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Paska sucks. Those who doen't agree can go to xyi!

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Im new here hello all


hello Ron

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Is this the Krautchan emergency shelter?




If you want it to be.

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merorin was here, you guys are faggots


Send nudes.


Don't do it, don't be a whore

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teleports into your attic

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Has any serious worldbuilder so far constructed a haplogroup distribution for his world?
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something I'd like to have for terrain building


I wonder how well this would work for continent-sized terrain creation.


If I had to, I'd use it in a fractal manner, so I'd draw the top layer first, then go down and do smaller (partially overlapping) sections, then go from bottom up again and match them up in a manner that fits.

Would take a long time but I think it should be doable.

Spherical coordinates would be the biggest problem, I think. Cartesian distance is way too deeply ingrained in almost any software of this kind, so even tuning it and feeding it a map projection wouldn't work.

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hello friends! he are here to check out your site as you requested on our site 66chan.pw

we are also live over at nuclear-ib.com come and say hi we will be around here also.

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You have chosen, or been chosen, to relocate to one of our finest remaining urban centers. I thought so much of City 17 that I elected to establish my administration here, in the Citadel so thoughtfully provided by our benefactors. I've been proud to call City 17 my home. And so, whether you are here to stay, or passing through on your way to parts unknown - welcome to City 17. It's safer here.


sounds dystopic

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Are any of you familiar with Quino's work, or more specifically, Mafalda?

His peculiar brand of humor is cynical about humanity, but not completely hopeless.
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I know Mafalda but don't know much about its humor


I had a teacher who liked it a lot when I was a kid, I had totally forgotten about it

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Has it become colder for you guys? Is winter finally there?
It certainly has here, it's -9°C outside and snowing.
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Summer is steadily approaching, but it's been really mild and comfortable here, high up in the mountains. Nonstop drizzle and damp weather contain the heat and create an everchanging horizon of distant hills that rise and disappear under a pure snowy white sky and mountaintops fading beneath hazy clouds. Everything is lush and green; pastures awaken, forests recover, mushrooms sprout and tender stalks rise from pretty little patches of moss. Life overflows in every corner, soaked in joy and growth.


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Today -1.
Nice weather.
But in my soul im suffering.


It is cold for me. Not that extreme in the grand scheme of things, still in positive figures

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