Originally Posted by djPSB
Pressing ctrl+alt+down arrow makes your mouse faster.
Always Google any suggested keyboard shortcuts, oh and if you have a "C:\Windows\System32" folder make sure to delete it as viruses use it to corrupt your system.
Against the grain thingy:
You will not explode (or turn inside out) nor will you immediately freeze to death from exposure to the vacuum of space.
The first major potential injury would come from fluid/gas expanding, so you should exhale immediately upon exposure (if you don't you will likely die much sooner).
Water would vaporize when there is no pressure so that would be painful for your mouth and other wet areas but not fatal.
The lack of pressure would also cause nitrogen bubbles in your blood (aka: the bends), probably extremely painful but again not fatal.
Direct exposure to the sun (assuming there is one in the vicinity) would cause instant sunburn.
Due the lack of matter surrounding your body there would be no risk of heat loss until you were long dead from oxygen deprivation so no need to pack an extra sweater if you're planning for the worst on Dec 21st.
According to some website I just googled you would still be totally lucid, awake and have all your higher brain functions for at least 10 seconds after exposure to the vacuum of space, maybe long enough to save yourself (though chances are things are only going to go downhill if you somehow managed to find yourself in this position.)
Apparently your brain and heart will continue to live relatively undamaged for almost two minutes so if some sound aliens happen to swoop in and pump you full of oxygen in an earth-like atmosphere you would actually survive the experience:
" Without intervention in those first ninety seconds, the blood pressure would fall sufficiently that the blood itself would begin to boil, and the heart would stop beating. There are no recorded instances of successful resuscitation beyond that threshold."