Kryptonian Vs Solar Radiation

#1 Posted by Methos (40532 posts) - - Show Bio

ok, so we know what happens when Kryptonians are under a Red (Class M) star... and we know what happens when they are under a Yellow (Class G) star...

you can figure out that under a Orange (Class K) Star he'd he half as strong as he is under a Yellow Star... that makes sense...

so, what wound happen if Superman was exposed to Solar Radiation from an even younger star?

here's the spectral classification for stars...

so, if a Superman gets stronger as he's around younger stars... how strong would be be under different types of star?

any thoughts?

M

#2 Posted by Buckshot (19356 posts) - - Show Bio

Well my first thought is, "I want to see him under a blue (Class O star)" and my second is, "I wonder how this works into the Exploding Suns Chart?

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#3 Posted by Methos (40532 posts) - - Show Bio

yeah.. under extremely young sun radiation, would he become a God?

dunno about even more advanced sun's... i mean, what would a neutron star do to him? that's a few stages down the line after a red star...

M

#4 Posted by Sling Shot (3859 posts) - - Show Bio

I think Class G is probably considered mature or prime or possibly Class F is prime. Depending upon Supes's physiology a class F might make him drunk with power initially, or be too pure and make him O.D. of sorts. the younger stars might have a similar diminished effect as the older Class K's and so on. I think this because it is all stellar energy. But I am unaware if the energy type is different different stages if so the effect may be exotic with younger stars and his powerset may be different somehow.

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#6 Posted by Methos (40532 posts) - - Show Bio

that makes sense...

was just a random thought that came to me... i mean, with Superman flying round the universe, he's bound to have come across a white dwarf star or something...

i wonder what effect they would have on his physiology

M

#7 Posted by Supreme Marvel (11571 posts) - - Show Bio

Maybe he'd have new powers. Will the Kryptonians know this?

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#9 Posted by Superboy-Prime 10000 (412 posts) - - Show Bio

Superman loses his powers under a red star(Class M).

Superman gain powers under a orangish/yellowish star from what I've recalled,(Class K,Class G).

Doesn't know about white star,but Superman can imbue any person it hits with Kryptonian-like abilities for a short time under a radiation of a blue star.(Action Comics #857 )(Class O,Class B,Class A)

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#11 Posted by Buckshot (19356 posts) - - Show Bio

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#12 Posted by Unbelonger (1801 posts) - - Show Bio

Does this means that soemeone like Captain atom could also assist and improve superman power?

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#13 Posted by Superkitty (1224 posts) - - Show Bio

According to the original Superman series issue #155, the bad guy of the story "Superman under the Green Sun" uses a blue filter on his yellow sun (blue + yellow = green), which causes Superman to lose his powers. I don't think this is canon or accurate.

What about things like supernovas, pulsars, and black holes?

#14 Posted by King Saturn (218890 posts) - - Show Bio

Methos says:

"ok, so we know what happens when Kryptonians are under a Red (Class M) star... and we know what happens when they are under a Yellow (Class G) star... you can figure out that under a Orange (Class K) Star he'd he half as strong as he is under a Yellow Star... that makes sense... so, what wound happen if Superman was exposed to Solar Radiation from an even younger star? here's the spectral classification for stars... so, if a Superman gets stronger as he's around younger stars... how strong would be be under different types of star? any thoughts? M"

I wonder if Superman would become an Omnipotent being under a class O or Class B Star ? That would be cool to see.

#15 Posted by zee crusher (9067 posts) - - Show Bio

I think by the time he gets to "O" and "B" hes gonna have a ridiculous amount of strength. He may just be like close to superman prime the original sun dipped on. Hes gonna have a hell of alot of powers as well. The question is what color will he be then??

#16 Posted by zee crusher (9067 posts) - - Show Bio

He'd be lifting about 800 tons. Since the yellow one is half of the orange one. Which is about 50. I'm rounding the numbers up this is him at his usual. So since the orange is half the yellow at 50 the yellow of course is 100. After the yellow everything should pretty much double up. With the next star being 200 then 400, then 600, finally ending with 800. If you don't round it up i guess it could be 830 tons.

#17 Posted by cpt_linger (2971 posts) - - Show Bio

i think under a white sun he would go to ultimate mode and just be un killable by and means at all!

