Now what?. .. i think that would be chill as hell, drifting aimlessly through the void... imagine being sucked into a black hole. immortality would make it pretty interesting Now what? i think that would be chill as hell drifting aimlessly through the void imagine being sucked into a black hole immortality make it pretty interesting
Upload
Login or register
Leave a comment Refresh Comments (226)
[ 226 comments ]
Anonymous comments allowed.
113 comments displayed.
#4 - sovereignty
Reply +314
(04/08/2014) [-]
i think that would be chill as hell, drifting aimlessly through the void... **** imagine being sucked into a black hole. immortality would make it pretty interesting.
#54 to #4 - kez
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
Immortality doesnt mean you cant die.

It means you cant die naturally
#58 to #54 - cowisbeast
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
That's biological immortality, immortality means you can't die.
#64 to #4 - jukuku
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
He's not drifting aimlessly. He's in orbit FOREVER.

#68 to #4 - timelordjam
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
I imagine you would collide into a planet eventually, starting a new species and ****.**** would be cash
#80 to #4 - anon
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
Depends. What kind of immortality do you have? I mean, the indestructible-body-totally-can't-be-hurt kind might make it pretty cool, until you go mad from the prolonged emptiness (keeping in mind that most people already begin experiencing hallucinations at ~45 minutes in sensory deprivation chambers like the anechoic chambers used in NASA.) Eventually, though, you'd probably get stuck in the gravity of a star or planet, since immortality would do nothing to allow you to escape the forces of gravity. And on the other side, if you've got a regenerative-style immortality where you can be hurt, but your body regenerates infinitely after being hurt... Then you'd experience excruciating pain with every object / event you came into contact with, likely concluding with you being stuck on an inhospitable planet--or worse, on the surface of a sun, constantly burning and regenerating for eternity.
#104 to #4 - animedudej ONLINE
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
you would most likely go unconcious after a while and when the black hole eventually disperses  i think they do that after a long enough time  then you will be billions of years in the future and perhaps there is more life than ever in the cosmos
you would most likely go unconcious after a while and when the black hole eventually disperses i think they do that after a long enough time then you will be billions of years in the future and perhaps there is more life than ever in the cosmos
#151 to #104 - boomerpyro
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
perhaps you end up thrown into the multiverse/void-between-realities
#139 to #4 - anon
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
Until you need to take a ****....
#6 to #4 - cards
Reply +15
(04/08/2014) [-]
Considering it would take millions of years before anything exciting happened. Depends on his velocity.
#8 to #6 - moistnuggests
Reply +1
(04/08/2014) [-]
This is purely speculation on my part with absolutely no research so take it as you will. This is just my limited understanding time/light.

This all depends on how light from the rest of the universe looks as you approach a black hole, it could very well appear as if stars and galaxies are disappearing/appearing and moving around at a constantly accelerating rate.
This would only happen if the light slows down as it approaches a black hole but still moves faster than him.

If light speed isn't affected then it would feel like he's getting sucked into a black hole. Nothing other than his momentum changes and once he gets too close he gets crushed into oblivion.

Whichever happens it will happen from his perspective and at normal speed, because you don't perceive the movement of time.
If you enter a slow time zone you wouldn't notice. From your perspective one of two thing will happen; everything around you accelerates or nothing changes until you exit the slow time zone.
#9 to #6 - anon
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
Well since he had no friction (space) but he was propelled from something his speed would gradually increase..just like the universe is drifting apart faster and faster.
#15 to #9 - herpaderderp
Reply +8
(04/08/2014) [-]
Bro, do you even physics?
#65 to #9 - jukuku
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
lol wut
#39 to #9 - anon
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
Interesting mention in relatinship towards such theories.
But no, looks like any theory that we already god is about as correct as it gets.
#36 to #9 - sardinez
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
his speed will stay the same unless acted upon by an alien force.

