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Future Cities Meeting 1 at KMS

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  • 1. Future Cities Meeting 1 Setting up our city
  • 2. Beginning our City There are several questions we must answer about our city before we can start the specifics of the project. These questions include where our city will be, when our city will be, and what our energy source will be.
  • 3. Where will our city be? This is one of the most important questions to answer. Where our city is directly affects several other choices we must make. Since this year’s topic is runoff we must choose a place that gets a decent amount of rain.
  • 4. When will our city be? This question may sound strange but it is very valid. The rules of the competition require or city to be at least 150 years in the future. We need to decide how far we want our city to be.
  • 5. What makes up a city? When you think of a city what comes to mind? What makes a city a city? We need to know what a city needs and how we want to represent them. With this question we must understand key aspects of what is required for a city to exist.
  • 6. Futuristic Technology We must remember that we have to expand upon what technology we have now. We must predict how this technology will change and how we can apply it to our city.

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