At how shit this was?
his blood should have boiled and eyes burst and died a horrifc, agonizing death as space destroyed him righ tin front of quill. and its stupid that they magically cant swap fucking space suits back and forth like in previous films.
the surface freezes and forms a shell around the interior. explosive decompression is a myth.
>the surface freezes and forms a shell around the interior.
Wouldn't happen, brainlet.
I'll explosively decompress both of you for arguing about this
its literally what has happened with every experiment surrounding exposing large quantities of water to hard vacuum in microgravity. the liquid on the surface evaporates, freezing the liquid "below" it, and the rest remains liquid, as there is no where for the heat of the inner liquid to radiate.
You are genuinely retarded if you think that implies a person's skin would freeze. Get real.
liquid becoming gas requires heat. the surface of your skin is covered in liquids. the heat has to come from somewhere. your skin isn't going to evaporate, but it can freeze.
>but it can freeze.
Space is a vacuum so your body would only cool at the rate it loses energy via infrared radiation. i.e. very slowly. Go outside on a cold day without a jacket and you're losing heat faster than you would in the vacuum of space.
You wouldn't explosively decompress but the fluids in your mucus membranes and skin would boil
>your body would only cool at the rate it loses energy via infrared radiation
the freezing is a result of the endothermic reaction of "boiling." read: converting liquid to gas. since no heat is provided, heat is absorbed from the nearest liquid. then once no more liquid is exposed to hard vacuum, no further reaction.
Ice sublimates in a vacuum retard, how do you think freeze-drying works?
>Ice sublimates in a vacuum
requires heat. no heat, no sublimation.
You are right, my mistake. I am wrong.
like, say, the 36 degrees of heat inside a human body?
yep. which is spent long before the body can explode.
You are right my mistake. I apologize
>I'VE BEEN TO SPACE GUYZZZZ
Go back to Cinemaphile
It was a great scene, whole ending was well done. Unfortunately the rest of the film was ruined by being FAR too quippy. The first film pretty much made that marvel formula but holy fuck did they overdo it here
the mother of all midwit posts
Yondu is not human so it's forgivable if his body doesn't behave exactly as a human's would
>character freezes in space
Hate this retarded bullshit.
It was a genuinely touching scene in an otherwise very silly movie.
gunn talks about space
I didn't, because unlike you who's probably deep in your sheltered nerdbitch 30s, I reached my emotional maturity when adults are typically supposed to.
Endgame was the best thing that ever happened to you too, isn't it? gay
Guardians of the galaxy is the only marvel capeshit ive seen
>It's not time to make a change
>Just relax, take it easy
>You're still young, that's your fault
>There's so much you have to know
>How can I try to explain?
>When I do, he turns away again
>It's always been the same
>Same old story
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