Apollo is the best planet to live on in all of the Milky Way Galaxy. Apollo is the 3rd planet from our solar system’s yellow dwarf star. The solar system’s name is Aphrodite, named after the Greek Goddess of Love. Apollo has been inhabited by humans for 250,000 Apollo years. Apollo also has a 365 day rotation around its sun and one day on Apollo is 24 hours long. Apollo looks blue all over with patches of green and yellow scattered around the planet. Apollo’s skies are blue and its land is 25% flat, 25% mountains, 25% rain forest, and 25% desert. The weather on Apollo varies, some days it might rain silver raindrops and other times it might be a clear blue day. Apollo has 1 moon named Hermes.
Apollo has 75 trees per 200 feet and every human on Apollo has a garden in their backyard or on their balcony where they eat fresh fruits and vegetables. Every person, over the age of 3, is required to eat 5 vegetables and 3 fruits per day. If the person is under 3 years old, they have to eat their fruits and veggies in smoothie/mushed form. Every person, over the age of 10, is required to either walk or run at least 15 minutes a day to stay fit, if they are under the age of ten, they are required to spend at least 30-45 minutes a day outside.
Before children go to 1st grade, they take a 6 month break and learn how to recycle, how to plant fruits and veggies, Apollo’s political system, how to be kind, how to care for animals, and how to care for others. Every grade from then on has to spend 2 weeks reviewing these norms. Children must start school in Pre-K when they are three years old. They must go into elementary school in 1st grade when they are 6 years old. They must go into middle school in 6th grade when they are 11 years old. They must go into 9th grade when they are 14 years old, and lastly, they must go to college or university the summer after high school. There is no homework at school, unless you don’t finish any work at school, then you have to finish it at home. The school year starts on the third Wednesday of August and ends on the last Friday of May.
Apollo’s political system is a monarchy passed down from generation to generation. Apollo’s royal family lives in a city named Oaks Pointe in the patch (instead of big land masses, there are patches) Hibiscus Bridge. Apollo is ruled by Queen Annette Ali, her husband Brooks Ali is the King of Apollo but does not have the same duties as Queen Annette. Queen Annette’s family has been ruling over Apollo since the monarchy began 50,000 years ago. If Queen Annette were to die, her oldest child would take over if they are over the age of 25. If they are not, Queen Annette’s Vice-Monarch would take over until the oldest child is old enough to rule. Queen Annette’s Vice-Monarch is Bridget Cooper.
There are ten patches on Apollo, Hibiscus Bridge, Peony Bridge, Tulip Bridge, Orchid Bridge, Lilac Bridge, Dandelion Bridge, Sunflower Bridge, Lavender Bridge, Cherry Blossom Bridge, and Marigold Bridge. These patches were named after the majority of flowers each patch had. All the patches are diverse in their land, greenery, and scenery.
Every person who has a full time job gets paid $200,000 per year, but $50,000 of their salary goes to the monarch’s team for taxes. Every person who has a part time job gets paid $50,000 per year and $15,000 of their money goes to the monarch’s team. The monarch’s team (which has 1,000 people in it) collects people’s taxes, funds for the houses or apartment, solves issues, helps the monarch rule, and keeps Apollo in order.
Every family on Apollo has the same layout for their house but the colors and designs are different. The family gets to choose their furniture for free and they can have up to four tank less/cage less pets. Every person who lives alone lives in an apartment with the same inside layout and a 8×8 foot balcony. No more than two people and two pets that do not require a tank or cage, can live in an apartment.
All the technology, transportation, and jobs that are good and useful on Earth are on Apollo. There is no racism, ageism, sexism, bad drugs, alcohol, pollution, and rudeness on Apollo. There is lots of diversity and everyone treats everyone with kindness and respect, and that’s the way it should be.