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History Tab[edit]

Like secret template.

  • For very lengthy histories.

Short Statement of historical length and importance. Possible text prototcol.

  • Description
  • History
    • Events
    • Timeline
    • Famous People (Personage)
  • References & Contributors (Sources)

Topical News Layout Template (Timeline Event Organization)[edit]

== 1109 (Timeline) Synopsis ==
No information yet available.

== Description ==
No information yet available.

=== 1109 Events Involving Imperial citizens or in the [[Third Imperium]] ===
* None

=== 1109 Events Involving the [[Aslan]] or in the [[Aslan Hierate]] ===
* None

=== 1109 Events Involving the [[Droyne]] or in Droyne Space ===
* None

=== 1109 Events Involving the [[Hiver]]s or in the [[Hive Federation]] ===
* None

=== 1109 Events Involving the [[K'kree]] or in the [[Two Thousand Worlds]] ===
* None 

=== 1109 Events Involving the [[Solomani]] or in the [[Solomani Confederation]] ===
* None

=== 1109 Events Involving the [[Vargr]] or in the [[Vargr Extents]] ===
* None 

=== 1109 Events Involving the [[Zhodani]] or in the [[Zhodani Consulate]] ===
* None

=== 1109 Other Events Outside of the [[Third Imperium]] ===
* None

== 1109 (Timeline) Personage ==
=== 1109 Births ===
* None of note.

=== 1109 Deaths ===
* None of note.

Humaniti Template[edit]

Human Physiology

  1. Cardiovascular system
    1. Circulates blood around the body via the heart, arteries and veins, delivering oxygen and nutrients to organs and cells and carrying their waste products away.
  2. Digestoexcretory system:
    1. Mechanical and chemical processes that provide nutrients via the mouth, esophagus, stomach and intestines.
    2. Eliminates waste from the body.
  3. Endocrine system:
    1. Provides chemical communications within the body using hormones.
  4. Integumentary-Exocrine system
    1. Skin, hair, nails, sweat and other exocrine glands.
  5. Lymphatic / Immune system:
    1. The system comprising a network of lymphatic vessels that carry a clear fluid called lymph.
    2. Defends the body against disease-causing agents.
  6. Musculoskeletal system
    1. Bones supporting the body and its organs.
    2. Enables the body to move using muscles.
  7. Nervous system
    1. Collects and processes information from the senses via nerves and the brain and tells the muscles to contract to cause physical actions.
  8. Reproductive system
    1. The sex organs required for the production of offspring.
  9. Respiratory system
    1. The lungs and the trachea that bring air into the body.
  10. Renal-urinary system:
    1. The system where the kidneys filter blood.

Linguistics Research (2016)[edit]

  • Morphology
    • morpheme, inflection, paradigm, declension, derivation, compound
      • Morphology, the study of the internal structure of words
  • Phonology
    • phoneme, allophone, segment, mora, syllable, foot, stress, tone
      • Phonetics, the study of the sounds of human language
      • Phonology, the study of the sound system of a language
  • Grammar
    • tense, aspect, mood and modality, grammatical number, grammatical gender, case
      • Historical linguistics, the study of languages whose historical relations are recognizable through similarities in vocabulary, word formation, and syntax
  • Syntax
    • phrase, clause, grammatical function, grammatical voice
      • Syntax, the study of how words combine to form grammatical sentences
  • Lexicology
    • word, lexeme, lemma, lexicon, vocabulary, terminology
      • Paremiography, the collection of proverbs and sayings
  • Semantics
    • meaning, sense, entailment, truth condition, compositionality
      • Semantics, the study of the meaning of words (lexical semantics), and how these combine to form the meanings of sentences
      • Stylistics, the study of style in languages
  • Pragmatics
    • presupposition, implicature, deixis
      • Pragmatics, the study of how language is used by its speakers

  • Dig into my old linguistics and semiotics textbooks to re-familiarize myself
    • "Territorial language" (chthonolect, sometimes known as chtonolect) of a particular people
    • "Regional language" (choralect)
    • "Language-in-common or community language" (demolect) used throughout a country
    • "Central language" (politolect) used by government and perhaps having a symbolic value.
    • "Official language" (politolect)
    • "Ethnolect"
    • "Sociolect"
    • "Chronolect"
    • "Geolect" or "Topolect"

