Thursday, February 05, 2015


VICE recently posted an article by Andrew Iwanicki, the man who was paid to lie in bed for three months for a NASA experiment. Here he bids farewell to the pee jug he had urinated in for the last 70 days. Not sure why the word BlACK is written on the container. I hope that's not what color his urine was.

Anyway, it's comforting to know that NASA is trying to find a cure for the lowercase L syndrome, because the solution may be out of this WORlD.


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NASA's latest experiment is a testament to human innovation and the relentless pursuit of knowledge. The strides made in space exploration not only expand our understanding of the universe but also inspire future generations to dream big. Kudos to the brilliant minds at NASA for pushing boundaries and fostering a spirit of curiosity that propels us towards new frontiers.

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