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29th Mar '16 8:42:45 PM Materioptikon
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** Likewise, Sam, having stumbled upon a way to claim enormous amounts of robotic run time, prefers to commission the terraforming of a new planet for his species, intending to draw them into the greater interstellar community by appealing to his species' greed, knowing full well that, without the bait the planet represents, the moment the Sqids find about Humanity's developments, they are going to be overwhelmed by paranoia and cowardice, bury themselves in their planet hoping nobody notices them, and never go out again.

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** Likewise, Sam, having stumbled upon a way to claim enormous amounts of robotic run time, prefers to commission the terraforming of a new planet for his species, intending species rather than use any of it for himself. He does this to draw them into the greater interstellar community by appealing to his species' greed, knowing full well that, without the bait the planet represents, the moment the Sqids find about Humanity's developments, they are going to be overwhelmed by paranoia and cowardice, bury themselves in their planet hoping nobody notices them, and never go out again.
25th Mar '16 4:17:48 PM Materioptikon
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** Likewise, Sam, having stumbled upon a way to claim enormous amounts of robotic run time, prefers to commission the terraforming of a new planet for his species, intending to draw them into the greater interstellar community by appealing to his species' greed, knowing full well that, without the bait the planet represents, the moment the Sqids find about Humanity's developments, they are going to be overwhelmed by paranoia and cowardice, bury themselves in their planet hoping nobody notice them, and never go out again.

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** Likewise, Sam, having stumbled upon a way to claim enormous amounts of robotic run time, prefers to commission the terraforming of a new planet for his species, intending to draw them into the greater interstellar community by appealing to his species' greed, knowing full well that, without the bait the planet represents, the moment the Sqids find about Humanity's developments, they are going to be overwhelmed by paranoia and cowardice, bury themselves in their planet hoping nobody notice notices them, and never go out again.
25th Mar '16 4:17:13 PM Materioptikon
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** Likewise, Sam, having stumbled upon a way to claim enormous amounts of robotic run time, prefers to commission the terraforming of a new planet for his species, intending to draw them into the greater interstellar community by appealing to his species' greed, knowing full well that, without the bait the planet represents, the moment the Sqids find about Humanity's developments, they are going to be overwhelmed by paranoia and cowardice, bury themselves in their planet hoping nobody notice them, and never go out again.
10th Feb '16 7:26:16 PM Goldfritha
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* In ''Literature/TheMoteInGodsEye'', the existence of, and threat from, the Moties greatly helps unify mankind.
25th Sep '15 11:30:32 PM nombretomado
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* In Creator/JohnScalzi's ''OldMansWar'' novels, human conflicts are damped down in the name of unity in the face of the many aliens who want the same planets and resources as us, and are often [[PunyEarthlings far more dangerous than human forces]]. Later books reveal [[spoiler:the human government is using species loyalty to maintain their power over humanity, and that the aliens are not all so hostile - in fact, we're one of the handful of rogue states that would rather stir up trouble than get in line for peaceful disbursement of habitable planets.]]

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* In Creator/JohnScalzi's ''OldMansWar'' ''Literature/OldMansWar'' novels, human conflicts are damped down in the name of unity in the face of the many aliens who want the same planets and resources as us, and are often [[PunyEarthlings far more dangerous than human forces]]. Later books reveal [[spoiler:the human government is using species loyalty to maintain their power over humanity, and that the aliens are not all so hostile - in fact, we're one of the handful of rogue states that would rather stir up trouble than get in line for peaceful disbursement of habitable planets.]]
8th Jul '15 4:28:45 PM nombretomado
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* In Creator/JohnHemry's ''TheLostFleet'' novel "Invicible", the spider-wolf aliens know that the Syndics and the Alliance were at war, and regard the fleet's charge to Midway as their "helping our brother-enemies against our not-brother-enemies", and as extremely impressive.

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* In Creator/JohnHemry's ''TheLostFleet'' ''Literature/TheLostFleet'' novel "Invicible", the spider-wolf aliens know that the Syndics and the Alliance were at war, and regard the fleet's charge to Midway as their "helping our brother-enemies against our not-brother-enemies", and as extremely impressive.
14th Jun '15 5:41:39 PM nombretomado
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* In JackCampbell's ''TheLostFleet'' novel "Invicible", the spider-wolf aliens know that the Syndics and the Alliance were at war, and regard the fleet's charge to Midway as their "helping our brother-enemies against our not-brother-enemies", and as extremely impressive.

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* In JackCampbell's Creator/JohnHemry's ''TheLostFleet'' novel "Invicible", the spider-wolf aliens know that the Syndics and the Alliance were at war, and regard the fleet's charge to Midway as their "helping our brother-enemies against our not-brother-enemies", and as extremely impressive.
25th Feb '15 11:01:04 PM jormis29
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* In V. Panov's ''SecretCity'', partially enforced by TheMasquerade of the setting when dealing with respective Muggles, with notable differences among the magical nations and among the magical species making those up.

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* In V. Panov's ''SecretCity'', ''Literature/SecretCity'', partially enforced by TheMasquerade of the setting when dealing with respective Muggles, with notable differences among the magical nations and among the magical species making those up.
24th Feb '15 1:10:09 PM TheUnsquished
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* In ''{{Sinfest}}'', [[http://www.sinfest.net/archive_page.php?comicID=1699 Slick tries to appeal to their all being humans.]] He has to revise it slightly.

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* In ''{{Sinfest}}'', ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'', [[http://www.sinfest.net/archive_page.php?comicID=1699 Slick tries to appeal to their all being humans.]] He has to revise it slightly.
11th Feb '15 4:18:33 AM TheHandle
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* In ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}'', the plot was to feign an alien attack to draw this out of humanity.

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* In ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}'', the plot was [[spoiler:[[FalseFlagOperation to feign an alien attack to draw this out of humanity.
humanity.]]]]
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