So, I've noticed that sometimes the reports don't seem to match what the reports say. All examples are standard speed, no mods or game modes. For example, in my most recent game, I was playing as Basil, and I lead in science after around turn 80, I overtook all but Kristina by t50. By t100 I had more than double that of everyone else bar Kristina. I got to around t350, and I was at about 400 science, while Robert the Bruce has 108, so I had nearly 4 times the science. That seems borne out by the relative sizes of the empires. Yet, he offers me 13 uranium, despite me being a fair few turns away from researching Combined Arms, and having tons more science. I may not have hit all the inspirations, but having treble the science, that shouldn't allow them to get ahead? How is that possible? On a related note, I was playing with my wife, and I noticed that the AI had multiple GDRs, like 5 of them, plus 3 more under construction. That's fine, but they had no uranium mines, or even any uranium sources - I had the most in my territory, plus I'd captured any cities that held any sources of them. I manually checked their empire, none, and the global resources said that only I held any uranium mines bar a couple in my wife's territory. So how was the AI building and sustaining all those GDRs, when it had no uranium? You can get one free from a dedication, but what about the other 4? And the three under construction? People have mentioned that the AI obeys the same rules as the player, but I'm wondering if that's the case, it seems that it has its own timing. Or is there something that I'm misunderstanding?