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Well to be fair, unlike pony he doesn’t even need a respirator.
Always nice to see that joke.
Fallout 3 beats it on the Mothership Zeta addon though. In a spacesuit, your hand and pipboy are exposed to vacuum
While it would swell terribly, you should be able to survive. Vacuum is not actually cold or hot.
Well there is the small problem of capillaries bursting due to boiling blood that causes the swelling but yeah, that’s minor ish.
All the same though sunburn sucks, though freezing in he shade sucks as well so alternate.
Actually, near-vacuum is insanely hot. Temperature, as an absolute value, does not work the way that we think of it as working, down here around sea level.
Plus, you need to remember that boiling points are highly dependent upon pressure. At 14.69 psi, the boiling point of water is 212° F. At 0.5 psi, it’s less than 80° F. At 30 psi, it’s 250° F.
Yes, but evaporating sweat will bring down the temperature and being in the shade is -100 C.
Nice demonstration video. Thanks.
And of course the temperature drops in water that’s made to boil by means of pressure reduction. When you boil water by applying heat to it, the act of the water boiling cools the remaining water as well. That’s why an entire kettle of water doesn’t all go vaporous at once.
There’s the additional confounding factor that the state-change itself requires an input of heat. I think it’s something like 2 or 4 degrees Celsius worth of heat that has to be put into a water-ice cube for it to make that state transition. The ice and the water on either side of that transition will be (essentially) the same temperature, despite the large amount of heat that has been added to it.
Not being familiar with the Fallout series, I just searched for pipboy, as my initial reaction was “what kind of messed-up spacesuit leaves your pipboy exposed!”
The kind developed by lazy game-component designers.
Or, more likely, it’s a simple matter of cost/effect. Fallout 3 was pre-Skyrim, when Bethesda didn’t have as much money to throw at their games. Fallout 4 is a lot more detailed, not just graphically but it terms of the interaction of parts within the system.
I still remember people’s initial reactions to the Pipboys rendered in real time, rather than being a flat screen inserted into a still-frame of the zoomed-in device. Plus, seeing someone get into a suit of power armor for the first time was beautiful.
He’s leaving out all of the random abductions in which they get him back before morning.
To be fair. quite possibly some of them were probably freaked out supervillains who decided to send him back. Or Lazerpony got stuck under some boxes in a warehouse
Well, you know teens gotta tag those fields, probe prank the locals, and play other mind games with the yokels.
Um, because you’re the greatest hero in this universe. Or supposed to be at least.
But that’s his other iterations, not he himself. He’s a massive blip on the statistical curve of the multiverse.
He isn’t just an outlier. He never got out of bed.
Too be fair he IS in the bad timeline if not for that most likely he’d be just as awesome as all his counterparts.
That and there’s a panel where a league looked at him and said “No, it’s not safe for you. The (insert info because I can’t remember the panel in this comic) is dangerous to you. We can’t take you this time
Are you thinking of the Doctor Who strip, Nightmask?
That would be the one, Narf.
But how many of those Stallions have Marry Sue?
wow so LP actually succeeded for once. One step closer to becoming a Laser Stallion.
Well, to be fair, he didn’t do all the work. Those aliens were the ones to come up with the best solution to a very bad situation.
And it involved shackles. Huh.
I’ll now assume Mr.Sausage is an avid Sunstone reader.
Those aliens are some kinky freaks.
That’s why all the Laser Stallions have a Keith isn’t it? To help point the Stallions in the right direction
I’ll drink to that.
So, Laser Pony’s Keith is just defective?
Well, he’s certainly equipped with an insufficient quantity of shits to give
I’m finding that to be a very useful superpower to have, during this past week or so.
No, he just lacks the right IQ to be effective (sadly, his IQ doesn’t go above two digits)
Eh, if the average I.Q. is 100, then about 45% are in the double digits (assuming a lot of crowding around the center of the bell curve). Most of those people get along just fine with a 90 – 95 I.Q. I don’t associate with many (any that I can think of, now that I think about it) people of around average I.Q. and education or lower, but they’re out there, and most live mostly fulfilling lives, I assume.
I don’t put a whole lot of stock in I.Q. scores, at any rate. There are so many aspects of mental ability that aren’t measurable with a standardized test.
He has realized the inherent absurdity of his own universe. Most of us catch on to that point around about puberty, but hey!
If think hes forgetting one big thing http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/BatmanCanBreatheInSpace
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