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  • 358

    _____________

    9 years ago

    Both solitary, both risky, both most likely causing untold long term bodily damage... Space. For the eating food out of mid-air thing.

    • 198

      sogeking

      6 years ago

      If you spend time in space your bones deteriorate because of the lack of gravity and it basically fucks you, so have fun

    • 129

      Andy ಠ_ಠ

      6 years ago

      rather die in space with a once in a life time experience ad a heck load of fun then die in a sub

    • 81

      EdwardNigma

      6 years ago

      Soge I think they found a solution to that. Something to do with exercise.

    • 46

      chris9898

      6 years ago

      @sogeking if you excersise a lot each day (wich is possible in space), you wont have problems.

    • 39

      Navar0nius

      6 years ago

      No-brainer, nobody said you wouldn't get robots rocketing you food and stuff. Also, free WiFi.

    • 31

      [deleted]

      6 years ago

      But your more likely to die in space rather than the ocean

    • 39

      Jake Meyer

      6 years ago

      Atleast in space you can have fun in a submarine all it is is like being in a house with no exits...

    • 22

      Flaktiger

      6 years ago

      Selflicky, I think you're forgetting that, at extreme depths, it's more dangerous than in space. The difference in pressure between earth and space is, at max, on atm. Between the dep ocean and the surface, it can be dozens of atm.

    • 22

      Adrian

      6 years ago

      @Selflicky There is a higher chance of your sub breaking to the pressure than an asteroid hitting your station

    • 10

      Emma Napolitano

      6 years ago

      this, but because it's cooler (imo) to say you spent a year in space than to say you spent a year under water. also just experiencing no gravity. living under the ocean would be same as living on land, except no going outside, and constant fear. not worth it.

    • 10

      Niker107

      6 years ago

      IT WOULD BE AWESOME TO LIVE ALONE, DO WHATEVER YOU WANT WITH ZERO GRAVITY than get all wet in a dark and not beatifull deep sea. (Normal sea is beatifull, but it says deep, and deep sea is just dark)

    • 14

      Nick Baley

      6 years ago

      Spaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaace

    • 17

      midori

      6 years ago

      my sperms will fly with me

    • 6

      Ted

      6 years ago

      Don't forget that when this happened was never specified. This could be hundreds of years in the future when we have super advanced robots and stuff, and artificial gravity

    • 11

      Franklin Chen

      6 years ago

      back flip into an icecream sandwich

    • 5

      Franklin Chen

      6 years ago

      @midori you would be the first man to ejaculate in space

    • 3

      [deleted]

      6 years ago

      The only sad thing is that in space you have to vacuum your poo... Most people do not like vacuum cleaners up their asses

    • 8

      TheTank

      6 years ago

      @Andy who said anything about dying. Its only for a year..................

    • 2

      curtis

      6 years ago

      @selflicky, how do you know that a submarine is safer than a space-station?

    • 3

      Sam

      6 years ago

      Well if you were in a space station it would be cool to look out onto space

    • 6

      jaml96

      6 years ago

      i am gonna go float like a boss while you look at fish and sh*t.

    • 7

      Armeanu Mihai

      6 years ago

      Quote from space core: "SPAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACE" Portal 2 players will know.

    • 19

      Marco

      6 years ago

      I only picked the ocean because I get to live with beautiful aquatic life that I can watch swimming around :). I might be bored with those beautiful creatures after a month, but I'd be bored with beeping machines in one minute.

    • 0

      Gorgonsmurf

      5 years ago

      After a while I'd be in a snowglobe

    • 2

      Null

      5 years ago

      Good luck with your pressurized air blue people! I hope you guys die from the nitrogen.

    • 5

      Nick3.141592

      5 years ago

      No DIRECT contact. you can still have inderiect contact

    • 2

      Rory S

      5 years ago

      And the view. It'd be nicer than pitch dark ocean.

    • 0

      Mike

      5 years ago

      Plus it didn't say there wouldn't be artificial gravity.

