it is them.
This was about the Hawaiian volcano that erupted making the whole town flee there homes. Some people have to leave the country. There has been another volcano in Hawaii that is constantly erupting. This was also about a earthquake that nearly caused a tsunami. The residents in Hawaii are stranded with no food no homes and all they can do is run. There is also a earthquake which means they can’t fly out of the country. Luckily it didn’t case a tsunami. It is hard to run because of the ground shaking but they have to because there is lava coming there way. If they get hit by the lava they will die. But if they are far from safety it will be hard to survive without water or food when you are running that far. How are natural disasters made and why are they so bad? Why don’t they have special cars or something to help them get to safety?