No, I now see what the problem is and that should have fixed itI feel like I'm starting to become pedantic, but at the same time this sentence fragment is driving me up the wall.
I'll stop if you want.
No changeI haven't seen his name mentioned in some time: is Theodore Roosevelt still alive? And if so, how is his health?
Quentin's death is when TRs health really started going downhill OTL. If nothing's changed in regards to his health that would mean that Quentin's almost certainly dead as well.I don't think he said that. We were only discussing TR. I don't recall any mention of Quentin.
I thought the stuff was obsoleted by tear gas?Known as Adamsite, it alone was an annoyance rather than a lethal threat, being officially classed on its own as a non-lethal chemical agent. In modern times the substance is often used as a riot control agent and paired with various forms of teargas.
OTL the stuff is considered obsolete. That said the stuff is still sometimes used, Venezuela still uses it, because it can penetrate improvised protective gear much better than tear gasI thought the stuff was obsoleted by tear gas?
As the Author, who has a long term outline, YESAre you sure about that? Isn't tear gas banned for use in war while adamsite isn't? Looking at wiki about them, Adamsite seems less dangerous.
Huh. I'll have to make a note of that.OTL the stuff is considered obsolete. That said the stuff is still sometimes used, Venezuela still uses it, because it can penetrate improvised protective gear much better than tear gas
Yeah, I figured. This war alone is going to leave generational scars in excess of OTL--and the rest of the century is only going to get bloodier as a direct consequence.OTL is kinder and gentler world than TTL