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What movie induced the most head slaps because of historical inaccuracies. (I just remembered Iron Lord movie)
Are you guys going to do a Knights Templar, series?
What are you playing this weekend?
Excluding Walpole, which UK Prime/Minister would you most like to cover?
It is implied that the British had nothing valuable to trade with China for tea, but if this is true why did they want to open trade so much?
What do you think about the Turkey coup attempt? how ironic is it that Erdogan gives his speaches with ataturk's picture behind him
Did anything come of... something happening with Khan Academy?
Have you ever considered doing a series on Mansa Musa as one of the non-patron suggestions that are voted on?
Who is your favorite Emperor?
Going on historical video games, what time period would you like to explore via a game, and what features or mechanics would you like to include? Assume a sizeable budget and a dev team you trust.
Any aspect of U.S. history that particularly intrigues you or that we might see thrown into the topic hat in the near future?
Regarding my previous question: Was it the Chinese people who didn't want British products or was it the Emperor who didn't want his people to have British products? Didn't the emperor just want to protect domestic trade from cheaper English goods?
This one is for Lil! (Someone will have to read her answer out loud.) You mentioned that the Opium Wars series was important to you; could you talk about why?
With the election season coming up in the US, are there any topics directly related to US elections (presidential or otherwise) that you'd like to cover in the future?
Would you be willing to do an EH series covering the development of a world changing invention, such as the Atomic Bomb or Aviation?
How about a counterpoint to the "Who would you kill?" question: Who would you save to change history? Or alternatively, whose travel speed would you increase so that they arrive on time at their destination, when they historically would have arrived late?
What great story from history would you most enjoy seeing fictionalized? Reworked into a fantasy/scifi/other genre novel/tv series/film that tells the basic story but in some other fantastical setting?
Considering Nemesis wasn't even a Royal Navy ship, but was actually comissioned by the East India Company, could you elaborate on just how militarily powerful they were at the during the first half of the 19th century.
How about a counterpoint to the "Who would you kill?" question: Who would you save or bring to a critical location just-in-time to change history?
We base our history on books and stories that don't agree and try to work out what is likely to have actually happened. Today we have newspapers and other better records, yet we still argue over things that are pretty easy to verify as facts. How will history in the future be affected by the extra information (tm) we have today?
The tea trade and taxes on tea were a big deal in the lead up to US revolution. How does that connect to the British tea trade and the events that led up to Opium wars (if at all) ?
Any Recommendations for bands that sing about historical events? For example Sabaton or certain Iron Maiden songs
Where/How did you first learn of Urbino?
If you could kill one historical figure to alter history, who would you kill?
Is the opium war or any of its consequences still present in the mind of Chinese today, and what effect does it have on them, or their politics? Except Hong Kong, where it still seemed to be an issue when I visited.
Another pokemon go question. What's your opinion on the game, gameplaywise?
Speaking of what-ifs, are there any games that deal with interesting what-ifs, excluding Paradox game hijinks.
For the Extra Credits crew who left, what do they do now?
What software/hardware do you use for illustrating the episodes?
How accepting were the british of this whole business of getting another country addicted to a drug and enabling said addiction?
How many people are part of the EH team and what are all your roles in the production of an episode?
I asked Soraya this once upon a time, but what are the rest of the team's favorite counterfactuals or what-if's of history?
In the Opium War, did the Chinese get overwhelming confidence from their defeat of the VOC the last time Europeans tried to open the markets, or was that more less forgotten by both sides?
should congress create a modern Knights Templar but for trump.
What Pokemon go team are you guys on
Wih Battlefield One coming out are you thinking of doing more episodes on that period?