Finn tansportation

Finn tansportation

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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.
  • NO WAY!
  • 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.
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  • ~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.
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  • 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.
  • 1817 Germany
  • 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.
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  • 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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