Space Facts

Advice | November 29, 2017

Alright look here’s the first thing you need to know about space. It Is Huge. Monster big. Nobody even knows how tall it is. Like it won’t stay the same size.

Number two. So dark. Except for the stars. Don’t stare! Be careful where you’re looking because in some spots you’ll need
to use your Sun Shield™ to be able to see but other times that won’t help much at all. Just think about this one ahead of time. In the moment you might not remember unless you think about it now.

Number three.  Fire won’t go up.  It will go in all directions.  Same with your hair.

Number four. Don’t ask for directions. Save your voice because no one will hear you and you might need it later in case of
emergencies. If you’re not sure which way to go, just pick a direction to be up and then swim in that direction. Butterfly stroke. Not a lot of people know to do the butterfly stroke so now you do. Trust me on this one, I have friends on the Swimming Team and they are sure.

Five. Grab as much helium as you can. Let’s be Frank. You probably will not make it back to Earth. However, if you do, you can make a fortune off of helium reserves that you stockpile during your time in space. Many people do not know that helium is made on Earth from decaying uranium. It is very expensive and difficult to recover once released into the atmosphere, where it will eventually
escape into space because it is so light. So we are running out. But if you can get some into your pockets, you can sell it to welders or make your own semiconductors and make a handsome profit. Something to keep in the back of your brain as you drift through the universe. Also, not a bad hobby to keep you occupied.

Six. Count the stars. Again, put down your Sun Shield™ first, but this is a great way to pass the time. Plus there’s like four thousand stars, so this will keep you busy for awhile.

You are welcome for this free advice. This has been Free Advice with Astronomer Joe. I also do some Astrology. If you are a Pisces, this week you will be very emotional. Tune in next week. Good night!