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For questions that ask what might have happened if history had taken a different path.

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In a timeline where the UK defeated the rebels and retained control over the thirteen colonies- how would their history books depict the other side? I assume they would vilify the so-called Founding F …
asked Apr 10 '17 by king of panes
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In a certain project of mine, people encounter humans (cyborgs, really) from an parallel Earth in which the slave rebellion led by Spartacus successfully invaded Rome, overthrowing the Romans and maki …
asked Mar 26 '16 by king of panes
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Something, probably a storm or tsunami or sinks all three of Columbus's ships before they return to the old world. Europe assumes they sailed over the edge like the church said they would, and centuri …
asked Jun 7 '16 by king of panes
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Supposing the army Mohammed led to sieze Mecca lost, and instead of being remembered as the founder of a widespread religion he was forgotten or overlooked by history. What would be the likely directi …
asked Oct 7 '15 by king of panes
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This would happen post-WW2 (probably late 50's-early 60's). An activist thinks things in the USA have to change but knows (or is firmly convinced) that as long as only the Republican or Democratic p …
asked May 17 '16 by king of panes
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This is for a project where the electromagnetic pulse (EMP) from early US atomic bomb tests is somehow much more magnified than the destructive blast- so much so that it destroys electrical devices al …
asked Mar 26 '16 by king of panes