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2022-01-25 4:18:05 PM  
Gobs of space sperm everywhere
 
2022-01-25 4:24:38 PM  
Just ban space sex until regular people are in space regularly.  Have the US shoot down bezos or musk if they try to have space sex.  No space sex for billionaires.

Problem solved.
 
2022-01-25 4:45:15 PM  
Centrifuge.  Mice.  LEO.  Design the self-cleaning cage and food/water dispensers, send it up with an inner 0.16g ring and an outer 0.36g ring, see what happens over the course of six months (you remembered the cameras and data link, right?), gas the little buggers, and bring the thing down for the postmortems.

We have zero data on long term partial g on invertebrates.  This one experiment would change that.
 
2022-01-25 4:48:06 PM  

Unsung_Hero: Centrifuge.  Mice.  LEO.  Design the self-cleaning cage and food/water dispensers, send it up with an inner 0.16g ring and an outer 0.36g ring, see what happens over the course of six months (you remembered the cameras and data link, right?), gas the little buggers, and bring the thing down for the postmortems.

We have zero data on long term partial g on invertebrates.  This one experiment would change that.


The same experiment but do with Bezos and Musk rather than mice.
 
2022-01-25 4:53:29 PM  
 
2022-01-25 4:58:41 PM  
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2022-01-25 5:00:18 PM  
Reproduction will almost certainly be relevant to a three-year mission to Mars.

No, it's irrelevant over a three-year mission. It's highly advisable that any female crew members not get pregnant for the duration of the mission. There is no need or good reason for reproduction to happen in that three-year span.
 
2022-01-25 5:08:50 PM  

puffy999: Gobs of space sperm everywhere


Now with photo

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2022-01-25 5:10:52 PM  

puffy999: Gobs of space sperm everywhere


Like living inside a snow globe.
 
2022-01-25 5:15:11 PM  

mrmopar5287: Reproduction will almost certainly be relevant to a three-year mission to Mars.

No, it's irrelevant over a three-year mission. It's highly advisable that any female crew members not get pregnant for the duration of the mission. There is no need or good reason for reproduction to happen in that three-year span.


If you can't fark in space, might as well not go.
 
2022-01-25 5:18:57 PM  

leeksfromchichis: mrmopar5287: Reproduction will almost certainly be relevant to a three-year mission to Mars.

No, it's irrelevant over a three-year mission. It's highly advisable that any female crew members not get pregnant for the duration of the mission. There is no need or good reason for reproduction to happen in that three-year span.

If you can't fark in space, might as well not go.


Farking is fine. We just don't need reproduction (conception all the way through birth) happening just yet.
 
2022-01-25 5:18:59 PM  

Unsung_Hero: Centrifuge.  Mice.  LEO.  Design the self-cleaning cage and food/water dispensers, send it up with an inner 0.16g ring and an outer 0.36g ring, see what happens over the course of six months (you remembered the cameras and data link, right?), gas the little buggers, and bring the thing down for the postmortems.

We have zero data on long term partial g on invertebrates.  This one experiment would change that.


I've seen a proposal to put pregnant women on mars on a train that keeps going around in a giant circle until birth, which sounds like snowpiercer but manages to make it even lamer.
 
2022-01-25 5:19:36 PM  

puffy999: Gobs of space sperm everywhere


Could be worse: https://www.vox.com/2015/5/26/8646675/apollo-10-turd-poop
 
2022-01-25 5:25:40 PM  

mrmopar5287: puffy999: Gobs of space sperm everywhere

Could be worse: https://www.vox.com/2015/5/26/8646675/apollo-10-turd-poop


TUUUURDS
INNNN
SPAAAAACE
 
2022-01-25 5:27:03 PM  

puffy999: mrmopar5287: puffy999: Gobs of space sperm everywhere

Could be worse: https://www.vox.com/2015/5/26/8646675/apollo-10-turd-poop

TUUUURDS
INNNN
SPAAAAACE


I've read that Alan Bean held it all the way to the moon and back. Basically cleaned himself out before launch and then ate low-residue glucose syrup and stuff for the entire mission.
 
