Diana darling, seriously now, you are such an unimaginably delightful handful. I can only marvel at what you must have been like in elementary homeroom (other than positively adorable of course).
Let’s see, where to begin…
I can start with Caldari Prime itself! It is a planet with which I am familiar.
I have maintained a research facility on that world since before the Impact, presently producing (or not presently, presently - it is button-poking day) biofuels and bacteria.
While certain self-absorbed pod jockeys were satisfying dysfunctional needs twirling around in the upper atmosphere, I was down in the frozen mud planting mushrooms. Great Frozen Tekkojaarvu is no longer quite so frozen, given the number of giant fungi that have sucked radioactive waste through their hydra…thingies into inner vestibule…icle…thingies. A semi-frozen fairy wonderland of glowing stalks, pristine white vistas, and large circles of open, black-blue water, in places, the lake reaches positively astounding depths of 1,327 meters. That testifies to the power of ice back before the original settlers began transforming the planet from a frozen world into something almost temperate.
I must say, a semi-frozen giant lake makes an even better base than a frozen one, as the submerged layers of the command center are able to function as a gigantic aquarium. I often just sit on the benches and watch the lake grasses waving in the direction of the radioactive bacteria cold storage facility. It is soothing.
However, it remains the case a hollow tube nearly twenty kilometers long, full of giant missile parts and even larger power plants, all of them on fire, traveled thousands of kilometers through the upper atmosphere as it completed its final, incomplete orbit. To call a power plant twenty kilometers long traveling through 500 kmph winds while on fire “catastrophic” would be understatement. If not for the intervention of well-meaning individuals all around the planet, the biosphere would have completely collapsed.
Instead of a temperate ice world, Caldari Prime would be a lifeless barren sludge pile, and the situation remains dicey. The last thing I want to do is dig new trenches in settled radioactive sediment layers.
That is not to say that the thorny issue of Caldari Prime will remain unaddressed.
Luminaire will be the first system incorporated into the ASDDSD. As such, it will be a truly International System, wherein standing requirements will be waived. That might seem unhelpful, given the ASDDSD would ordinarily prevent access to the system through the star gate network.
However, recall that due to the module and drone limitations of the ASDDSD, capital and super-capital vessels will have the ability to fly inside the zone, as well as to use their jump capabilities to come and go. Further recall that cyno services will be provided by system harbormasters. Ordinarily, this will be costly, but in the International System those fees will be greatly reduced.
We will bridge the gap between New and Old Caldari Prime. If the jump math makes it necessary, intermediary systems will be opened in the ASDDSD to make this possible. At first, the capsuleer population would likely be limited to jump freighters and black ops battleships in this regard, but official State actors would be able to make the journey in other craft. Obviously, it will be necessary to proceed carefully so as to avoid an international incident involving the humorless ASDACTADSWATOLSS.
I have expanded on the description of how my Capsule Marques will restructure the overall State/Federation conflict. Through operation of this program, at some point in the future, distant as it may be, the Cluster might finally draw a line under this conflict. Although it will doubtless move on to some new conflict, both the Gallente and the Caldari will we be able to meet that challenge together - the tragedies of their past experiences at last behind them.