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Old Jul 29, 2008, 01:38 AM   #121
davecallaway200
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Re: QUESTION: Why will we ultimately leave earth?

well they do have exercise machines on the ISS, but they dont really have the room to put full-scale machines up there, yet. I prefer gravity so i would rather be on the Moon or Mars, would love to live on Mars.

In this one show back in 1991, called Plymouth, one the characters used a spin-table to simulate earth normal gravity cause she got pregnant. Plymouth was pilot but its ratings werent so good, so it didnt picked up. I loved it, it was a fairly realistic portrayal(no fancy sci-fi stuff) of what day-to-day life might be like on the moon. Just wish it could have been turned into a regular series.
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