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I plan on doing this in December which gives me 6 day of preparation. Is there anything you wish you had done? I have Phonology and a script ready so, yeah. I know you have probably answered this but how did you choose the words?
How did you find the number of unique words in this story? If you did it one word at a time that must of taken forever. Oh congratulations. It gives me hope for when I do it.
A person with strong lungs forces air into their cheeks. Then when the heat is to much they let the air out and there is a fash of light and steam. It is often a write of passage.
1. Is there water (or a close analog) in this world? If so, what is its chemical composition (i.e. is it an element, is it composed of analogs of hydrogen and oxygen)? If not, how does life work here? 2. Are there analogs of proteins in this world? If so, what are they composed of and how do they i...
- 21 Nov 2010 02:51
- Forum: Conworlds & Concultures
- Topic: Weird conphysics idea: Multiple time dimensions
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A long series of lasers put on perpendicular intersections would be able to induce a wormhole to another time.
Yes. Think of it as an asteroid belt with atmosphere. Only every solid object produces earth strength gravity 1/3 the object's diamater beyond the surface (kind of like wifi it just stops). This gravity is neutralized in the presents of a larger object then it acts like a normal objects on Earth. I ...
Try this: A being said to another being, "We both exist, and this is the world." It has potential for complexity, as it involves quoted speech (different languages handle this differently, and epistemically/evidentially ambiguous statement (a challenge for those who have evidential systems), and so...
The whole of space in this world is filled with air at 1 Earth atmosphere. There is no empty space for it to go into. I thought I was clear, sorry. Water turns to clouds (oops collection without gravity) clouds hit odjects forming dew, heavy dew could water plants. Animals would lick rocks. Humans c...