Re: joining concultures,was Re: Alternative histories and
|From:||Carlos Thompson <chlewey@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, January 26, 1999, 2:12|
(This message was suposed to go to the list, I think I sent it to only on=
> >Carlos, amid a very entertaining thread:
> >> 1723 (1657) London and York are bombed from Hangkerim ships.
> >They sailed up the Thames to bomb London, I guess, but how did they
> >bomb York? Is it possible to sail to York? (I don't have a map handy,
> >& I don't know where the river in York runs to.)
> Sure you can sail up to york. But you can't sail up to it in anything s=turdy
> enough to survive a sea voyage. York is riverboats only, and Im not too= sure
> even of that.
I guess I should have look at a map first :(.
I haven't decide yet which technology had Lemuraki and Hangkerim people a=
AD, but I dubt there where helium balloons. Then I supose there was not =
the city bombed from H. ships. Somebody knows which were England's most
important ports in XVII century?
In my time line there were trading ships by 1492 AD, many of them would h=
able to cross the Pacific or the Atlantic, but sailors saw no point in lo=
sight to shore... except probably in the middle of the Caribbean or the G=
Mexico. Probably some of the technology had been merged with Viking
technology... some sagas (my time line) tells about Erick the Red meeting=
fabulous peoples in what he called Vinland, but before Columbus, people i=
Europe thoght it was even more fabulous than Marco Polo's.
But even those Viking influences, I guess that the navy ships that came u=
England were too big to sail up to York.
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