Jesse Steele
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How can an immortal member of the nobility be prevented from taking the throne?
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"Tom Bombadil" In sum: Immortality made them lose interest. In The Fellowship of the Ring, the Hobbits encountered Tom Bombadil in the Old Forest, likely an equal to Sauron. He could see Frodo while ...

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Could a blood transfusion from immune survivors of a deadly, bioengineered virus grant the same immunity to those who don't have it?
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You have two easy and familiar routs where you could: 1. Biolife in the blood This would be largely science fiction, but it would have "believability" for your audience. Some kind of ...

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I'm on the Titanic, what should I do to survive?
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Find "Rose's door" I mean this seriously, but figuratively. In the movie, the floating door was how Rose survived. It was a literary device to allow a believable, yet unexpected way for her to live ...

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What could a technologically advanced but outnumbered alien race do to destroy humanity?
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Sow chaos on multiple, progressive levels It must be a multi-layered campaign and happen sequentially. 1. Ideologies Insert ideas into society on all sides of every issue, radicalize socio-...

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Type of feet for large creature in shallow freshwater
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60% Hippopotamus, 40% Elephant Please do make your own, but just for consideration... The hippo spends considerable time both in water and on land, water a little more than the elephant. While the ...

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Could an astronaut manually land a reentry vessel in a specific location without any help from ground control or satellites or anything?
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Consider triangulating with other magnetic points There is always some margin of error, play with it. Mention the magnetic poles, a large deposit of iron, or some other object of nature that you have ...

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What's the most profitable use for an elemental transmuter?
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Energy I refer you to Watchmen, Iron Man, and Captain Marvel. All of them had energy and power sources at the heart of their plots. It was not dominant, but it was central. One of the big causes of ...

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What would be a logical reason to explain space based families having more children than an earth based one
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Connect the reason for many children to the theme of your space world. For example, Krypton was destroyed because of irresponsible mismanagement, put hyper briefly. Cal El was born for desire to ...

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How would a slip-strike fault develop in my terrain?
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Grow the size of your planet First, about sources... This question doesn't ask for "hard" science, only a "base" in science; I'm citing a researcher who has done some work in this. YouTube isn't a ...

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Would it be realistic for horses (whether naturally or from man) to make their way south to post apocalyptic New Orleans?
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Import the horses From your question: but would it make sense for traders from the North to breed horses and bring them to the South to sell? Yes, it would make total sense! Horses originally ...

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How can I explain the functionality of a partial humanoid grown from sperm
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Your 'alchemical sciences' The very chemical process that created this had the power to "change" the DNA, thus the power to destroy parts of it. Further consideration, depending on your plot... ...

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