Col. Chris Hadfield on the effects of weightlessness

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+15 1. Tiger_Jack commented 9 years ago

Our real spaceman! :)
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+6 2. txo commented 9 years ago

Amazing. Life is really a walk of evolution. Imagine how it will be a man after a few thousands of generations spended in that conditions!
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+6 3. cameramaster commented 9 years ago

#2 Considering the large number of spineless MP's we have in the UK at the moment Id say a certain section of the human race has already spent a "few" generations in space...and returned.
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+5 4. kaleemyork commented 9 years ago

i want a listen him continue continue continue continue,,,,,,,
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+2 5. h8isgr8 commented 9 years ago

Space will never take away that killer 'stache of his!
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+4 6. MakeTnotWar commented 9 years ago

#3 But there are people in the UK with more spine than you would expect from them. Ingrid Loyau-Kennet is one of those people.
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0 7. JohnMichael commented 9 years ago

You would think an astronaut would know not to call it osteoporosis when it's actually spaceflight osteophenia. Neither osteoporosis or osteogenesis imperfecta are generic names for "brittle bones"..
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+1 8. jackDjohnson commented 9 years ago

To the Moon Alice !! :D
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+3 9. sux2bu commented 9 years ago

#6 She was very brave to do what she did, but just think
how much better it could have turned out if an armed
citizen had been nearby......two dead terrorists and one
saved military man.
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-1 10. mrespman commented 9 years ago

#6 Or maybe he's an astronaut, not a medical doctor. The man has lived in space. I say he can call it whatever the hell he pleases.