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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkprinny
    The main questions are
    Who will livein in space for a long time effect the human body
    It has been said that people that have been in a zero G enviroment for a few eeks find it hard to stand on Earth
    They are comin up with ways to combat this mainly by strapein them on to a treadmill so the get there legs workin
    I think they cant put a Wii on bored

    Food supplies
    Rations will only last for so long and how will plants and indeed animals cope with zero G

    What will happen to a persons mind (thinks of all them sci fi films)
    You cant play with lego in space
    Now granted they could probably take the game Disgaea and its sequals with them but that will only take up a year or so

    Comunicatin with people back on Earth
    We know theres a delay but the futher away you get from Earth the longer it takes
    Phone sex is outa the question
    Zero G - Its possible to induce gravity in a spacecraft, i just don't know how.

    Communication - With my satellite internet it takes about 2 seconds on vent for my messages to hit others. Thats only 28k miles up, so we'd probably have to think of an alternative to satellite communication. MAYBE A GIANT PHONE LINE?!

    Food Source - Food from a toob, problem solved! But srsly, that could be a problem. Even with the teraforming of solid planets the soil will pry not be fertile enough to grow crops up dar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorkfish
    Zero G - Its possible to induce gravity in a spacecraft, i just don't know how.

    Communication - With my satellite internet it takes about 2 seconds on vent for my messages to hit others. Thats only 28k miles up, so we'd probably have to think of an alternative to satellite communication. MAYBE A GIANT PHONE LINE?!

    Food Source - Food from a toob, problem solved! But srsly, that could be a problem. Even with the teraforming of solid planets the soil will pry not be fertile enough to grow crops up dar.
    Gravaty is for planets gose off the mass of it
    Small (Murcury)planets less
    Pig planets (Saturn) Loads
    So maybe if it rotates

    Thats all they need in space
    A 56K connection

    We are yet to find a never endin food sorce
    But food supliys are runin out on this planet (to meny people)
    I think we need to start doin a Battle Royal style thing in schools


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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkprinny
    Gravaty is for planets gose off the mass of it
    Small (Murcury)planets less
    Pig planets (Saturn) Loads
    So maybe if it rotates

    Thats all they need in space
    A 56K connection

    We are yet to find a never endin food sorce
    But food supliys are runin out on this planet (to meny people)
    I think we need to start doin a Battle Royal style thing in schools
    Major truth right there, but lets not get off topic.

    Humans are know for their ability to adapt, if we live on mercury (too close to sun so can't anyway) or Saturn (big ball of gas so cant) we will find a way to compensate for the little or large amounts of gravity.

    And to the 56k connection, hell, better than nothing.
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    Mars is the only planet thats considerd stable for US

    But thanks to the Sky at Night (tv program with the legend Sir Patrick Moore) I have seen what we will evolve into if we do end up on there

    56k connection
    half a hour to watch a 60 secound youtube vid


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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkprinny
    Mars is the only planet thats considerd stable for US

    But thanks to the Sky at Night (tv program with the legend Sir Patrick Moore) I have seen what we will evolve into if we do end up on there

    56k connection
    half a hour to watch a 60 secound youtube vid
    Satellite connection then, we be in space w/e
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    I found out recently that what I believe, is exactly the same as Stephen Hawking. The universe came out of nothing, and it made itsself by itsself.
    I believe in Time Travel, the warping of space-time, and I'm looking forward to when Dr Ronald Mallett completes his funds, and begins work on his machine.

    I do also believe in alternate universes, perhaps stacked up between different 'Branes'. The whole Brane thing is just an estimated guess by scientists at the moment, nothing can be proved. But, like I said, I think there is an infinite amount of universes out in the 'nothing'.

    Enoch was right.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Napalmbrain

    I think the Universe is infinitely large, since the current evidence points towards a "flat" universe. For you guys, a flat universe is one in which the rules of Euclidean geometry (the geometry you learn in school, rather than the various types of geometry in general relativity) apply. If it is flat, then the Universe is infinitely large, and the expansion of the Universe is actually the gaps between galaxies getting larger. It's possible the Universe is "closed" (sort of like living on the surface of a balloon) or "open" (similar to a flat universe, but with hyperbolic geometry instead) too. It all depends on the value of the density parameter Ω, which is thought to be close to or exactly 1.

    Haha I've heard about this! I personally can relate and understand the "open", saddle-shaped universe. I've read up a bit on astrophysics ("The Universe - A Biography" by John Gribbin is an amazing read), and I love it! I'm not really convinced with the Big Crunch though... Doesn't work for me.

    I'm personally more into astrobiology though ("Life in the Universe" by Lewis E. Dartnell - EVEN BETTER THAN HARRY POTTER).

    Inducing gravity on space-craft... I'd feel cheated.

    Quote Originally Posted by DP
    Who will livein in space for a long time effect the human body
    Presuming you meant how, people are becoming more and more able to spend extended periods in space. One of the things that the ISS has been good for is exploring this idea. People learning to monitor and look after their body in microgravity will put us in good stead for the planned missions for Mars after 2020.

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    Still forming my ideas...

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    String isnt' out of the question.

    @ Prinny. To simulate gravity, you just need pressure, a human centrifuge would do just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRMARIO
    I found out recently that what I believe, is exactly the same as Stephen Hawking. The universe came out of nothing, and it made itsself by itsself.
    I believe in Time Travel, the warping of space-time, and I'm looking forward to when Dr Ronald Mallett completes his funds, and begins work on his machine.

    I do also believe in alternate universes, perhaps stacked up between different 'Branes'. The whole Brane thing is just an estimated guess by scientists at the moment, nothing can be proved. But, like I said, I think there is an infinite amount of universes out in the 'nothing'.
    One of the main thoreys of time macheian is when ones bulit you get go back before it was bult because it whouldnt exist

    Other wise we whould have them now


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    In Communist Russia, no.

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