    • 0

      Ryan

      5 years ago

      Mid-air? What air? SPAAAACCEE

    • 0

      Atlanntis

      5 years ago

      I will problaly contract cancer, lost my muscular bone structure and all this shit... Now take a look at the little cute monsters outta your submarine's window bro

    • 1

      Bevan Dennill

      5 years ago

      @sogeking.... KING OF SNIPERS(One Piece)

    • 0

      Glenn Hartman

      5 years ago

      In space you can train to reduce bone damage, also space is more fun

    • 0

      DERPZgaming

      5 years ago

      hello mr.flying coconut its ok i will be your friend and-wait- son't go to my last escape pod!don't close the door! nooooooooo!!!!!!!!!

    • 2

      Brady Bargren

      5 years ago

      I'd rather be short with bones like a fort than tall with almost none at all.

    • 1

      ncab

      5 years ago

      @marco there is nothing particularly beautiful at the bottom of the ocean. It's just really really dark.

    • 0

      Dalailthis

      5 years ago

      @sogeking That's why astronauts exersize ALOT

    • 3

      Mr.Ranga(#YOLO)

      5 years ago

      I accidentally clicked mine :(

    • 3

      Mr.Ranga(#YOLO)

      5 years ago

      I accidentally clicked mine :(

    • 3

      Mr.Ranga(#YOLO)

      5 years ago

      I accidentally clicked mine :(

    • 4

      kidwithakalling

      5 years ago

      At least you have friends in a submarine ... The fish?

    • 4

      kidwithakalling

      5 years ago

      At least you have friends in a submarine ... The fish?

    • 1

      Fly Guy

      5 years ago

      @Selflicky You're more likely to die outside than inside.. Your point?

    • 2

      Utah G

      5 years ago

      at least i get a perfect view of the blue planet. And also you have the internet

    • 0

      Somerandomwizard

      4 years ago

      Reconzile, you wouldn't need to do that, your body puts pressure on your fecies, foracing it out reguardless of gravity

    • 1

      Somerandomwizard

      4 years ago

      Under the ocean: at least there's fish, normal gravity that I'm used to and new spieces to descover Space: total icolation, Internet, 0-g not 0-gravity ( if your close to earth, which you'd have to be because your only gone for a year, your still falling to earth at the speed it moves away, similar to the moon) robots that obey my wishes, unique gravity, being able to go outside and like, on the moon Space wins!

    • 0

      Somerandomwizard

      4 years ago

      Loophole!! Who said I'd be there all at once? Why not break it up over a few years?

    • 5

      KitKat

      4 years ago

      At least in the ocean there'd be animals to remind you that you're not completely alone

    • 1

      Emma Foster

      4 years ago

      And it's creepy deep underwater!

    • 1

      ChristheSeer

      4 years ago

      Nobody said nothing 'bout skype and, nobody said anything about the space station having an indoor basketball court sized room with broomsticks, did they?

    • 3

      Utah G

      4 years ago

      @Somerandomwizard The internat would be rather slow in the deep blue sea whereas in space, you're very close to satellites meaning even faster internet.

    • 6

      Potato

      4 years ago

      Oh, the number of things you can do alone on the ISS, like... float around, eat, exercise, sleep. yah, thanks but no thanks. Seriously, who wouldn't want to rock out with some squids?! :D

    • 0

      Kitsune

      3 years ago

      I CAN SEE EARTH

    • 1

      FSK95

      3 years ago

      Answer to this question: Gravity my ass! Space for me!

    • 3

      LolingLuis

      3 years ago

      When you are in a sub, you cant get out of the sub or the pressure will instantly crush you to death at least on the space station you can spacewalk.

    • 2

      Tats & Tots

      3 years ago

      The time on the space is more time on the Earth. I just need to survive 12 minutes to survive 12 months in the Earth.

    • 2

      Madasko

      3 years ago

      But underwater the farther you go the more body pressure

    • 0

      Jordyn

      3 years ago

      Id like to know about the space more than the ocean so

    • 1

      Ghost Rider

      3 years ago

      Your sick would come out your mouth

    • 4

      Dingonator

      3 years ago

      In space no one can hear you scream

    • 0

      ZARA02

      3 years ago

      I have a small fear of water, so... yea.

