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Re: AIN Record Listings 2013

Post by SimEmirate » April 8th 2013, 1:03 am

NUUUUUUUU D:

Oh well, I'll get over it :P
Then how come yours ran out faster? :P

EDIT: I didn't add Oman's in yet :P
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Re: AIN Record Listings 2013

Post by Ace » April 8th 2013, 1:08 am

SimEmirate wrote: Then how come yours ran out faster? :P
I ain't done role playing yet :P Anyways, I basically carried the weight of natural gas exports while you were being sanctioned for a month (remember?), so actually this is the value after bearing "those oil-thirsty queenslanders" while you sat in your golden throne :P
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Post by RedAurora » April 8th 2013, 1:50 am

Ace wrote:those oil-thirsty queenslanders
Queensland isn't the only nation that needs oil or natural gas... :P

Like Cattala, Lower Columbia, Illium, or New Holland don't need any :P
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Re: AIN Record Listings 2013

Post by Ace » April 8th 2013, 2:11 am

Jk Emir, I just like poking fun at Queensland :lol: I should seriously look into my oil sector. Apparently nowadays the only nations I export to are Shushtrepistaz and Cattala (though I swore I had signed deals with Asgard). Hmm....
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Re: AIN Record Listings 2013

Post by Otto » April 8th 2013, 7:23 am

Location: Kingston and Boyce
Record Holder: Kingston Tram network
Record Name: Largest Tram Network worldwide
Category: Transportation
Record Information: On 267km of track, 39 lines carry around 196M passengers a year
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Re: AIN Record Listings 2013

Post by YingBlanc » April 8th 2013, 10:54 am

Also I should say that the amount of Oil a country has is more business than natural, just a small point x3
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Post by Otto » April 8th 2013, 4:52 pm

Location: Portland, Kingston and Boyce
Record Holder: CARTERrail T10 Portland.FLEXITY
Record Name: World's Longest Tram in use
Category: Transportation
Record Information: With 57m length, this Tram is the longest tram in service worldwide
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Re: AIN Record Listings 2013

Post by RedAurora » April 8th 2013, 8:58 pm

Ying, Y U NO put Qld's records in? :P
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Post by YingBlanc » April 8th 2013, 9:04 pm

Done, sorry xDxD
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Post by Ace » April 8th 2013, 10:56 pm

Ying, dude, simple math.

210 trillion cubic feet to cubic meters = 5.94654e12 = 5.946.540.000.000 cubic meters = 5.95 trillion cubic meters< 17 trillion cubic meters
So Atlantsia is higher than the RIF.
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Re: AIN Record Listings 2013

Post by YingBlanc » April 8th 2013, 10:58 pm

I'm bad at conversion xDxDxD it's the only math bit that I never liked, even Digital to Analogue, still can't do that >.<
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Re: AIN Record Listings 2013

Post by Will » April 12th 2013, 6:58 am

Location: Commonwealth Realm of New Holland
Record Holder: New Holland Rail
Record Name: 2nd Largest railway network in AIN
Category: Transportation
Record Information: 10,097 km of track
Other: 1,324 km Electrified

Location: Commonwealth Realm of New Holland
Record Holder: New Holland Highways
Record Name: Largest number of Highway bridges (over 5m in length) in AIN.
Category: Transportation
Record Information: 95,604 bridges
Other: Longest bridge in New Holland
-Penrith Bridge, 10,034 metres
-Ferland Delta Bridge, 2,201 metres

More will be posted. :)
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Re: AIN Record Listings 2013

Post by Ace » April 13th 2013, 9:28 pm

RepublicMaster wrote: Record Holder: New Holland Rail
Record Name: 2nd Largest railway network in AIN
Lol wait, you can be the 2nd record holder of something?

THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING :geek:
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Post by YingBlanc » April 13th 2013, 9:32 pm

yes, all records record the top 3 x3x3
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Post by RedAurora » April 13th 2013, 10:17 pm

Ace wrote:THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING :geek:
Indeed it does... :devil:

Location: Queensland
Record Holder: Queensland Government
Record Name: 2nd nation in AIN to grant women the right to vote
Category: Government
Record Information: Suffrage was granted for Queensland women in 1909
Other: The first Queensland general elections where women would have the right to vote took place in 1910

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AIN wiki says Arcacia was the first nation, in 1902... Curse you, Daniel :P jk
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Location: Queensland
Record Holder: Queensland Government
Record Name: 1st nation in AIN to provide free primary education
Category: Government
Record Information: Government of Queensland began free primary education in 1870

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I didn't FIND any nation on the AIN wiki that began free primary education before this. Most of you didn't even mention it... :P
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I was also thinking of putting QLD as the place of earliest prehistoric human settlement, but given that RIF and Atlantsia, in real-life UAE and Oman, had human settlement earlier than QLD, it wouldn't be right for me to claim it...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_co ... settlement
Go nuts :P
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