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  • Aredhran
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    Rejuvenation treatments

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  • Muzta
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    actually all of the leaders had to mature before the unity launch.

    I think Zakhorov was born in 1996

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  • buster
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    If they were all dying on us after 70 years cities would grow too slow.

    Seems, except in cases of starvation and conquest of cities, only millitary units suffers from mortality.

    And then their pay - if any - is one measly mineral a year.
    [This message has been edited by buster (edited February 15, 2001).]

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  • Sprayber
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    My assumption about the rejuvenation tanks were that only important people got the treatment. What would the social implications be if everyone lived forever? People waiting 50 years between each kid. Eventually this would present a population problem. Maybe not for a thousand years maybe.

    With only a few people getting the treatments, some kind of elite subsection of society would be set up. I guess the Drones would have something to say about that.

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  • Sprayber
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    Originally posted by mark13 on 02-15-2001 01:45 PM
    Well, it seems that Civ-longevity has declined in the last couple of centuries - back on Earth, people lived 6000+ years....


    Morgan says he would settle for 500 years.

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  • mark13
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    Well, it seems that Civ-longevity has declined in the last couple of centuries - back on Earth, people lived 6000+ years....

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  • lbores
    started a topic Immortality?

    Immortality?

    Don't you find it curious that Lal, Deidre, and the others live so long? Is it something about Chiron? I mean, come one, Zacharov is still there at year 2350? Which means he's, what? 250 years old? Remarkable.
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