Which movie proclainmed that "In Space no one can hear you scream?"
Yes. Extra Fact: When in space, no one can hear you scream.
Air, and space suit, oh yeah, no one can hear you scream in space. :P
No one being able to hear them scream.
There is no sound in space. There's nothing for sound waves to bounce off of. No one can hear you scream in space. Mwahaha. Just a little Halloween Joke there.
sound waves cannot travel through space
There's no point in volume. Even if you turn it up to 11 in space... no-one can hear you scream!
"In space, no one can hear you scream" - from Alien. As the sound has nothing to pass through, you wouldn't hear anything. See related question for a comparison on hydrogen bombs.
In space, nobody can hear you scream, but it doesn't mean there's no sounds up there. Black holes generate sound. There's always one nearby.
Sound. It requires a medium for it to get anywhere. That is why in space *ominous voice* "no one can hear you scream!"
The cast of Gnome One Can Hear You Scream - 2010 includes: Colin Warhurst as Man
because there is no air and sound tavels through air
No there is no Air in space therefore sound cannot travel. Sound cannot travel through a vacum.
You would be able to hear yourself scream. ________________ Of course. Anyone listening in on your space suit's communication device would hear you. And they probably wouldn't care much for it, especially if they are in suits themselves.
Sound can only travel in the presence of a substance that can transmit the sound waves. Space is a vacuum, so sound does not travel through it.
That depends; in your pressurized space habitat, anyone within earshot will be able to hear you. Outside your habitat, but in your space suit, your radio will enable your screams to be heard anyplace with a radio. In space but without a spacesuit, you would be unable to scream - because you would be dead or dying. You can only survive without air for perhaps 2 minutes, but you would be unconscious from lack of oxygen after about 45 seconds. Besides, without air, there is no medium in which sound vibrations could be carried.
"In space no one can hear you scream" because a vacuum doesn't conduct sound. BUT ... within the atmosphere of any star it would sound like an atom bomb going off. Unfortunately any ears to hear it would be vaporized.
If there are atoms then the wave of energy can pass through it. If there aren't any atoms (in a vacuum) then sound cannot travel. Remember: In space, no one can hear you scream.
Well think about it - "In space no one can hear you scream" (It's true) Light can travel through a vacuum but alas sound can't as it needs a medium to travel trough. But get a detector and you can. See related link for more information.
Can You Hear the Earth Scream - 2006 V is rated/received certificates of: UK:PG
One Foot in the Grave - 1990 In Luton Airport No-One Can Hear You Scream 2-1 is rated/received certificates of: UK:PG (video rating) (1992)
no. in space, sound waves can not travel. so there is no sound. only if you had a space suit you can hear things from other people with one
Despite what you see and hear in films and on TV, what we call sound cannot travel in a vacuum. A material medium (like air) is required.By the way, this concept was behind the tag-line for the original "Alien" film: "No one can hear you scream in space."