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#1 2013-12-04 07:17:00

Tom Kalbfus
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Re: Regional superpower or a theocracy on the demise?

Not sure what this is about.

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#2 2013-12-04 11:57:03

JoshNH4H
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Re: Regional superpower or a theocracy on the demise?

Where's the OP?


-Josh

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#3 2013-12-04 15:25:23

Terraformer
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Re: Regional superpower or a theocracy on the demise?

I'm presuming it was a spammer, and someone beat you to it...


To secure a planet it is not necessary to colonise it in its entirety, only to secure the most valuable locations. The Lunar poles and Subterran point. Mercury's poles. The equatorial region of Ceres. Hold these, prevent access to their volatiles and anchor points for beanstalks, and independent colonies cease to be viable.

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#4 2013-12-15 16:52:05

JoshNH4H
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Re: Regional superpower or a theocracy on the demise?

I seem to remember a thread with this title from long ago.  Perhaps the thread was deleted after the institution of the Politics rule but some kind of ghost shell remained?


-Josh

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