Continents in the exact smae place. Does anyone else see this as impossible. LequianPComrade Liquid Ink 06:31, June 23, 2010 (UTC)

One problem is that it isn't clear how far into Earth's future the SporeWiki fiction is set. Based on this page, it seems to be maybe a thousand years into the future, which would mean that the continents should be the same. However, other users seem to believe that it's millions or billions of years in the future, but even then, the continents only couldn't naturally be the same as they are now. GirdoPic Ghelae - (talk) 06:56, June 23, 2010 (UTC)

it might be possible.Say for example Betelgeuse goes supernova, and SOMEHOW (i know it isn't possible), the gamma rays it produces scorches the planet. My theory is that this "gamma ray" somehow caused a disturbance within the Earth's interior (remember, Betelgeuse is only 427 light years away) which caused plate tectonics to cease. That could also somewhat explain why Earth in-game only has an atmosphere at T-1: it could mean that its recovering from some disaster. That's my theory on the situation, anyway. Jovar1 14:05, June 23, 2010 (UTC)

Even so, it would give the continents considerable time to move. They move as fast as fast as fingernails grow! LequianPComrade Liquid Ink 20:47, June 23, 2010 (UTC)

A gamma ray burst wouldn't disrupt the Earth's core like that, and if it did, then it would also have wiped out all life on Earth, and all life in the Sol system, and in all systems within about 500 light years of Betelgeuese (or equivalent distance of whatever star went supernova). There are other possibilities as to what could have happened, but they would require advanced technology, not natural phenomena. For example, the Earth's core could have been frozen (which should have been disastrous for all life on Earth, but given how easy terraforming seems to be for all our empires, that might not have been an issue) - but why would that have happened? Or continental drift might have been suppressed somehow, but that would have to be an active process and, since Humans abandoned Earth, it's not something that they would have likely devoted their resources to. GirdoPic Ghelae - (talk) 20:54, June 23, 2010 (UTC)

I just did the whole Gamma-ray theory because its not really gonna happen, its FICTION. Its theoretically impossible to travel faster than the speed of light or use wormholes, but on here people do it all the time! I mean, i know the theory isn't plausible. But it would make a decent story. if you gave Earth 3 billion years to recover from a GRB of the size, it COULD regain some life. The continental drift halting is pure fiction, but c'mon, so is a lot of other stuff on the wiki. Jovar1 21:04, June 23, 2010 (UTC)

Actually, wormhole passage could be possible, the unstable wormholes you are refering to is the Einsten-Rosen Bridge, but there are several new variants. For instance, adding enough negative mass (exotic matter) could forcefully hold open a wormhole, and some theories suggest that entering a black hole through its pole could allow wormhole-like travel. For instance, the singularity inside a black hole, can spin so fast it can become a ring instead of a point, and in larger black holes such as the supermassive black holes, their event horizons are much carmer, and a trip to the inner horizon (again above the pole of the black hole), would be survivable. There are quite a few ways to break the light barrier (well not break, but rather "cheat"). These include Alcubierre warp drives, imaginary mass and so on. WormulWormulon Talk to me 21:18, June 23, 2010 (UTC)

I guess I'm a lot stupider than I thought. Lol. I feel like a moron. Jovar1 21:34, June 23, 2010 (UTC)

Well, at least you don't feel like a Loron! LequianPComrade Liquid Ink 05:39, June 24, 2010 (UTC)

Funny Edit

Seriously, this page is no longer serious, but I'm cool with that! WormulWormulon Talk to me 01:36, October 1, 2010 (UTC)

Revamp Edit

This page needs an absolute major revamp... 'nuff said. The Jovar 21:54, July 7, 2011 (UTC)

damn right, it'll need to be started from the beginning.--TaldarPic Technobliterator TC 22:19, July 7, 2011 (UTC)
To sum it up: A quarter to half of the empires that inhabit colonies in Sol are either inactive or extinct. And it isn't serious in the slightest. Especially the Uranus part..... eh. The Jovar 22:25, July 7, 2011 (UTC)
Yep. Also, should the page be moved to "Fiction:Sol System"? There's really no need for the "the" in the title; we don't do it with other articles. GirdoPic Ghelae - (talk) 17:37, July 8, 2011 (UTC)
Yes, it should be moved to that. It also needs a major revamp, like Jovar said most of the empires that inhabit planets in the system are either inactive or have been destroyed. The Randomness | Wall 18:33, July 8, 2011 (UTC)

of course all the empires their are gone so we need to recolonize and rewrite. also this brings a sol battle idea for a war if we need a explanation or something. the name move im for cause i hate having to put the in front of stuff i don't put the in the actual name for the shellious imperium. anyway im good if your good.--20pxTwink talk to me we all have a minute to learn a lifetime of disaster. 17:59, July 8, 2011 (UTC)

Hmm.... that will cause a land rush for terratories here... which would make a good planet-based fiction, with planetary battles and smaller fleets. Bookworm2MasterMachine -Be a Friend, Save a Life- 18:50, July 8, 2011 (UTC)

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