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C2C - Galactic Era

Discussion in 'Civ4 - Caveman 2 Cosmos' started by Hydromancerx, Aug 15, 2011.

  1. Azurian

    Azurian The Azurian

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  4. Dancing Hoskuld

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    I am becoming amused that most of the future techs are about machines and mostly war machines at that. Just seems a bit one sided is all.
     
  5. Azurian

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    Well, i personally havent added the biological spaceship concept stuff yet.

    There is alot of genetically engineered space organisms that are fused to oxygen generators that live in space.


    -Mutants
    -Space Organisms
    -Asteroid Hive
    -Asteroid Queen (A really large insect that calls asteroids home.
    - Giant Astropus








     
  6. Azurian

    Azurian The Azurian

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    In Nano era

    theres gonna be cyber dragons (we can use FF@ dragons..these dragons have genetically biological skin)

    and chimeras nad lots of mythical creatures made by science.some are arndoid creatures with real skin..(think Terminator).

     
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    But they are still all to do with warfare. I don't know, there is more to explore than just how to kill people;). One of the "simple" modifications to humans to adapt them to space (suggested by Lois McMaster Bjould with her Quaddies) was to replace legs with arms.
     
  8. Hydromancerx

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    @MrAzure

    Did you real All Tomorrows yet?
     
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    Yes, boring!
     
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    Ive read until Mars, so far really interesting..I wonder if there is a Qu in our galaxy. More detailed thoughts when im done reading it..
     
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    A Qu-like alien race is what I wanted to have for the end game. But more much mysterious and ambiguous on what their appearance is.

    I have concluded you are a Grinch Mr. Dancing Hoskuld. Must be because your upside down. :p
     
  12. CIVPlayer8

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    :lol:Heheh, DancingHoskuld: "Yes, boring!" MrAzure: "Yes, very interesting..."
     
  13. rightfuture

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    I'm going to have to read it also. asap.
     
  14. Civ Fuehrer

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    I myself couldn't get into it. I lost interest after the first paragraph, forced myself to skim read it then lost interest again after the first few pages of skimming... I really just like to look at theories that are around today and add theories of my own. Not surprisingly I come up with unique techs that aren't copies and yall say 'yea that sounds really plausible for an actual future tech'. So I'll just stick with my own head tyvm. :)
     
  15. rightfuture

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    Removed, wrong thread.
     
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    At least the editor was doing his job. Many books today are in need of a working editor.
     
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    Whats the difference between the Kupier Belt and Ort Cloud?



    Also, i just learned these are all considered "planetoids" along with Pluto, and are in our solar system.




     
  18. AIAndy

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    The Kuiper belt has been proven to exist and it is considerably closer than the Oort belt (which is supposed to be nearly a light year from the sun).
     
  19. Koshling

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    A major difference is that the Kuiper belt consists of objects largerly in the same orbital plane as the planets (i.e. - it's basically a disc), whereas the Oort cloud is a (hypothesised still I think) spherical cloud.
     
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    The Kuiper Belt: think of it as a second asteroid belt, except with comets/icy/frozen objects instead of stony/iron like the asteroids. It's beyond Neptune, and its existence (proven since the 90s) is pretty much the main reason why Pluto got downgraded. Most short-period (orbit < 200 years) comets come from here. Although, it's considerably sparser and larger than the Mars-Jupiter asteroid belt.

    The Oort Cloud: Is still hypothesized, yes - at these distances, it's hard to see anything that doesn't emit its own light. It's MUCH MUCH bigger and sparser than the Kuiper belt, and stretches out to pretty much a light year (50K AU) from the Sun. not much is really known about this region beyond that.

    But yeah, what the above two people said.
     

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