Will you drink something that a fly has landed in (you have then fished out the fly)?


#41

Oh hang on lads:

However, the difference is that It takes 28.5 days for the moon to spin about its axis


#42

( I’m banking on it being longer rather than shorter)


#43

282.75 / 28.5 = 9.92 mph

That’s a fast fast walk there


#44

Now thinking that, with the additional stride length in (almost) zero G, and some relevant training and strength conditioning, you could probably crack this


#45

Plus no rest for 28.5 days.


#46

Can you train to never rest? How about keeping in a straight line?


#47

That said, your mate is still a bit of a dick. Reckon he thinks the moon is like the Clangers home planet


#48

The stride length thing is the confusing element. Not sure how much this adds to the overall speed…


#49

For a thread that’s a question, there’s a disappointing lack of polls around here.


#50

Yeah he is, unbelievably for someone who took so much ecstasy his earnings make epimer look like a pauper (marketing scum) and his instagram makes me want to… so happy for him, delighted.


#51

Polls restrict debate don’t they? I’m not a huge fan.


#52

I’m pretty relieved I didn’t start a poll with my post now, in light of that.


#53

Well they have their place but funkycow’s formula has already solved the thread.


#54

Quora says the stride length thing makes no difference. They reckon 91 Earth days. Must be true. It’s Quora