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Yeah, that's pretty much my exact line of thought. I wouldn't say the traits are anything that'd make settlers seem to be something that'd no longer fill the role of 'human', though that would depend how far humanity's spread. Kind of on that note, would humanity have found planets that'd sustain the race, or would we be going for an array of massive space stations? Personally, I like the idea of using both.
See, I'm actually cool with just having humans, but it's still a fun idea to brainstorm some other species. When I'm given the option to pick between humanity and something else these days, I throw myself violently at humanity. Glory to mankind, and all that.
I recently saw something that touched on space faring hippopotamus people that use black powder guns. I'm going to assume they might not quite make the cut. Though, I'm kind of liking the idea of slightly more realistic alternatives, like androids, or humans with slight evolutionary differences.
I'd completely forgotten about Orion, dude was a wizard.
Now that's a good question. I like all three of those ideas, actually. Maybe a resource hunt with the background of an intergalactic war? Are you thinking of just having humanity, or another predominant species or two?
Shit shit s h i t, sorry dude I thought I'd replied ages ago and was waiting for a response. My bad, my bad.
You on your mid-semester break yet? Haven't gotten up to much in mine so far, besides my sister's wedding and just chilling out. Been a great time, really.
Holy crap, 97?! That's a pretty damn wild ATAR dude, well done.
Concrete sure as hell isn't nice to look at, the books shield your eyes from the ugliness. We've got a single lake and a couple courtyards here. Lake's always brown, but there're ducks at least.
It'll be great once I actually get some of em, ey?
I'm at Flinders Uni. To be honest I picked it over the other two in Adelaide because it just looks nicer. Nice and green, not all cement and bricks like UniSA and Adelaide Uni. That's a pretty snazzy-sounding uni bro, what's it like there?
Nice dude. I was going for law, but then I saw the ATAR requirement and went "ehhhhhh".
The hall's pretty decent overall. The dinners are pretty great (or at least they have been recently) and my dorm's big enough, but the wifi problems here right now are going to kill me (which is actually why it took me a bit to respond). Not receiving any social benefits, actually, I just threw my name down for a pile of scholarships like a madman.
Hell dude, sounds like you're doing pretty well at the moment. You're right though, a move like that would be a big decision, the legal industry isn't so easy to get a foothold in, as you've said.
Oh yeah? What degree are you working towards dude? Still in Brisbane?
I'm studying a Bachelor of Business, planning to move into a Doctorate of Philosophy a couple years after I get my degree ((just so i can say i've got a doctorate, mind you)).
Oh, sorry, I completely forgot to say: I'm at a uni's hall, so I'm kicking back in a dorm room. What's really terrible here is the traffic, strikes fear into my rural heart.