According to Ty Franck, this exact thing happened when NASA accidentally locked an astronaut out for like 15 seconds orsomething and he survived. In the show that scene takes just over a minute, and THAT I am sure is inaccurate, but it couldve been just dramaticaly slow-motioned or whatever. But yes, apparently you… Read more
Yeah, the cause of death in space would be suffocation, since it would take far too long for the heat to radiate off for the cold to matter and the pressure difference between one atmosphere and zero atmospheres isn’t actually all that extreme. Like you said, consciousness is the problem. You will lose consciousness… Read more
8000 years later the weak, intangible spirit of Sauron possesses various inhabitants of a small Pacific logging town and causes them to kill. And starts going by “BOB”. Also owls are involved. Somehow.
“The first thing you would notice is the lack of air. You wouldn’t lose consciousness straight away; it might take up to 15 seconds as your body uses up the remaining oxygen reserves from your bloodstream, and — if you don’t hold your breath — you could perhaps survive for as long as two minutes without permanent… Read more
“How many legs are there?”
A lesson George Lucas learned with Jabba when making the first Star Wars. But he couldn’t help himself with the “upgrades”.