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Danny Wier wrote:

>Now that I've gotten to the next stage of development after being stuck on
>phonology for 17 years, I'm moving on. I think I should throw a party for
>myself.
>Sorry I don't have many actual examples, since I'm still at the stage of
>theory and not yet have gotten to actual development of vocabulary,
>grammatical paradigms, syntax etc.
>It turned out that I was actually beginning to inventing Heinlein's Gulf
>(Speedtalk). I wanted something an advanced race might use to express
>intricate, precise meanings in brief utterances, so I looked for languages
>with large phonologies that use challenging consonant clusters, then I
>looked for the most synthetic (inflected) languages with the most fusional
>synthesis, and right now I'm discovering polysynthesis.

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I look forward to seeing Tech in a more developed state.  As one might
guess, these are my favorite kinds of languages!

--John Quijada