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might I humbly recommend this guide to the fediverse 🗺️

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this is my flock of alt accounts
@starwall_e - my bot who I love dearly
@starwall - just in case rad town is down or I want to stellaris-post
@starwall - for space shit and scifi geekery, also for my art
@starwall@nutt.church - for selfies and nsfw stuff

I’ve been here for 1 year. I can’t believe anyone pays attention to my garbage posts but I thank you for it. This place is great and you all are great and thanks Eugen.

Stuff I have now because of this webbed site:

-Russian nuclear village posting T-shirt (Thanks @starwall)

-Bripe (Thanks @Pixley)

-Anime in my recommended shows section (Thanks @larrydavis)

@starwall only reading their intro about what species they included so far and wow this is super exciting stuff!

it really makes me wonder if this kind of experiment would actually work too like there's so much in an ecosystem we can't necessarily see is going on, like for all we know they missed some sort of linchpin bacteria (actually, not seeing much about the microscopic world at all? besides, like, algae I guess) and the whole thing could go totally differently than expected!

I nearly just accidentally stole the keys to the restaurant

I literally can't wait to get home and keep reading this. This is awesome. Worldbuilding done RIGHT.

alright so there's this chronological worldbuilding/ speculative zoology project called The World of Serina. It's awesome.

"Imagine, if you will, a hypothetical world much like our own, but populated only by a very small sampling of creatures, which were then allowed to evolve entirely on their own for hundreds of millions of years until their ancestors resembled them barely at all. Now imagine if those colonists were highly specialized creatures, animals which would never have the means to exploit as many varied niches anywhere else due to competition from other animals. Imagine an entire world where the only land animal present is a canary - a world without reptiles, amphibians, or mammals. This is Serina - the world of birds."

it essentially explores the radiations and adaptations of a single species into fulfilling every ecological niche that a whole world has to offer over the course of millions of years sites.google.com/site/worldofs

@CoronaCoreanici @starwall It's a good thing they're herbivores.

It's a bad thing that they literally do not have any sense of fear.

@starwall same and I've only known about it since you posted it

alright so there's this chronological worldbuilding/ speculative zoology project called The World of Serina. It's awesome.

"Imagine, if you will, a hypothetical world much like our own, but populated only by a very small sampling of creatures, which were then allowed to evolve entirely on their own for hundreds of millions of years until their ancestors resembled them barely at all. Now imagine if those colonists were highly specialized creatures, animals which would never have the means to exploit as many varied niches anywhere else due to competition from other animals. Imagine an entire world where the only land animal present is a canary - a world without reptiles, amphibians, or mammals. This is Serina - the world of birds."

it essentially explores the radiations and adaptations of a single species into fulfilling every ecological niche that a whole world has to offer over the course of millions of years sites.google.com/site/worldofs

speculative zoology is just a fandom for the Earth

@laser I think most people have named the best threads, I do miss the first few hellthreads , especially the one where @starwall was innocently trying to recommend people to follow and it lasted hours

i was gonna learn how to use paint.net but i just did this

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