User talk:Dzie 123

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Hey man, I have a great idea for our wiki assignment! I know we were talking about doing a page about how the Mayan calendar was really created by the Opec's but I've got something even better. -Brian User_talk:Mcgilto1

Opps! Forgot that we were only suppose to talk on one talk page so now I copy and paste :) -Andrew User_talk:Dzie_123

Yeah Brian, i think we should consider other ideas. The Opec/Mayan calendar idea is cool because not many people know that the long count calendar was made by the Opec and not the Mayans. However, other than that there is way to much information written on the calendar because of the 2012 conspiracy. Therefore, we should consider a new topic. What was your suggestion? -Andrew User_talk:Dzie_123

Hahaha, nice smiley face. I was thinking we could do something that refers more to geography, such as a mountain range or a relatively unknown town in the middle of nowhere. Basically something with very little research done about it, so that we may provide information on that place. - Brian User_talk:Mcgilto1

Sounds like a good idea! We could as well do a album from a band that is not very well known or even something to do with space, such as an astriod or a small planet. What do you think about that? -Andrew User_talk:Dzie_123

We could possibly edit and add new information on the page of the Tigris River. Although this river is extremely well-known, it does not mention the impact of the river on Mesopotamia, during the rise of the first civilization. So this is defiently a possibility. -Andrew User_talk:Dzie_123

That sounds perfect. We should definitely do that. Ill start researching right away! - Brian User_talk:Mcgilto1 —Preceding undated comment added 18:46, 27 March 2012 (UTC).

Hey man, I just found out it isn't the Tigris river its the Euphrates river. I checked the wiki page for Mesopotamia and hardly any information is given about the significance of this river in the development of Mesopotamia. We should edit this page. - Brian User_talk:Mcgilto1 —Preceding undated comment added 19:00, 27 March 2012 (UTC).

Sounds good to me man! I'm going to start researching about trade in Mesopotamia, and in particular how the Euphrates river impacted trade. -Andrew User_talk:Dzie_123

Ive got a good amount of information on the Mesopotamian civilization, and the location as well as what it was like in that time period -Brian User_talk:Mcgilto1 — Preceding unsigned comment added by 142.151.145.35 (talk) 19:20, 28 March 2012 (UTC)

Turns out none of my information was really anything different from the wiki page, I'm gonna try and find some info on the Euphrates river, then we can put together what we both find. That seems to be the only major thing that is really missing on this wiki page. - Brian --Mcgilto1 (talk) 20:25, 28 March 2012 (UTC)

After doing some more research on the Euphrates and Tigris river, I'm quite surprised how little these river systems are mentioned on the wiki page. It appears to be a large reason as to why the Mesopotamian survived for so long,and thrived the way they did. I think that is all we really need to change because it is really quite a big part of Mesopotamia. --Mcgilto1 (talk) 21:24, 28 March 2012 (UTC)

I know we talked about this over text message, but just making it known on the wiki talk page that we decided to change our topic to the phygelius capensis because there was too much information already on Mesopotamia. As well, although we do not have much on the wiki-talk page, majority of our conversations took place over text message because it is more convenient. -Andrew User_talk:Dzie_123