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#1 Posted by antiwhipped (220 posts) - - Show Bio

Popularity contests. BRB is on hulk's level but hulk is getting way more votes because he's more popular. But she won over BRB for the same reason, so live by the popularity sword and die by it.

#2 Posted by antiwhipped (220 posts) - - Show Bio

I would argue that Skuttlebutt is part of BRB's standard equipment.

#3 Edited by antiwhipped (220 posts) - - Show Bio

This is what happens to those who tangle with the horse face.

#4 Posted by antiwhipped (220 posts) - - Show Bio

As for this "planet-busting" situation, my takeaway is that BRB can destroy celestial bodies. However, judging from that picture (@antiwhipped), and the size of BRB impact crater in relation to the body, that object would not qualify as a planet. Just from the picture, it looks like the surface area we can see is about 10 to 15 times larger than Bill's impact area, so even given artistic license, it would still come out as like asteroid size, at best. Really, not even the size of Texas, which is still enormous, but definitely not planet sized.

Therefore, for bodies made mainly of rock, the minimum size to become a self-gravitating sphere is about 600km diameter.

As you can see in the one scan, the moon is round so the moon is at least 600 km in diameter. The planet is shown to have three times the diameter of the moon. So the planet is at least 1800 km in diameter. So you can't say it's any smaller. That's the super low ball but it's not some tiny asteroid.

Texas is only 1200 km wide at its largest point. So burn, it is definitely bigger than texas :P.

#5 Posted by antiwhipped (220 posts) - - Show Bio

I've already proved it's a planet by his own definition of a planet. His answer is to basically ignore the scan altogether.

#6 Posted by antiwhipped (220 posts) - - Show Bio
@sog7dc said:

@antiwhipped said:

Bill hits the larger of the two objects CLEARLY. The smaller object is a moon of the one that Bill hits. Therefore the one he hits has a moon. There are no known examples of a moon having a moon orbiting a planet. Therefore the larger of these two objects is orbiting a star.

No.Bill hits the closest of two objects. (an object we still dont know the size or density of.)

So now you're saying the smaller object isn't smaller and that Bill didn't hit the larger of the two? You reek of desperation now. I don't even feel strongly one way or the other if Bill would win this fight, but the lowballing is just getting sad.

#7 Edited by antiwhipped (220 posts) - - Show Bio

Bill hits the larger of the two objects CLEARLY. The smaller object is a moon of the one that Bill hits. Therefore the one he hits has a moon. There are no known examples of a moon having a moon orbiting a planet. Therefore the larger of these two objects is orbiting a star.

#8 Edited by antiwhipped (220 posts) - - Show Bio

@sog7dc said:

@micah said:

@sog7dc: 4 exstremely unnecessary questions that are tailored to further your lowballing of the feat in question.

So, in other words, you accept the fact you cant answer them and that the feats is unquantifiable but rather than admit it you'll stand behind the character you like more because an explosion in space means he wins?

@antiwhipped said:
@sog7dc said:

@antiwhipped said:

@sog7dc: So where is it defined that the term 'planet-buster' means exactly the same size as earth by the way?

It isn't...You have totally missed the point of everything I've posted.

How do you know it's a planet?

How big is it?

How dense?

How much force was required to destroy it?

4 extremely simple questions that have yet to be answered.

Define a planet for me and I'll tell you if it was a planet.

a celestial body moving in an eliptical orbit around a star. Now prove it was in orbit around a star and not a planet, then we can move on to size, weight, and density.

Because there are no known examples of a moon orbiting a moon orbiting a planet? Therefore the planet must be orbiting the star that is lighting it up.

#9 Posted by antiwhipped (220 posts) - - Show Bio
@sog7dc said:

@antiwhipped said:

@sog7dc: So where is it defined that the term 'planet-buster' means exactly the same size as earth by the way?

It isn't...You have totally missed the point of everything I've posted.

How do you know it's a planet?

How big is it?

How dense?

How much force was required to destroy it?

4 extremely simple questions that have yet to be answered.

Define a planet for me and I'll tell you if it was a planet.

#10 Posted by antiwhipped (220 posts) - - Show Bio

@sog7dc: So where is it defined that the term 'planet-buster' means exactly the same size as earth by the way?