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Could George I (of Great Britain) speak English?
asked Aug 24, 2019 at 6:16
Is there anything to support this Wikipedia claim about Ursula K. Le Guin re-using the planet name "Werel"?
asked Jan 1, 2019 at 17:33
Was Harry Harrison aware that he was giving James DiGriz a cover name that means "life vest"?
asked Mar 2, 2019 at 22:36
Source of the quote "I will blurb your book, or I will read it, but not both"
asked Dec 6, 2021 at 22:54
Isaac Newton is visited by a time traveller who tries to give him a calculator
asked Apr 26 at 23:25
Why does std::basic_ios have a public constructor?
asked Nov 26, 2019 at 16:10
Do all C++ enums have at least two legal values?
asked Mar 25 at 19:18
Why did Gorbachev go to see "Prince Igor" after the August 1991 coup attempt?
asked Jul 9, 2018 at 1:42
Do the events in Empire Star happen only once, the same way over and over, or slightly differently in different iterations?
asked Nov 30, 2021 at 23:44
Was Queen Henrietta Maria (of England) known for scratching her initials into things?
asked Apr 13, 2020 at 17:53
How do you describe, in English, a set of different ethnic groups in one word?
Why might the government keep the gold at Fort Knox, even though super-villains steal it all the time?
"Federal" is to "Federally" as "State" is to
Why was Gandalf unsure if Bilbo's ring was the One Ring if he had seen an image of Sauron's Eye when he was about to pick it up?
Looking for the Justice League (?) comic book that has the cover page mentioning the Coronavirus (?)
"Subterranean", but for planets/surfaces other than Earth
Is there an idiom/phrase which contains the word "head" to mean "thinking hard to solve a problem"?
How could a spaceship, because of mechanical issues, crash-land on a planet they weren't intending on travelling to?
Why did Merry (apparently) not get to experience the first adventures with the other three hobbits?
Are the 'Undying Lands' America?
What is the origin of the "being immortal sucks" trope?
Why did Star Trek: Voyager season 1 only have 16 episodes?
A word or phrase that implies "a struggle or hardship is about to begin"?
Teams of children selected to end a war using nuclear weapons
What exactly was East Prussia between 1933 and 1945? Was it part of a larger government, and which one?
Where does the Amazon River really begin?
Did the Light of the Trees diminish after the creation of the Silmarils?
Kingdom with helpful bands of mercenaries; avoiding devolving into bandits
Is there a geological explanation for the recent Mammoth tusk discovery 185 miles off the California coast?
Fantasy book: king's fool bound to him by magic, captive girl is secretly the fool's sister
Which was the first sci fi story to feature self incorporated teleportation?
Is it possible for an ocean to have a river flowing from it into a lake?
Does anyone recognize the identity and location of this octagonal structure?
Honey as a form of currency?
What is the first film in which a woman is created as a mate for the creator?
When did wildfires start to occur on earth?
Word for an inaccurate work by an artist, who ineptly misrepresented their subject?
Why didn't Eru Ilúvatar trip Isildur?
Sci-fi story where people are reincarnated at hubs and a man wants to figure out what is happening
Who took over the planet Caladan after House Atreides left for Dune?