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2022.01.23 13:25 Arnaudvanuden123 Smothered bishop mate

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2022.01.23 13:25 imll99 President Biden Has Appointed More Native American And Black Female Federal Judges Than Any President In History, More Asian American Women To The Federal Bench Than All Prior Presidents Combined

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2022.01.23 13:25 shinoa1512 Question about translating RPG maker using Translator++

So I translated a Japanese rpg game using translator++ and it worked, however the some of the sentences are cut and not completely displayed how do I fix this ?
please I need an answer I have been trying to find a solution for a long time
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2022.01.23 13:25 trackerpo9 How are you guys printing threads without severe distortion?

I'm trying to print a functional part that is essentially a 40mm diameter tube with an ACME style thread on the outside. If I lay it flat on the build try (axis of tube is along x-axis), the inside diameter is extremely out of round. If I angle it at 45, the build tray side threads are islands that warp even with a ton of supports. If I print it flat on the build tray (axis of tube is along z-axis), the tray side of the entire thread is warped because it is a nearly parallel surface so the build tray which causes issues.
Are their tricks with layer height or something to be able to print steeper overhangs? This part mates with something else not 3D printed so I have no choice in the design.
I'm using a Mars 2 with Siraya Tech Blu (very thick and viscous resin so I print at 35C)
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2022.01.23 13:25 abjinternational Day to Day activities of an Agile Scrum team in real project

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2022.01.23 13:25 Kaosberserker Fan isn’t spinning

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2022.01.23 13:25 maxpossimpible Not an easy comp to beat...

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2022.01.23 13:25 Himmelherrgott Are these parallel fourths from third to forth beat in Soprano and alto?

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2022.01.23 13:25 Quanhanks TI-36X Pro Value for 7nCr7 = 0

Hey everyone, I am preparing to take my FE exam and I plan to use my TI-36X Pro. I noticed that when I type in 7 nCr 7 it provides a value of 0 when it should be 1. Is this a setting that I need to change or is this something to just remember?
If it's not settings related is there any other situations like this I should be aware of?
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2022.01.23 13:25 _sangeeth_007 This happens only in India T-T

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2022.01.23 13:25 Matthew_Nightfallen Back at the size scaling with Matthew's wife , Life ! Left is when she's Mori scaled (for when she's just considered as a giantess druid) , right is true height !

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2022.01.23 13:25 Adeptus_Illustratum Airstrike (by Gray-Skull)

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2022.01.23 13:25 mostafa_tux شستن لباس با روشهایی که شاید نمیدانستید

معمولا اغلب افراد برای شستن لباس ها در لباسشویی به مشکل می خورند و به طور مثال ممکن است لباس ها زیبایی خود را از دست می دهند.
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2022.01.23 13:25 le_dankest_memez Real color

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2022.01.23 13:25 Blynn025 I lost my Killian 12/27/21. The next day, the chi rescue let me know about this girl who really needed a foster. I was very hesitant as I was still in shock after losing Kil. This little girl bulldozed thru the walls I had up and made me love her. We made it official last week! Meet Jillian.

I lost my Killian 12/27/21. The next day, the chi rescue let me know about this girl who really needed a foster. I was very hesitant as I was still in shock after losing Kil. This little girl bulldozed thru the walls I had up and made me love her. We made it official last week! Meet Jillian. submitted by Blynn025 to rescuedogs [link] [comments]


2022.01.23 13:25 Loa_Ex_Machina Are there any known dinosaurs that were neither Saurischians or Ornithischians ?

