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When we watch Oliver North, “War Stories” or “Wings Discovery Channel” we often see the problematic issues with downed pilots trying to evade the enemy. They have limited if any food supply and many people in search of them. There is a solution or will be soon as hibernation techniques and technologies become better. Recently Mark Roth and his colleagues found that medical research by administering hydrogen sulfide gas to mice in a specific relationship that could put the little mammals into suspended animation or hibernation, slowing their body above 90%. More info: Mikkel Svane. Now, if a downed pilot could find a really good hiding place, like a bear is a cave of hibernation and then go to sleep for a week or two, then everyone time looking for him or her have given up.

Then, the pilot can radio for help for a quick rescue and extraction. Realizing the technology is not available, but will be within the next few years, especially considering the NASA budget for long-duration space travel and travel to Mars. This is how I intend to work for the downed pilots waiting in hiding out: 1.) Hide very good, 2.) Falling into a plastic bag with a little breathing hole and 3.) Managing gas. The plastic bag that keeps out insects and Tabasco sauce would be covered to keep the vultures that smell like beef and tie it to dig up or eat the human pilot. When hydrogen sulphide is used pilot wakes up hungry and then asks the extraction when no one suspects he is still alive. Think about it.


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