The Adventures of Koko & Teddy Edition - The Advocates (OAJ) Heroes through time Copyright Isabel Cutter
Swimming with Kraken's bestie By Isabel Cutter
Disaster Prevention: Linear Theory
Inspired by KDOG the echosafety dolphine locater of underwater mine making for divers globally
Dedicated to defences internationally
Teddy holidays and trains with Koko in California an earthquake zone, they visit often. Teddy enjoys diving and checks the earthquake reports for via http://www.data.scec.org/research-tools/index.html and listens to the news to ensure they are safe at sea. Earthquakes are measured using Linear Theory using the Richter magnitude scale. The theory is used to measure heartbeats, sound waves, sonography (ultrasonography) to measure babies. They are mammals like the bats and dolphines with this internl echo location similar to radar. Platetonic movements and construction in areas caused occurrence of sinkholes. When it rains heavily need to measure areas of risk need to be surveyed using the magnitude scale and satellite imaging. Dogs & dolphines are part of the defences families they are given helmets, tags, cameras to protect them and the teams. These two mammals are treated humanely and like Kraken our husk are know when its dinner time. Dolphine swim along submarines and ship, dogs run along the team. They help us protect and prevent disasters at home and abroad. #loveyourpet
Meanwhile with koko & teddy at home:
Teddy: ‘Morning Koko’
Koko: ‘Morning Teddy, you came in late last night.’
Teddy: ‘We had to help a rescue party with the team dolphins to locate a lost diver.’
Koko: ‘Did you take ‘Tiger’ the dolphin that leads the team?’
Teddy: ‘Yes we did we and she echo located the diver based on scent, we circled last know location as a team. We found the diver before they had lost consciousness. The area is prone to earthquakes.'
Koko: ‘Thank heavens you did. I had to go to the gallery opening without you. They are fundraising for the local maternity ward. They need new sonography machines for scanning pregnant women.'
Teddy: ‘Koko that’s a good cause. I will have a look at the fly for us to tithe to the fund. In a couple of days I need to go away. We are assisting a team of offshore miners to measure the earthquake activities and the environmental effects of the mining to the area.’
Koko: ‘So you will be helping them to preserve marine life and prevent oil spillages to the environment.’
Teddy:‘That’s right Koko; we aim to maintain good relations with companies and environmentalists for the government to protect the marine life and citizens.’
Koko: ‘The government has stepped up its game. Shall we go to the reef today?’
Teddy: ‘As long as you stay close when we are snorkelling. I will check the earthquake reports and coast guard notices.
Koko: ‘I will go pack the gear and the picnic’
Teddy: ‘Hop to it Koko. Tiger is off today so he can come for a free swim’
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