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    Could humans hibernate?


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    re: Could humans hibernate?

    Quote Originally Posted by bos View Post
    I think Ed McMahon is hiobernating right now.

    Edit: Now nobody will get it.


    I'd agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong.

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    Re: Could humans hibernate?

    Quote Originally Posted by Acylum View Post
    I think Ed McMahon is hiobernating right now.

    Edit: Now nobody will get it.
    You mean "Hi-OOOO-bernating"


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    Re: Could humans hibernate?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Janny View Post
    You mean "Hi-OOOO-bernating"
    That's what I meant before Bos edited his thread title.


    I'd agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong.

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    Re: Could humans hibernate?

    I'm doing it right now.


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    Re: Could humans hibernate?

    I wouldn't mind sleeping through the winter.



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    Re: Could humans hibernate?

    I'd be all for some form of selective, short-term hibernation. Like if my wife tells reminds me that we have to go to some function that I'm not wild about, I could quickly run upstairs, jump in bed and start hibernating. Probably get me out of a lot of stuff.

    Same way with work. Miss a deadline? Go into hibernation for a couple weeks until the heat blows over.

    You don't wake a hibernating guy.


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    Re: Could humans hibernate?

    Well if cryogenics ever takes over you could potentially sleep through decades. Sweet deal.



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    Re: Could humans hibernate?

    Quote Originally Posted by bos View Post
    Well if cryogenics ever takes over you could potentially sleep through decades. Sweet deal.
    Charlton Heston tried that and ended up enslaved by a race of super intelligent monkeys. No thank you.



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    Re: Could humans hibernate?

    Quote Originally Posted by 3TrueFans View Post
    Charlton Heston tried that and ended up enslaved by a race of super intelligent monkeys. No thank you.
    Phillip J. Fry did it and he ended up with an awesome Robot friend. So yes Thank You.


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    Re: Could humans hibernate?

    I absolutely could. As long as the TV stays on and I can have brief periods of semi-arousal in which I put my face in a pizza and bucket of beer. And of course with the clone cone machine mounted to my face.



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    Re: Could humans hibernate?

    Quote Originally Posted by ruxCYtable View Post
    I absolutely could. As long as the TV stays on and I can have brief periods of semi-arousal in which I put my face in a pizza and bucket of beer. And of course with the clone cone machine mounted to my face.
    you seem to like pizza on a different level than the average person.


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    Re:Could humans hibernate?

    No one has mentioned the Buck Rogers bed yet? That thing was freaking awesome.



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    Re: Could humans hibernate?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Janny View Post
    I'd be all for some form of selective, short-term hibernation. Like if my wife tells reminds me that we have to go to some function that I'm not wild about, I could quickly run upstairs, jump in bed and start hibernating. Probably get me out of a lot of stuff.

    Same way with work. Miss a deadline? Go into hibernation for a couple weeks until the heat blows over.

    You don't wake a hibernating guy.
    Why don't you just develope "narcolepsy"?



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    Re: Could humans hibernate?

    Quote Originally Posted by 3TrueFans View Post
    Charlton Heston tried that and ended up enslaved by a race of super intelligent monkeys. No thank you.
    Super intelligent? Hardly. They were living in adobe huts and riding horses around. Come on.


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