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Prelude to Star Control 2
« on: June 02, 2017, 10:20:45 am »

I am considering to move to a place where there is no electricity and Internet (for example an African country), and create a new place which I am going to call Unzervalt. There I am going raise babies with 4 languages, expose them to only healthy/scientific entertainment, and teach them in a Montessorian way according to my education plan. I can use solar panels and lenses to get electricity and clean water.


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« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2017, 12:56:17 pm »

Raising them with how many other people? Is this in Africa again?
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« Reply #2 on: June 02, 2017, 03:07:04 pm »

Raising them with how many other people? Is this in Africa again?

You know, Africa is huge. It is almost as big as the Soviet Union and China were combined.

The Soviet Union    : 22 400 000 km²
China                      :   9 597 000 km²
Total                       : 31 997 000 km²

Or the Soviet Union and USA combined:

The Soviet Union    : 22 400 000 km²
USA                        :   9 834 000 km²
Total                       : 32 234 000 km²


Africa                      : 30 370 000 km²

I really liked this area when I traveled in Africa:



Here are some photos I took over there in 2007:



I haven't really discussed this with many other people. I guess I would want to have people of a high diversity (both mental and biological) that are highly enthusiastic about science, mathematics and software engineering in Linux.
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