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Comment: Re:Why? (Score 1) 521

by EzInKy (#47448453) Attached to: Predicting a Future Free of Dollar Bills

First thought, if your "business" couldn't survive for a mere 45 days without income then your business was was underfunded to start with, and I believe that underfunding is one of the biggest causes of new business failures. I would hope that you should consider your "been there, done that" as a lesson that you should never start an enterprise that you can't fund without income for at least a year.

Comment: Re:Built-in resuscitator, please (Score 1) 83

by EzInKy (#47312389) Attached to: What Happens If You Have a Heart Attack In Space?

Wouldn't it be much more expedient to only allow those who don't worry about such things to go into space? This really is such a low priority issue it is almost laughable. There is so much more important survival factors to focus research on instead of wasting it whether someone with undected artheroscralosis survives.

Comment: Re:huh (Score 1) 83

by EzInKy (#47312351) Attached to: What Happens If You Have a Heart Attack In Space?

None have diied of a heart attack so far, and there's no reason for the great unwashed to fund research/technology to handle some future hypothetical event. If that's an issue for you, simply don't volunteer. No one has ever been forced onto a ride to space, non-humans excluded.

Exactly! It way too early to worry about anything except perhaps to screen out those most likely to have an MI during spaceflight.

Comment: Prescreening still best (Score 1) 83

by EzInKy (#47312317) Attached to: What Happens If You Have a Heart Attack In Space?

At this stage of the game it would probably make more sense to limit space travel to those with the lowest risk factors rather than waste money on treatment. First and foremost, research today should be 100% geared to how to successfully and consistently move humans from this planet to another. Treatments for the less than healthy can wait until that is accomplished.

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