Outer space is the coolest, most mysterious thing I will ever suppose in our life. Second to none, the closest thing I could experience to a trip into outer space is the depths of the ocean. In a sense, the many are easily similar – diving deep into the ocean places a ton of pressure of the human body, as well as abruptly returning to the surface of the ocean after being hundreds of feet below the surface can absolutely kill you. The same can be said about venturing into space, as the severe freezing as well as pressure variation would abruptly turn you into a cup of human tissue once the pressure got to you. When I go scuba diving, I’m easily careful about slowly returning to the surface of the ocean, which can be agonizing since the scuba suit won’t keep you from feeling seriously freezing in the ocean waters! Thankfully, the boat I used to head out into the ocean for our dives has an excellent little chalet below deck that is equipped with a set of electric space heaters. Typically not the safest thing to have indoors, especially aboard a ship, these space heating systems toil wonders for suddenly thawing myself and others out after numerous hours deep in the ocean; Plus, these space heating systems toil incredibly well for suddenly drying out our scuba suit for the following day’s return to the ocean depths. All this happens without sacrificing the indoor air conditions of our boat’s chalet too, as the space heating systems toil through convection however cannot offset the humidity caused by being out in the ocean for afternoons at a time! If you haven’t tried it, I can’t tell you enough how humbling it is to be in the depths of the ocean. It’s the closest thing most of us will suppose to being an astronaut in space!