Educational Series What If Lifestyle

What If You Dined At Auntie Rita’s Jamaican Cuisine Restaurant Each Day?

Okay, I did an experiment of ordering some Jamaican cuisines from a restaurant that is located in downtown Salina. Well, I decided to have my meal delivered,–if there’s no public transportation via taxi is available in my area.

Well, this restaurant isn’t McDonald’s, it isn’t Wendy’s, it isn’t Burger King, and it isn’t Taco Bell.

Although; mainstream restaurants what I’ve mentioned above are common, but we’re going to a different restaurant that is newer and different in Salina, Kansas.

What’s the point? Restaurants come in many forms and sizes. Some restaurants have arcades included, others don’t.

However; this restaurant what I received food via delivery has saved me time cooking my own meals. Typically, I only cook my own meals at home as a way to stretch my dollar.

Within this “What If” scenario; I’ll address what happens if you dine at Auntie Rita’s Jamaican Cuisine restaurant each day, or if you preferred delivery… if you are at home/work and you have no time to reach this restaurant.

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What If Pleistocene Park Has More Animals?

Although; bringing back these animals to these places where they once roam is key to help reduce warming up our planet. Although; bringing back these animals is important because, we need these animals to keep the frozen ground in check. Despite having a successful campaign to add more animals to their park in Russia, this is key for these animals to be introduced, and establish themselves overtime. Well, having at least 2000 deer will be a possible number what I am predicting when plans are successful. However; having bison, horses, and muskoxen are also important. Typically, few animals is a typical start, and it may take years for established numbers to grow. It may also take time for Pleistocene Park to have more animals to emulate pleistocene conditions. Well, we are also from a pleistocene era, and we must reconsider cooling down our planet,and reduce air pollution.

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What If All People Rode A Subway?

Although; people who take underground subway trains often travel places without needing to own a car. In NYC; taking an underground subway is key to help reduce cars off the road. Everyday; people in New York drive cars and vans to go places. However; driving your vehicle is only used for professional uses like taxi services, and other business use like delivering hot goods. Typically, driving your own car as a personal form of transportation is risky than taking an underground subway. If you live without a car, and you rely on trains like a subway to go places; most likely you are helping to help reduce cars off the road.

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What If 30% Of African-Americans In The United States Of America Moved To Japan?

Although; living in the United States Of America is a land of freedom, the way how this country is set for a long period of time, but freedom doesn’t always come to plan! Well, USA is design to change for a long period of time. Yo got to have a right leader, and you need to have correct laws, and you must have a correct structure of law enforcement. Although; for some people; living in the USA doesn’t always mean better! Some people move to Japan to start their new lives as a way to have children, or in some cases, retire after a long employment.

What we are focusing on, is 30% of African-Americans who might have a choice of moving to Japan. Well, its your decision to move to Japan and start a new life, that way; you can avoid police shootings, the same way that happened to most of other African-Americans… like me. If 30% of African-Americans move to Japan today, there’s are some effects that will effect parts of USA, such as: shrinkage of number of citizens, surplus properties, etc.

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What If There’s 55% Of Americans Are Japanese-Americans In USA?

Okay, you woke up this morning, and you are about to work at your usual job.

You grabbed your lunch that is usually your sushi dinner from last night (with udon).

You head out of your apartment.

You reach the 1st floor.

You head out the door to catch the bus.

As you take a bus, you can see more people who are Japanese-Americans.

You greet them.

They greet you back.

You just do your normal routine before you start working at your place of employment.

You arrived at your place of employment.

You can see your old friends who are just working like usual.

You start working, and you discovered your friends are discussing about interacting with Japanese-Americans who are rising by 55%.

You study how people behave, and you discovered these people are still product,–despite old age.

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What If 25% Of Americans Moved To Japan?

Okay, the United States Of America is the country visited by people around the world. And many people who were born in this nation often take this for granted. The land of the free, and a diverse types of people from each part of a world. Typically, the United States has 50 states, and there are vast places to go to.

However; not all people stay inside the United States for a long haul, some people move to different countries, like Japan or United Kingdom. However; we are focusing on Japan, and I am just wondering what happens if 25% of Americans moved to Japan.

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What if Everyone In The United States Switched To A Japanese Cuisine?

Okay, you were familiar with American Cuisines what we eat everyday, and we’ve been taking this cuisine for granted. However; some American cuisines were criticized for having too much fat, or questionable ingredients. Although; cravings of meat, and processed foods are the known issues what we encountered everyday. However; I decided to experiment with consuming Japanese cuisine instead of American Cuisine, and find ways to fully transition to eating more Japanese food, and minimize consuming American cuisine by 90%. Why I’m doing this approach because, I usually try out experiments what I usually perform. I’ve just wondering what if we transitioned to Japanese cuisine in America.

Educational Series Environmental Issues What If

What If We Switched From Coal-Burning Power Plants… To Relying On Renewable Energy For Our Town?

Imagine you were just recycling your metal cans, and old metal pots… and you were just doing your recycling task? You were just listening to the news about the coal industry that was defeated by the wind industry that is so powerful enough to wipe all of the mining jobs out of the USA. You used to rely on a traditional energy service where you rely on traditional power. You are just getting ready to get ready to use a new power service that will be a new norm for our country.