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Post by Captain Viridian on May 29, 2015 12:23:36 GMT
It's hard to know, since time doesn't pass consistently in different dimensions. Experimental evidence gathered with drones using early "sliding" technology like that used in the Souleye suggests that events in the past of when (and where) one leaves a dimension will always be in the past of when (and where) one returns, and that at least some time will be lost when leaving and returning, which seems to have some loose correlation with the amount of subjective time elapsed in other dimensions, but... whatever other factors there are in the relation between time "inside" and time "outside" are unknown.
When we left, society was still able to function but a lot of resources had to be spent on trying to predict instability events and keep people away from them, and said events were gradually becoming larger and more frequent. Large portions of Vearth have been designated as "generally unsafe", since instability tends to occur near other instability.