First off, I'm aware that the Ornithocellida and the Phytodinosaura hypothesis exist, but I'm just gonna focus on the more conventional hypothesis for the sake of simplicity. In any case, a similar question could be asked for each hypothesis.
Basically, every dinosaure I've heard of was classified in either Saurischia or Ornithischia. But since Dinosaura is a clade, then these clades must have some common ancestors which were already dinosaurs, right ?
Sure, the "lizard-hips" are the default for reptiles, so I guess the most basal dinosaurs must've been more saurischian-like, but if you classify them as saurischians, wouldn't it mean that Saurischia is paraphyletic since there would have been saurichian descendants that weren't saurischians ?
Every basal Triassic dinosaure I read about was classified within one of those groups tho (mostly Saurischia). Even those whose "dinosaur-ness" is controversial, such as Pisanosaurus. Apparently it is either considered a silesaurid (and therefore not a dinosaur) or an ornithischian.
Were basal dinosaurs from neither major taxons just not found yet ? Or have they been found and I just didn't look well enough ?
It could also be that I just don't understand how this aspect of taxonomy works. In that case, can anyone please explain it to me, or point me at an article or video that explains it ?
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2022.01.23 13:25 lss_bvt_ios_08 LssTest-TextPost-90604

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2022.01.23 13:25 mostafa_tux زمان واریز یارانه معیشتی دی ماه تغییر کرد

یارانه معیشتی همواره روز 10 ام هر ماه به حساب سرپرستان خانوار واریز می شود. اما این ماه به دلیل این که جمعه 10 ام دی ماه است، یارانه معیشتی پنجشنبه 9 ام دی ماه واریز می شود.
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2022.01.23 13:25 GTC6969 Looking for some suggestion for my undergraduate research in Maths (Group theory)

I'm looking for some topic/idea I can conduct research on in the field of Group theory. I'll say this before that, I only learned GT this semester so I'm not very advanced. All suggestion/tips are welcome:))
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2022.01.23 13:25 testudos101 An in-depth analysis of the socio-economic and institutional failings of the Imperium of Man using the theoretical framework of economists Daron Acemoglu and James A. Robinson

Introduction: The knowledge that the Imperium of Man is backward and decaying is nothing new. However, I do not believe that anyone has provided an in-depth analysis of the institutions of the Imperium and why core aspects of those institutions contribute either to the prosperity of the Imperium or to its degradation. We will see that it will overwhelmingly be the latter. In this essay, I hope to fill in that gap in our knowledge using the theoretical framework of Daron Acemoglu and James A. Robinson (from here on I will refer to them as DJ for brevity). For my sources, I will treat the Lexicanum as canon and will use it as my primary resource. I am also focusing on the Imperium as it exists in the 40,000 millenium, prior to the resurrection of Roboute Guilliman, as his reforms might make some of what I will describe inaccurate. Finally, I will rely on real-world examples to illustrate my ideas and will cite those accordingly. With the brief introduction out of the way, allow me to give a brief overview of DJ's theories.
DJ's theories seek to explain how nations achieve sustainable development. They conceptualize two axes that determine the ability of a nation to have sustainable development: the centralized-uncentralized axis and the extractive-inclusive axis:

