Re: biological changes to make humans able to adapt to space
Sat, 4 Dec 1999 00:27:05 EST

In a message dated 12/3/99 11:13:29 PM Central Standard Time, writes:

> there are
> still the issues of air pressure and temperature - any ideas?

full body panty hose...

really. very tight against low pressure...

And does vacumn have a tempeture? Is the "fridgid depths of space' real or a bogus holiwood meme?

What is the tempeture of a vacumn? how come it keeps my coffee hot in the thermos?

Would sweat in a vacumn cool you?

EvMick <------thinks cooling might be more of a problem in space than heating..