This page is designed to act as a reference page for experienced and new calcers alike, alongside giving easy examples and guides to new ones. Ant wishes for me to gain the calc group's approval on it, and I would love your input. Thanks for your time!
Hello RadicalMrR, this is theglassman12, and I need your help with something. I'm planning on making some profiles for the breath of fire verse, but I don't know how powerful the characters are. I need your help in calculating what power this is. For context, what's happening on the floor is the result of the skykey, one of the plot macguffins in the game. It was originally normal ground, then the next floor had sand, then the next had snow, then the next the party's standing on air, and now they appear to be in space.
If that can't be calced, can you calculate this feat instead? If you can do either of these calcs that would be most appreciated.
So I started to pixel scale just now and I noticed the angle wasnt good for scaling. For reference the guy next to the gate was 50px tall while the gate right next to him is 40px despite looking taller.
Oh crap. I don’t think showing the outside of the castle can help since the character sprites have the same size throughout the game with the exception of one moment where they get shrunk by one of the bad guys.
Hey, Rad (Hope it's ok to call you that, sorry if not), could you watch this and tell me if it's accurate for MCU Thor? Obviously we could reason some parts being chucked up to Asgardian Magic, like why the Hammer being sat down on table or such doesn't break it at that weight, etc. The reason I'm asking is because, marvel likes to try and root the "magic" in their verse in science, and this scientifically gives values to Odin's statement of mjolnir being forged in the heart of a dying star and Hela stattering it
Im not sure since the MCU seems to treat it like any other material rather than what it actually is. When Hela broke it there should have been a massive explosion but in the writer's heads it was basically "Hela broke some really strong metal".
RadicalMrR wrote: Im not sure since the MCU seems to treat it like any other material rather than what it actually is. When Hela broke it there should have been a massive explosion but in the writer's heads it was basically "Hela broke some really strong metal".
So, I saw the movie friday. There was an explosion from her breaking it.
Well, yeah...but they're not about to destroy Norway or earth. How much energy does 10^29 pascals equate to anyways?
Marvel as you know has scientific consultants for their movies, and we know they consulted on this movie as theres a scientific part with Banner, Thor, and Valkerie discussing about flying through a wormhole at the center of a Neutron Star.
It's an accurate representation of whst's stated in that video...just not 100% maybe? Like I said, I don't how big an explosion with a 10^29 pascal blastwave is supposed to be.
Matthew Schroeder wrote: But nobody's talking about pressure, just heat and radiation.
This wasn't about pressure or heat/radiation. The video from nerdist analyzed the statement that the hammer was made from the metal of a dying star and went over its weight and what would happen if it was broken, like hela did. It would redult in an explosion, but they don't tell you how much energy will be released, just the pressure the blast wave produces.
Really sorry to be bothersome and I knoiw you're busy and I'm not really supposed to do this anymore but could you please take a look at this Tower of God calc? It is very inportant in the creation of the verse and the characters and scales to the top and God tiers.