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View Poll Results: A Space Field Trip: Would you go?

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    OH HELL, YEAH!!! I'd go in a heartbeat (Well, I'd depart for the space station in a heart beat, I'd like my actual trip to be longer.)
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    This week, a million fraternity brothers rushed to join NASA. The reason: scientists have discovered beer in space.
    Well, not beer exactly. But they did find alcohol: ethyl alcohol, to be precise, the active ingredient in all major alcoholic drinks (antifreeze Jell-O shots, quite obviously, are exempted from this category). Three British scientists, Drs. Tom Millar, Geoffrey MacDonald and Rolf Habing, discovered this interstellar Everclear floating in a gas cloud in the contellation of Aquila (sign of the Eagle, the mascot of Anheuser-Busch! Hmmmmm).

    We can get wasted in the far regions of Andromeda all lightyear long!!

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    That's a cool idea. I'm down!

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    When do we leave? Seriously, I don't need to pack, I'm good to go this instant.

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    An interesting point.

    Personally the Geostationary Earth Orbit seems more appealing.

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    Technically, we're already in space. On a spheroid called Earth.

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    No we're not. A spheroid - or elipsoid - is only an approximation.

    Geoid.

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    From the standpoint of a curious scientist ESTP human: YES

    From the standpoint of the Father of two, who would fail in his life purpose if his space shuttle blew up on the launchpad: NO

    Oh, responsibility, how it doth cure the adventurous spirit...
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