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Utopia Z: Recreation
Utopia Z: Recreation
Besides being able to live comfortable and easily, the people also have a lot of recreation to do, with in Utopia Z. All of the recreation, is located in the recreation dome, which is located between the Construction Plant, and the Hospital Dome.
The Recreation Dome is filled with different activities, such as artificial ski-mountains, a swimming pool, and amusement park, an ice arena, a playground, a football field/track, a bungee jumping station, and a large field for miscellaneous activities.
One of the biggest attractions in this dome, is the artificial ski-mountains. These mountains are constructed with sturdy steel frames, and with artificial snow. This mountain is equipped with chairlifts, and three different ski-runs designed for different skill levels.
The dome also has an extra large swimming pool, equipped with many slides. This pool is designed to fit in as many as 1,000 people. The swimming pool can also simulate tidal waves. And aside of that, it has a whirlpool, and a steam room.
For the kids’ amusement, we have put in a mini-amusement park, which contains a couple of rollercoaster rides, a Ferris wheel, and many other rides, designed for children and adults of all ages. Along with that, the amusement park, also has many carnival games.
Beside all of that, we have the football field, which also includes a track for running. The football field includes a computerized refereeing system, which will run the game, and also keep track of the score.
Another big addition to the Recreation Dome is the built-in Ice Arena. This Ice Arena also has a computerized refereeing system. But besides that, the Ice Arena is pretty close to the modern ones we have today, along with a couple of little improvements.
The dome also has another little addition, the playground, which is specially designed for the younger kids. This large playground is pretty close to the ones we have today. This playground maintains and cleans itself, which makes the playground sanitary for the kids.
One of the biggest, and most unusual attractions to the dome, is the 400 feet bungee jump site, designed for the older more-daring people. This site is restricted to citizens 19 or younger, so this is only intended for adults. This site is equipped with a vacuum capsule, which transports the users to the top of the tower.
Along with all those activities, we have also included a gigantic playing field for whatever activities the citizens can think of. Whether it is Baseball, Frisbee, walking their pets, whatever, this field will serve their needs.
Although the dome has many attractions already, it still has extra space for future additions.
Utopia Z: Agriculture
Since Utopia Z, is a fully self-maintained unit, it is able to supply and grow it’s own food. This is all done in the Agriculture Dome, which is located at the center, shown on the diagram.
This dome is especially bigger than all the other domes. Actually, it is precisely 10 times larger than it’s surrounding domes. A giant growth light is also installed into the dome to provide the crops and animals with artificial sunlight. This light actually provides a better, more concentrated light than the sun can provide on Earth.
The dome is separated into 3 sections, designed to supply Utopia Z with vegetables and livestock of all kinds.
Two of the sections are used to grow plants and vegetables. They are purposely separated into sections, in case, one of them are malfunctioning. These two sections are equipped with strong durable beams that encircles the area. These beams supply water to all the plants and crops evenly. Besides the watering system, the ground of the dome is also equipped with a fertilizing system. This system, evenly and regularly, inserts fertilizing material to the soil, keeping it full of nutrition for the plants.
The third dome is provided for the livestock of Utopia Z. This section contains a very complex shelter for the animals, and a large grazing field for the animals. The shelter provided for the animals, is a very complex system designed to take care of the livestock without the aid a human being. This shelter supplies the animals regularly with clean food and water.
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