#18 Posted by zee crusher (9067 posts) - - Show Bio

Don't you mean blue?? The suns change his power level not emotions thats what kryptonite is for lol.

#19 Posted by Zenma (5001 posts) - - Show Bio

isn't superman's ability to absorb sun light radiation like that of a plant? because blue light doesn't do much to plants than yellow or yellow-orange light. so the best light for plants are actually yellow and superman takes in sun light similar to plants so is yellow light the best type of light for superman?

#20 Posted by zee crusher (9067 posts) - - Show Bio

Zenma says:

"isn't superman's ability to absorb sun light radiation like that of a plant? because blue light doesn't do much to plants than yellow or yellow-orange light. so the best light for plants are actually yellow and superman takes in sun light similar to plants so is yellow light the best type of light for superman?"

No it depends on the age of the sun. Red runs are the dead ones so i guess they wouldn't give him enough. But if he gets to much at a time in an area it can hurt him.

#21 Posted by Zenma (5001 posts) - - Show Bio

zee crusher says:

"Zenma says:
"isn't superman's ability to absorb sun light radiation like that of a plant? because blue light doesn't do much to plants than yellow or yellow-orange light. so the best light for plants are actually yellow and superman takes in sun light similar to plants so is yellow light the best type of light for superman?"

No it depends on the age of the sun. Red runs are the dead ones so i guess they wouldn't give him enough. But if he gets to much at a time in an area it can hurt him."

yeah....because of a much higher frequencies of the radiation coming from younger stars

#22 Posted by zee crusher (9067 posts) - - Show Bio

Zenma says:

"zee crusher says:
"Zenma says:
"isn't superman's ability to absorb sun light radiation like that of a plant? because blue light doesn't do much to plants than yellow or yellow-orange light. so the best light for plants are actually yellow and superman takes in sun light similar to plants so is yellow light the best type of light for superman?"

No it depends on the age of the sun. Red runs are the dead ones so i guess they wouldn't give him enough. But if he gets to much at a time in an area it can hurt him."

yeah....because of a much higher frequencies of the radiation coming from younger stars"

Lol that to.

#23 Posted by Zenma (5001 posts) - - Show Bio

think about it, it's similar to sound frequencies, as it gets higher our ears can get harmed or it becomes silent to us. So in my theory a higher frequency of radiation can either hurt him or do nothing at all

#24 Posted by zee crusher (9067 posts) - - Show Bio

Zenma says:

"think about it, it's similar to sound frequencies, as it gets higher our ears can get harmed or it becomes silent to us. So in my theory a higher frequency of radiation can either hurt him or do nothing at all"

It will do something. The close he usually gets to the sun his power levels have always increased. I don't think i've seen an orange sun before that he might have flown by. But the weird thing is this. Why does he lose his powers under the red sun. Hes been in space before and its said that it could take superman hours to run out. But while under the red sun he has none at all.

#25 Posted by Zenma (5001 posts) - - Show Bio

zee crusher says:

"Zenma says:
"think about it, it's similar to sound frequencies, as it gets higher our ears can get harmed or it becomes silent to us. So in my theory a higher frequency of radiation can either hurt him or do nothing at all"

It will do something. The close he usually gets to the sun his power levels have always increased. I don't think i've seen an orange sun before that he might have flown by. But the weird thing is this. Why does he lose his powers under the red sun. Hes been in space before and its said that it could take superman hours to run out. But while under the red sun he has none at all."

maybe because his energy stored by the yellow is being replaced or mixed similar to color mixing

#26 Posted by zee crusher (9067 posts) - - Show Bio

Zenma says:

"zee crusher says:
"Zenma says:
"think about it, it's similar to sound frequencies, as it gets higher our ears can get harmed or it becomes silent to us. So in my theory a higher frequency of radiation can either hurt him or do nothing at all"

It will do something. The close he usually gets to the sun his power levels have always increased. I don't think i've seen an orange sun before that he might have flown by. But the weird thing is this. Why does he lose his powers under the red sun. Hes been in space before and its said that it could take superman hours to run out. But while under the red sun he has none at all."

maybe because his energy stored by the yellow is being replaced or mixed similar to color mixing"

Never thought of it that way pretty good.

