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as beings i think humans are pretty screwed. instead of just doing something, we think about it, sometimes, MOST times too much. there is something we want to do and we can picture the one way that will make us happy, but then we thing about the 286+ was that will make us miserable. to quote Carbon Leaf, “when your tears dry, let your troubles roll by.” have a great day.
“Aye, no thankst” as Popeye would say.
No rhyme or reason is better than play.
Grief and worry ‘cause of things in your head,
Sweating your of death before you are dead.
Toss those worries aside and live for the day.
by matthew t. cody
Translation of The Stars We Wrecked is finished! Anna Jurisova, who is the translator, sent me complete The Stars We Wrecked! I read the manuscript and I can say that translation is very good, excelent. I´m very happy now!
Anna Jurisova will send controlled and completed manuscript to DonnaInk Publications, LLC on June 15.
The Stars We Wrecked can be published at the end of July.
This is interesting. What are your thoughts?
To dramatically cut the cost of its future manned missions to Mars, NASA is testing a sci-fi sounding technique of placing the crew in stasis. The deep sleep conditions would also reduce psychological challenges for the astronauts during the 180-day trip.
Adopting a technique commonly used in hospitals to bring about stasis, or sleep, in patients undergoing critical care, NASA partnered with Spaceworks, an aerospace engineering firm, to research how inducing hibernation could benefit a crew traveling for six months to Mars.
To bring about stasis astronauts would have their body temperature lowered to around 89-93 degrees Fahrenheit (31.6 – 33.9 Celsius) resulting in significant drop of the heart and respiration rates. To do so a tube will be inserted in their nose which releases a cooling agent while the sleeping crew member is fed through an intravenous tube. The crew would be kept in that condition for the entire…
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