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Where did people from the 70s disappear?

23 answers · History · 1 day ago

Best answer: Of course. It's called "objective realtiy," and is not dependent on human observation to be true.


Do you believe in fate?

23 answers · Philosophy · 2 days ago
Best answer: I believe in both fate and choice.

I heard that somewhere

Why is it important to mention the time (1900's/2000's) at the beginning of a story? How does it effect the story?

I find Adolf, as a name itself, to be very handsome. Unfortunately many people only associate it with Hitler. There’s plenty of other famous people with the name too though such as Adolphe Sax and Adolf Eberle. But yet, while Adolf is barely used, Joseph is still being used frequently despite Josef Stalin’s... show more

What exactly is "Hitlerdeutschland"?

10 answers · History · 2 days ago
I was watching a documentary and this German guys keeps saying Hitlerdeutschland what does that mean?

Best answer: YES its a historical fact if you actually look into ti and check the real facts..

Why did the USSR collapse but not China?

12 answers · History · 1 day ago
Both were Marxist-Leninist but China thrived while the Soviet Union failed?

Does reading terrible novels help you become a better author?

12 answers · Books & Authors · 1 day ago
What are the best worst novels to learn from? Learning from other people's mistakes.

I would like to know some premise for my book of zombies?

12 answers · Books & Authors · 3 days ago

Who deserves to die?

13 answers · Philosophy · 2 days ago
I mean, I don't think I really need to explain this one.

Best answer: They died in tormented and prolonged deteriorating health . Skeletal evidence supports the ugly statement. Life is good in modern times! (If you live in a developed nation!)

The USSR under VI Lenin and Joseph Stalin was just as brutal, genocidal, and murderous, if not worse than the Tsar Monarchy. Why do people act like it was actually better under Lenin and Stalin when it was actually worse?

Best answer: Knowledge by itself is no power as such....... it can though create power, but only when it is relevant, timely and most importantly when it is applied with intent, skill and ability to gain power apropos a situation or person.


To and too?

10 answers · Books & Authors · 1 day ago
Best answer: The word 'too' always has the meaning of something extra, excessive. The extra 'o' might help you remember. I'm going TO the cinema tomorrow. Oh, can I come TOO? (an extra person) No, the movie doesn't start till 11.30; that's TOO late for someone as young as you. (excessively... show more

Did you ever see Shakespeare?

10 answers · Books & Authors · 1 day ago

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