the universe is expanding not drifting
#154 to #4 - rundas
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
But what about when you need to take a ****
#172 to #154 - mikepetru
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
don't need to **** if you don't need to eat
#197 to #4 - sciencexplain
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
Immortality through a black hole is a paradox, thus ending the universe as we know it. Not cool.
#224 to #197 - sovereignty
Reply 0
(04/09/2014) [-]
ah, science explain. please explain to me how immortality through a black hole is a paradox
#225 to #224 - sciencexplain
Reply 0
(04/09/2014) [-]
OK, consider this. Immortality means your existence as a physical being cannot be ended. It is forever. However, when you enter a black hole, black holes rip apart any physical object that is there. Therefore, your physical existence ceases to exist yet your existence must continue, even though the existence could only last in a physical form. No acceptable outcome that appeases both sides can be created therefore, so a paradox is then created. Just like an unstoppable object hitting an immovable object.
#226 to #225 - sovereignty
Reply 0
(04/10/2014) [-]
i guess that makes sense. :I enough sense for me at least
i guess that makes sense. :I enough sense for me at least
#202 to #4 - checkedem
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
**checkedem rolled image** what i would do in space for eternity
#82 to #4 - DmOnZ
Reply +1
(04/08/2014) [-]
But what happens when you run out of oxygen? You can't die, so all that would happen is you constantly feeling like your suffocating. That pain in your chest when you can't breath, never ending, never fading. You constantly are starved of oxygen, but yet you know no relief from that suffering.
#120 to #82 - popnotes
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
You are absolutely right.
#33 to #4 - greycommotion
Reply +3
(04/08/2014) [-]
It would be a living hell. Considering how people get bored after a couple of minutes of doing nothing, an eternity would be unbearable.

A real case of "I have no mouth but I must scream" cause there's no sound in space
#23 to #4 - vikingesnumerouno
Reply +6
(04/08/2014) [-]
You would go insane pretty quickly
And I would be scared ******** if I was sucked into a black hole, I'm terrified of those *******.
#220 to #23 - Shenanigins
Reply 0
(04/09/2014) [-]
I'm not. I'm terrified of more sensible things. Like black people
#38 to #4 - anon
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
"pretty interesting?"
Are you mad?
That would be insane. I mean, you would live so long that the universe would collapse on itself, and you would be able to take a part of the next big bang if all theories are correct.
Thus, you are the third god. GG NO RE
#106 to #4 - rshowat
Reply -1
(04/08/2014) [-]
No. There a point where you don't wanna live forever, There is a point where you just want to die.


Pirate/Purchase a movie called In Time. Sorta focuses on just that. That living forever is not that great. There's a point where you just want it to end.
#144 to #4 - bullhorn
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
Not to mention ******* terrifying
#7 to #4 - ktbmnf
Reply +65
(04/08/2014) [-]
dude, it would hurt like a mother ******. the whole stretched like a rubber band thing.
#153 to #7 - theruse
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
That doesn't happen.
#43 to #7 - dragonbgone
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
I mean.. After a while your nerves dampen pain. It would probably hurt a lot at first then mellow out. Hard to say what would actually happen though
#74 to #43 - boomerpyro
Reply -7
(04/08/2014) [-]
the black hole should not stretch you, it bends space around it so technically space is larger the closer to the black hole you come
#93 to #74 - stallioncock
Reply +15
(04/08/2014) [-]
***** do you even blackhole?
#105 to #93 - boomerpyro
Reply -2
(04/08/2014) [-]
i have phrased it badly but mŧ point still stands
#143 to #105 - nicoquitemad
Reply +2
(04/08/2014) [-]
Wouldn't a black hole just squish you like crazy?
#147 to #143 - boomerpyro
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
its referred to as a hole because that is the closest comparison, the gravity creates a semi-pocket dimension (if i can call it that) it bends space in such a way that space expands, the matter is not crushed to infinity as most would think, matter cannot occupy the space of something just as dense, it would rip itself apart on the most basic levels and cease to exist. the matter may be dense but the density cannot be infinite without placing infinite strain on our reality.   
i hope this clears up some of your questions.
its referred to as a hole because that is the closest comparison, the gravity creates a semi-pocket dimension (if i can call it that) it bends space in such a way that space expands, the matter is not crushed to infinity as most would think, matter cannot occupy the space of something just as dense, it would rip itself apart on the most basic levels and cease to exist. the matter may be dense but the density cannot be infinite without placing infinite strain on our reality.
i hope this clears up some of your questions.
#159 to #147 - AdamBaum
Reply +2
(04/08/2014) [-]
scienceexplain, I summon thee. There is an imposter!
#164 to #159 - boomerpyro
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
Trust me, i has science.
#186 to #164 - sciencexplain
Reply +3
(04/08/2014) [-]
That's MY profile picture. Get 'yo own.
#148 to #147 - nicoquitemad
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
I thought it was just very, very dense.
#150 to #148 - boomerpyro
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
a black hole might as well be a miniature universe, could explain somethings and work against others
Hey sciencexplain? could mine theory make some sense if looked at from a scientific view?
#187 to #150 - sciencexplain
Reply +1
(04/08/2014) [-]
Probably not. Black holes literally take everything inwards and rip them apart through masses of force and gravity. No universe could exist in a black hole because it would be torn to complete shreds instantly.
#178 to #150 - cmkpower
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
A black hole would most likely not create a new universe from its own energy. It is however considered that a spinning black hole would be able to tear a hole in the space-time and create what is known as a wormhole. They are mostly considered shortcuts through time and space and therefore also a possible way to travel in time. The problem is that if such thing would happen then we would also see white holes in the universe where matter and light appeared out of nowhere.

