October 9, 2014
1)The city that I gain immense appreciation for would be the city of Lakewood. The common aspects that are important to me are the social and vibrancy of the city itself. The city changes its decorations each passing season and this shows the town’s people devotion to the city. The night life is very apparent and as a result there is about 20-30 local bars; in addition, there is a wide range of places to dine. By variety I don’t just mean different types of restaurants. There is Thai cuisine, which happens to be my favorite. In addition, there are multiple Mexican restaurants, Italian, French, Indian, and Mediterranean. These restaurants can range from café to fine dining. The options really make the city a desired destination and a place I like to call home.
In chapter 8 we learned about the city environment and I believe that this chapter really does a grand job of correlating the paragraph I talked about previously. In the past hunters and gathers existence meant that humans more or less lived off the bounty of nature, when it presented itself. (Archer , 148) Furthermore, Agrarian life was drastically different in which they took charge of material production by taking charge of Mother Nature. This would produce surplus of food and supplies, meaning civilizations were able to provide for themselves with farming and raising life stock. (Archer, 148) this was the beginning of biotransformation itself because of the development of agriculture and the ability to have larger numbers of people in a colony without worrying about limited resources of nature itself. In addition, this chapter went into waste produced by cities as well. This is important to talk about because restaurants and bars contribute to a high level of waste that could be eliminated. (Archer, 150) We need to produce more agriculture and strive of the land that we have but in today society, we believe that convenience is the most import aspect of...