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Mission 8: Indigenous Knowledge - Imagine

In the year of 2094, I will be a hundred years old, the oldest elder in my country. There will be nothing left but sea, trees and stones. Because people have already run of out all the resources on earth, I mean like oil, pure water, electricity…… and so on. And, of course, car won’t work without oil, all the electronic devices won’t work without electricity. People’s life goes back to the Stone Age. They don’t even know how to make food without stoves. As a wise elder, I hope my people can equipped with the skill of cooking at least. Because that can prevent them dying from starvation.

Long time ago, when there was nothing modern in our country, the aboriginals eat their food without cooking them. One day, a young man discover that food taste much more better after putting them near the fire. But it’s really inconvenient to sit beside the fire and wait for your food wh*** day. Instead of sitting near the fire, they put their food on a stone first, and then set a fire below the stone. Stones are fragile sometimes, so they have to find those who can sustain in a high temperatures. Stones differ from the grains on them. I want to pass on the power of recognize the grains on the stones so that my people will be able to eat at least.

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Comment by Ternura Rojas on May 8, 2010 at 4:24pm
Lovely work. I share your view guys. Probably it would be for the best if we went back to stone age; only in such a case we would have a second chance to make things right in a second time round.
I know by experience that the knowledge about cooking stones is CRUCIAL, when weak stones brake due to the heat, they become highly dangeorus projectiles; depending on the size, they could kill the people attending to the BBQ :-)


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