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If not, it means your bloodblow, and thereby oxygen delivery, slows down to a near-halt.
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If not, it means your bloodflow, and thereby oxygen delivery, slows down to a near-halt.
  
  
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Still, low oxygen in general make it likely that tissues everywhere, but particularly the brain, are damaged unless there is safety and oxygen and specific care very soon.
 
Still, low oxygen in general make it likely that tissues everywhere, but particularly the brain, are damaged unless there is safety and oxygen and specific care very soon.
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Note that your blood does not boil - because while it's in your body, it's in a closed pressurized system.
  
  

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Oxygen

Nitrogen

Gases, expansion, and ebullism

Bloodflow

Skin

Freezing

Immediate damage

Heat

So what's the verdict?

What happens on the longer term?