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Would be Watcher

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Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
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Subj: Nah...
Posted: Thu Sep 18, 2008 at 10:47:03 pm EDT (Viewed 153 times)
Reply Subj: ... and maybe around the same as the planets in DC ? ;-)
Posted: Thu Sep 18, 2008 at 10:39:18 pm EDT (Viewed 161 times)

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> ...because he definitly seemed to put more effort into that feat ;-p

...for 2 reasons

1) DC doesn't have MarvelMetrics.
2) Olympian objects might be subject to different laws than the ones we have. I mean comparing to past references I think it's safe to say hercules can't lift galaxies... not OUR galaxies anyway...

So even if it is meant to be an impressive feat anybody stronger than herc, and we know who they are, should reproduce the feat in Olympian conditions. We approx know what a planet or a mountain is weighting using earth standard. The same can't be said here and it's obvious we can't use a ratio of 1:1 with Olympian stock when we look at herc on earth.

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