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I would not. Not even for £1m.
Like they're seriously gonna send you up there if you say yes.
you're on form this morning! depends on a number of factors really. Space would depress me, so I'd need a 6-a-side pitch, 11 other players, loads of rum and of course....the little baby monkey. he could be ball monkey.
it would be amazing.
(that's a yes. and if you're going to pay me £1m for the privilege then I'll take that, too).
I <3 space. Imagine seeing the moon?!
My mind is TOTALLY blown by the footage of Felix doing his fall! Amazing.
I went to an uninhabited island recently- no light pollution- it was the most incredible thing I've ever seen. The Milky Way was SO CLEAR.
I want to go to space. Immediately.
they need someone to clean the windows on the space shuttley thing. you're the guy. you'll need to eat space food and you have to poo trhough a tube.
real funny moment!!1
let me guess you want me to pay for training and then I'll get the money back plus the 1 million afterwards? I've been done like this before, never again.
and that you haven't swapped them over?
I do not think NASA would want to pay me £1m for the privilege.
if someone said they could fire you 3000 years into the future so you could see what it was like but you would have to live with the consequences of wherever you were, would you do it? like, you might just die through bad air or from the earth being gone but it might be like futurama.
try to leave the family and friends factor out of it because i think that holds most people back
i don't know if i would to be honest.
and wake up in a desert full of marauding feral children.
3000 years I don't really expect the human race to exist.
i guess we should all just take your word for it.
but we live underwater
experiencing zero gravity would be amazing. Plus no bad things ever happen in space.
just watched prometheus at the weekend.
Turns out you start spouting awful dialogue and exhibiting baffling behaviour if you go into space. You may get to bang charlize theron though.
Were you asked this question by Johnny Vaughan by any chance?
Classic laugh-at-the-deluded-arseholes-in-the-cruelest-way-possible telly.
everyone assumes its a joke but they actually do fire them into space with no way of getting back, so it still maintains that laugh-at-the-deluded-arseholes-in-the-cruelest-way-possible vibe.
what's so great about it? it's a bit dark andprobably really cold. ok, the view would be quite nice and the holiday snaps would be the talk of the town, but fucking hell, it's just dark nothingness as far as I can tell
Voyager 1 is now past pluto’s orbit 11 BILLION miles away. It takes light from the sun almost a day to reach something we launched into orbit currently traveling 35,000 miles per hour.
The vastness in itself is something to be in awe of and astonished by.
Sentimental answer: I think bigger when i'm in an open space. imagine if i was IN SPACE. Everything would be so clear.
Then I remember that I get quite anxious when traveling to unknown (terrestrial) locations.
So maybe I'll just stay on Earth and keep working my way through the US Office instead.
And you haven't even got the internet. Just a few Jackie Collin's books.
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