    • 0

      gbox4

      3 years ago

      ISS all the way!

    • 0

      RabbitGirlGames

      3 years ago

      HELL YEAH!

    • 0

      JScout

      3 years ago

      I seem like an eel and shark food-scented magnet so no way I'm like down there. Also, squids can break ship, it can leak and underwater mines might detect you.

    • 0

      Jbear50

      3 years ago

      I Just wanna experience zero G and sing this song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCxyswcyBC0 unironically

    • 2

      poppinhoppin212

      3 years ago

      we would get a chance to see deep sea creatures and if we lived in space we would have more of a chance of dying since u cant swim back to earth

    • 1

      sourcupcake123

      3 years ago

      yeah the same except for space, and you dont get bone problems if youexcersize on special equipment they have...

    • 2

      jooj

      3 years ago

      what you can do in a submarine:nothing space:exercise,WiFi,youtube,food,a bed,comunication system...

    • 0

      Trenton Worthy

      3 years ago

      @sogeking what do you think they have exercising equipment for

    • 1

      andrija97531

      3 years ago

      who said you will die in sub?

    • 0

      bluejay17

      3 years ago

      i would love to go to space i rather got 10 years then the other option

    • 0

      Trenton Worthy

      3 years ago

      I'M GONNA TAKE THIS BABY TO SPACE RRRAAAAAAAAAAUUUGH

    • 0

      NotViperWYR

      3 years ago

      SPAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACE BIIIICH!!! I GET TO FLOUGHT AROUND YEAH FUCK GRAVITY!!!

    • 0

      Shadowofdestruction

      3 years ago

      Hay didn't say anything bout alien interaction soo guess it means I get to bread with a hot female alien while surviving an xenomorph

    • 0

      Nessie

      3 years ago

      The Martian!!

    • 0

      samson

      3 years ago

      Bones don't deteriorate. As you are in a space station you have fitness equipment on board the station so with the littlest chance of it happening it stops it so space biach

    • 0

      Your mom

      3 years ago

      @sogeking There IS artificial gravity you know....

    • 0

      Your mom

      3 years ago

      I'm kidding btw.

    • 1

      Ella

      3 years ago

      UNDER DAU SEAAA

    • 0

      scott.peltier

      3 years ago

      well 1 year in space is a month on the earth

    • 0

      Drew

      3 years ago

      Never said the submarine couldn't be on land

    • 0

      iKlepsy

      3 years ago

      @Tats and Tots where the fuck did you learn that?

    • 0

      John Cena

      3 years ago

      But sharks.

    • 1

      appledapple

      3 years ago

      in a space station, you get a beautiful view of the stars, and depending on where it is, you could also see the earth and the moon :D

    • 0

      TheVoodooman1

      3 years ago

      I'd rather have zero G and be able to swim in air like VanossGaming Gmod hide and seek swimming edition. Speaking of witch, Ima jump over to YouTube.

    • 1

      Wordflux10

      2 years ago

      Having fun or staying alive... yeah, I prefer gravity.

    • 0

      Hugh Jass

      2 years ago

      S

    • 0

      Hugh Jass

      2 years ago

      Space bars

    • 0

      RimmyTim

      2 years ago

      so basically I'd be the doctor cause technically the tardis is a space station just a privately owned space station

    • 0

      Cameron Mason

      2 years ago

      yeah i agree

    • 0

      I'll follow the sun

      2 years ago

      Make floating water balls!

    • 0

      sinadipper

      2 years ago

      you get to meet the alien

    • 0

      I'll follow the sun

      2 years ago

      A year alone in a space station? Bruhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!

    • 1

      Melanies-Crybaby-fan

      2 years ago

      @Sogeking um you relize there atually not gonna do it right?

    • 0

      LordBaneThePlayer

      2 years ago

      Yes

    • 0

      allday

      2 years ago

      well if the zero gravity is on then your spine will stretch

    • 0

      Brennan

      2 years ago

      Submarines are freaking TINY! the space station at least gives you some more room to move...