If we assume that the theory of wormholes is true then they might be able to send the energy out of our universe into another universe where time hasn't started yet and thereby create a big bang by introducing time through our universe.

That is the closest that i can come to make your theory work though I doubt would it happen.
#168 to #150 - Fgner ONLINE
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
That's a theory proposed by almost no credible scientist. The official theory is black holes are simply singularities - infinity mass in an infinitely small space. It eats everything, converts it to radiation, and spits it out. It's not a new dimension, it doesn't make space bigger. And once you enter the event horizon, you stretch out like spaghetti (the accepted model at least). You're just spewing out your asshole.

And in my (non-quantum-physist so you can ignore this) mind - Black holes aren't even singularities - they're just extremely dense remnants of a supernova with gravity strong enough to bend light. Sure, they're extremely dense and have a huge amount of gravity. But they are finite masses that originated from finite masses. They're not magical and infinite by any means, just radical on our scale. Thus some black holes are bigger than other, they eat more and gain more mass. Thus they spit radiation and **** out - because now the gravity is strong enough to continue operation as a "star" but the light from all the reactions are simply being held back from the immense gravity, etc. But again, this isn't a professional opinion. I'm a computer scientist, not a quantum mechanist.
#170 to #168 - boomerpyro
Reply -1
(04/08/2014) [-]
gee thanks for the red thumb, i really needed that for expressing a theory as a suggestion, i never said it was a fresh dimension, i meant that it expands/bends space in the area around it, time and space works differently under extreme gravity
sorry for not being clear enough.
#204 to #170 - Fgner ONLINE
Reply +2
(04/08/2014) [-]
You're spreading misinformation as fact.

"a black hole might as well be a miniature universe"
"it bends space around it so technically space is larger the closer to the black hole you come"
"my point still stands"

A black hole does cause space to stretch and time to slow - pretty much infinitely so. But that's what the "spaghetti" theory states. The closest part of you experiences so much more gravity (even though it's such a small distance) that you get strung out infinitely like spaghetti. It gets stretched out and elongated in a death spiral orbit to the center is all. And on it's way **** gets eaten up and spit out as radiation while time slows down to basically a complete stop.

And even then a lot of new theories smash all current understandings of black holes - some say that to obey our understanding of physics, black holes are ends of the universe and when you hit the event horizon you are dissolved into quantum nothingness and shot out as radiation. Some say (a theory proposed by Hawking in a brain-storming paper) that black holes can't actually exist and we're simply missing something critical.

