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Re: Scott Kelly and the Space Station

I'm am a fearful flyer, so I wouldn't make it out of the atmosphere before hyperventilating and having an episode. {#emotions_dlg.blushing}. I'm too selfish to go away to space for a year. I have such a small family that if something happened to one of my sisters or nieces families and I couldn't be on earth with them, the guilt would destroy me.

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Re: Scott Kelly and the Space Station

On 3/29/2015 Shorty2U said:

I wouldn't do it, so I commend them for their bravery. However, I think its about time we use money to take better care of earth, (and stop living in denial before its too late), instead of having all of these space voyages.


I so agree with you.

It's expensive and we're already polluting outer space.

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Re: Scott Kelly and the Space Station

On 3/29/2015 Shorty2U said:

I wouldn't do it, so I commend them for their bravery. However, I think its about time we use money to take better care of earth, (and stop living in denial before its too late), instead of having all of these space voyages.

I get your point, but I see no reason we can't do both.

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Re: Scott Kelly and the Space Station

Interesting about the twins. No I wouldn't go. So I wouldn't take anything. ;-)

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Re: Scott Kelly and the Space Station

On 3/29/2015 millieshops said:
On 3/29/2015 Shorty2U said:

I wouldn't do it, so I commend them for their bravery. However, I think its about time we use money to take better care of earth, (and stop living in denial before its too late), instead of having all of these space voyages.

I get your point, but I see no reason we can't do both.

I agree. It doesn't have to be either or. We can do both.

Although your definition of denial is probably very different than mine.