The air from her last breath moves down its partial pressure gradient from high concentration in her lungs, to the low concentration in her blood. Abruptly finding herself in a vacuum, this gas exchange is reversed. Oxygen diffuses out from the relatively high partial pressure in her venous blood back into the zero-pressure environment that her lungs are exposed to. She is alert for only a moment before Hypoxia sets in, and, starved of oxygen, loses consciousness within 14 seconds.
I am Nathan Hoste and I made these lines and colors. I do these things in the event horizon of Metro Detroit. My least favorite words are: juxtaposition, wonky, style, and seepage. I am a carbivore, unless bacon and beef and sausage and chicken are carbs, in which case I'd be a carbitarian. Crab has got to be a carb. My hobbies are: bread, honking, etc. My interests include: cats.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.