Gratina IslandEdit

Gratina Island, lacking of any flora or fauna due to its early volcanic birth, sits in the Pacific Ocean at longitude 45 degrees and at the Eastern pole.  Gratina Island was born in the past century of the year 2013. It was discovered 2 years later by the Reconstruction For North American Civilization Expedition after the World Earthquake.

Gratina Island was named by the United Nation’s consulate for the Advancement of Earth’s Welfare and Future (AEWAF) and was declared as a World Heritage landmass belonging to the citizens of earth as signed by 75 of the world’s countries at the 2023 G20 conference 10 years after its subpacific emergence. It has been subject to immense caveats due to the discovery of the crystal Humanatarium, a solid type fuel that rid the world of the now archaic oil used in old combustion engines. 

A  now known natural phenomenon, the eastern pole submerged in miles of ocean water created what scientists call the Decompression Spout. The gravitational forces from the north and south poles crystalized the earth’s core and pushed it to the easiest escape point, the thin crust of the Pacific Ocean. The Decompression Spout can be compared to a toothpaste tube being violently squeezed.  This effect, though devastating in the 2013 World Earthquake that fractured the earth’s crust causing worldwide mass restructuring of the world’s civilizations, provided the ancestors of today’s new world with Humanitarium.

Gratina Island is named from Latin origins meaning free, as the island has provided with currently immeasurable scientific information about the natural world and a resource that has ended the human led influx of toxic atmospheric gases from inefficient old world fuel sources.

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