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Blood vessels very close to the surface of the skin might burst and result in bruising (this could be very bad if it occurs in your lungs) and if the pressures in your ears can't equalise you'll probably burst your ear-drums. Anything in your stomach, because it's weightless and may therefore be floating 'above' any gas in your stomach might be ejected as the gas forces it's way out, but only as the pressures are equalised. The same might apply to any farts close to your anus but your poo might be solid enough (I don't want to know the general state of your poo) to keep them in. A similar thing may happen to the mucus up your conk, which along with the liquid film on your eyeballs, will also tend to boil off (through low-pressure, not heat) and evaporate. If you're in sunlight any exposed skin will get bad sunburn.For the most part though, our skin, being water-proof, does a pretty good job of keeping everything inside it; it's only really the gas-filled body cavities that really cause problems. Well, apart from not being able to breath, of course.
It would be similar to what happens to fish when they a brought up from the deep: barotrauma …[attachment=8612]http://www.spc.int/Coastfish/News/LRF/11/LRF11-StJohn.pdf
We're a good bit tougher than deep-sea fish, fortunately.http://www.astronomycafe.net/qadir/ask/a10621.htmlI forgot about getting cold.
Say I took this body and chucked it out the window of my well kewl space ship...would it inflate like a marshmallow in a vacuum ?...would it explode ?..or just immediately freeze into a meat Popsicle?...
Could you suckered into doing it?