Space: The Final Frontier. Exploring space developments and theorizing about how humans fit into the universe.
"Nobody can hear a scream in the vacuum of space, or so they say. They say so many things like, 'Rome wasn't built in a day,' 'Ignorance is bliss,' 'Love is blind,' and that thing about death and taxes. They must be in politics with all that blather.
A Piper at the Gates
Nobody can hear a scream in the vacuum of space, or so they say. But what about a song? The airlock door was cold to the touch, yet it hummed with a harmony of machines, footsteps and voices, the complex vibration of the life he was leaving.
Nobody can hear a scream in the vacuum of space, or so they say. That's because they weren't on Europa, they hadn't seen the horrors we had.
A Candle In The Darkness
Nobody can hear a scream in the vacuum of space, or so they say. Admittedly, Yemi, the illegitimate son of the king, had never tried it. But then again, he’d never had to.
Chronicles of a Cloudy Gem
Nobody can hear you scream in the vacuum of space, or so they say. “My ears, damn it!” the man next to me shouts in my face, unamused by my eye roll.
Chapter 1: Stormy Weather Nobody can hear a scream in the vacuum of space, or so they say. I used to believe it was just some crazy metaphor somebody came up with, but now…..I believe it’s true. It’s been four years since the continents have been breaking away and Earth’s inhabitants slowly disappeared. By disappear I mean death. I’m still trying to figure out why I’m still alive. After all, my name does mean “protector of mankind” so maybe I’m supposed to save the rest of humanity who haven’t died from these supernatural seismic nuances.
Nobody can hear a scream in the vacuum of space, or so they say. I find it ironic that I get to find out if that is true. If you would have told me, five months ago, that I would be using robots to build off world spaceships, I would have laughed at you. I’ve concluded that needing a place to live, and a job to pay the rent for that place, changes everything.
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Nobody can hear a scream in the vacuum of space, or so they say. But we all knew that that was just a myth. Just a way to keep us away from the airlocks that were littered throughout the ship dozens of levels and the sub levels beyond that. Now we are so few. So few of us remain in these long, endless hallways that seem to stretch on forever. It is almost as if the others never existed at all. They are gone into that long abyss of blues and purples and reds and greens. A thousand nebulas await those who pass beyond this world. Every color that you could ever imagine thrown into a beautiful medley of creation and looming destruction. I have seen them.
“Sound does not travel at all in space. The vacuum of outer space has essentially zero air. Because sound is just vibrating air, space has no air to vibrate and therefore no sound.” This is what you can instantly find when you Google search "Is there noise in space?" But it's not that simple. Space is not a complete vacuum, which makes sound travel possible, at least in theory here, a lot would seem to depend on the wave force.
How Much Do You Know About Black Holes?
Black holes are extremely dense points in space that produce large gravity sinks. Even light cannot escape the strong pull of a black hole's gravity once it reaches a specific area. And in a theoretical process fittingly known as spaghettification, anything that ventures too close, be it a star, planet, or spaceship, will be stretched and squished like putty.
Nobody can hear a scream in the vacuum of space, or so they say. It wasn't true for The Inhabitants, of course, it was just the simple fact that screams had never been a necessary emotion or reaction- nor an instinctual behaviour. Until The TimeKeepers had arrived, that is, and with them, their screams, fear, violence and lust for upheaval.
NASA's WEBB TELESCOPE RECOGNIZES CARBON DIOXIDE IN EXOPLANET'S AIR.
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has caught the very first obvious proof of the presence of carbon dioxide on a far off planet's climate