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    Beginning of life in T'sar

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    Cpduhe
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    Beginning of life in T'sar

    Post by Cpduhe on Sun Sep 27, 2009 9:06 am

    Vegrandisorsa Punic (Red)

    Domain: Eukaryote

    Kingdom: Protista

    Composition: Unicellular; 2 nanograms

    Cellular Composition: Eukaryotic (manipulated)

    Vegrandisorsa comes from the Latin roots "Vegrandis," meaning small, and "Orsa," meaning beginning. Punic derives from the Latin root "Punicium," meaning Reddish. It is a simple being, that uses hydrogen from the atmosphere, along with sunlight, to produce energy, making it an Autotroph (organism that can make its own food). This species arose from acids boded together with lightning.


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    Re: Beginning of life in T'sar

    Post by Ocelot-Adamska on Sun Sep 27, 2009 1:12 pm

    Actually, we already have a couple examples of life in T'sar already. Also, can you please use this template?

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    Re: Beginning of life in T'sar

    Post by Cpduhe on Sun Sep 27, 2009 1:58 pm

    Ocelot-Adamska wrote:Actually, we already have a couple examples of life in T'sar already. Also, can you please use this template?

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    That was when I thought T'sar was a planet, lol. And it was supposed to be the origin, which branched to the other species.

    And the new template might take me a while to complete, so, I'll get to that.
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    Re: Beginning of life in T'sar

    Post by Ocelot-Adamska on Sun Sep 27, 2009 2:03 pm

    Okay. Take as long as you want, we have a good three weeks to complete the bacteria line.

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    Re: Beginning of life in T'sar

    Post by Haxorzunited14 on Tue Oct 06, 2009 8:54 pm

    Alright then, Protista is not a phylum, it is a kingdom. I do not wish to join this, but i feel somewhat obligated to remind everyone of basic taxonomy.
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    Re: Beginning of life in T'sar

    Post by Cpduhe on Wed Oct 07, 2009 7:13 pm

    Haxorzunited14 wrote:Alright then, Protista is not a phylum, it is a kingdom. I do not wish to join this, but i feel somewhat obligated to remind everyone of basic taxonomy.

    Yeah, I remember now that I see it. Thanks.

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