2022-01-25 5:39:17 PM  

mrmopar5287: puffy999: mrmopar5287: puffy999: Gobs of space sperm everywhere

Could be worse: https://www.vox.com/2015/5/26/8646675/apollo-10-turd-poop

TUUUURDS
INNNN
SPAAAAACE

I've read that Alan Bean held it all the way to the moon and back. Basically cleaned himself out before launch and then ate low-residue glucose syrup and stuff for the entire mission.


They liked to feed astronauts lots of protein and avoid any fiber, which meant those capsules smelled pretty ripe.
 
2022-01-25 5:41:54 PM  

mrmopar5287: leeksfromchichis: mrmopar5287: Reproduction will almost certainly be relevant to a three-year mission to Mars.

No, it's irrelevant over a three-year mission. It's highly advisable that any female crew members not get pregnant for the duration of the mission. There is no need or good reason for reproduction to happen in that three-year span.

If you can't fark in space, might as well not go.

Farking is fine. We just don't need reproduction (conception all the way through birth) happening just yet.


But without birthright, how do we claim Red Mars?
 
2022-01-25 5:43:59 PM  
If my wife were going into space, I'd be disappointed if she didn't get into the space high club with someone there.  I wouldn't normally encourage my wife to find someone else to have sex with, but I think being in space is an exception and everyone should try to get that done if they have the chance.

If I were going into space, I'd tell my wife ahead of time that I was going to get it if I could....and I think she'd understand in spite of being a bit annoyed.
 
2022-01-25 5:47:10 PM  

lectos: Unsung_Hero: Centrifuge.  Mice.  LEO.  Design the self-cleaning cage and food/water dispensers, send it up with an inner 0.16g ring and an outer 0.36g ring, see what happens over the course of six months (you remembered the cameras and data link, right?), gas the little buggers, and bring the thing down for the postmortems.

We have zero data on long term partial g on invertebrates.  This one experiment would change that.

The same experiment but do with Bezos and Musk rather than mice.


I don't think those two can reproduce by themselves. I mean, we should run the experiment anyway, but don't expect a lot of results.

/ one year?
// three?
/// more?
 
2022-01-25 5:47:44 PM  

Explodo: If my wife were going into space, I'd be disappointed if she didn't get into the space high club with someone there.  I wouldn't normally encourage my wife to find someone else to have sex with, but I think being in space is an exception and everyone should try to get that done if they have the chance.

If I were going into space, I'd tell my wife ahead of time that I was going to get it if I could....and I think she'd understand in spite of being a bit annoyed.


I'd be willing to give her a discount so she can ride my rocket ship while riding in my rocket ship.
 
2022-01-25 5:50:37 PM  

Can't_Think_Of_A_Name: lectos: Unsung_Hero: Centrifuge.  Mice.  LEO.  Design the self-cleaning cage and food/water dispensers, send it up with an inner 0.16g ring and an outer 0.36g ring, see what happens over the course of six months (you remembered the cameras and data link, right?), gas the little buggers, and bring the thing down for the postmortems.

We have zero data on long term partial g on invertebrates.  This one experiment would change that.

The same experiment but do with Bezos and Musk rather than mice.

I don't think those two can reproduce by themselves. I mean, we should run the experiment anyway, but don't expect a lot of results.


Woe to the world if life finds a way with that unholy union.
 
2022-01-25 5:53:27 PM  
If we cure aging, we can stop reproducing.

But for the record, we already reproduce in space every day.
 
2022-01-25 6:30:37 PM  

KB202: If we cure aging, we can stop reproducing.

But for the record, we already reproduce in space every day.


I wish
 
2022-01-25 6:38:57 PM  
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/this is relevant to my interests
 
2022-01-25 8:48:28 PM  

puffy999: Gobs of space sperm everywhere


Not only that, a lot of women (how do I say this tastefully?) get uh, wet when they get busy. This could be a problem also.
 
2022-01-25 9:36:13 PM  
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2022-01-26 7:59:51 AM  

iToad: puffy999: Gobs of space sperm everywhere

Not only that, a lot of women (how do I say this tastefully?) get uh, wet when they get busy. This could be a problem also.


Gobs of quivering quim juice?
 
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