So let's put it this way - black holes are ******* weird. And they're unbelievably complex objects beyond our current comprehension. They may obey physics we don't and may never model. And because of this, no one even in the community that studies them truly knows exactly what the **** goes down in them. But according to every single damn model - you spaghetti-fi. With smaller Schwarzschild radi this even occurs outside the event horizon and is observable!
#222 to #204 - boomerpyro
Reply -1
(04/09/2014) [-]
sorry then, english is not my first language
#191 to #170 - nicoquitemad
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
I appreciate the hypothesizing, but it'd have been great with some simple widely accepted black hole facts establishing the theory your hypothesis revolves around first.
#155 to #150 - nicoquitemad
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
As far as I can tell, a black hole is just a region of space having a gravitational field so intense that no matter or radiation can escape.
#179 to #155 - cmkpower
Reply +1
(04/08/2014) [-]
It has however been proven that energy can in fact leave a black hole in the form of hawking radiation leaving the black hole slowly decaying and dying. This was proven by Stephen Hawking and therefore the radiation has been named after him. As far as I know the universe isn't old enough for black hole to have decayed yet but when they will its probably going to be more violent than a supernova.
#193 to #179 - nicoquitemad
Reply +1
(04/08/2014) [-]
That's real fukken neato. No seriously, that's cool as heck.
#198 to #193 - cmkpower
Reply +1
(04/08/2014) [-]
Happy I could help. I don't get to talk about science as much as I should.
#200 to #198 - nicoquitemad
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
You can make some silly content about it?
#203 to #200 - cmkpower
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
My content isn't nearly as successful as my comments. I've gotten 53 thumbs for saying The Never Ending Story. And by best content got at total of 21.
#207 to #203 - nicoquitemad
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
an average of less than 20 for content, and my best comment being at 143, I feel ya.

But you might as well give it a try! For science..!
#219 to #207 - cmkpower
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
It seems my OC might become successful.
#218 to #207 - cmkpower
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
#212 to #207 - cmkpower
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
I wish I knew how I find it a lot easier to discuss or answer questions.
I do however have some pictures of my toenail I've been meant to post somewhere.
#116 to #105 - stallioncock
-1
has deleted their comment [-]
#108 to #74 - garymotherfingoak
Reply +1
(04/08/2014) [-]
youre not shadowtails..
#110 to #108 - boomerpyro
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
i never said i was, shady is mah sister
#5 - nevolmon
Reply +159
(04/08/2014) [-]
Jebediah Kerman's life in a nutshell.
#171 to #5 - yourfaced
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
I lost that little ***** twice on the mun and he just chilled there till I went out and got him. Little dude died on me one time and he came back from the dead when I went to find his replacement.

I love that little guy.
#208 to #5 - robotvoice
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
''jebediah dont give a ****, go ahead send me into space, i dont care''
#109 to #5 - galaxyguy ONLINE
Reply +2
(04/08/2014) [-]
>Jebediah Kerman
>White Spacesuit.
#182 to #109 - jfbyers
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
in space all kernels have white suits

is there a mod to fix that?
#118 to #5 - fargfour
Reply +11
(04/08/2014) [-]
#34 - connorjay
Reply +99
(04/08/2014) [-]
I love how everyone is like "it'd be so amazing, going through black holes..."

Yeah, but you're travelling at like 30mph, or maximum 100mph right, as if you're drifting you stay at ~the same speed

So lets say the nearest inhabitable planet with intelligent life forms is 1LY away

58.8 billion hours - about 6.7 million years.

Just saying. "chilling out in space"

Sure, see some nice things, but psychologically, you'd be a shell I reckon.
#96 to #34 - anon
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
you would quickly develop a tendency for sleeping and eventually hibernate until you woke up by falling through the atmosphere of another planet.
#121 to #34 - SleepingDragon
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
Wouldn't you just be caught in orbit when you arrive?
#210 to #34 - anon
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
also you'd probably get hungry and thirsty and stuff too..
#115 to #34 - angelious
Reply +1
(04/08/2014) [-]
the chances of hitting even uninhabited planet are close to zero actually
#45 to #34 - afreeti
Reply +29
(04/08/2014) [-]
your perception of time changes the longer you live
since your perception of time itself is based off of how long you've been alive(which your brain uses as a reference)
ie as a toddler you've only been alive for 2 years so your brain has a two year reference to base its perception of time off of and time seems slow
as an elder who is say 60 your brain is just like screw it ive been through all this before and i can just speed up perception
tl;dr the longer you live the faster time appears to move
#56 to #45 - connorjay
Reply +6
(04/08/2014) [-]
So let's say it's exponential, ish?
your theory (a common one I know) suggests it isn't linear at the very least
Now let's say these 6.7million years only feel like 1 million years. Or lets be more generous, 100,000 years. Still ******* painful. Also keep in mind the closest inhabitable place is actually a LOT further than, so would take a lot longer.
And I think I read in one of my textbooks that the brain works slower when even a degree colder, including perception, and it's very ******* cold in space. So perceptions may even be slowed dramatically.

