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devil-eater
Jul 01, 2023

Love this

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banezor
Jun 23, 2023

Came back to read this after all the undersea action in the news.

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support.world.peace
Jan 17, 2023

I've been reading my way through your entire catalogue, thanks for the enjoyable night. your work is clever and thought provoking, well illustrated and paced. keep being speculative! i love it and will be sticking around.

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Damian Alcántara
Damian Alcántara
Jan 08, 2023

Ozymandias! Wow, even the names of your comics are so meaningful...

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jant01625
Nov 01, 2022

quick fun fact! Vacuum doesn't transfer heat, so you actually wouldn't freeze. you'd melt.

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Michael Sauerwein
Michael Sauerwein
Nov 04, 2022
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Not quite true. Vacuum does not transfer heat through conduction or convection, true. But it can still transfer heat by radiation like infrared. Like how the sun can warm the Earth through the vacuum of space by light radiation. This is a much less efficient and slower process than conduction or convection. So over time the body would lose heat and freeze, but it would not happen quickly like in movies or comic books. The body would suffer very slow ablation from micrometeoroids, and harsher radiation like ultraviolet and X-rays would degrade plastics in the spacesuit, DNA, and unprotected organics like the skin.

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