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The process of making food for the ISS astronauts starts at the grocery store, but ends in a laboratory.

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Drain The Bermuda Triangle: Space Food

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The process of making food for the ISS astronauts starts at the grocery store, but ends in a laboratory.

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Daniel Rolan
Daniel Rolan

Here's an interesting thought: what if humans themselves are space food for certain scavenger races. This is what some UFO researchers have concluded - with animal mutilations and human abduction - the ET visitors need blood plasma and other biological resources we have in abundance on our over populated Earth. I know this sounds unbelievable. But get the truth, before you dismiss this.

http://alieninvasion.org/3-reasons-behind-alien-abduction-program/

nikhil chavan
nikhil chavan

this thg is incredible, i have never seen this...


Tony Garcia
Tony Garcia

It is wonderful and very interesting all we can learn in such a little time