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2021-09-17 4:22:10 PM  
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I think I'm in love with Hayley Arcenaux, FYI.  She just looks like she's having so much damn fun up there.
 
2021-09-17 4:24:12 PM  
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2021-09-17 4:25:54 PM  
They were busy minting NFT's
 
2021-09-17 4:56:28 PM  
Hey, hows it going up there?

shiatters full
 
2021-09-17 5:01:19 PM  
They made them eat cold pizza. Mosters.
 
2021-09-17 5:12:42 PM  
After watching her flip I'm wondering, if one of the folks in there kicked off the side of the ship and then collided with another person in mid air, and they both redirect their movement 90 degrees from their original vector, could the initial kick off the ship be enough to adjust its trajectory?
 
2021-09-17 5:13:01 PM  

TheMysteriousStranger: They made them eat cold pizza. Mosters.


Monsters too.
 
2021-09-17 5:14:46 PM  

SumoJeb: After watching her flip I'm wondering, if one of the folks in there kicked off the side of the ship and then collided with another person in mid air, and they both redirect their movement 90 degrees from their original vector, could the initial kick off the ship be enough to adjust its trajectory?


No.  To be in the mid air the other person would have had to push off the side as well, imparting their own force to the ship.

They're effectively gas molecules
 
2021-09-17 5:24:39 PM  

SumoJeb: After watching her flip I'm wondering, if one of the folks in there kicked off the side of the ship and then collided with another person in mid air, and they both redirect their movement 90 degrees from their original vector, could the initial kick off the ship be enough to adjust its trajectory?


Its possible for movement inside to create a spin around the center of mass, but you can't move the center of mass, it is fixed (well orbiting). If everyone moved to the other side of the ship, the ship would move a tiny bit, but the center of mass would stay the same.  Unless they kicked someone out!
 
2021-09-17 5:35:21 PM  

MindStalker: SumoJeb: After watching her flip I'm wondering, if one of the folks in there kicked off the side of the ship and then collided with another person in mid air, and they both redirect their movement 90 degrees from their original vector, could the initial kick off the ship be enough to adjust its trajectory?

Its possible for movement inside to create a spin around the center of mass, but you can't move the center of mass, it is fixed (well orbiting). If everyone moved to the other side of the ship, the ship would move a tiny bit, but the center of mass would stay the same.  Unless they kicked someone out!


Or something out. And that is, of course, how they maneuver: by tossing out molecules at high speed.
 
2021-09-17 5:41:26 PM  

TheMysteriousStranger: MindStalker: SumoJeb: After watching her flip I'm wondering, if one of the folks in there kicked off the side of the ship and then collided with another person in mid air, and they both redirect their movement 90 degrees from their original vector, could the initial kick off the ship be enough to adjust its trajectory?

Its possible for movement inside to create a spin around the center of mass, but you can't move the center of mass, it is fixed (well orbiting). If everyone moved to the other side of the ship, the ship would move a tiny bit, but the center of mass would stay the same.  Unless they kicked someone out!

Or something out. And that is, of course, how they maneuver: by tossing out molecules at high speed.


Don't most of us heathens toss out molecules on a nightly basis? I'm surprised it hasn't affect the earth's rotation...
 
2021-09-17 5:45:42 PM  

TheMysteriousStranger: MindStalker: SumoJeb: After watching her flip I'm wondering, if one of the folks in there kicked off the side of the ship and then collided with another person in mid air, and they both redirect their movement 90 degrees from their original vector, could the initial kick off the ship be enough to adjust its trajectory?

Its possible for movement inside to create a spin around the center of mass, but you can't move the center of mass, it is fixed (well orbiting). If everyone moved to the other side of the ship, the ship would move a tiny bit, but the center of mass would stay the same.  Unless they kicked someone out!

Or something out. And that is, of course, how they maneuver: by tossing out molecules at high speed.


No sir, the only way to manuever is to kick out passengers..
 
2021-09-17 5:48:45 PM  

MindStalker: TheMysteriousStranger: MindStalker: SumoJeb: After watching her flip I'm wondering, if one of the folks in there kicked off the side of the ship and then collided with another person in mid air, and they both redirect their movement 90 degrees from their original vector, could the initial kick off the ship be enough to adjust its trajectory?

Its possible for movement inside to create a spin around the center of mass, but you can't move the center of mass, it is fixed (well orbiting). If everyone moved to the other side of the ship, the ship would move a tiny bit, but the center of mass would stay the same.  Unless they kicked someone out!

Or something out. And that is, of course, how they maneuver: by tossing out molecules at high speed.

No sir, the only way to manuever is to kick out passengers..


Wanted: Flat earthers, Moon hoax believers, and people who think there is no gravity in space.
 
2021-09-17 5:54:49 PM  

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I think I'm in love with Hayley Arcenaux, FYI.  She just looks like she's having so much damn fun up there.


Same. My daughter also has titanium leg implants from a childhood tumor. When Hayley was first selected, I razzed her with "see what you could be doing!".
 
2021-09-17 5:55:43 PM  

Micosavo: TheMysteriousStranger: MindStalker: SumoJeb: After watching her flip I'm wondering, if one of the folks in there kicked off the side of the ship and then collided with another person in mid air, and they both redirect their movement 90 degrees from their original vector, could the initial kick off the ship be enough to adjust its trajectory?

Its possible for movement inside to create a spin around the center of mass, but you can't move the center of mass, it is fixed (well orbiting). If everyone moved to the other side of the ship, the ship would move a tiny bit, but the center of mass would stay the same.  Unless they kicked someone out!

Or something out. And that is, of course, how they maneuver: by tossing out molecules at high speed.

Don't most of us heathens toss out molecules on a nightly basis? I'm surprised it hasn't affect the earth's rotation...


Yeah but you do it in random directions, very little if any of your breath escapes the planet, and Earth is a lot more massive than everyone combined.

Earth's rotation does vary a little bit in a human timescale. Well enough to be measured by atomic clocks. Over geological time it has slowed down quite a bit. Using fossil coral the number of days in a year can be measured.
 
2021-09-17 6:43:54 PM  
Space orgy. That's what I would do.
 
2021-09-17 6:52:55 PM  

IgG4: Space orgy. That's what I would do.


There are 4 people up there and one is a billionaire. Who knows?
 
2021-09-17 7:30:32 PM  

IgG4: Space orgy. That's what I would do.


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Too messy
 
2021-09-17 10:20:10 PM  

GardenWeasel: IgG4: Space orgy. That's what I would do.

There are 4 people up there and one is a billionaire. Who knows?


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2021-09-17 11:28:26 PM  
My friend is wondering how long till the first zero-G sex tape, err, recording comes out.
 
2021-09-18 12:42:55 AM  

Lexx0001: My friend is wondering how long till the first zero-G sex tape, err, recording comes out.


Didn't they (professional pornographers) film one a few years back? 30 seconds at a time on a Vomit Comet.

/Heard about it, never seen any of it.
 
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