DJ believe that for sustainable prosperity to occur, a society must have centralized, inclusive institutions. Centralization is required to provide a safe, organized playing field by which creative destruction might occur through inclusive institutions. Creative destruction refers to how new technologies replace old technologies, new sectors replace old sectors, and people who succeed by merit beat people who fail. When there is a small elite (as in extractive institutions), creative destruction will not occur because some developments will inevitably damage the interests of that elite. However, inclusive institutions allow for success by merit, and so creative destruction is allowed to occur. This creative destruction is the pivotal mechanism by which sustainable prosperity occurs.[2] It is important to note that growth can occur in extractive institutions (for example in slave plantations). However, that growth will reach a wall in a way that growth through creative destruction (new businesses, new technologies, new ideas) will not.[3]
With the basic understanding of DJ's conceptualization of prosperity out of the way, I will now apply DJ's framework to the Imperium of Man. Since the centralized-uncentralized axis is the most important of the two axes in the framework, I will analyze the Imperium of Man through that lens first.
The Fragmentary Nature of Imperial Institutions: Monetary Policy:
The inherent decentralization of the Imperial economy can be most exemplified by its several currencies. There is no single monetary system in the Imperium. Rather, there are a few currencies with some prominence (Thrones, Crowns, Aquila, etc) and an infinite assortment of less important forms of exchange.[4] The lack of a common currency across the empire immediately hinders the economic exchange necessary to create prosperity in a galaxy-spanning empire. A merchant in one sector who deals in one currency may seek to trade in a different sector only to find that they do not accept that currency. Imagine if every state in the United States issues its own currency and picks which currencies from the other 49 states it decides to recognize as legitimate. You would not need to have a large imagination to see the damage such a system could wreak on interstate commerce.
Even more worrisome is the lack of any central oversight of the economy. Prior to the establishment of the central banking system in the United States, there were several regional and sub-regional banks which were allowed to extend credit without significant oversight. Because of this, many of these banks were less than scrupulous with lending and when there was a credit crunch, many of these banks failed, causing economic downturns (famous examples being the Panic of 1837, Panic of 1907, and the Great Depression). [5] We now have central institutions such as the Federal Reserve and the FDIC that regulates economic commerce in a way that has made economic transactions much safer. For example, not a single person has ever been unable to retrieve their FDIC-insured money since the founding of the program.[6] No such regulation exists in the Imperium, meaning financial transactions are inherently riskier, leading to a greater frequency of economic crises and lower ability for anyone to mitigate the results of those crises once they appear.
Law and Law Enforcement:
Though there is a de jure law code that applies to the entirety of the Imperium known as the Lex Imperialis, it is safe to assume that the vast majority of the code is not enforced for the vast majority of the Imperial citizenry.[7] Indeed, this is what the Lexicanum has to say regarding the Lex Imperialis:
While the Dicatates Imperialis are extensive, the huge volume of prior cases and sometimes contradictory rulings can make it difficult to determine the correct decision. In especially complex cases, it may take centuries to reach an outcome. A judge may spend his entire life deliberating, scrutinizing, and trying to fathom out the issues, only to pass his work on, unfinished, for others to continue. [7]
Here, we see that the Lex Imperialis is virtually inscrutable as a legal code. We know from historical precedent that if a law code becomes overly arcane, it ceases to be relied upon for justice. For example, France prior to the French revolution had a legal code that was "so confused that nobody, even judges, were able to understand it with certainty and therefore people were at the mercy of the courts".[8] Complaints regarding the law were so pervasive that it formed one of the core grievances given for the Estates General to deliberate on immediately before the eruption of the revolution.[8] The resolution of this issue via the Napoleonic Code was seen as one of the greatest triumphs of the French Revolution. This, then, illustrates just how essential a coherent, easily comprehensible, rational law code is for general prosperity and how debilitating it could be to a society if the law was not so.
