posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 03:27 AM
I believe the operative term here is "CRACKERS", and Charles Berry is indeed that, full on CRACKERSreply to
post by choos
Where in the world did Berry come up with this stuff ? I actually could not believe it, I really could not, can't, won't, shan't.
"It's serious, if he were on Earth. I'd have him in ICU being treated for a heart attack." Endeavour's cabin atmosphere was 100% oxygen (when in
space), so it was decided that he was in no serious danger by Dr. Charles Berry. Specifically "In truth,...he's in an ICU. He's getting one
hundred percent oxygen, he's being continuously monitored, and best of all, he's in zero g. Whatever strain his heart is under, well, we can't do
better than zero g."
In truth, he's in an ICU ? Berry would have him in an ICU being treated for a heart attack ? Endeavour's cabin was 100 % O2 and so he was in no
danger ? He's being continuously monitored and best of all he is in zero g ?
Excuse me while I wet my pants laughing.... Sorry, this one is really that bad...... Any medical people out there make heads or tails of this ?
edit on 10-6-2012 by decisively because: caps