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Somewhere in the Future
So what do you say, will you help me?(say yes)Thank you sir.
You don't know me probably because I'm from the future.
I have lost my 5 rings somewhere along the history of transportation.
Today I need your help on this journey.
~8,000 B.C. Australia
I know that we can use this hollowed out tree to make a flotation device that I will call a log boat.
1 down 4 to go.But while we're here this was the first ever form of transportation.
~2,000 B.C. Egypt
And we can carry more suplies.
That's 2 rings only 3 more to go.The boats were a big part of transportation.What's next?
If the Australians could use these tiny boats, we can use these huge boats.
We should transport the wheels that we use for potter's wheels and put them on this transportation device I will call a Chariot.
~320 B.C. Roman Empire
Oh look that's the first ever chariot this was a great transportation method for the places boats couldn't go.
There the ring is. and that's the third one.Oh, sweet! I guess we are learning about wheels now.
1801 United Kingdom
Gotcha that's 4 rings one to go.Also this locomotive went on to become a modern day train.
I announce this vehicle called the locomotive.It runs on a steam engine and is the fastest transportation on Earth. It is much faster than chariots.
The Egyptians used the ideas from the Australian log boats from 8,000 B.C. They improved the boats and made them bigger so they could carry more supplies.
I appreciate your help on this journey and I can't thank you enough for your time.
And that's the last one.
The Romans realized the conflict that they could not transport everything over water, and the wheel was their solution.
The bike was better for more people because it didn't need an engine or tracks to run on.
Until the next time we meet.
This bike is easier to ride for younger kids and everyone can have one, unlike the locomotive.
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