|MadSci Network: Biophysics|
Not really. Air pockets in the body, if unequalized, would implode, like the air in the inner ear. But otherwise the fluids in the body would just compress slightly. Other effects might cause death, but no physical implosion. In outer space/a vaccuum, depending on how fast you were exposed to it, all air pockets would rupture, kinda like exploding, and all the fluids would boil out of the body first from any orifice, then generally from all over the skin. Yummy stuff.
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