Celebrating the 40th anniversary of Return of the Jedi

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ArtTeacher

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The Mandarin

Subj: Absolutely
Posted: Sun Mar 09, 2008 at 12:45:58 pm EDT
Reply Subj: The problem with that is...
Posted: Sat Mar 08, 2008 at 08:50:44 pm EST

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..that the rest of the claws are not a molecule thick. To chop something, you not only have to cut it, you have to be able to push apart the "lips" of the cut wide enough to shove in the "fatter" part of the blade. That's why you can't, for example, chop through a tree in one hit even with a razor-sharp axe of the finest metal in the world. You can scratch the tree effortlessly, but you really have to wail away for awhile because the lips of the cut resist being pushed apart by the fatter part of the blade. Wolverine should be able to scratch anything, but pushing the fatter part of his blades more than a tiny fraction of inch deep materials that make a tree look like far less than wet tissue by comparison?








Thank you for writing that so I didn't have to!
You took the words right out of my fingers!
:)
You can easily put a nail into a wooden table with a hammer, but try pushing it all the way down into the table with your bare hands!

> ..that the rest of the claws are not a molecule thick. To chop something, you not only have to cut it, you have to be able to push apart the "lips" of the cut wide enough to shove in the "fatter" part of the blade. That's why you can't, for example, chop through a tree in one hit even with a razor-sharp axe of the finest metal in the world. You can scratch the tree effortlessly, but you really have to wail away for awhile because the lips of the cut resist being pushed apart by the fatter part of the blade. Wolverine should be able to scratch anything, but pushing the fatter part of his blades more than a tiny fraction of inch deep materials that make a tree look like far less than wet tissue by comparison?



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