    • 2

      Kitkatlovesgaming34

      2 years ago

      FACT: if your under water your submorien can rust de pending on the water salt what would make it rust faster. I'm space it never said you had a space suit so if your capsule was to bust you would die

    • 0

      RexNITRO

      2 years ago

      Spaaaaaaaaacccccccccccccceeee

    • 1

      Coolkid110

      2 years ago

      I agree with sogeking, I'd rather die with my bones than without them.

    • 1

      Alexa

      2 years ago

      1. Sea is cool, 2. Never said where, maybe in a coral reef. Also, in space you cannot get human interaction AT ALL. On earth there is wi-fi.

  • 36

    Jamie

    6 years ago

    Zero gravity. Decision made.

    • 5

      ImmortalAxolotl

      3 years ago

      Dude, zero gravity for a year is gonna completely make you wanna kill yourself when you experience gravity again

    • 4

      Your mom

      3 years ago

      ^ Artificial Gravity exists for a reason...

    • 0

      Your mom

      3 years ago

      I'm kidding btw.

    • 0

      scott.peltier

      3 years ago

      soooo true

    • 0

      Boogerz1

      2 years ago

      it said space station though. not space ship.

    • 0

      MyCotingaBird

      3 months ago

      Zero gravity? Imagine what no gravity could do to your bones. Why would you want no gravity?

  • 33

    King_Seedeyeh

    6 years ago

    WE ALL LIVE IN A YELLOW SUBMARINE!

  • 20

    Cait

    9 years ago

    my dream is to experience zero gravity and see the earth from space. problems solved.

    • 0

      Anonymous

      5 years ago

      doesn't state if there is a gravity chamber or not to work out and sleep in, even grow food.

  • 17

    ewoksarelikeu

    9 years ago

    zero gravity......boom

    • 7

      Sandypengu

      6 years ago

      underwater is basically like the same thing

    • 25

      Quincy

      6 years ago

      ...you're in a submarine...

    • 7

      Starfish

      6 years ago

      Yea but the zero gravity screws your muscles and bones and stuff.

    • 2

      ImCool

      6 years ago

      wow in a sub has NO 0 GRAVITY

    • 2

      MarkTheGr8

      5 years ago

      Sandypengu: How is it the same thing? There's GRAVITY IN THE OCEAN AS WELL LMAO. Starfish: there's a fix for that. EXERCISE.

    • 2

      Sam

      5 years ago

      Actually everything orbiting has gravity except it's always falling so it seems as if it has 0 gravity

    • 1

      Tadtiger

      4 years ago

      @Sam. Yeah. But you aren't being affected by gravity. In that sense (what you experience) is Zero-G. And who cares whether there really is gravity or not? It feels like there isn't and it would be fun!

    • 1

      Randoman

      3 years ago

      Underwater is like Zero-g? That's ridiculous. The pressure would squish you into a pancake.

    • 0

      MyCotingaBird

      3 months ago

      Good luck stretching your bones so they can turn brittle.

  • 16

    Cheetahaha

    7 years ago

    Ever been inside a submarine? It's cramped and hot and leaky. In space, I could entertain myself for hours just by drinking water

    • 2

      TheTank

      6 years ago

      Ever been in space its cold, dark, clostrephobic. Under water, I could entertain myself with my ENDLESS SUPPLY OF WATERRRRR

    • 8

      CellGirl

      6 years ago

      TheTank: So you like puking up all of the water you just drank?

    • 0

      Sam

      6 years ago

      Replying to the tank I doubt you have been in space

    • 0

      MarkTheGr8

      5 years ago

      TheTank: Yes, space is cold and dark. That's why they put you on a space station. It also fixes the problem of not being able to breathe dark matter (yet -evil laugh-). Also, they only put deep sea subs in salt water. And the salt water goes outside the sub to keep you from dying under the pressure and drowning. How do you plan on entertaining yourself with it again?

    • 2

      Ashleigh

      2 years ago

      i dont care about dying, i'd rather see a bunch of cool animals before i die instead of endless black with white dots.

