Atmospheric Cooling Gas Pocket Has Been Gapped By ‘The Martian’ (Video)
Anatomy of an atmospheric coolant, and what it does, is a subject of considerable debate.
In an interview with Collider, Ridley Scott explained what happens when you put your eyes in a vacuum: “When you have a vacuum, it takes your temperature, but then the ambient temperature of the atmosphere is also being reduced by that and it doesn’t cool the body as much.
So, you have this huge gap between the ambient air temperature and the temperature you’re in.
And you can’t get rid of the temperature difference.
And so you can have the ambient, ambient temperature being reduced and it will have to be reduced further, which is why we’re constantly having to go back in time and try and figure out what’s happening with that temperature difference.”
In a press release, Spacey explained, “It’s actually not a big gap, but you can see a lot of different things in the film.
And there are a lot more of those.”
We’ll have to wait until the film opens on July 5, 2020, to see if this theory holds up.