Brewster Rockit by Tim Rickard for August 28, 2021

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    Need coffee  9 months ago

    Pam is a better long term choice for NASA but Cliff is a better short term choice for society.

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    pschearer Premium Member 9 months ago

    Can we volunteer someone else? I’ve got a list.

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    Bilan  9 months ago

    We already have that. It’s called a prison.

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    Georgette Washington Bunny  9 months ago

    No, sign Cliff up, y’all could use a break from him.

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    jasonsnakelover  9 months ago

    Sounds like the lockdown during the pandemic.

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    Cactus-Pete  9 months ago

    So the habitat’s not going to be civilized?

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    Ratkin  9 months ago

    I have stronger opinions that you and I I’m going to … Drat! I deleted my Twitter account last month. [actually true, although I hadn’t used it in years].

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    Doug K  9 months ago

    Sometimes you just need the right incentive at the right time.

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    LawrenceS  9 months ago

    Covid-19 was a training run. I think a lot of us are ready to go.

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    kartis  9 months ago

    “… whereupon he was taken away, locked up, wrote a book and was finally sent into tax exile, which is the usual fate reserved for those who are determined to make fools of themselves in public.” Douglas Adams had a lot of good ideas.

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    Kroykali  9 months ago

    Farcebook is real good for this too.

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    Twelve Badgers in a Suit Premium Member 9 months ago

    Will a Mars habitat really be that cut off from civilization? It’s only about 15 minutes away for radio waves. Seems like you’d have a slow connection to the internet, but you could still have one.

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    mistercatworks  9 months ago

    Because of the radiation, people will have to live underground on Mars. Ever notice how few people on Earth choose to live underground for any extended period of time? Even remote duty at places like Antarctica is not popular. So, why do people think they would enjoy living on Mars where simple things like, oh, you know, OXYGEN can be hard to come by? The ONLY advantage to living on Mars would be the lower gravity. Living underground on the Moon would provide all the “advantages” of living on Mars, with even lower gravity.

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    jsimpso1  9 months ago

    Details here

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    Ermine Notyours  9 months ago

    If NASA could pay for a premium Comic Kingdom subcsription, you could spend the year reading reruns of Safe Havens.

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    retjeff  9 months ago

    i’d go with her

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    Buckeye67  9 months ago

    Unfortunately Pam, there are going to be Cliffs where ever you go.

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    WCraft Premium Member 9 months ago

    No wi-fi?

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    Dgwphotos  9 months ago

    But why would they take volunteers from the RU Stratus? They already have that experience, theoretically.

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    oakie817  9 months ago

    oh, you don’t have to know anything to have an opinion

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    eddi_tbh  9 months ago

    Sort of like the Biosphere II experiment. A year of isolation and a six month supply of air.

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    scottymac  9 months ago

    I’ve got a thing for Pam; I’ll go, if she goes!

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    Shikamoo  9 months ago

    Is his name Trump?

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