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Artwork by Bill Wray for Ren and Stimpy Flotation Mattress If you have a torchship , and it is going to accelerate at more than one g for longer than a few minutes, the crew is going to need special couches to lie in. Otherwise the g forces will cause severe injury or even kill. A standard Apollo couch just ain't gonna cut the mustard. You are going to need something more fancy. The next step up is an advanced waterbeds or flotation mattress. The astronaut lies on a big flexible plastic bag full of water.
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