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For questions about the movement of people between locations, includes migration.
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For questions related to the production of certain types of food: plants, nuts and everything else that is edible and cultivated.
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For questions about settings in which superluminal travel and/or communication is a possibility.
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For questions about the planet Mars. This includes development, life on Mars, and comparisons to other planet types.
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For questions about undead creatures, typically depicted as mindless, reanimated human corpses with a hunger for human flesh.
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For questions taking place in a medieval setting similar to culture and technology to medieval Europe.
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For questions concerning electromagnetic radiation in the visible spectrum.
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For questions regarding the application of the laws of physics to orbital mechanics, stellar evolution, and other astronomical processes and celestial bodies.
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For questions that have to do with the science or practice of drawing maps. If the question has to do with making maps this tag is a good fit. Note: This tag is about creating maps of physical feature…
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For questions about technology that works with sizes of less than 100 nanometers, often the manipulation of individual molecules.
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For questions that are set in an era corresponding to a level of technology between the invention of writing and the fall of the Western Roman Empire in 476 AD.
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For creatures with a central nervous system, this represents the major organ of that system. For humans and other terrestrial vertebrates, the brain is housed in the head and encased in bone.
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for questions which are about temperature, heat and their effects on the environment, the heat of astronomical objects, living beings, things, and space and what it might be like.
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For questions about the abundance, usage, etc. of metals.
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For questions trying to understand the different possibilities for the future of Earth.
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For questions about aquatic creatures traditionally resembling humans but with a fish tail instead of legs, or any sort of water-dwelling humanoid.
For questions of Earth\humans that extrapolate beyond available data: hundreds of years at least, thousands commonly, millions preferably.
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For questions regarding clothes (and other related possessions) and trends of a culture.
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For questions relating to water-based vessels. Ships in space should use the spaceship tag.
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For questions seeking guidance balancing the power and capabilities of a magic system.
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For questions relating to both people or animals dying and people or animals who have died.
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Concerning the entire universe, the universe itself, and alternate or parallel universes.
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For questions about the process of moving en masse to a new area.
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For questions involving the fundamental electromagnetic force. This includes electricity, magnetism, light, and other phenomena.
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For questions about the characteristics of living beings in different settings. This tag is not for questions about the daily life of characters.
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For questions asking about current or future normal behavior in a given society.
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For questions about extremely large artificial structures, including buildings.
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For questions discussing some level of self-awareness.
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For questions about the ability to live forever.
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For questions involving large flying objects that are lighter than air.
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For questions about short term actions, often in a military context. Consider also [military].
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For questions about byproduct of the combustion of materials.
Questions about atomic nuclear phenomena and their effects on the world. For heat and power generation applications of nuclear phenomena, use [nuclear-power]. For weapons relying on nuclear phenomena,…
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For questions about mathematics, including our own system of mathematics and alien versions of mathematics, focusing on their effects on societies and civilizations.
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For questions about weapons that use an explosion as their main propellant.
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For questions based in worlds where technology is typically steam-powered rather than based on electricity.
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