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#27 - This creeps me the **** out, but I can't stop grinning.  [+] (1 reply) 06/10/2016 on Japanese all make the same... +8
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#45 - larrisawsome (06/10/2016) [-]
Of course! No matter how creepy they are, somebody wishing you to have a nice day will bring a smile to your face!
#20 - Air resistance would be the exact thing that would allow you t…  [+] (4 replies) 06/10/2016 on He broke mirror's edge +20
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#27 - therealtjthemedic (06/10/2016) [-]
...I never said you'd get stuck there, that's made obvious by the parent comment where the solution is presented, but I interpreted your statement to mean that you would not be able to become stationary away from any walls.
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#23 - atomschlumpf (06/10/2016) [-]
This is definitely a problem, especially in the larger early habitats. You can very easily forget where you are and as soon as you are out of reach of anything and slowly drift through the habitat you're fucked. Yes it's not a problem of "shit, now I'm gonna starve to death" stuck, but it could take hours until you reach a surface again.

The swimming motion works, but it's nowehre as effective as one would think. Just wave your arm through the air and see how little resistance you feel. This whole dilemma would be epsecially troublesome in the event of an emergency where you can't do anything because you're fucking stuck floating through the empty habitat
#22 - ygdosst (06/10/2016) [-]
You can but the question is how long would it take trying to swim through something as thin as air, it would be significantly slower than actual swimming.
I'd still mark it as a potential hazard, not by anything like getting stuck there, but it could interrupt time sensitive operations.
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#24 - doctorhue (06/10/2016) [-]
You would already have to go at near 0 speed for that to happen, so I rather doubt it would ever be an issue in time sensitive periods unless the room is fuckhuge and you didn't leap . I guess you could theoretically place a man in the middle of a big room and have this issue. I can't imagine any real scenarios, however.
#10 - Both 06/10/2016 on Autism Speaks 0