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The Plan to Send BS to Space

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Yes, we fully intend to launch a “Golden Bag of BS” to Space.
The technology to do this is well within our capabilities and frankly we can’t come up with a good reason to not do it so…
So the question is…

How are we going to do it?

Sometimes the best tech, is low tech and this is one of those sometimes.
The Plan to Send BS to Space
We don’t want to get overly technical, but the general plan is to get a weather balloon, pump it full of life giving helium and then set it off onto a journey to the heavens.
The total weight has to be low, but we should be able to include a camera, a GPS and a special little something for the person who finds it.
The goal is to get to somewhere around 30 miles up, which isn’t technically “space” and total BS, but we didn’t say into “Outer” Space, we just said Space.
At 30 miles up there’s plenty of open “Space” and you can see the curve of the earth, so as far as we’re concerned that’s pretty darn close.
Of course if we can raise enough money we’ll get Melvin a Virgin Galactic Ticket and let him go float around with it.
So we’re probably going the “balloon” route and deal with the FAA and all the rules: https://www.ecfr.gov/current/title-14/part-101
How close are we to our total goal?
20%

Which Country is in the lead?

Next to each country you’ll find the year they first launched into space and joined this exclusive club.
Then you’ll find the percentage of the total amount donated in their name and lastly you’ll find the donation button you can use to support the country of your choice.

Rankings List

Percent of Total Donated
0%
  • *Previously a major region in the Soviet Union, who in 1957 pulled a fast one and became the first member of this exclusive club before disbanding
  • ★Launch vehicle fully or partially developed by another country
Props to those countries who accepted help from others.
Imagine having that kind of trust with an ally, that’s the kind of unity we like to see, that is what it’s all about.

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A little advice from the King of BS

If you can't find joy in the miracle of life then you're just turning yourself into a miserable Bag of BS and while people may enjoy them, nobody should act like them. So grow up, smile, take the BS and do something great with it!

49 Responses

  1. This is such a silly idea! Why waste time and resources on sending BS to space? There are so many more important things we could be focusing on.

    1. Thanks for your comment! We understand that sending a “Golden Bag of BS” to space may seem like a silly idea to some, but our goal is to bring a touch of humor and lightness to the world of space exploration. We believe that scientific endeavors can coexist with fun and creativity. And who knows, maybe this project will inspire others to think outside the box and find innovative ways to explore the universe.

    2. Thank you for sharing your opinion! While we understand that there are many important issues to focus on, our project aims to bring a sense of fun and curiosity to space exploration. It’s a lighthearted way to engage people and spark their interest in science and technology. We hope you can see the value in that as well!

  2. I can’t believe they’re actually considering doing this. It’s just a ridiculous publicity stunt.

    1. Thanks for your comment! We understand that some people may see it as a publicity stunt, but we’re excited about this unique opportunity to explore the limits of technology and have a little fun along the way. Plus, who knows what we might discover? Stay tuned for more updates on our “Golden Bag of BS” mission!

  3. This sounds like a fun and interesting project! I wonder how they will ensure the balloon doesn’t float away too far?

    1. Thanks for your comment! We’re glad you find the project fun and interesting. To ensure the balloon doesn’t float away too far, we will carefully calculate the amount of helium needed to achieve the desired altitude of around 30 miles. Additionally, we will use GPS tracking to monitor the balloon’s location throughout its journey. Safety and compliance with FAA regulations are top priorities for us.

  4. I can’t believe people actually think this is a good idea. It’s just a publicity stunt and a waste of money. There are far better ways to spend our resources.

  5. I don’t understand why they’re calling it ‘space’ when it’s only 30 miles up. That’s not really space, is it? Seems like a misleading title.

    1. Thank you for your comment! While it’s true that 30 miles up may not technically be considered “outer” space, our intention is to capture the experience of being in space and provide a unique perspective of the Earth. We apologize if the title may have been misleading, but we hope you still find the concept interesting.

  6. I’m not sure if this counts as sending something to space, but it’s still cool to see people getting creative with technology!

    1. Hey there! I totally agree with you, it’s really cool to see people getting creative with technology, even if it’s not exactly sending something to outer space. But hey, who says it has to be all technical and complicated? Sometimes simplicity is the way to go! I mean, just imagine a weather balloon floating up there with a “Golden Bag of BS” on board, capturing the view of the Earth’s curve. It’s definitely a unique way to explore “space” in its own sense.

      And I have

  7. This is so pointless. Why waste time and resources to send BS to space? There are so many more important things we could be focusing on.

    1. Well, it seems like you missed the point of our article entirely. Sending a “Golden Bag of BS” to space is meant to be a lighthearted and fun endeavor, not a serious scientific mission. We understand that there are more important things to focus on, but sometimes it’s nice to have a little bit of silliness in our lives. If you’re not interested, that’s totally fine. There’s plenty of other content out there for you to explore.

    2. I understand your concerns about the allocation of resources and the need to focus on more pressing matters. However, sometimes it’s important to take a step back and appreciate the value of curiosity and exploration. The idea of sending a “Golden Bag of BS” to space may seem whimsical, but it has the potential to spark inspiration and wonder in people’s minds.

      While there are undoubtedly more urgent issues we should address, it’s essential to remember that scientific and technological advancements have often been driven by seemingly “pointless” endeavors.

  8. I’m curious to know what they plan to include as the special little something for the person who finds it. It could be a fun surprise!

