Ancient One
Ancient One answered Leanne Robbins' question

Early on I was totally fascinated with space travel. When I watched the moon landing on TV though the transmission was delayed due to distance I was ready to go. Science fiction had become reality. Over the years as I learned more and more of the side effects of space travel on the human body … Read more

The Z.
The Z. answered Anonymous' question

Most European monarchs had their own ships, whose size and opulence were a statement of power and prestige. Living on an island, sailing was the only method for English royalty to interact with other nobility. Crossing the channel to and from France was something of a banality at that time. 

It would be fair to say … Read more

Pepper pot
Pepper pot answered Toxic Hairball's question

The way the banking system works, they should be arrested for theft. If we don't end it then we will remain debt slaves forever, as the way it is run debt can only increase. They are also looking to end money (IOU's), and therefore everything we do will be monitored by a computer system, this … Read more

The Z.
The Z. answered Toxic Hairball's question

I would endeavor to put an end to all doubt about the oncoming threat of the changing climate and the degradation of the environment. Like they say in AA, the first step is admitting the problem.

It took millenia for our kind to accept the earth isn't flat and centuries to agree it revolves around … Read more

Van Sy
Van Sy answered

The captain of the Titanic was drunk when the liner hit an iceberg and sank, a newly unearthed document alleges. Captain Edward Smith was apparently seen drinking in the saloon bar of the doomed ship in the run-up to the catastrophic collision.