Do you celebrate April Fool's Day? Does anyone (like a certain family that tends towards purple or streaked hair)?
I do not celebrate it. If it is the family I believe you are hinting to, yes, some of the members do, much to the distress to the rest of the community.
What all kinds of documentation would a person need for interplanetary travel? Like the Earth equivalent of a passport between countries.
To obtain an INCEPT Passport, you will need a birth certificate, CID, most recent identification with proof of residency. You will be approved for the standard planets (Cruix, Saklar, Valan, Cran-Si, Arcadia, Lausur, and the Tarvis Belt). You must have job reason or special permissions to gain clearance to the other planets from there.
How would someone go about joining the Coalition? Is there a recruiters office or something? Would they then goto a bootcamp type thing? And what are the basic operations and levels of the Coalition?
There is a recruiter’s office. Each branch does a generalized testing (and it will show which branch you best suit, regardless of what office you are in). Of course back ground checks will be done and from there you will enter a boot camp setting before entering into the work force entirely.
Basic Operations and levels of Coalition are pending further data; however those of Special Forces are usually those in higher Commanding Officer positions.
I have some concerns about the species difficulty rubric proposition. While I believe it will be great in keeping new members from claiming adopts that require advanced care/CAEs, I do know that on an individual basis a person may find some species, for example one of the advanced species, easier to write for than say one at a lesser level, like the Bemy. Is this being taken in consideration, and what are the current thoughts on it?
That is being taken into consideration. We do have members who do better with intermediate over the easier adopts, however a big concern is many of those that are classed as ‘advanced’ have the most problems, so the motion is more of just setting up a system to give everyone an idea, and to hopefully help deter people from the advanced (though they may begin to require things such as the latest Floauna drop that needed to link 3 successful CAEs).
There are crosses of nearly every species, and thus questions arise about how you can tell when each of these crosses will be considered an adult, and what kind of life span they will have. Is there a set rule in place, or does it vary from race to race?
It is generally considered you can go with the average life shared between the two parent figures. It may adjust a bit with each cross depending on owners, but an average has proven to be the safest route each time. Example, a Petraergo can live an estimated 800 years, while a Bemy can live up to about 100. That puts the average between the two at about 450. Hybrids are still being studied however so there is data that is being gathered that will be released in time to the public to help answer questions.
Does the public have an explanation why most of the people affected by ‘Niger Orbis Syndrome' age twice as slowly?
Not yet but a full document is being released inside INCEPT to be able to inform all doctors of this rare condition, what is medically known and how it works so doctors will be able to inform any birth, god, or adopted parents who come into the raising of a child with Niger Orbis Syndrome.
The Petraergo, especially those of Arcadia, are prone to following a number of deities, but what about people attempting to join one or another of these religions? Would there by any chance be a questionnaire one could fill out to decide which one would be best for them? Not that many other religions do this, but I thought I'd ask. |D
With the Arcadian Government releasing documents on their religions, they will be offering ways for those who wish to review and join these religions to be able to seek out information on each and where their morals and values would place them. A questionnaire possibly may be one of them, not all information has been released yet on what they are going to give to the INCEPT alliance.
Hey Major Radeon! It's Erel! I think you have... Fan girls. We will have to monitor them to prevent shipping >.>
I do not believe you understand fan girls, Mr. Ida.
Are Memitim babies allowed to be adopted by random foster parents or would they need to be with a family that would be aware of their special dietary needs?
Because of the ‘Niger Orbis Syndrome’ being publicly known, usually a major hospital will know the basic standards, however the more rural a hospital the less likely this is to be and may cause risks to the child.
For foster parents, it is usually to assume that child services is aware of the child’s conditions and will be able to inform the parents of their dietary needs and their allergies.
Been thinking about StarCrost and Ethos Labs. Both provide services to couples unable to conceive children, but I've only seen StarCrost applications before. Is it planned for Ethos to be open to this in the future if for some reason I get turned down by StarCrost?
It will be set up that one general application may be used for either system. It would be noted if something like it would not be approved through STARCROST and that Ethos would be better for your adopt’s CAE, or as a heads up so if you decide not to proceed with the application.