Re: OT: HP P*sses off China
- From: Alan Feldman <alanfeldman48@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 22 Apr 2010 16:13:45 -0700 (PDT)
On Apr 21, 11:08 am, koeh...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Bob
In article <f1edb198-a5f2-4f1b-9ebb-615cdd686...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Alan Feldman <alanfeldma...@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
As for a trip to Mars: Don't we already know that there's bone loss
for people spending a significant amount of time in zero-G? Going to
Mars would require simulated gravity as was done in 2001: a space
odyssey with a spinning room.
That's not the only solution, and Hollywood ignored a great many
problems that it causes.
If it's not too much trouble, can you please provide some details? I'm
not challenging you; I'm simply curious. I have since realized that
making a large spinning room would add quite a lot to payload! Please
tell us some of the other problems. Again: I'm not saying you're
wrong; I'm just interested the problems.
If you'd rather not post, send me email if you don't mind
.. . . = n48
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