What is more, primary enforcement of this code is performed by the the Adeptus Arbites, whose presence on most planets is vanishingly small compared to the total population and who generally concern themselves with severe disturbance of peace such as rebellion or chaos corruption.[9]
So, if the Lex Imperialis is essentially nonexistent to the vast majority of the populace the vast majority of the time, how does law function? The answer is each planet has its own law administered in its own way and enforced by its own security forces.[9] This is a horrifyingly terrible system to enforce order in a galaxy-wide system. A criminal need only to take a ship to a different planet to evade justice. Indeed, there is scant reference of any law enforcement above the planet level (The Imperial Guard and Adeptus Astartes being defense forces rather than policing forces). This is all to say that any interplanetary criminal organization that does not noticeably destabilize a sector of space will find very few law enforcement forces capable of restraining them. One can certainly see how that may prove deleterious to long-term prosperity in any society.
Military:
The military forces of the Imperium are as numberless as they are independent. The Imperial Guard, Adeptes Astartes, Skitarii, Planetary Defence Forces and Adeptus Titanicus all have separate chains of command, separate methods of supply, and separate mandates. Just within the Inquisition, there are the Deathwatch, Adeptus Sororitas, and the Grey Knights just to name a few, each of which also operates independently.[10] This is of course just scratching the surface of the armed forces in the Imperium as I have not even touched the Ecclesiarchy. This incredibly decentralized system of warfare means that it is shockingly difficult to assemble an army of the size necessary to repel the myriad threats to the Imperium and equally impossible to lead one with any competency.
One of the worst offenders is the Adeptus Mechanicus, the dominant purveyor of imperial weaponry and equipment. Indeed, the Adeptus Mechanicus has been described as more akin to an allied empire than to an organization within the Imperium.[11] Even within the Mechanicus, the organization adopts a feudal organization, meaning that infighting is not uncommon and any centralized organization (perhaps to aid in a crusade) is made unnecessarily difficult. [11] That is quite an issue for the Imperium, considering the organization most important for the production and maintenance of war equipment is nearly entirely outside of its control.
We have a historical example of the severe deficiencies of this system in the dramatic failure of the Fourth Crusade. Nominally, the fourth crusade's objective was to reverse the advances of Muslim forces in the Holy Land and retake Jerusalem. The crusading force was much like that of the Imperium of Man in that it was an amalgamation of independent entities. Also like the Imperium of Man, its force relied on an outside entity to provide a crucial instrument of war. Namely, it relied on the Venetians to supply the ships with which the force will sail to the Holy Land. However, the decentralized nature of the command meant that only 1/3 of the force reached Venice, with 2/3 of the force choosing to sail from other ports instead. This meant that the crusading force in Venice had neither the numbers to warrant so many vessels nor the funds to pay for them. What followed was an ignominious scar in the crusades where the crusading force sailed not for Egypt, but instead for Zara and Constantinople to plunder Christian cities for the funds required by the Venetians. As the independent entities in the crusade left the main force, either out of disgust at the sackings of Christian cities or to find their own ways to fulfill their crusading oaths, the main army that sacked Constantinople became a small shadow when it finally reached the Holy Land, unable to even try to retake Jerusalem.[12] Had the crusading force been a single unified military operation, had the provisioning of ships been performed internally, had the fighting men been more homogenous, the disasters that befell the crusade would not have occurred. The Imperium of Man has something akin to the forces of the fourth crusade, and the fourth crusade does more than enough to exemplify the myriad failings of such a system.
We also have several examples of internecine conflict or tragedies brought about by the independence of so many elements of the Imperial armed forces. Classic examples are conflicts between space marine chapters, such as the tragedy that befell the Lamenters when they were abandoned by the Mortifactors Chapter.[13] Another example is the entirety of the Badab Wars, in which Imperial mismanagement as well as the independence of military forces allowed for the eruption of a massive rebellion in which several once-loyal space marine chapters arrayed themselves against Imperial forces.[14]

