Re: Strong gravity
Supreme Admiral wrote:
Out of my curiosity..how does that effect strong gravity on humans on other planets? Could we possible to survive on other planets with strong gravity or not?
I could see tons of potential physiological damages which can result from stronger gravity. We have already have a large knowledge base of physiological damages resulting from experiencing micro-gravity. Skylab was the first to provide extensive data on that subject. I am sure the physiological deterioration resulting from stronger gravity will just as broad and extensive as it is for low gravity.
Source: Human Physiology in Space, BioEssays
1996 Volume 18 Issue 12.
"Bennett & Meyer are obviously the Ceti Eels introduced into the collective brain of Trekdom, leading to easy manipulation (TWOK), impaired cognitive functionality (TSFS), drooling (TVH), agonized death (TFF) and extended post-mortem twitching (TUC).