Re: Fish in Space

From: Ross A. Finlayson (
Date: Sat Aug 12 2000 - 09:59:06 MDT

What kind of animals should we send to space? There is not much air. The animals
take about as much biomass as humans do, or rather, they can be compared. Anaerobic
bacteria can probably grow in places without air if the other materials are present.

Will Russia still land on Mars in 2030? Before? When was there last time of
actually sending people to Mars?

I think a lot of animals and people can move to space.

About the superconductor, perhaps you could use it as a laminate on train rails to
allow dual use of the rails by regular diesel or electric trains by trains that are
levitated barely above the rails, with the wheels kept to speed.

There are many, many applications of superconductors.


Ross A. Finlayson wrote:

> Besides fish, there can be birds, even insects.
> This is different, but what about superconductors?
> Superconductors and superconductor technology can be used for many, many things.
> How much does it really cost to do these kinds of things?
> Ross
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