Watch out for Spaceman Spiff out there!
OK, what did I miss?
I feel like there’s a panel missing
That pool again!
I think some philosopher postulated, “There is a universe in each drop of water.”
THERE! There’s the reason not to cannonball!
Star Gate – Splash Pool 1.
Lio’s gonna have to hold his breath for a long time.
“Houston, we have a problem!”
There was a Twilight Zone episode, “The Bewitchin’ Pool,” similar to this. I don’t remember much about it, except that Mary Badham was one of the kids. (Ms. Badham portrayed Scout Finch in To Kill A Mockingbird.)
In “Big Fish and Begonia”,
our sea is the sky of a mystic peoples who regulate natural forces.
Cos he’s freeeeee….free floatin’….Yeah he’s freeeeeeee
This place has a great view, but no atmosphere.
Either he is pretending to be in space as he “floats in the pool” or he took in so much air before he jumped in that he floated up…
Lio and Alix would get along great!
Liō’s pool looks like much more fun than Heart’s (Heart of the City). Dean should come over there.
My God! It’s full of stars!
That is SOME kiddie pool!
10 seconds to live in space
Any water directly exposed to the environment, such as the liquid on your eyes or tongue would boil off in a matter of seconds. About ten seconds into the ordeal, you would lose vision. Moments later, you would likely lose consciousness, a result of gas exchange working in reverse and oxygen being dumped from your blood. Your skin would discolor to a pallid shade of blue. After about one minute, circulation would stop altogether. After another minute, you’d be dead by asphyxiation.
Oh and you don’t hold your breath or you would collapse. ?So no deep breath.
I knew it! Clearly that “wading pool” is in fact a Wormhole Portal….