X Post Daily Syndrome: 4 Medical Dangers of Space Travel


Space. The final frontier.

I love space. Space is so awesome that it can make anything better just by being associated with it. Do you want to be a janitor, no? How about a space janitor? Maybe. It still sounds way better than being a regular janitor. That works with any job by the way. Lawyer–space lawyer. Doctor–space doctor. Septic tank pumper–there is no space septic tank pumper, you just blast that shit at the Sun.

As awesome as space is, it’s not without its dangers. Obviously you need to be on the lookout for Daleks, signs your computer system is becoming homicidal, and alien races trying to steal your science officer’s brain. But that’s just where the dangers begin. This week on Daily Syndrome I cover four unexpected dangers of space travel.


About tomkray

Tom Kray is a writer, gentleman adventurer, and the resident zombie expert (wherever he happens to be residing at the time). He believes in the oxford comma. He believes that terrible decisions make great stories and he could tell you a bit about both. He’s headstrong and a little daft but has a good heart and bounces when he hits the ground, which is fortunate as he does tend to trip over his own feet a lot. He has a history of applying percussive maintenance with moderate success.
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