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Alstroemeria RMB

WA Delegate: None.

Founder: The Fractured Dream State of Nitralia

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Most Cultured: 139th Most Advanced Public Transport: 189th Highest Foreign Aid Spending: 203rd+36
Most Inclusive: 205th Highest Poor Incomes: 217th Largest Governments: 220th Safest: 265th Lowest Crime Rates: 270th Most Subsidized Industry: 281st Smartest Citizens: 291st Largest Welfare Programs: 292nd Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 327th Most Cheerful Citizens: 344th Most Advanced Public Education: 350th Most Scientifically Advanced: 381st Most Rebellious Youth: 384th Healthiest Citizens: 452nd Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 462nd Largest Publishing Industry: 476th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 557th Highest Average Incomes: 574th Most Advanced Defense Forces: 605th Largest Information Technology Sector: 629th Highest Economic Output: 688th Highest Average Tax Rates: 699th Most Developed: 784th Nicest Citizens: 794th Most Advanced Law Enforcement: 819th Most Influential: 858th Most Beautiful Environments: 1,071st Most World Assembly Endorsements: 1,263rd Longest Average Lifespans: 1,274th Most Devout: 1,301st Most Compassionate Citizens: 1,318th Most Armed: 1,341st Most Efficient Economies: 1,440th Most Valuable International Artwork: 1,618th Largest Arms Manufacturing Sector: 1,721st Largest Manufacturing Sector: 1,752nd
World Factbook Entry

Welcome to Alstroemeria, the Flower Garden of NationStates!
We are a calm and peaceful place for people to come, relax and make merry. All are welcome!

>*dispense cookies imported from abroad*
>Its time for us to begin a new age of friendship and fellowship!

>R.I.P. Opportunity, you made us proud!

Feel Free To Introduce Yourself, Everyone is Friendly Here!

LinkNew Alstroemerian Discord! Everyone please join over there!

Featured Region: July 15, 2015

WELCOME NEW NATIONS! Please sit down and enjoy our hospitality here!
LinkAnd we have an emblem, just like any other regions!

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    Alstroemeria Issue V: A New Age

    BulletinNews by Nitralia . 40 reads.

Embassies: The Glorious Nations of Iwaku, Eientei Gensokyo, The Nation of Nations and Friends, The Great Wonderland, The Embassy, Ozymandium, The Rose Garden, Tsumonrin, The Bunny Fire, Anti Fairy Pact, and Aisorian Empire.

Tags: Anime, Casual, Featured, Minuscule, and Offsite Forums.

Alstroemeria contains 5 nations, the 3,112th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Pro-Market in Alstroemeria

This data was compiled by surveying a random sample of businesses with the question, "Do you believe the government is committed to free market policies?"

As a region, Alstroemeria is ranked 19,210th in the world for Most Pro-Market.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Commonwealth of Koalawalla LandFather Knows Best State“Blinky, Pinky, and Sandy! YAY!”
2.The Fractured Dream State of NitraliaLeft-Leaning College State“Who am I to show you what lies in your dreams?”
3.The Spirit Land of OnleiLeft-Leaning College State“Seisan no hamijii ko”
4.The Third Social Alliance of TerenoriInoffensive Centrist Democracy“War is Justice!”
5.The Verbally Abused Boxed Goods of SteamPunkFishTreeCorrupt Dictatorship“Gotta Dig Deep”

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Alstroemeria Regional Message Board

Fact of the day: In North America, namely Canada, the Canadian Electrician's hand book states that for any electrical circuit the load will not be greater than 80% of the breakers capacity. This was introduced due to the way we manufacture breakers on such a scale, that they aren't always as good as what the max load number says they can take. For example; a beaker can take 15 amperes but with this law, you can only give it 13 amperes of load, how electricians figure this out is by counting how many objects are on the line, 12 lights can be put on a line, or 6 double plugins. So, for a long time, multiple breakers were needed for houses because of this; however, with LED lighting becoming more popular and common, each LED is counted as 0.25 amperes, rather than 1, meaning future homes can have more lights on a single breaker then before.

Sauce: Fishy did a short stint as a Canadian Electrician.

Fact of the day: Toxic materials that get ingested by species at the bottom of the food chain build up in intensity as creatures higher up the food chain eat them, this means that it may not be as harmful to prey animals, but predators may get lethal doses of toxins; this is what happened to eagles across the U.S. which resulted in their eggs' shells being too thin and cracking upon laying, killing the chick inside.

Fact of the day: Solar power plants are always stated to be the cleanest power option, however, that's omitting the fact that solar plants have a life span of ≈20 years before the solar cells break down and are no longer useable, requiring a complete refurbishment and disposal of the parts that can't be recycled, such as the solar cells, which contain toxic materials and have little to no regulation on their disposal. This is also omitting the fact that battery storage only lasts 5 to 10 years before needing replacement and has the same disposal issues.

Fact of the day: Batteries use a decaying acidic reaction that, when attached to an electrolyte that connects to wires and powers the device. This means that once the reaction finishes, no more power can be taken from the battery. Rechargeable batteries use electricity that is taken from an outside source to reverse the chemical reaction through a process known as electrolysis; however this can only be done for so long since the reaction can't be completely reversed.

Fact of the day: Nuclear power plants produce little yearly ambient radiation, so little that coal plants produce more yearly radiation. Both of these yearly radiation levels are actually lower than what you can get by eating a banana.

Fact of the day: The internet was originally created as a network for scientist to share information but was also then decided to allow people to use it for the purpose of free speech.

Fact of the day: In the cold depths of our ocean lives an 8 metre long squid known as the Bigfin squid. This strange looking squid has all ten of its tentacles the same length and has them joined to strange elbow joints that protrude from the body at 90 degrees. It's mantle also has an enormous fin with which is uses to glide through the ocean, silently cruising around.

The Ambassadors Reception wrote:*Sends you a diplomatic cable*

Can I eat the cable?

SteamPunkFishTree wrote:Can I eat the cable?

I don't think it's one of those strawberry flavoured ones...

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