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As most of the planets seem to be called at least three different titles, i.e. Sasoom = Eurobus = Jupiter, a standard naming convention mos might be of value. Martian names seem to (so far) take precedence, but Amtor is already an exception. Auguststorm1945 05:27, January 18, 2011 (UTC)

Well each planet with its own native name in my opinion should go by that name. But I think it really depends on how much that planet is elaborated upon in the works of edgar rice burroughs and derivitive works. We see almost nothing based upon the skeleton men of jupiter, and that book itself seems to have been unifinished, so sasoom doesnt really need to be eurobus. As tarzan and pellucidar content is added over time the name for the earth page may need to be moved to earth. It is all very uncertain at this point. But Amtor is the most notable exception because it is the centerpiece of its own series by Edgar Rice Burroughs. I wouldnt worry about it to much. ralok 07:01, January 18, 2011 (UTC)
So...for now, laissez-faire? Auguststorm1945 23:58, January 18, 2011 (UTC)

I looked up the meaning for that and only got more confused. I am feeling rather ill today and my headache is impeding most functions of higher thought. But if that means, dont mess around with it unless you have to . . . then yes? i think ralok 00:54, January 19, 2011 (UTC)

"Let it be". Its usually used with regards to economics. And very well, I'll ignore it at the moment. Auguststorm1945 01:03, January 19, 2011 (UTC)
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