Also the whole lack of nutrition may work on the persons part, basically float through space in a coma, but even then you're hoping you don't drift into a sun and just burn until the next big bang, or crash into a planet and burn up on impact.

etc etc.

I know these are all theoretical and I'm Mr Buzzkillington
#98 to #56 - afreeti
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
Actually the more standardized the information/stimulus your brain is given the less it notices it.
That is to say your brain notices patterns but give it the same pattern again and again and your mind starts to ignore it.
sort of like Semantic satiation but for images

so if say you were forced to see a slide show for 6.7m years each slide with images
it would seem longer then if you were forced to watch one slide for the same time
as after awhile your brain would start to skip over the information it thinks its seen

so if you were in space the images would look standardized for 100K+ years before you noticed a change speeding up your perception of time even more

tl:dr looking at the same thing also affects your perception of time and in space if you don't pay attention everything looks the same
#113 to #98 - connorjay
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
Ah like how they test the cognition of infants, once they know about something it becomes habituated? I never knew it was the same with adults.
Also even if the brain has seen all the images, these images will keep coming and coming with nothing else to focus on, so surely after so long, the neural plasticity will have completely ****** with the visual corticies and auditory etc and just left what is necessary?
However I keep to my one point:

Also the whole lack of nutrition may work on the persons part, basically float through space in a coma, but even then you're hoping you don't drift into a sun and just burn until the next big bang, or crash into a planet and burn up on impact.
#141 to #113 - anon
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
case in point-kars as the ultimate lifeform floats endlessly in space at the end of battle tendency. I like to think he lands somewhere one day, he then slowly wakes up from his billion years induced braindead state. i hope he finds peace honestly in another life.
#142 to #141 - connorjay
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
An issue there is he isn't regeneratively gifted.

If a part of him dies, it's dead.