#27 Posted by Zenma (5001 posts) - - Show Bio

zee crusher says:

"Zenma says:
"zee crusher says:
"Zenma says:
"think about it, it's similar to sound frequencies, as it gets higher our ears can get harmed or it becomes silent to us. So in my theory a higher frequency of radiation can either hurt him or do nothing at all"

It will do something. The close he usually gets to the sun his power levels have always increased. I don't think i've seen an orange sun before that he might have flown by. But the weird thing is this. Why does he lose his powers under the red sun. Hes been in space before and its said that it could take superman hours to run out. But while under the red sun he has none at all."

maybe because his energy stored by the yellow is being replaced or mixed similar to color mixing"

Never thought of it that way pretty good."

thanks

#28 Posted by Zenma (5001 posts) - - Show Bio

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#29 Posted by Zenma (5001 posts) - - Show Bio

Lantern Of Hatred says:

"Methos says:
"ok, so we know what happens when Kryptonians are under a Red (Class M) star... and we know what happens when they are under a Yellow (Class G) star...you can figure out that under a Orange (Class K) Star he'd he half as strong as he is under a Yellow Star... that makes sense...so, what wound happen if Superman was exposed to Solar Radiation from an even younger star?here's the spectral classification for stars...so, if a Superman gets stronger as he's around younger stars... how strong would be be under different types of star?any thoughts?M"

So wait, if superman was near a blue star he'd be like.. 5 times as strong?

oh god I can just imagine prime now X_X.
Post Edited:2008-03-21 01:04:30"

well we can't say for certain of what blue stars actually do, it can do more harm as Zee and i have posted

#30 Posted by Lantern Of Hatred (1626 posts) - - Show Bio

Methos says:

"ok, so we know what happens when Kryptonians are under a Red (Class M) star... and we know what happens when they are under a Yellow (Class G) star...you can figure out that under a Orange (Class K) Star he'd he half as strong as he is under a Yellow Star... that makes sense...so, what wound happen if Superman was exposed to Solar Radiation from an even younger star?here's the spectral classification for stars...so, if a Superman gets stronger as he's around younger stars... how strong would be be under different types of star?any thoughts?M"

So wait, if superman was near a blue star he'd be like.. 5 times as strong?

oh god I can just imagine prime now X_X.
Post Edited:2008-03-21 01:04:30

#31 Posted by hadrian29 (20 posts) - - Show Bio

I’m beginning to think that no comic book writer has ever done any real research star classification. First of all, the Sun is white when viewed from space. The yellow appearance is a function of atmospheric scattering of the blue light it emits. But it really shouldn’t matter what color star is. If he’s solar powered he’s solar powered. If anything, it should be a function of distance and luminosity (radiant poweror power emitted in the form of photons). The idea that he loses power under the “influence” of any red star makes me laugh. And all of you who think that red stars are “dead” need to do a little research on Betelgeuse. It’s a red super giant with a luminosity 105,000 times greater than that of our own Sun. It only appears red because it’s heat is being spread out over a much larger surface area. If he were as close to it as the Earth is to the Sun, he’d be on CRACK! Now sure, a typical red dwarf has about 1/10,000 the luminosity of the Sun. And apparently, scientist think some red dwarfs in the Milky Way may have extremely small habitable zones around them. But these zones would need to be much closer to the star in question that Earth is to the Sun. Close enough that the amount of the star’s energy reaching this theoretical “Krypton” would be pretty much the same as the amount that reaches Earth from the Sun. Complex life more than likely wouldn’t develop otherwise. The only argument that makes sense for this whole “star color/power level” ratio crap is that red stars tend to put our more radiation in the infrared wavelength while blue giants and blue super giants emit most of their energy in the ultraviolet spectrum. Therefore, one could make the argument that his body absorbs and processes electromagnetic radiation specifically in the ultraviolet spectrum to power himself. But that’s really about it. The “color” of the star is primarily a function of surface temperature. BTW…most of this info can be found at www.universetoday.com. Someone should tell the comic book writers to take a look there sometime. lol

#32 Posted by weirdboy (1 posts) - - Show Bio

Ive always thought that diffrent star radiation would have diffrent effects and its somthing they can expant on in the DC universe. kinda silly but ive always thought that superman would go through a kind of kryptonian lycanthropic type of transformation under a blue giant which would act like a full moon. and it dosent have to be just solar radiation. kryptonite is a radioactive material and there are many diffrent of kryptonite each with a diffrent effect.  but would like to know what people think about this.

