• Are there taller mountains in China compared to Ireland?

    Best answer: The tallest point in Ireland is Carrauntoohil, at 1,038 meters. In China, there are at least 98 mountains taller than that. They range from Mt. Everest at 8,848 meters, down to Mt. Longmen at 1,087 meters.
    Best answer: The tallest point in Ireland is Carrauntoohil, at 1,038 meters. In China, there are at least 98 mountains taller than that. They range from Mt. Everest at 8,848 meters, down to Mt. Longmen at 1,087 meters.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • What countries are near the Arctic besides the obvious 2 like Russia and Canada?

    Best answer: USA, Norway, Sweden
    Best answer: USA, Norway, Sweden
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is ageing inevitable?

    7 answers · 5 days ago
  • Where is the Caribbean Deep Blue Sea?

    Best answer: In the Atlantic Ocean.
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    A stupid question deserves a stupid answer
    Best answer: In the Atlantic Ocean.
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    A stupid question deserves a stupid answer
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • Are Italy and Germany the same country since they are next to each other?

    Best answer: no, and they are not, Switzerland and Austria are in between them.
    Best answer: no, and they are not, Switzerland and Austria are in between them.
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • What states are the northeast in the U.S?

    Best answer: NY, Maine,
    Best answer: NY, Maine,
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is really that a big part of white americans are germans?

    Best answer: Well, they are not Germans, but they are descended from Germans. And a lot of non-White Americans too, because they have intermarried over the centuries. Probably 44,000,000 US citizens have some German ancestry. A few Germans arrived with the first British colonists in America; and there were German colonies in... show more
    Best answer: Well, they are not Germans, but they are descended from Germans.
    And a lot of non-White Americans too, because they have intermarried over the centuries.
    Probably 44,000,000 US citizens have some German ancestry.
    A few Germans arrived with the first British colonists in America; and there were German colonies in the late 1600s. That is, there were colonies of German people; the colonies belonged to the British.
    But the largest number of German immigrants arrived between 1820 and 1920. Notice that WWI happened during this time. During WWI, there were a few German-Americans who supported Germany, but very few.
    BTW, the Amish came originally from Germany, and they still speak Low German. But of course they have no political affiliation whatever, in accordance with their beliefs.
    Of course, descendants of Germans generally were well and fully assimilated by the time of the World Wars, and identified as Americans not Germans. By WWII, nobody in the US supported Nazi Germany, as they had heard the news about them since 1939.
    Interestingly, a US resident who is a citizen of a country we are at war with is officially called an "enemy alien." A lot of German residents of the US hurried to become US citizens as enmity between the US and Germany grew, and especially once war was declared in 1941.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is everyone in South America Brazilian?

    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Flat Earthers how do you explain this picture?
  • Is Los New England in England?

    Someone Told me that new England is in America that is breaking news to me since I was thought England was now just called New England! Am I just really dumb or is my friend lying to me please say my friend is lying to me or else I realise why are so bad in geography in school!
    Someone Told me that new England is in America that is breaking news to me since I was thought England was now just called New England! Am I just really dumb or is my friend lying to me please say my friend is lying to me or else I realise why are so bad in geography in school!
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Now you put on your glasses and tell me if South America is not connected to the Antarctic by an isthmus?
  • Are white americans english people?

    Best answer: I am pretty white but only partly of English ancestry if that answers your question. Lots of non-english contribution including Dutch, Danish, German, and even Spanish. Probably other stuff too if I looked in the records. You know, a typical mongrel American.
    Best answer: I am pretty white but only partly of English ancestry if that answers your question. Lots of non-english contribution including Dutch, Danish, German, and even Spanish. Probably other stuff too if I looked in the records. You know, a typical mongrel American.
    23 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • If you go south from Los Angeles, CA and keep going, what is the first foreign country you enter?

    As a challenge, tell me what country without looking at a map.
    As a challenge, tell me what country without looking at a map.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is Europe in spain?

    26 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Are There Any Parts of Saginaw That Are Within the Greater Detroit/Metro Detroit Area?

    I have this friend and he's been living and working in Saginaw, Michigan for about 2 years. Recently, he updated his updated his Linkedin location, which new show Greater Detroit Area. Before that, it was his old location that he lived at a few years back and just didn't bother to change it, so I guess he... show more
    I have this friend and he's been living and working in Saginaw, Michigan for about 2 years. Recently, he updated his updated his Linkedin location, which new show Greater Detroit Area. Before that, it was his old location that he lived at a few years back and just didn't bother to change it, so I guess he just wanted to update it after all this time. I googled the surrounding area of Michigan and can't find a right answer. I see that Saginaw is part of the Tri-Cities area, and that is part of Greater/Metro Detroit. I'm not exactly sure.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago