We're moving Future of The World out of this wiki for now. No edits on the page will be taken during this time.Read more >
We are going to move SE wiki to shoutwiki in a little while. Projects that are well thought out and well built will be moved. No project deletions will take place during this time.Read more >
I thought of some porject to do an alternative evolution of creatures from fantasy that are most common like Dragons, mermaids, unicorns and griffons for example. Inspired by the two documentaries about "Dragons: Fantasy made Real" and "Mermaids: The Body Found" so I thought what if they actually existed and how they evolved throughout their evolution. How they evolved, what their physiology may have been and how they could've related to the real world.Read more >
Saecula Novae is a forum for those interested in speculative evolution, established for those who wish to work on community projects in a forum-like environment. All are welcome.
I would like to establish a subforum there relating to The Future of The World.Read more >
I need some help to create the synopsis of the history of all tomorrows but not if the could make onlyRead more >
So, we've got some new editors recently. As I've never seen any of them before, they may very well have some people who are new to speculative evolution in general. Therefore, I am attempting to create a resource similar to that of the SCP Foundation's "List of Overused SCP Cliches" or whatever it is called.
This is not a list of "don't do this ever" it is a list of "if you do this, you should have several paragraphs of excellent reasoning backing it up or you're going to get called out on it." This is not directed at a person or project. This is a work in progress; if you have ideas leave them in the comments section, and either I'll talk about them or I'll add them.
- General Tropes -- Certain things are really common. I've seen them, you've p…
Hello, I'm JaggerTheDog since the speculative dinosaur project has been offline since 2011 in this wikia, I would like to run a project to get all the pages of the speculative dinosaur project. I've started by writing the page Spec Mammalia: Cimolesta. I'm planning to now work on a page called Spec Mammalia: Cancridontia. If you wan't to help, you can find information and copy and paste the pictures and words. Also, if you want to help, write your username in the contribrutors section so i can track you. All the information about spec is on this website: Click here.
Okay, so far we don't have an in-house citation guide. Now, since we have almost no citations, creating one shouldn't be too difficult. I believe that it would be best to create one, since it would make the site look more professional, and provide more information about our sources so that every single person who wanted to know who created something did not have to look it up themselves. Furthermore, it would enable us to cite sources that were not on the Internet in a standardized fashion, while specifying page numbers.
So far I've been using APA style, but I thought it would be best to ask people what they think we should use.Read more >
Mea culpa. I screwed up, and I do not intend for something like that to happen again.Read more >
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This is a rough draft of a future evolution project I'm working on. Hopefully, I'll be able to post my ideas on the SE forum but I'm not sure if it'll happen 100%.
(2013 to 4,000 A.D.): Where we are now.
(4,001 A.D. to 2 myl (Million years later)): Humans finally leave Earth, but the damage has been done. Yes, for a while human civilization finally coexisted with nature but not without some drastic changes before the balance between mankind and his home. All five species of rhinoceros, all species of tapir (Sadly...), all big cats except for the lion, all elephants, the Atlanic Sturgeon, all bears, all marine mammals, the Kakapo, the two species of Giant Salamander, Giraffes, horses, camels and their relatives (minus the llama and alpaca), m…
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This is a list of species featured in After Man that have not yet been given pages. Information on the animals can be found here. Feel free to help out with any of these. I will remove them when the links turn blue.
Flightless Guinea Fowl
Desert SpickleRead more >
I've been cleaning up the categories, and I've noticed some grammar issues. We've got categories for 'After Man species' and 'After Man Species' and each of those are separate categories, and I think we can all agree that we don't need both categories.
So. Only capitalize the first word of a category, or words that are part of a title. Otherwise, it remains lowercase. And if you see a category that violates that rule, remove it.
Let's also get rid of 'And it lives 50 millio years in the future' and some other extraneous categories.Read more >
Anyway, I think we all deserve an electronic toast to having toasted over two hundred articles in a single day. We've still got lots of work to do, but we've very clearly made a dent, and I think we've proved that redeeming this site can be done.
I'm not quite sure why I had an urge to say that, but I did.Read more >
All creatures in this page are not preyed on by any other known animal. Note: Only carnivorous creatures will be hosted here.
- Sharkopath: An advanced shark with bio-luminescent patches that run along their flanks that glow faster when closer to prey.
- Carakiller: A large bird with features similar to the extinct Titanis.
- Deathgleaner: A large bat that hunts at day & sleeps at night unlike its nocturnal ancestor.
- Snowstalker: A large, polar dwelling mustelid that kills its prey by biting them & letting them bleed to death.
- Great blue windrunner: A large bird that can cope with thin air.
- Slickribbon: A worm with vice-like mandibles.
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Hi! I'm Eotyrannus, known as Eutyrannus or nanotyranus elsewhere. I started quite a few projects, but the one I'm actually planning to finish is the Terra Copepoda project. Well, let's get started on this blog.
Let's talk about large arthropods. Many people say that the thing stopping them from growing even larger is their exoskeleton. From what I can think of, though, that doesn't make much sense. Okay, it does, but I have a few doubts. Why can't they just make one part thinner? It can't be THAT much hard work. Just keep the minimum of exoskeleton, and you'll be fine. Now that I've told you that, lobsters, go evolve some lungs when you evolve to live on land, because you can't get to be rulers of Earth with spiracles.
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Swampus are coole!Read more >
Greeting, everyone. My given name is David Houser, but you can call me Dinoboygreen. Despite my recent page known as Woolly Tyrannosaurus, I plan on pushing the boundaries of possible existences of many a beast.Read more >
I'm Carakiler Spawing Bird I'm here on Wikia with Firefox not Internet Explorer, Mathon2, or Flock I might be moving again soon by Saturday, Sunday or by at least next week.Read more >
I say goodbye to everyone was a pleasure to be with you, and discovered new friends were great friends goodbye eviews me a lot of db with the help of all users could continue firing me because my internet will cut tomorrow I liked the pages I welcome Grasias the Wiki do not want to say this but I must say: Byeeee
- This of GTAIVish and Sillyghostfreak99
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Who all of the users can talk in spanish? I need help in my wiki with only three users, and the link, is the spanish version of SpecWiki: | Wild Future Wiki|Read more >
I agree with the comments at Artificial Evolution where the point is made that once a species evolves human-like intelligence it is likely to take control of its evolution...it will no longer evolve primarily by means of natural selection. However, two of my favorite authors (Isaac Asimov and Jack Vance) devised interesting "future histories" in which humans avoid a technological singularity.
In Asimov's Foundation series, robots with human-like intelligence become guardians of humanity according to the Zeroth Law of Robotics. In the "Foundation fictional universe" human technological development becomes stagnant during the 20,000 years after the space age begins. In The Start of Eternity I explore the idea that this "anti-singularity" was …Read more >