Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 03Mach1, Mar 16, 2007.
That's actually pretty cool.
heh. i got my timmah thread closed the last time.
pretty cool theyre offering up seats to fund charities. dont care much for the anti grav thingie but must be pretty to be able to look down on earth. hope will still be around by the time they make these things affordable.
[pedantism]You wouldn't really be able to look down on the Earth, as the rides take place on windowless Boeing 727 cargo planes at an altitude 4,000 feet lower than your average commercial flight.[/pedantism]
Either way it sounds like a really cool experience, I've always wanted to take a ride on one of those zero-g flights.
"Wow! This is pretty coo*"
*gets hit by Hawking's wheelchair*
sumthin tells me he's gonna have trouble keeping his lunch down...and his excrements in
"Back once again in the motherfucking ring! H to the A to the W-KING. When I roll, I roll it heavy and I roll it fat, packing bitches in my Chevy and a clip in my gat"
If I had the money, I'd SO go! M.C. Hawking for life, biyotches!
I should bid for Kevin Bacon to join him:
1. He's done zero-g before;
2. Then I can be connected to Prof. Hawking in Six Degrees or less.
saw that, but i was talking abt current progress of commercializing (sub)space flights.
foster: kevin prolly take that opportunity just to flash his wang on camera. again.
hes like, the ewan mcgregor of the US actor set.
Yeah, but does he fall short of McGregor's standard?
I don't want to have to watch a Kevin Bacon movie unless I have to.
I wouldn't even care about the ride in the air craft. Meeting Stephen Hawking would be AWESOME.
This seems stupid a Quadradepledligic Scienctist going to ride a Space Ship WTF
Why is it stupid?
Because Autovolt came from outer space himself, and he considers such primitive excursions into "simply" the atmosphere to be comparatively wasteful, unexciting and pointless. Back to Mars with you, Autovolt!
shh, dont encourage him.
Say it with me.
QUA. DRA. PLE. GIC.
And what the hell does his illness have to do with it?
I wonder how they are going to do this with him, I mean are they just gonna let the wheelchair float free when in zero g fall, or are they going to let him out of the chair? Cause if they let him out of the chair it would be hard to have someone in position to catch him when gravity returns, and if they let the wheelchair float free he wouldn't really be able to control where it goes and it could hit someone. And no, I'm not being a smart ass, I am actually curious.
Not to mention it isn't a spaceship.
He may very well leave the wheelchair on the ground. I would.
the could strap him to a handler/guy i guess. a lot safer than having a wheelchair floating aoround.
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