When I came to this wiki, it had around 160 articles and now it has over 350.
This was possible mainly because, unlike many wikis, administrators here are not aggressive. In fact, they let the creation process to occur by itself. Articles are created, modified and extended by authors on their own. Acts of vandalism and editorial wars are rare here.
I wanted to create a guide for future terraformers and sci-fi writers, using my knowledge, that in many cases is based on ideas that I had from Soviet sci-fi novels.
The thing that I don't like is that I became the most active contributor, writing over half of the articles here. This is not my wiki, it is ours. Well, some people are busy with their daily activities, while others might not be too inter…
Hello,I am going to talk about possible outcomes in the future regarding the colonization of Mars.
I think that at some point a future colony would want to declare independence,both caused by social and environmental change.I also think that,on the long term,all the organisms (including humans) will evolve to better suit their environment.
Every now and then the government does something that upsets everyone.As a society the current generation to find ways to live through these problems.However,younger possible generations on Mars would almost unanimously want to declare independence.It would pretty much be like "We gained independence from a King who was halfway around the world,why should we follow the rules of a President mil…
hi,my name is Eduardo and I'm a young teenager(16) with fledgin intrests. Amngs them is the concept of terraforming. I was just wondering, would it be possible to harvest gases from the Venusian atmosphere, and then use them to heat other worlds in terraforming projects? If you ask me, it sounds like an effective method since it would not only help terraform frozen worlds like Europa and beyond, but it would also, eventualy, reveal the surface of Venus. After that, it could also be terraformed. But, since I'm no expert, I thought maybe I should ask one. What do you think?