August 28, 2016

NASA Returns From Worst Hawaiian Vacation Ever

A team of six people have finally completed a Mars simulation in Hawaii, where they got to live in Hawaii for a year but never got to enjoy it. The NASA-funded study sent a French astro-biologist, a German physicist and four American professionals to live in near isolation, without fresh air, food, privacy or any of the other perks that people usually go to Hawaii to enjoy. The experiment dealt with the human element of exploration, where they learned to share despite limited resources and work through personal conflicts. We’re not sure why NASA needed to fund this since that data is already available on Season 1 of Survivor. No word yet if Mars is their next stop, but they could probably use a beach day in the meantime.

Yes, I want to sound marginally more intelligent: