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we cant leave this planet..we are in a firmament..russia and usa shot missles in the 1960s to break the firmament..no luck..we know the earth is flat and the sun and the moon is in this hemisphere like 2 magnets controlling the time consortum..the ice is all at the edges to control water distribution..antartica is boundless and nasa is all lies and disney cgi.
Mark Rober Could you do this with a fertilized egg so that it would hatch in space? It'd almost certainly need to be named Mork. My dream job would be preparing places for space colonies..
I'm pretty sure that the mattress was unnecessary, because an egg won't break travelling at terminal velocity if it lands on grass, so you could've just used a field.
LOOKS FLAT TO ME
That's impressive, now make a two-egg omelet with only eggs that have been in space.
I should think that egg would have frozen in space and hard boiled on it's way down. Correct me if I'm wrong as I didn't have the time or energy to watch all the program.
Making Brain farts reality while making money is probably the best thing that happens to an engineer
Why would the cord to pull a space balloon be so long?
This goes to show that integrated and end to end testing is important and engineers are notorious for ignoring this.
This could be a movie and the title is
Its like Apollo 13 but with the new moon mission
Is it a bird
Is it a plane
No Is egg
How do you avoid getting in planes way? just curious