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|Re: Forerunners in Slipstream and Rock theory -lon|
|Posted By: Gawyn [subnova] <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Date: 3/12/03 12:27 a.m.|
In Response To: Forerunners in Slipstream and Rock theory -long (Wado SG)
: Anyway, I think the answer is yes. In that case, could it be possible that
I suppose it's possible. In fact, the Forerunners may have even anchored a planet (or sun, for that matter) in Slipstream Space and live quite happily, away from the rest of us. Very interesting theory.
: Lots of questions, how about a few answers... First, meteors and comets have
This is an interesting idea, though it would require (basically) aerobraking the meteor in the planet's atmosphere. However, I have no doubt that a race capable of discovering/travelling through Slipstream Space would have little to no trouble calculating aerobreaking maneavours.
: Of course the development of complex life forms from meteors would still take
Accelerating evolution is quite a tricky thing, as it's 99.99% random chance. Still, it is an idea.
: Thanks for reading this.
Congratulations. This is the most coherent and well-thought theory I've seen on these boards yet (though that's not saying much, as the rest of them are utter crap). Top marks for imagination.
Certainly is interesting and within the realm of possibility.
|Forerunners in Slipstream and Rock theory -long||Wado SG||3/11/03 5:58 p.m.|
|Re: Forerunners in Slipstream and Rock theory -lon||P_40E||3/12/03 12:08 a.m.|
|Re: Forerunners in Slipstream and Rock theory -lon||Wado SG||3/12/03 12:15 a.m.|
|Re: Forerunners in Slipstream and Rock theory -lon||Gawyn [subnova]||3/12/03 12:27 a.m.|
|Re: Forerunners in Slipstream and Rock theory -lon||P_40E||3/12/03 12:35 a.m.|
|Choice of words||Gawyn [subnova]||3/12/03 2:22 a.m.|
|Re: Choice of words||Wado SG||3/12/03 2:46 a.m.|
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