Cus Tu
      NISH Space Station




Cus Tu:

A main sequence K-G star that is a bit smaller than our Sun


A hot planet that orbits very close to Cus Tu (Umintemp is the planet in the foreground)

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A habitable planet.

And the orbiting NISH Space Station


A small gas giant


A gas giant

And its moon Urov

2nd star system


A small G star.

E Ra Man

A giant gas giant.


A hot planet.


Originally a moon, its orbital parent was destroyed due to certain literally hot spots on it. This is a habitable planet.

Third star system


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(In the background)


A habitable planet where a moon crash into it a long time ago

Asteroid belt

Formed from ruined planets


Asteroid belt

Formed from ruined planets

Offground (a new sport)


The game is played with a balloon.

The field is 40 yards long and looks like this.

Two teams with up to 14 out of 30 players each play the gameimage


Going outside your team’s area

Intentionally hitting the balloon against the ground

Carrying the balloon

Trying to pop the balloon

Intentionally throwing the balloon to the other team



When the balloon touches the ground, the team that dropped the balloon scores a point.

When 40 points scored, or otherwise at the 8 foul mark, the game ends.

The final scoring is this way: -10 points for each pass of 4 yards or more,

+2 points for each foul, and the team with the least points wins.


Passing the balloon.

You pass the balloon to another player by doing the non-foul carry (bouncing the balloon between your hands) while running towards the other player, then throwing the balloon towards the player. 


If the balloon goes over the edge of the field, that is a home run. (-4 points)


New non foul carry

Spinning the balloon by the knot at the bottom.


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I like how Grandpa lives with them now. I was OK with the crazy farmer, but what I liked most of all was the camping and the continuation from the last book.
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The Tale of Robin Maginn 4

Chapter One
The Big Swear Word Fight

“Why can’t I say the f-word?” James Maginn said? “I’m waiting for an answ- “FOR THE 100000000TH TIME, YOU’RE TOO YOUNG.” his dad, Robin Maginn, said.  “B-b-but I am fourteen, Robin.” James replied. “You’re acting like a five year old!!!” Robin spat. Jonn, or John, entered the family room with Mary. Mary was James and Jonn’s mother. “Clear up about the f-word,  James.” she said. Before anyone  noticed it, Robin got a huge pile of talking dolls. He took one from the pile. “#@$&!” Mary took it away. Robin grabbed another one from the pile. Then she took  all of the talking dolls.  Then she heard a call from James, John, and 30 other kids. “We’re playing chess. ” Robin expected to see 16 groups of 2 playing chess, but instead, he saw all 32 people on a giant chessboard. Then James walked off the board, to one side. Jordan, playing as a pawn, took his place. “What are they doing calling themselves pawns and knights?” Robin asked Mary. “It’s called human chess. Where humans move like chess pieces on a giant board.” replied Mary.

on Monday I went to school. I did chores, and then I played. Nothing really happened on Tuesday, so on Wednesday, a similar thing happened to on Monday, except i went to World History instead of Spanish. on Tuesday we had an argument about niceness. so Now I say…


Formation of the Solar System:

See that asteroid? We exist because the gravity of that one next to it nudged it a bit to the right.


Asteroids collected up in a big ball called Tellus.

Tierra, an object the size of Mars, was on a collision course with Tellus. The impact destroyed both planets and the debris formed the Earth and the Moon. Seas and oceans formed on the Earth.

We are jumping ahead to 65 million years ago. Remember that asteroid? When it got nudged an inch to the left? Here it comes.




By Robin

Idea by Neil deGrasse Tyson from Cosmos.



Chicken (no side) (#1)

Fried or BBQ chicken ( breading, optional)


Broccoli and French fries (chicken, optional)

Cooked Broccoli

French sliced fried potatoes (short. french fries)


Pork and Potatoes

Pork (10 pc. sliced)

Potatoes (4 pc. sliced


Potato Salad and Steak

Potato Salad (Gma’s recipe.)

Steak (no comment)


Chicken and French Fries

Same as #1 but with french fries


Broccoli and Chicken (#6)

Same as #1 but with broccoli

Firstly, the class school.

Classes in school:

-I have Geography class. I think I really like it. (+25)

-I have Spanish class. I don’t think I like it very much. (-8)

World History
-I have World History class. Meh, it’s ok. (+5)

Grand Total: 73% (I like it)

Home school:

I have 6 or 7 things to do every day.

Except on Tuesdays and Thursdays, in which I have 2 or 3 things to do.



I watched a MythBusters episode about the Seven Fold Myth. “Can a piece of paper be folded more than seven times?”

Even though they say “don’t try this at home”, I’d like to try it anyway. I’m gonna use a paper towel. A paper towel is actually two pieces of paper. In the TV show, the Seven Fold myth was busted. (That means it was just a myth) I tried it, and I sort of got 8 folds. How I did it was I tore the top piece of paper off a paper towel.

MythBusters: Instead of using a paper towel, they used a GIANT piece of paper. They managed to fold it not just 8, but 9 (I think) times.

They always say “Don’t try this at home! We are what you call ‘experts’.” But I wanted to try something anyways.