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When an oxygen leak threatened the lives of three astronauts, the mission became a life or death attempt to get them home safely, organised by people , miles away. Doomsday fanatics believe that a lost civilization predicted our fate more than 1, years ago - that the world will come to an end on 21st December Four years ago David Smith weighed 45 stone kilograms , he was eating himself to death and doctors predicted he would not live to be 30 years old. Now having lost over 28 stone kilograms he is fit, healthy and hoping to make up for lost years by finding himself a girlfriend.
Born and raised in America's high-five, Melissa spent most of her life in the outskirts of her hometown Fenton, Michigan. A country girl, she roamed the woods barefoot catching frogs, snakes and turtles in the creeks along her neighborhood. She learned how to fish when she was 4 years old, entering local fishing competitions and spending countless hours on the edge of her family's dock. With her passion for wildlife, Melissa entered college as a biology major and ended with an education degree. During college, she also studied multiple natural sciences, tree and plant identification, and Native American studies, developing an admiration for the ways of survival in the indigenous tribes. She became passionate about foraging wildflowers, plants, and fungi for edible and medicinal uses. During this time, she began to develop a love for living off the land and using only natural resources in survival. Entirely self-taught, she worked on primitive fishing techniques, trapping, primitive fire making, and shelter building. Upon graduation, she became a Park Naturalist at a Michigan nature preservation where she now leads hikes, constructs outreach programs, and teaches all ages about wilderness survival, botany and organic gardening, insects, animals, fungi, and other natural sciences. Aside from nature and survival, Melissa competes in trail races, sprint triathlons, and obstacle racing.