External Link: Global language system

  1. Hypercentral
  2. Supercentral
  3. Central
  4. Semi-Central
  5. Peripheral

Noble Houses & Clans Research (2016)[edit]

Noble House vs. Clan

  • Noble House - Imperial-recognized (Mostly B or higher social status) AKA [Imperial High (Landed) Nobility] AKA Imperial Nobility of hereditary standing (Moot recognition: peerage)
    • High Landed (old and powerful families)
    • Holiday and/or Birthday List
    • Letter of Enfeoffment
  • Noble Clan - Not-Imperial-recognized (Mostly A or lower social status) AKA [Non-Imperial Nobility] of non-imperial standing (no Moot recognition: no peerage)
    • Ceremonial (service or world-state recognition) (Newer and less powerful families)
    • Honor (promotion for achievement)
    • Holiday and/or Birthday List

Research Patterns (2016)[edit]

  • Minimalism vs. Maximalism
  • Linear vs. non-linear thinking
  • Letter vs. spirit of the law
  • Canon vs. semi-canon
  • Swiss (holes) vs. Cheddar (solid) cheese
  • Comparative vs. Non-comparative
  • Innovative vs. derivative
  • Hard vs. Soft cheese
  • Hard vs. Soft sci-fi (MWM states that it is both and neither)
  • OTU (mostly canon) vs. ATU (possibly semi-canon)
  • Physics (hard) vs. Sociology (soft)
  • Storytelling (broadly entertaining) vs. Engineering (narrowly gearhead)

Smelchak's Periodicized Chronography[edit]

  1. Eon (1-33+ TLs)
  2. Era (30 TLs)
  3. Period (9 TLs)
  4. Epoch (3 TLs)
  5. Age (1 Tech. Level)
Epochal Chronographic Periodization (Smelchak 2017)
TL Epoch Period-1 Period-2 Remarks
Negative Pre-Emergent Creaturic Pre-Sophontic Pre-Tech, Regional
0 Emergent (Alpha) Proto-civilizational Proto-Sophontic Proto-Tech, Continental
1-3 Agricultural (Medieval) Foundational Sophontic, Low Ur-Tech, Planetary, Monostellar
4-6 Industrial (Renaissance) Foundational Sophontic, Low Ur-Tech, Planetary, Monostellar
7-9 Digital (Information) Foundational Sophontic, Low Ur-Tech, Planetary, Monostellar
10-12 Astrocolonial (Low Interstellar) Stellar Sophontic Stell-Tech, Polystellar, Monogalactic
13-15 Interstellar Stellar Sophontic Stell-Tech, Polystellar, Monogalactic
16-18 High Interstellar (Core-Brachial, Intragalactic) Stellar Sophontic Stell-Tech, Polystellar, Monogalactic
19-21 Intergalactic (Low Galactic) Galactic Sophontic, High Ultra-Tech, Polygalactic
22-24 Mesogalactic Galactic Sophontic, High Ultra-Tech, Polygalactic
25-27 Transgalactic (High Galactic) Galactic Sophontic, High Ultra-Tech, Polygalactic
28-30 Ascendant (Trans-Dim.) Ascendant Sophontic, Very high Dei-Tech (Perfective, Astrodeific), Universal
31-33 Transcendent (Omega, Chronotaxistic) Transcendent Trans-Sophontic Omni-Tech (Omnicapable, Bhodhisattivan), Polytemporal
34+ PTP (Post-Technological Period) Post-Sophontic Post-Tech, (Anywhere, Everywhere, & Nowhere)

Firearm Specifications Brainstorming Layout Template[edit]

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  • Type:
  • Caliber:
  • Weight: lbs ( kg)
  • Length: in ( cm)
  • # Barrels:
  • Barrel length: in ( cm)
  • Capacity:
  • Fire Modes:
  • Rate of Fire:
  • Muzzle Velocity:
  • Polity Origin: