Arek'Jaalan: Talocan Technology Theories
All this data is potentially out of date, and should be taken with a truckload of salt
This is a forum by which the Talocan Technology division of the Arek'Jaalan project may discuss and refine theories both common and radical to gain a better understanding of the Talocan and the advancements they had achieved in their time.
It is important to understand the most fundamental difference between a theory and a hypothesis for those who have lost the meanings beneath the capabilities of current technology.
A hypothesis is an assumption that can be tested via logical process or empirical data.
A theory is an assumption that cannot be definitively tested by logical process or empirical data.
The distinction is an important one to note because the division's researchers as a whole will be working to test hypotheses, while individuals and other collaborators will be working on theories.
All submitted theories and hypotheses must have evidence to lend credence to the assertions they make. Any hard evidence brought to light that contradicts a submission ends its viability until it is revised to allow for all considered facts.
The original submission will remain preserved below until division members can prove it, disprove it, or agree on its plausibility. Any revisions, discussions, testing progress, or challenges will be taken to the discussion page for refinement.
Complete submission format TBD.
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