Tactile TK. In many comics it has been used to explain how people with superstrength can support objects that should crumble due to physics (ReedRichards explained how Gladiator was using it when he lifted the BaxterBuilding).
Beyond that suspension of disbelief is in order.
Beyond, beyond that this is a respect thread if you want to discuss this open a thread elsewhere.
Graffiti outside Latin class.
Sed quis custodiet ipsos custodes?
A juvenal prank.
hulk doesn't have tactile telekinesis. that much we know.
clearing up misconceptions absolutely belongs in a respect thread, especially when alleged context is being twisted to garner "respect" for a feat that doesn't exist. it's disrespectful to lie about a character's feats, i'd say.
150 billion tons is 300 trillion pounds. that's mount everest minus the snow. they dropped a mount everest onto a plateau, and hulk's strength alone [in a calm, collected state] is the only thing supporting that massive weight? hulk, whose size is not even a notable fraction of that mountain, is solely responsible for it not crushing them? it's not that he's stopping the relatively small portion of the mountain that would crush the enclave from collapsing; he's holding up all the weight. that makes a lot of sense.
suspension of disbelief cuts both ways, man. hyperbole is the most often twisted thing in these respect threads, followed by small words like "all."
look stop using real life principles,its a comic things like this happen,like superboy towing planets with a chain.....a f***** chain,and yes he (HULK)was calm when he held that mountain and yes he did it all on his lonesome so stop spamming unless you bring up a valid and conclusive point
a valid and conclusive point such as "hulk's never supported nearly as much weight when out-of-his-mind enraged," or "intentionally misinterpreting a scene does not a feat make"? or how about "the assumption that the writer meant for him to be holding an entire mountain, despite HOW comics are actually written [to the extent that the same writer decided to have him enclosed in a small space, utterly cut off from the outside world so that reed couldn't even just slither out through the cracks,] is an insult to the writer's intelligence"?
Disappear's made his point and probably has some valid arguments. But if this devolves into a war over interpretations (when is it anything else in comics?) then I'll either start having to issue warnings or temporarily close the thread.