Stupid ps4! Geez, technology these days! Back in the old days, in the 1960’s, there was no such thing as “ps4″or “Xbox”! We had to play video games with Nintendo Gameboys, with classics like pacman and frogger! Now my son wants me to install a ps4 for him, whatever that is! I bought one from the shops the other day, and guess how much it was? 350 dollars! Apparently on the box it says it’s easy to install, and all you need to do is to connect it to the internet, but I can’t even understand the instructions! Technology these days!
This text was about a volcano that is erupting in Hawaii. The Kilauea volcano in Hawaii has destroyed 26 homes, but so far hasn’t killed or injured anybody. The day after there was a 6.9 magnitude earthquake, the strongest earthquake since 1975. Kilauea is one of the most active volcanoes in the world. It has been erupting constantly for 35 years. When they say constantly erupting, does it mean it has been spilling lava out for 35 years, or just been bubbling inside? Will they be able to go back to their homes afterwards, or will the gas stop them? It would be kinda cool and exciting but scary to be in Hawaii while the volcano is erupting but also bad because your home gets destroyed but at least you can say you survived a volcano.
Skrinkle: A mythical creature that can fly, but only up to 10 metres in the air. It has no wings but uses its amazing power of mind to lift itself and other things into the air. It is light purple with yellow eyes, and it looks like a cat with an eagle’s head and a scorpion’s tail. It is about half a metre long. It has claws and a beak and it also has fur. If you look at it straight in the eye, it will turn invisible for 3 seconds. It eats mice and cornflakes. Its predators are Lions and Fearlangers, which are monsters that you can only see in your peripheral vision.
This video was about two kids who live in the outback. Right now, almost 90 per cent of Queensland is officially in drought. It is the most widespread drought recorded in the state. Drought is when there’s hardly any rain for sometimes years at a time. That means it can be hard to grow crops, or even grass to feed animals. Angus is suffering from drought in Hughenden, in Queensland, where it can get up to 48 degrees. How long has the drought been going for? How do they get to school and stuff; by car, bus, train or something else? It is quite hard living in the outback, but pretty fun too.
I was playing Fortnite when my friend Pete called me. “Quick! Come over right now!” He said. “I can’t” I replied. “There’s only five more people left in my game. I’ll come over afterwards.” “Ok” He said, and then he hung up. Later, after winning my game of Fortnite, I rode over to his house and asked him what was up. We shared some brownies and then he told me to follow him. We went outside to his backyard. There was a little purple asteroid of some sort in the ground. “It cam from the sky” he said. “When did it arrive?” I said.
This video was about two earthquakes that occurred in the ring of fire. Two earthquakes happened on the school holidays in Samoan and Sumatra. Some of the largest earthquakes we’ve seen have happened in the ring of fire, an trail of land. The thin, cool layer that floats on top of the earth is called the crust. It is made up of tectonic plates, which quite a few meet up along the ring of fire. Underneath the crust is molten hot lava. Is there another type of plate? What are tectonic plates made of? Earthquakes can really actually happen anywhere, not just in specific places.