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The City of NewHope

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Nuclear550

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 Well I have to break it to you with some bad news. First things first, refugees are being evacuated from NewHope and NewEden because of the wealth differences. There is a lot of rivarly between low wealth residents and medium to high wealth residents. So the local goverment has decided to move the refugees and the low wealth residents to another part of Long Island. It is possible they will be moved to the bourough of Bronx. Now thats out of the way, our farmers and food supply is going to be dangerously low. The assembly has learned by some allies in the Wyoming area that the Yellowstone Volcano has began erupting lava. That doesn't worry us. The thing the worries us is that if the volcano will explode because it has the world's biggest lava pool in the world. If that exploades, North America, Central America, Europe, and Northern Asia will be covered in ash. The will kill anything living. If you inhale it your lungs will began to burn from the inside out. You will be cooked litteraly. That fears us a lot. Please if you have any ideas on how to nourish food please comment below. Thank You! 

You wanted pictures of NewHope so here you have it ladies and gentlemen:

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As you can see, this is a low wealth area. These areas are becoming more abadoned. 

newhopejul1655127755860.pngDon't you just love the smell of hi-tech industry cooking something up new.

newhopejul1555127755858.pngOur ingenious garbage disposal system. We use plasma to vaporize the garbage instantly and the steam the comes from it turns a turbine to create clean energy. 

newhopejul1255127755856.pngSome small farms. Most of the farms are located in NewEden because of the high fertility. 

newhopejul9551277558422.pngA full picture of the town.

newhopejul8551277558409.pngWe use this solar tower for getting energy from the sun. It uses photovoletic cells to gather energy from the sun. That heat creates steam from the water around it and sends it down an underground pipe to a power plant to move the turbines to create electricity.

newhopejul5551277558393.pngThis is the power plant. These solar capturers weren't built by us. They were found here. Either the way they work so we decided to use it.

 

This is it ladies and gentlemen NewHope. 

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Volcanic ash and soil is very fertile in reality. Crops grow well on it. Maybe use ash from previous eruptions to grow the food.
It could work. I do want to see what you do next and how you act on my advice. Keep going.

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 Yes you are right LILCHRIS5X the only problem is that ash takes hundreds of years to slitify and become fertile. When it is fresh from a volcano it is poisonous and its a killer.

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Photovoltaic cells generate a current, the things that heat up water to steam are just mirrors focusing the light. No steam is involved with photovoltaic cells.

Anyway, aside from that this is a nice start -and it REALLY reminds me of Fallout 3!

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