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Monday, November 15, 2004
And in space, you can never be too prepared...

Wednesday, November 17, 2004
How many holes does it take to fill a space station?...

Friday, November 19, 2004
As it should be...FLAVIN!...

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November 15, 2004: Al: The Leonid meteor shower is this week. Mitch: I know! I'm wearing this helmet to protect my head! Al: What is it with you and disaster clothes? Mitch: I was a Boy Scout. I like to be prepared. November 17, 2004: Mitch: I'm wearing this helmet to protect me from the Loenid meteor shower tonight. Kepler: Meteors have a velocity of 26 miles per second. That helmet wouldn't even slow them down. Mitch: So... if a meteor hit me... Kepler: We'd only find the hole where you used to be. November 19, 2004: Will: Did you see the Leonid meteor shower on Wednesday? Mitch: No, the weather channel said it was cloudy, so I didn't look. Will: Uh... you do know-- Mitch: Yes, I know! But even if I hadn't, I was set up to look toward space, not Earth, so I would have missed it all, anyway. Will: So, bad planning all around. Mitch: Yeah. From now on, I'm leaving science to the geeks.