Politics/Administration:
The administration of the Imperium is first and foremost decentralized. Planetary governors are given wide leeway and are essentially autonomous provided their jurisdiction is safe from foreign incursion/chaos corruption and the tithes are paid.[15] Immediately above planetary governor is a subsector lord and above that we have the sector lord. Whereas a planetary governor administers a single system of just a few planets, sector lords oversee planets on the order of hundreds and thousands, each with its own unique culture.[16] Within the same sector, there may be Forge Worlds ruled by the Adeptus Mechanicus, space marine home worlds ruled by chapters of the Adeptus Astartes, and Shrine Worlds ruled by the Ecclesiarchy all alongside worlds under the direct jurisdiction of the Adeptus Administratum. These worlds would have different obligations to different command structures that are completely separate from each other. Any centralized action is then immediately complicated by the sheer difficulty in corralling the myriad independent worlds toward a common goal.
Moving up the ladder of Imperial administration, we have the Ecclesiarchy, Adeptus Mechanicus, Inquisition, Adeptus Terra and Adeptus Astartes making up the central galaxy-spanning organizations of the Imperium.[17] All of these branches operate independently with the Adeptus Astartes and the Inquisition in particular having very little in the way of central organization. Only the Adeptus Terra represents anything like a functional government we see in the modern day.[18] Notably, all of these branches have their own military forces, meaning this anarchic melting pot of independent and headstrong institutions also contains promethium. It is not surprising then, that we have records of coup attempts by the Ecclesiarchy,[19] the Adeptus Terra (through the Officio Assassinorum),[20] the Adeptus Astartes[21] and the Adeptus Terra again (this time through members of the High Lords).[22] Thus, not only is this system highly inefficient, but it is also highly combustible.
The Extractive Nature of Imperial Institutions: Justice:
I have previously described the Lex Imperialis as an impenetrable mess. What this means is that even when the Lex Imperialis is being consulted in a case, it would most often give either contradictory answers or no answer at all to a legal question. In such cases as these, the judge has all the power to decide the outcome of the case, since the law cannot. The more-than-likely result of this situation is that the favorable ruling in a case belongs to the party that can gain the favor of the judge the most. Imperial courts, therefore, are extractive institutions that favor persons who already control the reigns of power and prevent fair assessment of the grievances of those who are outside the spheres of power.
Another aspect of justice in the Imperium that is antithetical to modern conceptions is the idea that the law does not apply equally to everyone. Far from it, the Arbites ,who are the main enforcers of the Lex Imperialis have no jurisdiction over any of the Adeptus Mechanicus or its myriad forge worlds [23]. One might imagine how many of the more radical members of the Inquisition would be given the Emperor's peace had the Adeptus Arbites been able to execute their task. It is also safe to assume that the Adeptus Astartes are by and large outside the reach of the Lex Imperialis since they normally operate in autonomous home world systems and because of the difficulty of enforcing the law to what are in-effect miniature armies. Even over those who the Arbites have jurisdiction, only privileged members of the Adeptus Terra and Inquisition may request a trial, with all other citizens being given summary judgements.[24] Since deliberations in a trial could take centuries, we can safely extrapolate that those privileged members more-often-than-not escape justice when cases are taken to trial.[24] Thus, we have select classes of privileged people who are, to one degree or another, above the law. This is just one of a myriad ways by which the privileged elite of the Imperium may oppress and extract from the rest with little repercussion to themselves.
Administration:
In the modern world, national governments claim that they have the right to rule by popular mandate, with very few exceptions. In the Imperium, the right to rule comes not from a mandate by the people but through the government's status as representatives of the God Emperor of Man. Therefore, at a very fundamental level, national governments in the modern world claim to operate for the betterment of the population whereas governments in the Imperium claim to rule through divine right, with no such obligation for the wellbeing of the population.[25] Planetary Governors are recognized and replaced at will from the top-down, meaning they have little reason to operate in the interests of the population.[26] So, we have the most fundamental unit of governance, the planetary governor, giving essentially no power to the people of the planet. The history of the Imperium contains countless examples of mismanaged worlds rising in revolt. The Fourth Quadrant Rebellion is a good example,[27] but the Children's Crusade may be the most tragic. There, a rebellion by menials from a thousand planets for better conditions led to a huge flotilla of well-meaning rebels being lost in the warp, only to return nearly a millenium later as a monstrosity corrupted beyond recognition.[28]
When we look at imperium-wide government structures, we must focus on the Adeptus Administratum as the primary bureaucracy of the Imperium. Here we see that the bureaucracy is opaque to the point of being completely impenetrable to accurate analysis. Indeed, the administration does not have anything in the way of a holistic budget. The Lexicanum further indicates that there are departments that continue about their tasks long after their functions are no longer required. Moreover, adepts in the Administratum inherit their positions rather than earn them.[29] So, we have a system that is essentially un-auditable, bloated, and completely nepotistic. Never has there been another institution more ripe for corruption or more inimical to meritocracy. This then allows those who participate in the system to retain power and extract value from the system whereas those outside the system have no way of participating in it or advancing by virtue of their competency.
