Laythe Squid

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About Laythe Squid

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  • Location Spelunking on Proxima B
  • Interests Exoplanets, Mars, Europa, Titan, Enceladus, Pluto, Venus

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  1. All of Duty-All must do their duty. Only in broken english.
  2. PROLOGUE The watchers circled a planet slowly. It was once a living world. Now it was an airless ball of molten rock. The watchers had seen it change over the billions of years since they were created. In the early days they observed as life adapted to the changing environment. They saw the oceans retreat and evaporate, and they saw species go extinct one by one, until there was no life left. They watched as the planet's atmosphere became thick with water vapor clouds, and saw the water clouds dissapear as they were split into hydrogen and oxygen by radiation. The hydrogen was lost to space. The rest of the atmosphere was blown away by solar wind soon after. They watched as the planet melted. The end was coming. In about two billion years the planet would be swallowed by its sun. This world was all that remained of a once thriving planet called Kerbin.
  3. Wow! I'm writing a story about this!
  4. I think we may have another contender. Night Vale.
  5. Kerbin is round, but the KSP is still LYING! Kerbin's "magical density" is just a way to raise funds. They launch rockets that release hallucinogenic fumes so the horizon curves much lower than it should. In fact, Kerbin is 10 times bigger than we are told.
  6. Moral Kombat-Who has the best morals?
  7. Maybe...those look like they're just crystal, but it's possible.
  8. Could there be life in the Jool System? I know Squad has said "no aliens", but if there were, what might they look like? How would they survive? You can say what you think it would be like, but here are my ideas. Jool-Complex chemical reactions in the atmosphere, but no life...yet. Laythe-Extremely complex multi-celled and unicellular biosphere. Most life is in the oceans, as radiation from Jool makes it hard to live on land. Despite this, life thrives under the surface, as the sand and rock protects from radiation. Vall-Life thrives deep underground in a vast subsurface ocean as well as subsurface lakes in the ice sheet. Tylo-Simple unicellular life in lava tubes. Bop-No life..what do you mean by "kraken"? Pol-No life
  9. Well done! Can't wait to see how this turns out!
  10. Yep. I'm creeped out.
  11. Wow. Eve and Gilly are gone. Who's next? Probably Moho.