  • 13

    tzk132

    8 years ago

    only thing that made me decide is that space would be less scary, no creepy fish or sea monsters around, plus it would ALWAYS be dark outside

    • 2

      Sandypengu

      6 years ago

      i hate darkness! so this works!

    • 5

      Kris

      6 years ago

      Hate darkness? Either way, you're screwed, lol. "Deep sea submarine" meaning like at the bottom of the ocean. No light, lol.

    • 0

      MarkTheGr8

      5 years ago

      Deep sea submarines generally hangs out at deep sea level, where the sun stopped penetrating long long ago. It's darker in the deep sea than space, since the sun has no problem penetrating nothingness. tzk132: you wouldn't be able to see the creepy fish..

    • 1

      ncab

      5 years ago

      @markthegr8 they usually have bioluminescence so you could probably see them.

    • 0

      MyCotingaBird

      3 months ago

      How about flying asteroids, flying space probes from nowhere, and extraterrestrial creatures that can live without air?

  • 8

    Katie

    6 years ago

    It would be boring in space station. All you have to look at is rocks. It would be interesting to see all of the life under the sea.

    • 6

      Yognaughto

      6 years ago

      ...With limited oxygen

    • 4

      Kevin Kirkpatrick

      6 years ago

      Deep sea means it's way too dark to see anything.

    • 0

      curtis

      6 years ago

      Seriously?? you think that the only thing to look at in a space station is rocks??? what about the amazing machinery within the space station? the earth? stars??

    • 1

      MarkTheGr8

      5 years ago

      Joey: there'd be enough oxygen for the year you'd be down there. It's not like there's unlimited resources on a space station. Curtis: the machinery isn't that exciting. Ever been in a cockpit? Couldn't spend a year looking at that :). And there's machinery in a sub as well.

    • 0

      MyCotingaBird

      3 months ago

      Submarines are smaller compared to space stations. Plus, I would rather be in spacious areas than crammed areas.

  • 8

    Haslun

    8 years ago

    no gravity=awesome plus time goes by slower in space

    • 0

      iKlepsy

      3 years ago

      technially its zero-g there is no such thing as zero gravity you are just falling so it seems like you are floating.

    • 0

      MyCotingaBird

      3 months ago

      Notice how they said space STATION and not space SHUTTLE.

  • 7

    Chuck Norris

    6 years ago

    ಠ_ಠ

  • 6

    Superluigi321

    6 years ago

    They didn't say there would not be any shuttles in there.

  • 6

    Paul McCartney

    6 years ago

    We all live in a yellow submarine...

    • 0

      CellGirl

      6 years ago

      Good luck with the sharks and other VICIOUS fish!

    • 0

      MarkTheGr8

      5 years ago

      CellGirl: There's not many sharks at deep sea level, since.. well you know, they'd die. And you wouldn't get in contact or be able to see the vicious fish that lurks.

    • 0

      Ashleigh

      2 years ago

      There's goblin sharks, but I doubt a goblin shark would mess with a huge bubble of metal, they're too small too even cause damage.

    • 0

      Ashleigh

      2 years ago

      None of the animals at the bottom of the ocean are big enough to cause damage, except for giant squid...

    • 0

      MyCotingaBird

      3 months ago

      No, we do not.

  • 6

    some jewish dude

    7 years ago

    at least there is life at the bottom of the ocean... there is NOTHING up in space

    • 14

      ezio

      7 years ago

      *cough* RETARD *cough

    • 1

      Sandypengu

      6 years ago

      *cough* IDIOT^ *cough*

    • 5

      MarkTheGr8

      5 years ago

      Sure there's bit of life down there, but you wouldn't be able to see it. 200 meters: no significant light. 1000 meters: light can no longer be detected. 1800 meters: start of deep sea level.

    • 1

      Ashleigh

      2 years ago

      The submarine might have lights on the outside and there's PLENTY of animals at the bottom of the ocean.

    • 0

      DerpyMew

      1 year ago

      Well, yeah that would be looking at the bright side for you

  • 6

    iloveglobes

    7 years ago

    To live among the stars.

