or, more accurately, when they are in the earth's shadow (not that common in high orbits, but regular for anything in LEO)
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and if this was sci-fi you would have a point... but when it comes to physics I would like at least some kind of qualifications to ensure that the author isn't just blowing smoke up peoples backside (while taking their money).
that was exactly what I was wondering... what, precisly is so shocking about a scientist who has faith? That only describes the VAST majority of professional and armchair scientists I know (yes, anacdotal... bite me
so basically the trick is to fall down and miss?
my point was that the whole "it's exercise" thing is kinda lost when looked at the big picture. Yes, getting out and moving is good for you, breathing in coal dust for 12h a day for 20 years.... kinda offsets any perks you get from the exercise.
ya, go down into that coal mine and get some fresh air!
quick! to the Liberation-mobile!
but those rules are as an HP employee, what about when you are no longer employed by HP?
cause the guys at the top are the ones making that decision, and would never dream of putting something like that in that may one day limit their ability to make millions.
simple nail polish remover will do the job extremely well.
the kind of support they get when they are giving themselves a raise.