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Are there tales where people are turned into rats?
asked Aug 2, 2020 at 23:00
Can super-powered poison resistance be tested on tissue samples?
asked May 14, 2020 at 1:18
Why didn't the Death Eaters use a house-elf to get into Hogwarts?
Would there be any reason to colonize the coastal regions of a lifeless Earth-like world?
Why is the number of orcs thousands instead of millions in "The Lord of the Rings"?
What disease affects only the non-peasants?
What is “a place with a lot of wind“ called in English?
Why would a modern city with a warm climate have a skyway system?
A weapon that can instantly kill millions without harming the bodies
When and why did the use of the lifespans of royalty to limit clauses in contracts come about?
Adjective for questions that demonstrate good understanding
Why would space traders pick up and offload their goods from an orbiting platform rather than direct to the planet?
Did any ancient polytheistic religion hold that theirs was the only pantheon?
Why is Lady Jane Grey called Lady instead of Queen?
Is "too few people left" a credible explanation for a global knowledge loss of this magnitude?
Is there any use for a sea navy in a sci fi universe in which most planets are controlled by one government?
Not wanting to "spoil" a story due to lack of skill
What reason would an extraterrestrial civilization have to adopt Earth's time measurement units?
What does the social idiom "not received" mean in 19th century America?
Do "unlimited ammo" or "bottomless magazine" tropes ruin storytelling?
Basing a civilization on maize, beans, and squash as staple foods?
What would cause magic spells to be irreversible?
Why does Ray Bradbury use "flounder" for an action with a positive outcome?
Does the idiom «to cross the pond» exist?
Why does space warfare not lead to total anhiliation of both sides?
Why would they use human soldiers over undead ones?
Why do the Pern novels use regular words as profanity?
What could lead humans to go extinct after a collapse of technological civilization?
When the main character talks to the camera, is that 3rd person or another technical term for point of view?
What's the meaning of "No Agencies Please"?
How can I justify the existence of massive zombies?
Book about a girl on a snow planet who programmed the robots she owns and turns out to be a princess