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Earth and Beyond | Terran Knowledge


Descendents of humanity
The seat of Terran control is Earth, a fact that has led them to believe that they are the last true bastions of humanity. Terrans regard the Progen and the Jenquai as mutant races but despite that, the goal of the Terran Alliance is not, nor has it ever been, territorial or martial conquest. The Terran policy is toward profit and the expansion of markets. To that end, Terran technology is more sophisticated in some areas than that of even the Jenquai. Terran technology tends to lend itself to a broad industrial base and because Earth is the Terran homeworld, food production is one of its biggest industries.

The Terran race does have a major drawback…it is rapidly burgeoning. On last census there were some eighteen billion people throughout the solar system who labeled themselves Terran. In contrast, the Progen can claim only two billion while the Jenquai have leveled off and are holding steady at five hundred million. Given its population demands, the Terran Alliance is forever on a quest to expand its resource base - something they are exceedingly good at doing.