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2013-07-15 01:58:55 AM  
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StoPPeRmobile:


So it did? That's sexist.

This right here.  Killing the case for legitimate complaints on sexism the world over.

Good job, you.

Peki:

But yeah. Really? You couldn't have one of the guys do this one? What's next? She shows us how to make a sammich?

Get over yourself.  Her gender matters nothing to me, the very fact she's managed to get herself into space has earned my respect.  I don't particularly care how to wash long hair in space, but it is amusing to see them have to clown around with a different set of rules as relating to gravity.  This is why most people watch it.

But not you.  You are the stalwart crusader for feminism who refuses to see a female as human.  She has to be a machine, apparently.  For you.
2013-07-14 09:33:01 PM  
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Peki: styckx: Here is what I always wondered.. There have been numerous videos of astronauts using water in various ways and places on the ISS.. In each video varied sized droplets of water "escape" and float away somewhere..

What happens to those droplets? I mean..  The entire interior of the ISS can't be water proof right? I always wondered how a rogue water drop never accidentally floated its way into the motheboard of a PC or other crucial electronics device inside the ISS.

Can't find the citation, but heard that the HVAC system is designed to pick up the moisture from the air and then recycle it into drinking water. In that case, the answer to your mystery water droplet would be: evaporated.


You know how I know you didn't RTFA?
2013-07-14 07:17:49 PM  
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Peki : Because, after all, that's all a female astronaut is good for. Showing us how to do our hair in space.

Pick the other member of Expedition 36 that has enough hair to bother cutting in space.

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2013-07-14 06:01:30 PM  
1 votes:

styckx: Here is what I always wondered.. There have been numerous videos of astronauts using water in various ways and places on the ISS.. In each video varied sized droplets of water "escape" and float away somewhere..

What happens to those droplets? I mean..  The entire interior of the ISS can't be water proof right? I always wondered how a rogue water drop never accidentally floated its way into the motheboard of a PC or other crucial electronics device inside the ISS.


Can't find the citation, but heard that the HVAC system is designed to pick up the moisture from the air and then recycle it into drinking water. In that case, the answer to your mystery water droplet would be: evaporated.
 
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