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Do you think its right for parents to petition for speed bumps in neighboorhoods?

Do you think its right for parents to petition for speed bumps in neighboorhoods?

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The metal detectors are not needed in every school. There is a daycare in Kansas that does not have one.
In the first place, in order to be in the Space Shuttle in space, you would have to be traveling at somewhere around 25,000 Miles Per Hour. That is roughly the Earth's escape velocity. Therefore, when you exited the space craft, you would also be traveling at 25,000 MPH, and would continue to circle the earth as was the space shuttle when you left it. This orbiting would continue for a long time, until the orbit began to decay (you were slowing down gradually due to very slight friction). As the slowing down continued very gradually over time, the orbit would decay and your altitude above Earth would diminish. As this happened, your flight around the Earth would begin to encounter more and more particles of the Earth's atmosphere and friction would increase raising the temperature of your space suit. Since this process would occur very slowly, the consumeables within the life support pack of your space suit would most likely run out within 24 - 96 hours. With no air to breathe, you would suffocate. With no power to regulate the temperature inside of your space suit would drop until it was equal to that of the space outside which is several degrees above absolute zero. Your corpse would be frozen. As your orbit decayed sufficiently, your suit encased body would begin re-entry, and friction with the asmosphere would increase to the point where ignition began, and you would become a small fire ball hurtling through space. That fire ball would soon be consumed entirely by the heat of re-entry. Please note that this process could take years and years to be completed.

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