posted on Dec, 14 2013 @ 12:27 PM
reply to post by AliceBleachWhite
You have trouble with reading comprehension don't you? ZERO gravity is what is referred to in what I linked. There is no gravity in space not micro
gravity, ZERO gravity. Also you are assuming that hypothetical being was in space for a few days. What if it was in space for years? NASA themselves
say the effects may become irreversible when it comes to the amount of bone damage and muscle atrophy. But keep thinking that you have it all figured
out based on the confines of earths atmosphere and human biology.
It would seem some people have ZERO facility for Science, or learning of any kind.
Gravity keeps the planet Earth in an orbit around the Sun.
Gravity keeps everything in a solar system, regardless the solar system tied to a parent star.
Thus, no matter how far away anyone or anything is from the Sun in our Solar System, even out into the Oort Cloud where comets spend most of their
time, Gravity in some measure, regardless of how weak, will be experienced.
Go anywhere in this Galaxy, or in The Universe, and there is always some volume of Density somewhere exerting influence, and warping space-time.
Even if you were the only thing in the entirety of the Universe, your own body warps space-time ever so slightly such that you take Gravity everywhere
It's pretty embarrassing I have to explain this.