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written by various community members
There are riverbeds sunk in the soft soil of TBK133.16. Dust rushes through them, torrents of dust, crashing in cataracts and pluming in huge spouts. Clouds gather, green and faint and lovely, and dust pours from the clouds and floods the earth. Around the continents pool oceans of dust. It is impossible, from space, to distinguish ocean from land, for their densities and compositions are quite similar: only the embrace in which the atoms clutch, or do not clutch, each other distinguishes semisolid ground from a yielding bed of motes. Many a ship has calculated an erroneous landing and sank beneath the spume. It is not confirmed that the subgranulary environment is necessarily fatal, however. Some believe it may even prolong life, as the du ...
A quite unique science fiction wiki
Galaxiki is a completely new kind of science fiction and fantasy wiki, as it's a complete galaxy with millions of stars, planets and moons that are all represented by wiki pages. It's a collaborative community website where all users can help to fill the galaxy with life.
A wiki is software that allows users to create, edit, and link web pages easily, and one of the best known wikis is Wikipedia. Just as Wikipedia allows to edit articles, Galaxiki allows to edit stars, planets and moons. In fact you may consider each object in our science fiction galaxy to be one editable article:
One of the most interesting points is that your work doesn't have to be isolated. In general we'd like to follow common physical rules, but as this is a science fiction site some physical rules can be broken, and that's how it's allowed to travel faster than light in our galaxy. Which means that species from different planets and solar systems can meet, and users have to take care to keep the entire histories and stories consistent.
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