Episode 462 – the story of a city
by Dan Repperger

* (0:29) Wayne goes to Washington D.C.

* (1:48) Monotonal cities. The public service of preempting nerd rage.

* (4:59) The setting has its own story. The Delmar Divide.

* (16:47) Whether a city was planned, and how. Heavy zoning versus integrated spaces.

* (24:30) The role of geography, trade, and time.

* (39:11) Brodeur explains how to survive an apocalypse. Nine meals from anarchy.

Hosts: Brodeur, Chad, Dan, Wayne

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UemeiOctober 16th, 2017 at 6:10 pm

To be entirely fair, half of the planets in our solar system are giant balls of gas. Mars is a tundra planet, Mercury is a desert planet, and Venus is a corrosive planet. More over Exo Planets discovered to date are predominantly gas giants, terrestrial giants and giant water worlds.

Worlds with diverse climatic systems are a minority, owing in no small part to the fact that the areas of space where earth like planets can exist are astronomically a rounding error.

TLDR; Pokeworlds are representative of material reality.

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