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Re: CHAT: The centre of the temporal universe, was Translation relay
Andrew Smith wrote:
> On Fri, 18 Jun 1999, Sally Caves wrote:
> > I'd like to visit, too!
> > I think they also visit the Tokana. So where is Matt these days?? <G>
> > I hope having a fabulous vacation.
> Among other alternative histories of the past and future. How do the
> Teonim get all that material on cultures that exist on worlds without a
> Black Sea, the Charyans for example?
As Boudewijn has said, "indirectly," although it doesn't have to be the
Black Sea that they emerge from. Islands have appeared in the Morris
Dam of the San Gabriel Mountains in California, so I imagine that they
could probably emerge in one of Andal's seas, somewhere, although it's
more difficult. Earth is easy. I'm sure Boudewijn is correct in
assuming that stranded Teonim have picked bits of Denden up from
> > Oh, neither have I; I'm sure you're right about the Teonaht National
> > Library,
> > located in Tsorelai Mundya in Eksil Tegriaht, the circle of university
> > learning.
> Visiting it is easier than getting home, which as you have pointed out,
> can be problematic!
> > Some of the books stray into our libraries and disappear again, much to
> > the
> > rage and frustration of scholars. I have a new Kernu dictionary which
> > emerged
> > in my office recently. I've got it on a chain so that it won't
> > disappear. ;-)
> The Librarians of Space and Time have sent through an updated version?
It seems that they have! It came by way of famous scholar Padraic