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No GURPS Alternate Earths is not like Coyote & Crow

As a result of my thread ban I can not reply there, however I simply could not let this publish by Jhkim cross with out debunking it.

Coyote & Crow is a kind of issues that if I used to be given a time machine again to not a few years in the past, I would not have the ability to persuade anybody that it might occur.  Like if I might go onto a discussion board in 1998 or 2008 and I described the complete factor, I might be banned as making an attempt to make liberals look dangerous, or no matter.  Actually nobody would consider the idea, the pitch, the crowdfunding, the person, the interactions, the absurd racialist complaints, or the help it might gain- it might simply be dismissed as unattainable, in some circumstances by the individuals who would YASS QWEEN it just some years later.

GURPS Alternate Earths was revealed in 1996, and featured a timeline (“Ezcalli”) the place Aztecs have been a complicated, world-dominant tradition, and European civilization collapsed – with Mongol and African civilizations dominant. This is a model of the world map from it:

Kim Stanley Robinson’s “The Years of Rice and Salt” was revealed in 2002 with an analogous premise.

Why do you lie or make false equivalences?

In Ezcalli the Europeans weren’t worn out, they nonetheless exist, however they are not a cheap, political or navy energy. They’re paying tribute to the Mongols. GURPS Alternate Earths 1, Ezcalli Web page 96, The Khanate of Urop.

In distinction in C&C there is not any Europeans, we all know as a result of there’s NO discuss them within the guide past the asteroid that wiped them out.

Moreover, Alternate Earths presents SEVERAL totally different timelines with totally different powers arising and IIRC you’ll be able to journey from one to the opposite.

The Years of Rice and Salt was written by a fucking Marxist a white one (we might name him a baizuo now), it nonetheless does not current you with the utopia that adopted the demise of the white man. So, no, not an analogous premise.



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