Sunday, April 08, 2012

Submarine Questions of the Week - Answers for 4/5/2012

For background to last week's questions go here.

Questions of the Week with ANSWER:

1) What became known as the remedy for Scurvy, a disease that was once among the limiting factors in maritime travel for passengers and crew over long voyages? ANS: Common citrus fruits (lemon, oranges, etc.)

2) Which item on the Alkaline-Forming Foods listing (linked above) will become the submarine dietary remedy for vaginal infections in women submarine crew in long voyages? ANS: An OPEN QUESTION, so far. The submarine community will provide the answer in due course (among each other).

PREDICTION: The answer to this item will eventually be among the first oolies [DEFINITION - Oolie - (Submarine) A difficult question that may not pertain to one's duties, or one that tests one's system knowledge to the limit. due to female sub crew members. source hazegray.org] relating to female sub crew members.

Submarines are always silent and strange.

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1 Comments:

At 10 April, 2012 23:27, Blogger Tom Goering said...

Huh, my answers must not have shown up. I had for 1. Vitamin C. and for 2. I mentioned spinach, but figured lima beans... :)

 

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