Friday, 26 June 2015

Tinkering review

Today on Friday me and my group the Barbie boys drilled and put our bench together. We started off with only 4 little wooden legs, and a long wooden board. They both had to be drilled in with bolts and nails.

After the the wood were stuck together it had to be smoothed with sand paper. When that was done we would of painted it and maybe put some graffiti on it.  Then when all that was done we would be finished on our products.

Wednesday, 24 June 2015

The Great Ocean Clean Up

This is my presentation about the Great Ocean Clean up. Trying to clean all the plastic in the oceans.

Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Accidental Plastics

This is a presentation about Plastics and how they were accidentally found.

Monday, 15 June 2015

Wednesday, 3 June 2015

Historic Mansion for only $1 Dollar

A historic mansion sold for only just 1$, the owner Samuel Ouerbacker built the mansion in Louisville Kentucky, in the 1860s. He named the mansion after himself (Ouerbacker-Clement House). After Samuel passed away the mansion was purchased by a tax company. But they never intended to use it, so they set up an auction. It was Bought by and architect, despite his plan to restore the mansion to it original form, he just left it in ruins.

The hope of the mansion was that someone would buy it and restore it to its original self. The building is ancient but falling apart. The odd thing is that the nearby residents swore it was haunted. Judging by its appearance, it did look a bit creepy.
A company called Oracle design recently purchased it for $1 dollar, Oracle and some properties planned to restore the building and divide it into apartments.

Oracle may still be dividing the mansion into different apartments.

My Anzac Poem

In the war soldiers hide and crawl in the grass
It might be the only thing that they see last
with no hope they may not survive                                                              
they are very afraid to die
soldiers would still have there pride

back at home they will still be in our hearts...

Thank you