December 3, 2007

This is too good to be true. Apparantley… NASA had a 1996 space mission devoted to testing sex in space.

A project codenamed STS-XX was to explore sexual positions possible in a weightless atmosphere.

Twenty positions were tested by computer simulation to obtain the best 10, he says. “Two guinea pigs then tested them in real zero-gravity conditions. The results were videotaped but are considered so sensitive that even Nasa was only given a censored version.”

Only four positions were found possible without “mechanical assistance”

“Honey, it was for work!” I guess we might need to figure it out eventually if the earth finally gives out on us… oh and:

One of the principal findings was that the classic so-called missionary position, which is so easy on earth when gravity pushes one downwards, is simply not possible.

So if and when the earth does give out, a lot of Christian fundamentalists better learn to love it doggy-style… or something. See, the truth is funnier than me.


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