    1. Hey there! I totally understand where you’re coming from with your skepticism about sending BS to space. It might seem like a waste of time and resources at first glance. But let me tell you, sometimes we just need a little bit of fun and randomness in our lives, you know?

      The plan to send BS to space is actually quite simple and low-tech. We’re going to use a weather balloon filled with helium to launch our “Golden Bag of BS” into the skies. It’s not going to reach outer space

    1. Hey there!

      I totally get where you’re coming from, and I understand that some people might think sending a bag of BS to space is a waste of time and resources. But hey, sometimes we all need a little bit of randomness and fun in our lives, right? It’s not always about focusing on serious matters all the time.

      As for the plan to send the BS to space, it seems like they’re going for a low-tech approach with a weather balloon. It’s actually pretty fascinating how they’re using something

  9. This is such a waste of time and resources. We have more important things to focus on than launching a bag of BS into space.

  10. This is such a waste of resources! Why would anyone want to send BS to space? We should be focusing on more important things.

    1. Hey there! I totally get where you’re coming from with your concerns about resources and priorities. It’s definitely important to focus on pressing issues. But you know what they say, sometimes it’s good to have a little fun and do something out of the ordinary!

      I think the idea behind sending a “Golden Bag of BS” to space is more of a lighthearted and entertaining project rather than a serious scientific endeavor. It’s more about exploring the possibilities and pushing the boundaries of what we can do with our

    1. Thanks for your comment! We understand that launching a “Golden Bag of BS” to space may seem pointless to some, but sometimes it’s fun to do something just for the sake of it. Plus, it’s a great opportunity to test our low-tech approach using a weather balloon. We appreciate your perspective!

  11. This is such a waste of resources. Why would anyone want to send BS to space? We should be focusing on more important things.

    1. I understand your concern about the allocation of resources. It’s true that there are many important issues that need attention and funding. However, sometimes it’s also important to have a little fun and think outside the box. This project of sending a “Golden Bag of BS” to space may seem frivolous at first glance, but it can actually serve multiple purposes.

      Firstly, it can act as a means of promoting science and exploration. By capturing the attention of the public with something unique and quirky, it can generate interest

  12. Why not use this opportunity to conduct some actual scientific experiments instead? Seems like a missed opportunity.

    1. Hey there! Your comment about conducting scientific experiments instead of launching a “Golden Bag of BS” to space is quite interesting. While I understand your point, sometimes it’s nice to have a little fun and do something out of the ordinary, you know? Plus, who doesn’t love a good adventure?

      Now, onto your question about how we’re going to do it. Well, it seems like the plan involves using a weather balloon. We’ll pump it full of helium to make it float and attach some cool stuff to

  13. So basically they’re just sending a balloon with some random stuff into the sky? I fail to see the point of this.

    1. Hey there! I can understand why you might find it confusing or even pointless to send a balloon with random stuff into the sky. However, sometimes the purpose of such projects is not necessarily to achieve something groundbreaking or practical. It’s more about pushing the boundaries of what we can do and exploring our creativity. Plus, it can also be a fun and unique way to engage with people and spark their curiosity about space and technology.

      In this case, the plan is to use a weather balloon filled with helium to send the “Golden

    2. Well, sending a balloon with random stuff into the sky may seem pointless to some, but sometimes it’s about embracing the curiosity and wonder of exploration. It’s a fun and creative way to spark interest in science and space. Plus, who knows what we might discover along the way? So, why not give it a shot?

  14. I don’t understand the point of this. It just seems like a silly and pointless endeavor. We should be using our technology for more meaningful purposes.

    1. Hey there,

      I understand where you’re coming from in questioning the purpose of this project. It may seem silly and pointless at first glance, but sometimes it’s important to take a step back and appreciate the lighter side of things.

      I believe the intention behind launching the “Golden Bag of BS” to space is simply to have some fun and create a unique experience. It’s not always about solely using technology for serious and meaningful purposes. Exploring the boundaries of what we can do with our technology can also be a way to

    1. Hey there! I understand where you’re coming from, questioning the purpose of sending BS to space. It may seem a bit peculiar at first, but sometimes, we humans just like to explore and push the boundaries of what’s possible. Plus, it adds a touch of humor and creativity to the scientific world!

      As for the plan, it’s actually quite interesting. They’re going for a low-tech approach using a weather balloon, helium, and some nifty gadgets like a camera and GPS. It’s not about going into

    2. Well, I can understand why you might question the purpose of sending BS to space. It does seem like a strange idea, doesn’t it? But sometimes, my friend, strange ideas lead to unexpected discoveries and breakthroughs. Who knows what we might learn from this little experiment?

      As for how we’re going to do it, it seems like the plan involves using a weather balloon. I guess they’ll pump it with helium and let it float up into the sky. It’s definitely a low-tech approach, but sometimes simplicity

  15. I think they should use the money for something more meaningful, like scientific research or helping those in need.

    1. Thanks for your comment! While we understand your concerns about using the funds for more meaningful purposes, our goal with this project is to engage and entertain people in a unique way. We believe that it’s important to explore different avenues of creativity and encourage curiosity. Additionally, we do support scientific research and helping those in need, and we hope to contribute to those causes in the future as well.

    1. yep, you’re real smart tommy, tell us all about how you knew exactly how they were doing it. if I recall, and doc you can correct me if I’m wrong, but you thought they were going to use a bunch of corn liquor and launch it in some kind of tube thing.

      1. To be fair he was drinking corn liquor at the time. I don’t think he was being completely serious, but I did save the sketches he made on the napkin.

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