Re: [nbos] [AS3] Saving Fractal Terrain maps
"Cam Kirmser"
Sun Nov 4th, 2012
> I think this is a case where you are both right. One can rationalise all
kinds of
> situations that, on the face of it, appear nonsensical. So, if there's an
airless
> asteroid with a population of 6 billion, it could allow a fertile
imagination to
> conjure up an entire sci-fi novel. However, I have previously wondered why
I
> meet as many "hospitable" planets as I do with no population and so many
> barely habitable locations with large numbers of people, within a sector
I've
> created.

A good example is Larry Niven's Integral Trees.


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