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First human baby not born on Earth


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When will you think this will happen ?



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Do you know how hard it is to an erection in space?



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I don't think pregnant women will be allowed in space any time soon. Maybe once the Moon or Mars has been terraformed.

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Before 2100, that is all I'll say. It is difficult to estimate beyond that. 


Edited by Ewan, 27 September 2013 - 04:01 PM.


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The first is likely to be an accident. Nobody who is pregnant will allowed up. and most missions don't last nine months or more.

 

They are not even sure that conception can happen effectively in microgravity environments.

 

But even far more limiting is the idea that proper fetal development and growth of a baby require gravity. even putting bone development aside, heart and lung growth and the rest of the circulatory system in particular need gravity to form properly. and if the fetus develops without it and the child lives without it they will never be able to live on a planet. It would be like those high G experiments astronauts go through that make them weak and pass out. the body wouldn't have developed the pressure in it's structures to pump blood from the heart to the brain against gravity.

 

research the procedures for return to earth for space explorers who stayed up for more than five months. Their bodies tend to be as atrophied as somebody who has been bedridden for a long time. They have a lot of problems and have to work back up to they way they were before they left the planet. But a child born in space whouldn't be able to work back toward anything they would have to try to change their pysiology to something it's never been before and they couldn't do it gradually, they'd have to go all at once. There are no half gravity points between orbit and earth.


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I agree that no pregnant women will be allowed in space, but disagree that at some point it might accidentally happen. Safety and security checks would not allow this to happen.

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Probably around 2050 when there are lunar bases that match the same conditions as Earth. 



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Wow, 2050 is very soon. Moon bases will probably be in their very early stages by then, and only scientists would be using them. Pregnant women certainly would have no place up there.

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once artificial gravity is made we'll be porking it up in space so I'm gonna assume, taking into factor, human ingenuity, 2055, 2080, or 2274 depending on if jeb bush gets elected president



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Id say the moon post-2060.
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Can we have sex without g-force? Maybe. If, will the babies be healthy? No.

When will have sex and raise babies on places with g-force (terraformed planets and artificial gravity areas)? Not before 2050.

 

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