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About Terring

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    Piraeus, Hellenic Republic
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    Science: astronomy, physics, ecology, mechanics, cosmology, astrobiology, quantum physics, biology, extraterrestrial civilizations

    Technology: space exploration and colonization, future technologies, nanotechnology, artificial intelligence, robotics, cybernetics, bioclimatic architecture, genetic engineering, interstellar voyages, experimental aircrafts

    Society: Anarchism, resource-based economy, Venus Project, cybernated government, transhumanism, world citizenship

    Entertainment: new age electronic music (Vangelis, Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream, Jean Michel Jarre e.t.c.), Celestia, documentaries, science fiction (Isaac Asimov, Arthur Clarke e.t.c.), Britney Spears, cartoons (Once Upon A Time...Space, Futurama, Inspector Gadget, My Little Pony, Ninjago, Looney Tunes e.t.c.), video games (Simcity, Spore, Command and Conquer, Midtown Madness 2 e.t.c.), books

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  • City-building game(s)
    SimCity 4
    SimCity 3000

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  1. More Micro Machines for my collection. I's seriously thinking about making a topic about Micro Machines, so everybody can share her/his collections and experiences with them.

    1. T Wrecks

      T Wrecks

      I didn't even know these were collectibles, but then again, obviously anything that can be collected will be collected by some. The advantage is certainly that they don't take up that much space!

      I only used to play with Micro Machines as a boy, but I don't collect them. Some may be left in a cardboard box in the attic of my parents' house.