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This 'discussion page' is currently used to hold notes for the development of this website (however it can still be used for discussion)
Where are we going as a civilisation?


In order to help build a community around I would like to suggest the inclusion of forums. There are a number of ways to do these such as installing the phpBB extension or installing the AWC forums extension. AWC forums will use the existing userbase.'s_Forum

I use AWC on Rejuvepedia ( but integrate Mediawiki with phpBB on The Sex Institute (

Caston 09:57, 24 May 2010 (CEST)

Sorry Caston, I've been away with very limited internet access. Thanks for the suggestion. There are the talk pages within MW of course too (simple, reasonably effective, but not ideal). For the moment, I see AdCiv as a primer and information repository. When we start setting up projects based around these themes, things will need to become much more organised of course.
I am planning on moving the hosting at some point to be able to install various extensions and other software, but I'm simply not ready right now, as I have too many other things going on (some of which do relate to advancing AdCiv however)... -- Charles.

Tesla quote

Hello I would like to suggest the addition of this quote to the mainpage:

“The spread of civilisation may be likened to a fire; First, a feeble spark, next a flickering flame, then a mighty blaze, ever increasing in speed and power.”

-Nikola Tesla

Great quote, thanks for that Caston! Yes, would be good to use. BTW do you have a source for that one? -- Charles.

I found it on a website but I don't remember the exact one. There are lots of websites with the same quote so as to the original source I am unsure. Do you need to verify it?

Well I just thought it would be useful to get the original source to be sure - esp. if on front page :) -- Charles.