| > > But neither of us think the spectre feat is "debunked" |
> Not you guys, then. But plenty posters pointed out, rightfully, in my opinion, that Spectre could not have been a lunar mass in that issue.
Those who pointed it out, in a serious manner, either should logically debunk every single over-the-top feat, or should keep the keyboard shut.
We have seen too many feats when the Earth "should have been, would have been"..and nothing. To debunk something because the Moon didnt cracked, in a serious fashion, is bringing up again, real world physics. And i would only accept it, if *that* was a plot point on itself.
Alas, i am on the opinion that despite the fail, he was slowed down at best.
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> > because the moon didn't crack. With that kind of logic NO strength feat is valid.
> Some things are more absurd than others, in my opinion. Spectre rested on the Moon, causing no damage, after falling upon it. Therefore he is not a lunar mass, I do not think.