  • 5

    idpiasg

    6 years ago

    Aliens

    • 0

      ChrisM

      4 years ago

      Then you wouldn't really be alone, would you?

  • 4

    wildgirl47

    5 years ago

    Oh poo :-( Oh poo :-(

  • 4

    ilovethedoctor77

    6 years ago

    If I'm in space I could meet the Doctor. He's not human.

    • 2

      CastleandBeckett

      6 years ago

      I LOVE YOU SO MUCH OMG OMG OMG!!! WE ARE OFFICIALLY BEST FRIENDS. NO QUESTION.

  • 4

    vix

    6 years ago

    Have you seen lantern fish? *shudders*

  • 4

    Georgia

    6 years ago

    Fly me to the moon and let me play among the stars...

  • 4

    Pornrun

    6 years ago

    SSSSSSSSSPPPPPPPPPPPPAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

    • 0

      CellGirl

      6 years ago

      IM GOING TO SPAAAAAAAAAAAACE!

    • 3

      LolingLuis

      3 years ago

      YOU BROKE THE DAMN PAGE

    • 0

      Pineappleman

      2 years ago

      SPAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACE

  • 4

    Kritz29

    7 years ago

    Deep sea life is very interesting. And you can get internet and radio connections down in the ocean. And help is faster. And you can always explore the ocean with a pressure suit and a diving kit. Spacewalking is not that cool. Not like you can meet aliens. Meeting glowing fish and amazing life under the earth is more friendly.

    • 0

      Mepper

      6 years ago

      No human interactions

    • 0

      Sandypengu

      6 years ago

      it didn't say no fish ineractions! :D

    • 4

      Spirit1920

      6 years ago

      @Sandypengu you gonna play with deep sea fish? Those things didn't look too friendly in Nemo.

    • 0

      curtis

      6 years ago

      so you're just gonna make friends with a bunch of fish, some of which will try to kill you, in pitch black dark? Plus, you wouldn't be able to meet fish, you have to stay in the submarine

    • 3

      MarkTheGr8

      5 years ago

      Deep sea life is not very interesting when you're down there. And you can get internet in space. Help is not faster, if you get in trouble, they can't just send help. You can't explore the deep sea in a pressure suit, since.. well, no pressure suit in existance can withhold the pressure of deep sea levels. And you can't meet fish down there, because it's completely dark; light can be detected for 1000 meters, but no significant light after 200 meters. "Deep sea" level begins at 1800 meters.

    • 0

      MarkTheGr8

      5 years ago

      Also, I believe currently only deep sea observatories have internet, not submarines, which means no internet for you in the sub. www.space.com/7813-nasa-l...space.html

    • 0

      MyCotingaBird

      3 months ago

      And plenty of food.

  • 4

    Stolkmen

    9 years ago

    um i think id rather live alone on earth. At least I'll feel that I could get emergency help quicker

    • 10

      Mepper

      6 years ago

      No human interactions.

    • 0

      the red miner511

      3 years ago

      Um yo no human interactions and no wifi how do u get help in space there's a lower chance of injure or death PLUS SKYPE IN SPACE

  • 4

    JForrestQ

    9 years ago

    I've always thought space exploration was very stimulating.

    • 5

      Rahma Anderson

      6 years ago

      Being in a space station is not "exploring". You're sitting in one place in space.

    • 0

      MyCotingaBird

      3 months ago

      @Rahma Anderson Not if you are in a space station nearly the size of our moon.

  • 3

    Christopher

    5 years ago

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  • 3

    King Dingin

    5 years ago

    Now way am I giving up my internet for fish.

  • 3

    Beth

    6 years ago

    I'm scared lifeless of being in submarines, and I love astronomy and space. This one was FAR too easy for me...

  • 3

    Gunssy

    6 years ago

    Um.. if the planet get's blown awaay i would be the last human

  • 3

    Viewtiful Joe

    6 years ago

    I think a space station would be bigger than a non-military submarine. I'm claustrophobic.

  • 3

    iloveglobes

    7 years ago

    Plus, I would get to see the best globe there is to see.

