Ok so I'm watching the movie "sunshine" and in it, they talked about how you'd freeze to death in outer space, on of them did. My question is, since there's no atoms to absorb heat from your body, wouldn't the temperature in space always be the same as your own? since there is not way of space taking heat or giving heat, than talking about temperature in context of an empty space is simply put absurd. Temperature means: the average kinetic energy of atoms and molecules in a given sample. How can space have zero heat, that'd mean that the atoms in it were not moving... but there are NO atoms so there can't be still atoms. I know I know, theres infrared radiation so you'd cool by those means, but would it be that fast? do we actually loose a big precentage of heat trough electromagnetic waves? in the movie, he freezes to become a human statue, I'd expect the opposite, a rather gory effect... I'd imagine him being depressurized, and his blood would boil among all liquids in his body so he would ooze apart and his skin would rip or liquid and blood would escape trough body openings. In short, can we talk about temperature in space, isn't the temperature in space always the same as the thing in it, and is the amount of heat lost trough electromagnetic waves(infrared) a significant cooler?