....aside from that....Dr.Stone gave me thoughts on something im working on (Science-Fantasy-stuff), with somewhat realistic-scenarios, in insane settings. One of the things i have been pondering about is how Alien-Civilizations develop when given knowledge from elsewhere. This Scenario
Dr.Stone shows pretty good science and how to basically re-build civilization from scratch and make a new one based on the old. But what i have thought of was, what if a primitive Alien Species was given technology & other stuff and tought how to use it, like Senku showed the Ishigami Village the wonders of science:
The Lunarians. Tall (around 2-3m), white/gray-humanoids (Hey, i know, Luna couldn't really support life without shielding but, just go with it for this scenario). They start out as a fishing tribal species, with some aquatic traits like webbed hands (they love eels) and one of their predators is a lunarian type of Giant Octopus
These guys (current level being kinda mixed between the Cro-Magnons and early aboriginals) are now given the knowledge of planting apples, watermelons, carrots, lettuce, wheat & maize, how to bake bread, make clubs, wheels, armour and early rockets (Song-Dynasty rockets). How will their civilization be after being granted with that knowledge, and would their society evolve from this. Starting Point: 45,000 BCE. How long would it take for them to reach the space age?
Let me know how you think that would go for the Lunarians. Its just a thought-experiment with Aliens on a Terraformed Moon