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I'm a statistical seismologist in 🇪🇺 at (, ).

I analyze with , , and in projects—to advance -ing.

About me:
◦ PhD in /#risk & .
◦ Curious about all things related to /#research (from the human genome to climate change to distant neutron stars)
◦ Proponent of and
◦ Contributing to various projects

@Marcus Next one for my science bubble.

Welcome to the fediverce.

@Marcus
Hi and welcome.
Would you be Interested in contributing wacky ideas about exoplanets seismology to FreeOrion ?

@lienrag Sure. What kind of wacky aspects do you have in mind? That an exoquake may split the planet in half?
Recalling analyses of :
nasa.gov/exploration/home/15ma
and :
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marsquak
they are exceptional by 1) typically shaking longer (more scattering) and 2) more often being meteoroid impacts (thinner atmosphere).

You may get more inspiration here:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quake_(n
Quite impressive: a can reach magnitudes >11—impossible on earth.

@Marcus

Hi again.
To be more practical, what whacky Planet Specials could I create from Exoplanet tectonics ideas ?
I mean, things that would help life on it¹, or hinder it, or allow to harness energy, or help/hinder space travel from it, or have some Research value ?

¹ Note that we have Lithic metabolism species in FreeOrion.

@Marcus

Also, what wacky effect on evolution could some patterns of exotectonic have, that would explain the particular evolution of some specific alien species ?

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