What would happen if Superman punched you??

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+6 1. GhostInShell commented 11 years ago

In other words if we toke too much of real science into the comic earth would look a lot more like the moon and all its craters after a few fights with superman...

Not to mention Metropolis and its citizens would be extinct now.


Fun and interesting to watch still :D
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-1 2. imagic commented 11 years ago

one problem with this science :) superman does not exist so all the calclations are based on.... nothing.

So how do we know he is right O:)
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+23 3. fjwjr commented 11 years ago

#2 Yes I do exist. And, again, don't piss me off.
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+12 4. aravind7 commented 11 years ago

@fjwjr: Why So Serious?
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-1 5. TheGodDamnGambit commented 11 years ago

I wish Superman would punch your stupid eyebrow piercing off.. Superman being able to lift (insert number) quintillion tons or punch a hole in dimensions is not canon, its just different writers coming up with different plots for different storys, so if you are going to measure his strenght and speed you have to choose a specific writer and story to go with it. (i)
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+4 6. fjwjr commented 11 years ago

#4 Well played sir.
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+1 7. huldu commented 11 years ago

And once in time the earth was "flat" and if you didn't agree, you'd burn. So yeah, everything is based on this here moment and what "we" know right now.

What makes sci-fi so interesting is that it goes beyond what we believe is possible. The human imagination can be a great thing and aspire REAL actual results. If we only stuck to what we know we would make no progress whatsoever, we'd probably still be stuck living in caves... eating raw meat.
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0 8. Judge-Jake commented 11 years ago

All that working out for what! total waste of time, especially as no one is likely going to be able to remember one tiny piece of all that nonsense. Try this test:- Don't watch the video again, go to the pub tonight and explain the theory to your best mate. :S