Language:
A perfect example of the extractive nature of imperial society is the division of its language into High and Low Gothic. Whereas the vast majority of the Imperium uses Low Gothic, only the privileged few such as those in the Inquisition or nobility use High Gothic.[30] Not only does this then serve as a stark delimiter for the haves and the have-nots in the Imperial system, but it also serves as a barrier for the have-nots to enter into the realm of the haves. Not only would one have to overcome the nepotism and corruption of Imperial institutions, but one must also have to learn an entirely new language to enter the realm of the haves.
In world history, we consistently see that extractive societies always have an exalted language for the elite and a vulgar language for the rest. In Medieval western Europe, the exalted language would be Latin[31] whereas in the Roman Empire, Latin was separated into vulgar and classical forms (much in the same way Gothic is separated into Low and High).[32] Indeed, we get the word Mandarin from the Portuguese "mandar" (to command) because Portuguese merchants saw that as the language of the Qing government officials in China.[33] In the 19th and 20th centuries, democratization movements were often accompanied by calls to change language to be more inclusive. Hu Shih's work in China is a perfect example of this. Chinese literature before the 20th century was floral and replete with phrases and references that would make it nearly unintelligible to most Chinese people. Hu Shih, along with others in the May Fourth Movement, sought to replace this system with vernacular Chinese to better spread literacy to common Chinese people and indeed largely succeeded.[34] We thus see that esoteric language and extractive societies are mutually reinforcing with elites forming their own language and this language then further separating the elites from the rest of society.
Religion:
To call Imperial society religious would be a dramatic understatement; the Imperial Cult is present in every aspect of life under the Imperium.[35] The Imperial government, as mentioned before, has a divine mandate, meaning that the government purports that the will of the God Emperor acts through them. Though the Imperial Cult is far from homogeneous, one of the core tenets that it does profess is to "To unquestionably obey the authority of the Imperial government and one's superiors".[36] It then, is nigh-on impossible for common citizens in most imperial worlds to criticize important members of the Imperial government. Not only does this completely snuff out any creative destruction necessary for adaptation and progress, but it leads to a greater possibility of civil strife, since there are few legal avenues for common people to address grievances against imperial administration.
We must also recognize that there are not one but two sanctioned religions in the Imperium: The Imperial Cult and the Cult Mechanicus. The Cult Mechanicus is no less extractive an institution as the Imperial Cult. Indeed, it impedes progress and technological advancement even as it sends missions in an endless crusade to recover lost knowledge.[37] According to the Lexicanum,
The ability of the Adeptus Mechanicus to reproduce technology from the Great Crusade has gradually diminished. Even the Golden Throne, the cornerstone of the Imperium, is proving beyond the ability of the Adeptus Mechanicus to repair and maintain.[37]
Why is that the case? I propose that two of the 16 Universal Laws of the Cult Mechanicus are responsible for this regression; those being "The Knowledge of the Ancients stands Beyond Question" and "To Break with Ritual is to Break with Faith".[38] Both rules lead to the restriction of free inquiry particularly by those outside of the upper echelons of power. Even more so, these rules are emblematic of the Mechanicus' strict adherence to tradition which prevents the necessary innovations that allow for sustained prosperity.
We have a historical analog of the damage that the Adeptus Mechanicus' mindset could cause. During the Middle Ages and well into the 19th century, European medical theory was dominated by the wisdom of the ancients, in particular the writings of Galen. Indeed, the words of those ancients were given near-sacrosanct status, and through them the erroneous notions of the pneuma, humors and innate heat (to just name a few) caused irrevocable harm to the people they were meant to heal.[39] Equally damaging, the status of ancient knowledge formed a bulwark against which future innovators such as Andreas Vesalius and Ambroise Pare must constantly battle.[40] One can only imagine how much faster modern medicine might have arrived had ancient knowledge not have had its status.
TLDConclusions/Final Remarks: The core thesis of Daron Acemoglu and James Robinson's theory is this: for a society to have long term prosperity, it must have inclusive and centralized institutions. Centralized institutions are essential for establishing the safety and framework necessary for creative destruction by inclusive institutions to produce prosperty. I believe that my post has done an adequate job in proving that nearly all of the Imperium's failings can be analyzed using Acemoglu and Robinson's framework.
I do want to clarify two points, the first being that all of what I wrote have exceptions due to the sheer scale of the Imperium. For example, I am sure that Ultramar is free of many of the criticisms I have levelled against the Imperium. The second is that the dangerous and uncertain nature of warp travel prevents the level of centralization that we see in modern nation states, something the Imperium could do little to resolve.
With all this being said, is there any way for the Imperium to reverse its current course? The answer is no, not without an extensive amount of time and incredible effort contingent on the sustained actions of figures in all organizations of the empire. This is because the vast majority of the Imperium operates as a theocratic dictatorship, the vast majority of the Imperial bureaucracy is totally nepotistic, and the vast majority of the Mechanicus is totally inimical to technological progress. In short, the causes of Imperial malaise are at the very core of Imperial institutions and culture. Reformation would thus be a near-sisyphean undertaking that may prove too difficult even for the son of a god.
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