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(Space.com)   Without gravity, the fluid around an astronaut's brain moves in weird ways. Heavy   (space.com) divider line
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4 days ago  
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4 days ago  
Trumper would be good to go in space.
 
4 days ago  
My cousin told me when he was on the shuttle your head fills up with fluid and you feel stuffed up the whole time. All the food tasted different because of that, so everyone started stealing other peoples food because they didn't like how their meals tasted in space.
 
3 days ago  
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3 days ago  

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I certainly hope brains perform better in microgravity than lava lamps would.
 
3 days ago  
BrainPal: :::I am Asshole:::
 
2 days ago  

OldJames: My cousin told me when he was on the shuttle your head fills up with fluid and you feel stuffed up the whole time. All the food tasted different because of that, so everyone started stealing other peoples food because they didn't like how their meals tasted in space.


Stick ur head out the airlock.

Itll unstuff real quick.
 
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