|From:||Kenji Schwarz <schwarz@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, January 6, 1999, 0:49|
On Mon, 4 Jan 1999, Hawksinger wrote:
> Perhaps the thing to do, is to not have a constant interaction or to
> do so relative to the real world. In other words, Nowapan could very
Agreed -- otherwise we'd hardly be able to con-sneeze without consulting
> Same thing for the Salat, if they are on Sakhalin. If they are in
> Nowapan, they could still have a great deal of autonomy, kind of a
> Salat Autonomous Republic if you will.
> Or maybe we need a League of Con-Nations :)
> Just thinking, this could be interesting.
What I'll do is try to sketch out the historical (and pre-historical)
background of the Sayat-speakers, _without_ trying to tailor it specially
to fit into the Nowapan picture. I'll post it to you (and anyone else
who's interested, I figure) and let you give your opinion on whether
they're compatible, and if so, how; and then, if so, what would need to be
changed in my outline to make it work.
(The Nowapan pages are great, BTW -- I found myself really wanting there
to be _more_ of it to read! And, for that matter, same with the To^lte --
I've always been fascinated with Antarctica :) )