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36 votes

How would a magician trick scientists into believing he is using science?

19 votes

How would a Reflecting-Oven-Jay Evolve?

13 votes

How can I explain a planet with perpetual rain?

13 votes

How to subtly identify a weapon as powerfully magical?

12 votes

A city of Sand...stone

10 votes
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Aliens are asking for 1 million humans per year. Who to send?

9 votes
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Is a Reflecting-Oven-Jay actually feasible?

7 votes

Growing a city (literally)

7 votes
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What type(s) of sports would interest a society of agnostic zombies?

7 votes
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Rapid Planetary Colonization: How to Build a City, Fast

6 votes

She Can Move Mountains (Literally)

5 votes

How can I break down the task of creating a world into manageable chunks?

5 votes

How to build a city surrounded by giant spiders?

4 votes

Can you have magic that doesn't have rules?

4 votes

What stellar number density would two galaxies have to have for another star to collide with the Sun during a galactic merger?

4 votes

How long would it take for a forest ecosystem to overtake New York City?

4 votes

Close Quarters Combat... In Space

3 votes

Duplicating people to expand a civilization

3 votes

What might be dangers of connecting your own soul to a stronger soul?

2 votes

How can a shapeshifted jaguar perform a blood transfusion on a dying person?

2 votes

Vertical city - effects on climate?

2 votes

I'm stranded on an alien planet. How do I measure an earth year without a clock?

2 votes

Possible Mage Jobs in an Urban Fantasy

2 votes

How can I prevent a backlash in the mountain fortresses?

2 votes

How do I effectively wage war against an aquatic alien species?

1 vote

How to name aliens?

1 vote

Can I make a movable medieval city?

1 vote

How can I justify the absence of weapons?

1 vote

How can I imprison a wizard who can walk through walls?

1 vote

Reaching the ocean's end (EDIT: and the Earth's core)