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Redbud201
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44 votes

How to make "humans" that can hold their breath for a long time?

27 votes
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Consequences of an altered square cube law

12 votes

Could 14th century Europe protect a knight from an M1911 pistol?

11 votes

Could a world with a extremely bright night sky exist?

9 votes

When (if at all) would an arm cannon be practical?

9 votes

Explorers living off the sea

8 votes

Without modern electronics, how could you determine your longitude, latitude, and altitude while lost deep underground?

7 votes

Anatomically Correct Unicorn

6 votes

Fairy architecture

6 votes
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Would Big Goats be a good animals of burden, in a mountainous region, used by dwarfs?

4 votes

A suit that realistically protects against impact, falling, being thrown around?

3 votes

if there was a dragon that spits pyrophoric liquids like a spitting cobra

3 votes

How would an elite force(special forces and SWAT) work in a medieval setting?

3 votes
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How would dolphins evolve manipulators and what/where would they be?

3 votes

Limbs where muscle composition is 90% fast-glycolytic and 10% slow-oxidative. Would it be too specialized to be practical?

2 votes

Scaling up the bombardier beetle's chemical weapon. What would change?

2 votes

Water & Nutrient Cycle of an upside down forest

2 votes
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How could this cave-dwelling draught animal evolve?

1 vote

How Could A Planet With Extremely Enlarged Subtropical Zones Exist?

0 votes

Is it possible for a Halo array to have a 24-hour day/night cycle?

0 votes

Telekinesis in Science Fiction

0 votes

How plausible is a volcanic planet with a hundreds of miles tall atmosphere, flying mountains and radio interference?

0 votes
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How would mirror-handed humanoids design their tools?

0 votes

Hard Sci-Fi hardlight-based "energy shield"

-2 votes

Forward time travel via strong gravitational forces