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Introduction

The perspective towards crime and punishments has changed over time. Methods of punishments that were legal in the past are now illegal and unacceptable due to the crowd getting too exited and the people on death row getting humiliated in public. I will be writing about the Romans, Anglo-Saxons, Tudors, Victorians and world war 2.

Romans

In this time of premature law criminals were killed for theft and murder a small time after that you would still get killed for murder but you would have gotten a fine for theft. Theft and murder were the most common crime due to poverty and possibly REVENGE. For some reason people were caught by the locals that is why I said premature law.

Tudors

In the Tudor times most of the crimes were dealt with by execution such as  beheading. The most common crime was theft because of poverty ( which means you are poor ) and the penalty for this was flogging AKA being whipped.

Victorians

The most serious crimes would have been death by hanging usually in public until this method got less pleasing over time. The most common crime was theft and the punishment was usually transportation. Some people would teach an army of children to pickpocket so they can survive.

World War 2

World War 2, a time of hatred, death, more death and war were traumatic years that made the whole world to dislike each country some even made nukes for example the tsar bomba, the colossal and most chunky nuclear bomb ever made. If you were caught selling on the black market it could have led to a fine although you could have been sent to prison. The number of murderers increased dramatically  and those who were found guilty got sentenced to death ,which is quite sad and very very traumatic.

 

You have begun to describe crime and punishment in different eras. Which time do you think was most fair and why?

Mountains

How  are mountains formed?

Mountains are made when Earth’s crust is pushed up in big folds  or forced up or down in blocks. Mountains form over the course of millions of years. They are not all the same. All the different types of mountains are fold, block, dome and volcanic mountains. Mountains are jagged because they are constantly eroded by the weather, which wears the rocky surface away.

 Block mountains

Block mountains only form when a slab of land breaks off and is forced up by 2 of Earth’s tectonic plates either pull apart or pull together. Faults are lines where the ground breaks apart. Earthquake’s (which are very common along the faults) can at anytime.

Dome mountains

Dome mountains occur when liquid rock inside the Earth forces the ground above it upward. The (very heavy) liquid doesn’t break through the surface so don’t worry. The force, or pressure, produces a dome like shaped mountain. The molter rock does not go through the crust like a volcano.

Mountains

Mountains

A mountain is formed by tectonic plate and it push together and it  forms a big mountain. The mountain are not formed quickly it takes millions of years to form because the tectonic plates move slowly  it takes a lot longer to form. However mountains are not formed all the same there are different  types of  mountains which are , fold  , block , dome and volcanic. Because of the weather there are constantly eroded [to erode something is to wear it] mountains are jagged.

 

Block mountains

Either  side has two slabs that don’t move because the middle one gets pushed and the over two don’t get pushed up. where the lines brake apart  these are called fault. Earth quacks happen across the faults.

 

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Mountains

How are mountains formed?

Mountains are formed when the Earths crust (tectonic plates) get pushed together to form a mountain. Slowly over the cause of millions of years, Mountains are formed. However, mountains are not all the same. There are many different types of mountains, which are fold, dome and volcanic. Mountains, which are constantly eroded by the weather, are jagged. The weather at mountains, wears the rocky surface away.

Plateaus

Plateaus are flat areas of land found in high places. When a mountain is created, blocks of Earth can drop and lift next to each other to produce a high mountain and a lower plateau. Plateaus can be found high above sea level. The Tibetan plateau in the Himalayas is the worlds highest plateau, and the largest. It is 16,400 feet ( 5000 meters ) above sea level.

Dome

Dome mountains only occur when liquid rock inside the Earth forces the ground above it upwards. This swelling doesn’t break through the surface. The force, or pressure, produces a dome like shape.

Fold

Fold mountains are the most common mountains in the world. The tectonic plates push forward slowly over the years, making more and more folds. The Himalayas in Asia is a good example of a fold mountain. They are over 50 million years old, which is quite new to us. Many other mountain ranges are older than us.

Block

Block mountains begin to form when a slab breaks off and is forced up and two tectonic plates pull apart or push together.

this is a block mountain it was formed by many chunks of crust. It forms slowly and after a while it finally forms into a gigantic mountain or volcano if it is mount Vesuvius. It has big green trees, big white clouds and very big rock of mountains.

 

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Mountains

Mountains are created when the plates push and start to get both rocks collide and stick together to form a mountain. Mountains are unique and grow four inches a year so thinks how long it takes. They usually have snow because the higher it gets the colder the apmshire gets.
DOME MOUNTAINS

Dome mountains are formed a cave in when rocks fall they most likely have lava in side and when blowing and bracking the rock and not being a dome .                   A BLOCK MOUNTAIN  

By the name you problem know it’s a group of blocks what are really hard to find and most are Brocken down. They don’t have lava in other wise it would be extremely hard to blow because   The shape.
FOLD MOUNTAINS

A fold mountains are rocks when huddling together forms a fold mountains.

 

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Introduction


Mountains are formed when the Earths crust(tectonic plates) are pushed up in huge folds or forced up or down in blocks.Slowly over the course of millions of years, mountains are formed.However, not all mountains are the same.There are many different kinds of mountains, which are fold, block, dome and volcanic.Because they are constantly made more jagged(eroded) by the weather the rocky surface of mountains wears away.Have you ever wanted to know how many different types of mountains there are?

Block mountains


Block mountains start to form when a slab of land breaks off and is forced up whilst two tectonic plates push together from under the Earths crust.On either side of the mountain blocks are forced down, while the mountain is forced up.At the bottom of block mountains, there are things called faults, which are lines where the ground breaks apart.When faults happen, an earthquake is likely to happen just after the fault.


