The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, as it is known, is the most successful book ever published by the publishing houses of Ursa Minor. A worthy competitor is 53 other things to do in zero gravity. Of the latter work, however, neither the author nor the content are known. At least they were not known until today.
A group of researchers from Outpost 42, in collaboration with the Antiques Academy of the Near and Remote Future argue, in fact, that they have found excerpts of the original 53 Other Things to do in zero gravity. What makes the originality of this discovery very questionable is that the name of the authors appear next to each sentence. Rather suspicious names: take a look at the section of Outpost 42 crew.
In any case, here are the 23 fragments that were discovered.
Never put your feet on the ground.
Never ask yourself: what shoes should I wear today?
Play around with a strawberry trying to catch it with your mouth without fear of dropping it on the floor.
Enjoy feeling the skin under your feet as soft as the skin of a baby
Move around just by breathing
Storing things in the highest cabinet without the help of a stick to reach it.
Never worry about using a hammer and nails: just a little velcro will do fine!
See who travels furthest without touching the walls (if you touch the air-flow sensors on Russians hatches you are disqualified!)
Never make your bed in the morning.
Rotate your home so that friends can easily find the entrance.
Use a bicycle without a saddle.
Throw the scales away: they always show zero!
Hold things with your legs while you walk with your hands.
Practice yoga upside-down.
Swim without water.
Eat a lot without gaining weight.
Read a book in bed without holding it up
Wear a Superman costume on Halloween (even if Luca Parmitano already did this)
Cook without fear of making the floor dirty … nothing falls on the ground!
Break an egg and separate the egg white from the yolk
Spend life with you head above the clouds and feel it is OK
Freefall and laugh about it.
Be heavy and fly all the same.