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posted 4th May 2015, 10:18 PM

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4th May 2015, 11:32 PM

Lee M

I'm assuming there'd have to be lots of rest stations en route.

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5th May 2015, 12:46 AM

Gentalon

I would assume so. Though I wonder if one year for them is our own 365 days.

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5th May 2015, 2:16 AM

Lee M

I shouldn't be at all surprised if it's longer.

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5th May 2015, 3:05 AM

lorddarke

Since their planet orbits a gas giant who's orbit is around one of three suns, and it's year is 300 of our years. You do the math............?
Ed.

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5th May 2015, 6:00 AM

lorddarke

But it's only an Earth-year, as they don't use theirs for obvious reasons.

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5th May 2015, 5:57 AM

lorddarke

The bees have regular stations every 75 miles, they are set deep in the cracks of the trees bark, and are re-supplied once a month.

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5th May 2015, 3:41 AM

Lee M

Um... carry the 2...

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5th May 2015, 3:59 AM

typhon36

A vertical surface exposed to the sunlight like the great tree's trunk wouldn't be smooth or barren in that kind of rampantly verdant world. It would be a habitat festooned with all sorts of greenery, epiphytes and the like. It would be more like a vertical explosion of life.

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5th May 2015, 7:36 AM

lorddarke

You have it right, the bark is over 4 miles deep, so they have plenty of places to build, and its stuffed with foliage.

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5th May 2015, 4:00 AM

typhon36

But great thanks for the pages dump, Ed.

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6th May 2015, 5:35 AM

lorddarke

Your welcome Bob.

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