The feeling of weightlessness seems like a major perk of living in a potential civilian space station... until you start thinking about people sneezing, babies spitting up, and other bodily functions going awry. Zero-g has lost some of its allure, amirite?

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I don't care, once we have zero gravity space stations, I'm gonna have a whole room full of ice cream and every day I'll take a shower then float around my ice cream, just me and scoops of different flavoured ice cream just floating around.

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It wouldn't be too bad really because fluids turn into spheres in zero gravity. So there would just be balls of god knows what floating around.

That's why all potential space civilisations aren't in Zero-G.

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