IE; brain dead is brain dead. That's what I'd think anyway.
#66 - useroftheLOLZ
Reply +74
(04/08/2014) [-]
Dude, this is a ******* blessing
>Float into what is essentially 'dragons be here'
>Crash onto planet
>Over the tens of thousands of years, careful cultivation leads to life being existing on the planet
>With advanced skills and knowledge from being thousands of years old, can accelerated the evolution of most intelligent creatures, and elevate them
>As centuries go by, and races build their societies, get worshiped as a literal god, for being ageless and immortal
>As species get super advanced, read up on every book possible and become a master in every science and creative field, possible
>Build massive space craft
>Use ship to carry you, and a few representatives of each species, to earth
>Return to earth
>Be like 'WHAT UP BITCHES! BLAST FROM THE PAST!'
>Go down in Human history and legend, as being known as the guy who first stuck his dick in Alien
>Inspire a young John Shepard to join the military, eventually becoming a commander, who will be best known by his libido
>When bored as ****, realize immortality means that nothing can kill you
>Fly into sun
>Stick dick in sun
>Literally **** the sun
>Comprehend the possibilities
>Spend the rest of eternity sticking dick in stars
>History will regard you as a nutcase who was once a hero
>The internet forums will regard you as a legend
#85 to #66 - drunkexplain
-3
has deleted their comment [-]
#86 to #66 - nekaz
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
immortal alzheimer's doe
#119 to #66 - SleepingDragon
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
How long would it take to float into a planet? Wouldn't you just be like in orbit of one?
#140 to #119 - useroftheLOLZ
Reply +3
(04/08/2014) [-]
It's possible, but with having such a small mass, you might just fall straight onto the planet on a curve. You could also, in theory, masturbate, and use your ejaculation as a method to increase your speed.
#145 to #66 - anon
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
think about how long it would take to reach the nearest planet by floating through space...
#181 to #145 - useroftheLOLZ
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
Dude, all the masturbation.
#190 to #66 - xyrik ONLINE
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
doesnt immortality mean that even if you don't die, you can still feel pain? so just imagine you stick your dick in a star and it just burns it then it comes back and you feel all the pain. won't that happen?
#192 to #190 - useroftheLOLZ
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
#195 to #66 - agonizingkingjake
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
Your Dick would burn off but you wouldn't die
#29 - butiloveu
Reply +52
(04/08/2014) [-]
Drifting into the sun.
Immense pain.
Sunk through it to the center, because of immortal body and gravity.
More pain.
Wait billions of years till it gets behind the sate of a supernova, implode, leaving a black hole.
Steping barefoot in a piece of Lego pain.
#60 to #29 - havenoballs
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
My Sides man!
My Sides man!
#79 to #29 - chimpaflimp
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
What if it included invincibility? No pain AND you live forever.
#127 - Ulmer
Reply +44
(04/08/2014) [-]
20ish years later...
20ish years later...
#166 to #127 - alexthesiro
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
No, he would be exactly the same.
#133 to #127 - kanedam
Reply +1
(04/08/2014) [-]
ksc! yay!
#183 - wilfredfanforever
Reply +19
(04/08/2014) [-]
>Immortal   
>Remove suit   
>Masturbation solves all of life's problems   
>Jizz in direction he is going in   
>The force of it should push him the opposite direction, provided it be a powerful enough jizz   
>Hurtle back towards the Earth   
>Live forever on Earth
>Immortal
>Remove suit
>Masturbation solves all of life's problems
>Jizz in direction he is going in
>The force of it should push him the opposite direction, provided it be a powerful enough jizz
>Hurtle back towards the Earth
>Live forever on Earth
#217 to #183 - imalex
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
The relationship between an object's mass m, its acceleration a, and the applied force F is F = ma. Acceleration and force are vectors (as indicated by their symbols being displayed in slant bold font); in this law the direction of the force vector is the same as the direction of the acceleration vector
#185 to #183 - tankerdude ONLINE
Reply +11
(04/08/2014) [-]
#28 - hugsta
Reply +19
(04/08/2014) [-]
Unless you can regenerate immortality is such a stupid ability it basically counts as a curse instead.
#30 to #28 - butiloveu
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
Immortality in a mortal body?!   
What happens to you when you get burned ?
Immortality in a mortal body?!
What happens to you when you get burned ?
#97 to #30 - cancer
Reply +4
(04/08/2014) [-]
Use that burn heal that you were saving for a really important fight that never came up.
#146 to #30 - hugsta
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
Let's assume this form of immortality is basically separating your consciousness from dependence on your body. Otherwise you'd just become a vegetable after loosing too much bloodflow to your brain.

In that case, it'd be as if everything disappeared. No sight, no sound, no touch, nothing. Just thinking. Pretty much what the astronaut is going through if he became blind and deaf.
#2 - peanutsaurusrex
Reply +18
(04/07/2014) [-]
Comment Picture
#57 - yuvesh
Reply +17
(04/08/2014) [-]
wouldn't your space suit fill up with ****   
wouldn't you run out of oxygen and your brain would die   
wouldn't you miss the final season of game of thrones    
wouldn't you go mad knowing you could be on the internet    
wouldn't you get some great ideas, but not be able to write them down and forget them
wouldn't your space suit fill up with ****
wouldn't you run out of oxygen and your brain would die
wouldn't you miss the final season of game of thrones
wouldn't you go mad knowing you could be on the internet
wouldn't you get some great ideas, but not be able to write them down and forget them
#67 to #57 - crazylance ONLINE
Reply +1
(04/08/2014) [-]
While that is all true, you can't die, you were granted immortality.
mfw I don't watch GoF, I can live without the internet AND be totally fine with forgetting my great ideas.
#72 to #67 - yuvesh
Reply +4
(04/08/2014) [-]
but even if you only **** yourself once, the smell   
   
also you can fap in a space suit
but even if you only **** yourself once, the smell

also you can fap in a space suit
#78 to #72 - crazylance ONLINE
Reply +2
(04/08/2014) [-]
Well it really depends on what kind of immortality we're talking here: Immortality without the body, or immortality of the body?

Without the body is going to suck because your body will eventually dissolve and become nothing and you're basically a immortal spirit.
But the other option seems the better.
#84 to #72 - pyrophobic
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
How can you smell it if there is no oxygen for the particles to travel through?
#87 to #84 - yuvesh
Reply 0
(04/08/2014) [-]
there will be CO2 in the space suit