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#ActualL. Spiro

Posted 30 December 2013 - 10:52 AM

As some may remember I applied for Mars-One some time ago.

With over 200,000 applicants and an average-at-best video I had given up hope.

 

This just in: Only 1,058 people were selected for round 2.

One of them is L. Spiro (that’s me).

 

I am completely floored.  Getting to round 2 is the hard part.  From here out there will be other elimination processes, but if it comes down to physical endurance and health, well my health problems are all slowly going away and will continue to do so if I put more focus on getting back into good health (which I now have motivation to do).

 

 

Perhaps I will be posting here from Mars after all.

I am told their chief medical examiner will contact me within a few days.

 

I haven’t been this excited for anything since finally getting a job in Japan.

Next stop: Mars.

 

Also, we need your support:

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/mars-one-first-private-mars-mission-in-2018

Every little bit helps.

 

 

L. Spiro


#1L. Spiro

Posted 30 December 2013 - 10:41 AM

As some may remember I applied for Mars-One some time ago.

With over 200,000 applicants and an average-at-best video I had given up hope.

 

This just in: Only 1,058 people were selected for round 2.

One of them is L. Spiro (that’s me).

 

I am completely floored.  Getting to round 2 is the hard part.  From here out there will be other elimination processes, but if it comes down to physical endurance and health, well my health problems are all slowly going away and will continue to do so if I put more focus on getting back into good health (which I now have motivation to do).

 

 

Perhaps I will be posting here from Mars after all.

I am told their chief medical examiner will contact me within a few days.

 

I haven’t been this excited for anything since finally getting a job in Japan.

Next stop: Mars.

 

 

L. Spiro


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