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      MikuAtsuko

      2 years ago

      Also, we could see if the the Earth is a sphere or not. Theres alot of debate about a flat or shpirical Earth.

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    Luke

    3 months ago

    I would do neither cause you would go mentally insane

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    YoshiFanatic99

    4 days ago

    Boi

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    Aaron

    5 years ago

    SPAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACE!

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    IAmDoneHere

    6 years ago

    Submarine? and not be able to float around in the air like a boss?

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    iMustacheUaQuestion

    6 years ago

    -MOONWALKZ- :D Brand new Micheal Jackson here!

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    John Shepard

    6 years ago

    There would at least be a leviathan to kill

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    Amber Clarice Simmons

    6 years ago

    make friends with the fish

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    Ollie

    6 years ago

    who wouldn't? And it's a space station it, it would have gravity!

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      Jordan

      5 years ago

      only if you have a centrifuge unit, besides, why do you want gravity? of course I would have it on when sleeping, to reduce the loss of muscle mass and bone density or whatever, but not all the time, be as bad as a sub.

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    KilltheHobos

    6 years ago

    Jacking off in space... :D

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      MyCotingaBird

      3 months ago

      Get a life, you los---- Oh, I'm sorry. I thought you meant sex for pleasure. Never mind.

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    Gauldur Blacksoul

    6 years ago

    Oooh, will there be Necromorphs?

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    Lurch1963

    6 years ago

    That's not a moon! That's a space station!

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    Valerie

    6 years ago

    Space. There isn't a chance of extra terrestrial life nearby as far as NASA is concerned. The ocean, on the other hand. i.imgur.com/BfPkA.jpg we have discovered more of space then more of our own oceans. Who knows what's down there.

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    Waru Shi

    6 years ago

    Ok I chose space for two reasons... The view would be fucking incredible.. and I'd be fucking scared of what's in deep sea O_O

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    DudeGuy

    6 years ago

    SPAAAAAAAAAAAAAACEEEEE

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      Cave Johnson

      6 years ago

      I think we oughta cut the budget for these... what are they called again? cores, yeah cores. They're useless.

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      Cave Johnson

      6 years ago

      I think we oughta cut the budget for these... what are they called again? cores, yeah cores. They're useless.

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    randomnamehere

    6 years ago

    Lol.i remembered Dead Space

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    Ryan

    7 years ago

    I'd rather not have every muscle in my body atrophy. If you spent a year in zero gravity you would look as skinny as a holocaust victim by the time you got back to earth.

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      Kevin Kirkpatrick

      6 years ago

      If you're alone and you have nothing else to do you'd probably find enough time to exercise away atrophy.

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      MarkTheGr8

      5 years ago

      There are zero-gravity exercise machines. Of course your legs will get skinnier naturally, as there's no gravity to pull the blood downwards, requiring more muscle to push it back up.. But it's the chance of a lifetime. There's nothing to look at in a deep sea sub.

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      MyCotingaBird

      3 months ago

      And brittle. But, there is artificial gravity.

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    Victoria

    7 years ago

    At least underwater I'd still be on earth. And I think it would be much less lonely looking out the window and seeing the ocean and sea creatures-- living things, no matter how creepy they look-- than seeing the barren emptiness of space, so far away from everything I know. I'm fairly certain I'd go crazy if I ever went into space.

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      WonderWombat

      6 years ago

      Seeing the Earth from space occasionally is a far better option than seeing complete darkness in the Ocean.

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    Shoto Todoroki

    2 weeks ago

    hmm i could eat and drink out of mid air, float, i mean i'd have to exersize but who cares?

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    IkeFanboy64

    2 weeks ago

    Might as well take the time to explore the sea and document my findings

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    Shadow_Force69

    4 weeks ago

    I picked the sub because if it's like subnautica you get to see the beauty of the ocean and it would be some what enjoyable and could have a bloddy massive sub, but on a space station your bones would break, muscles would become weak when you came back to earth and it would get boring being up their

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    NBfan2000

    1 month ago

    Space is interesting! I can just wear a astronaut suit! (Logic)

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