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Do people really think Superman can hold a Black Hole in his hands?
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chase el
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Originally posted by ZephroCarnelian
How about this?


thats F-ing awesome

eat that hulk fanboys

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It comes from space which always been there before any black hole or holes


Are you really saying that the Gravity of a black hole comes from empty space? Read this:

Blackholes

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my point is that some feats are reasonable, but feats such as flying at or beyond the speed of light and holding black holes in one's hand are just pure bulls***, even for comic fiction.


Do you have this same problem when watching scifi movies? Faster than light travel tends to happen a lot there. I reason that if superman can lift more than a crane why can't he movie faster than a spaceship>

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Are you struggling for calculations...we don't even know our planet!


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Originally posted by emporerpants
but if all matter that is in a black hole ceases to exist, then where does a black holes gravitational pull come from?



okay let me explain: a black hole is a super giant sun which collapses under its own gravity. all of its mass gets pulled toward a single point, which produces a density close to infinite. picture fitting everything on earth, including the earth, into a thimble, only much millions of times greater in mass and many more millions of times less in volume.

anyway, superman gets his powers from the sun, right? that means that he isnt supposed to be able to overpower one, otherwise it would be him from which the sun gets its power from

understand?


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Originally posted by Galvaclaw
Are you really saying that the Gravity of a black hole comes from empty space? Read this:

Blackholes



Do you have this same problem when watching scifi movies? Faster than light travel tends to happen a lot there. I reason that if superman can lift more than a crane why can't he movie faster than a spaceship>



say the hulk developed the ability to fly. would you find that rational?


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Originally posted by Galvaclaw
Do you have this same problem when watching scifi movies?



thats the very reason why i dont watch sci fi flicks...


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Originally posted by Up In Flames
okay let me explain: a black hole is a super giant sun which collapses under its own gravity. all of its mass gets pulled toward a single point, which produces a density close to infinite. picture fitting everything on earth, including the earth, into a thimble, only much millions of times greater in mass and many more millions of times less in volume.

anyway, superman gets his powers from the sun, right? that means that he isnt supposed to be able to overpower one, otherwise it would be him from which the sun gets its power from

understand?
Do Black Holes emitt solar energy? That's one source of Supermans power. The more he absorbs the stronger he gets.


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source of superman power = sun, if he gets near a sun or anything that emits his sun's radiation he will be boosted in all his abilities

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source of superman power = sun, if he gets near a sun or anything that emits his sun's radiation he will be boosted in all his abilities



correct. you seem to be on the right track but on the wrong train... i know that superman gets his powers from the sun, but that means that the sun should be more powerful than him, therefore he should not be able to over power one. a blackhole is merely a collapsed sun with the same amount of energy, so he shouldn t be able to overpower one.

get my drift?


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Do Black Holes emitt solar energy? That's one source of Supermans power. The more he absorbs the stronger he gets.



*refer to above post*


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hmm well maybe superman could out power his source at the risk of destroying it and maybe himself... but who knows? in comics these rules are broken all the time by godly beings, which make you wonder what the heck is going on. lets just say he potentially could at great risk

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so, once again, how can there be no mass like you claim? its all just compressed incredibly tight, but its still there.


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so, once again, how can there be no mass like you claim? its all just compressed incredibly tight, but its still there.



What the f**k?
i said nothing about a black hole having no mass. get ur facts right. while u're at it, get a tutor to teach u not to talk brainlessly. wink


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Originally posted by Up In Flames
correct. you seem to be on the right track but on the wrong train... i know that superman gets his powers from the sun, but that means that the sun should be more powerful than him, therefore he should not be able to over power one. a blackhole is merely a collapsed sun with the same amount of energy, so he shouldn t be able to overpower one.

get my drift?


It depends. The sun could simply be a catalyst for his powers. It's not like DC ever really tried to explain exactly how Supermans biology works.


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How do you contain a black hole by squeezing it? Or for that matter, how does it cancel out the gravity?


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Its comics. It does because the writer wants it so.

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I'm going to make a comic where black holes are canceled out by throwing panties at it then.


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Originally posted by who?-kid
No it wasn't. Of course it was a bit exaggerated, but well, we are talking about comics after all.

Superman holding a (tiny) black hole in his hand for a very short time gives us a good idea of his awesome strength.

Hulk can't do such a thing. Martian Manhunter can't do it, Thanos can't do it...



Yeah Hulk only managed to Seperate Matter from Anti-Matter...............Superman can't do that, Thanos can't do that.....................lol feats of strength = poop.

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I'm going to make a comic where black holes are canceled out by throwing panties at it then.

I'd read that. thumb up

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And he can do that. Its a comic. Writers arent NASA scientists that struggle to write a story that keeps the basis of real life physics. They write what they want to be shown as impressive.

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