Josh Martin

Get Paid To Lay In Bed!
Get Paid To Lay In Bed!

Got some time to kill? NASA is recruiting volunteers to lie in bed for 70 days to research the effects of microgravity on the Human body. The study’s going on in Houston, where you’ll stay for two weeks, doing daily activities for researchers, so they can monitor your body in normal conditions. After that, you’re put into a tilted bed for 70 days where there are 16 hours of light and eight hours of darkness. You are allowed access to computer games, TV, books, the internet, and visitors are permitted. All food is provided by NASA to keep you at a constant weight. The only time you can move is when scientists carry out tests to find out any changes in bone, muscle, circulation, nutrition and the immune system. They will pay $5,000-a-month. Is it worth losing 3 months of your life? Yes, then sign up here: https://bedreststudy.jsc.nasa.gov/apply.aspx

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