Dome mountains

Another kind of mountain is dome mountains.Dome mountains are formed when liquid rock inside the Earth forces the ground above it upwards.The swelling of the liquid rock doesn’t break through the Earth though.The force or the pressure produces a dome like shape. Also, molten rock from inside the Earth pushes up, which makes the dome shape.However,unlike a volcano,  the molten rock doesn’t erupt through the Earths surface.

Fold mountains


Folds mountains are the most common type of mountains in the world.Slowly, over the years, tectonic plates push forward making more and more folds.One example of a fold mountain range is the Himalayas in Asia.This mountain range is 50million years old, which is actually quite new.Since, many mountain ranges are much older than the Himalayas.The Himalayas started to form when the Asian plate and Indian plate collided with each other.In the Himalayas is Mount Everest ,which is the highest point on Earth and tallest mountain on Earth.

Volcanic mountains


Volcanic mountains are volcanoes, which we class as mountains.One volcanic mountain is in Japan and it’s called Mount Fuji.Mount Fuji is an  active volcanic mountain, which could erupt at any moment.Volcanic mountains can erupt and destroy cities and towns at any moment.This is because they active volcanoes.Have you ever wanted to know what life would be like without these 4 kinds of mountains?

 

A brilliant information page on mountains and how they are formed. Great use of subheadings and pictures.

Mountains

How are mountains formed?

Mountains are formed when the Earth’s crust is pushed up (forced) in big folds.Over the course of millions of years, mountains are formed.There are a variety of  mountains that have different heights, width and gradients(how steep).There are many types of mountains which are : fold, block, dome and volcanic mountains.Because mountains are eroded by the weather, they are jagged.Erosion causes that the surface of the mountain wears it away.


Block Mountains 

Block mountains begin to form when a slab  of land breaks off  and then the ten tonic plates pull apart or stick together.In the Block mountains, the middle is forced up  and the sides are forced down.At the fault line a lot of earthquakes occur(happen).


Dome mountains are formed by the, molten rock tris to escape the Earth’s crust and it pushes it up.However the Earth’s crust doesn’t break. Then the land will look like a dome.

Fold mountains 

Fold mountains are the most common mountains in the world.The way that they are created is that the tectonic plates move into other plates and makes fold’s.The fold’s have a z shape when they fold in the other plates.

A brilliant information page on mountains and how they are formed. Great use of subheadings and pictures.

Mountains

How are mountains formed?

Mountains are formed when the Earth’s crust is pushed up in big folds or forced up or down in different shapes. However,not all the mountains are the same.Some of the main types of mountains are fold ,block ,dome and volcanic mountains because mountains are constantly eroded (to diminish or destroy) by the weather , they are jagged.

Block mountains

When  block mountains are formed, a big piece of land breaks off.This is caused when two of Earth’s tectonic plates pull or push together.Tectonic plates are broken pieces made of parts of Earths crust.These plates can move in different ways and move constantly.alot of block mountains are in the same continent.

 

Dome mountains

Dome mountains occur when fluid rock inside the Earth forces the surface above it upward. But it doesn’t break through the surface, because of the force it makes a dome  like shape.

 

 

 

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How Mountains are formed

Block mountains

Block  mountains are formed  when a slab of land breaks of and it is forced up as two of earth’s tectonic plates get pulled or pushed away. This means that just a slab of earth can turn into a mountain. There is a thing called fault and a fault is the cause of earth quakes.

Dome mountains

Dome mountains occur liquid rock inside the earth forces the ground above it upwards. This swelling doesn’t break through the surface. The force ,or pressure, produces a dome like shape.

 

Fold mountains

 

fold mountains are the most common type of mountains. The tectonic plates push forward slowly over the years , making more and more folds. The Himalayas in Asia are good examples of fold mountains. They are 50. million years old , which is usually quite new! Many mountain ranges are much older. The Himalayas begin to form when the Indian plate collided with the Asian plate. Did you know ?Mount Everest in the Himalayas is the highest point on earth!!!

 

plateau

Plateaus are a flat area of land found in high places. When mountains form , blocks of earth  can drop and lift next to each other to produce a high mountain and low plateau.

 

A brilliant information page on mountains and how they are formed. Great use of subheadings and pictures.

Mountains

How are mountains formed.

Mountains are formed when Earth’s crust is pushed up in big folds or forced up or down in blocks. Also, there are many different types of mountains for example fold , block, dome  and volcanic mountains. Did you know , that mountains become jagged because they are constantly eroded .Mountains form over a course of a million years .

Block mountains.

Block mountains begin to form when a slab of land Breaks off and is forced up as two of earth’s tectonic plates pull apart or push together. The pieces on the side of a block mountain are forced down ,while the mountain is forced up .

Dome mountains .


dome mountains occur when liquid rock inside the earth forces the ground above it upwards . This swelling doesn’t break through the surface. The force(or pressure) produces a dome like shape .

Fold mountains.


Fold mountains of most common type of mountain. The tectonic plates push for forward slowly over the years, making more and more folds. The Himalayas in Asia are a good example of fold mountains . They are 50 million years old .which is actually quite new ! Many mountain ranges are much older .The Himalayas began to form when the Indian plate collided which the Asian plate . Mount Everest in the Himalayas is the highest point on earth .

Plateaus .

Plateaus are flat areas of land found in high places .When a mountain is formed blocks of can drop and lift next to each other to produce a high mountain and a lower plateau.

 

 

A brilliant information page on mountains and how they are formed. Great use of subheadings and pictures.