Would you be comfortable to be in a rather tight, enclosed space for several days with no means to just walk out? Think submarine or the ISS.
I was on a submarine in the Navy. Longest time without surfacing was 77 days.
Most importantly is there wi fi?
I think so but I'm not sure.
No. One of my fears is to be stuck in a small space.
I think if be more willing to handle it if I were on the ISS, I've always been fascinated with space. I don't think you get much of a view in a sub, I could be wrong, but it can't be as good as earth.
I can do small space for a few hours but not a few days.
I think I am too tall to fit in either of those situations actually. I know there are height limits on things like submarines, tanks, planes, and some boats in the military.
I think the height limit for submarines is 5'11'' or 180 cm. We probably both are over, I'm a bit shy of 6'1'', but that evades the question ;)
No the small spaces would not bother me too much, as long as I am physically able to move around without difficulty.
Oh, HELL no!!! I'm going to be taking Xanax to make it through an MRI on Tuesday without having a panic attack.
No problemo, I'm actually the opposite of claustrophobic, though claustrophile is probably not a proper word. I admit though that all that water pressure or airless space around me might worry me, but not the fact I'm in a tight space.