#33 Posted by AquaFox84 (1 posts) - - Show Bio

I just simply have the theory that the age of the sun is proportional to a Kryptonian's strength, following the information that is already provided it seems that it was their direction. Not accounting for a Dwarf Star. It all made sense to me. A Blue Star is the youngest thus gives him the highest potential like a Teenager. a Yellow sun is the prime of the star's life and thus gives Superman his powers at their limit when he is on earth. The last part is the Red Star which was what they naturally live under and that then makes him an "old man" and a low ability to use his powers. There is also the gravity that causes a factor too.

#34 Posted by hadrian29 (20 posts) - - Show Bio

That's probably what the writers were going for at the time. Only now we know enough about stars to realize that it's doesn't jive. Time for a retcon.

#35 Edited by HeavenlyDarkDragon (817 posts) - - Show Bio

With the light of younger more potent stars his powers would greatly increase. To which point is anyone's guess.

One thing is certain, kryptonian physiology processes energy more eficently the more time its exposed to a star type that gives a kryptonian powers. In many cases, the most known being the One Million timeline, it's shown that the more time spent under the influence of stars that aren't red, the more powerful Superman becomes over time, has his cells evolve over time.

One can assume that being in a solar system with above G class stars, his powers might actually develop faster. In the One Million story it took him over 80.000 years to reach that power level, but he was for the last 15.000 years inside Earth sun, if he were to spend some serious time in the proximity of or even inside a star above G class the time needed for him to achieve greater levels of power might be shortened a few thousands years.

It's all guess work. I doubt DC writers will ever explore a situation where this will happen.

#36 Edited by KoMiC (75 posts) - - Show Bio

@hadrian29: my nigga bill nye jk, lets get to buisness stars are 1st off made from nebulas they then form into either an average star (yellow and blue) or a massive star (green or aka "wolf-rayet stars"), our average star takes billions of years to burn its hydrogen fuel but after it does it becomes a red giant (little density) then sheds its outer layers and becomes a white dwarf yet they are extremeley dense,after the massive star cycle is finished in a few million years they expand and become red supergiants (very little density) then explode (supernova) into a black hole (no light actually takes in light) or a neutron star which is extremeley dense

My guess is that superman draws his power from the density of suns not the color or anything else

#37 Edited by HeavenlyDarkDragon (817 posts) - - Show Bio

We all know that, the stronger the class of star, the more powerful the kryptonian becomes.

Add to that, the fact that his powers permanentely increase has he grows older, and we can assume that the class of star has a major saying in the way and speed their powers manifest and evolve over time. If he's under a G class star his powers will develop slower than under the sunlight of a higher class of star (like an A or B).

And we can assume that this difference in stars reveals a kryptonian true potential.

Has we were able to see with the character H'el. Because he had been exposed for who knows how many years to more powerful stars (he said he had come too close to quasars) and we all saw the results. Superman couldn't do anything to stop him. Not only that he was way more powerful and had more abilities than any kryptonian we seen so far. Not only that, his powers didn't decrease when the class of star became weaker. Even exposed to the red sunlight of Krypton, H'el still retained all of his powers, while Superman and Supergirl immediately started to feel their powers slowly fading.

So my theory is this. Given Krypton's supposedly greater gravity, and that despite that fact, living beings were in many cases way bigger than anything we've seen on Earth, and we can assume that kryptonians also process red sunlight in a way that's far superior to what organisms do on Earth. Seeing that the higher the gravity the more likely is it that beings that evolve on said planets are much smaller in size and to achieve heights equal to those of for example and elephant, they would need much more body mass. But we don't see that on Krypton. Wildlife is shown in most cases to achieve building heights and even the humanoid lifeform, the kryptonians, are pretty much like us. We can say that something in the biology of life on Krypton gave them a kind of a meta-metabolism that allowed them to store more energy than they should. Only that on Krypton that said energy was used mainly in a human natural state, and when exposed to the sunlight of higher classes of stars, that physiology of theirs becomes even more effective.

In a way this class of stars and level of power connection, tells us that both Superman and Supergirl are decades, centuries of maybe even millenia away from reaching their full potential.

I'd really love to see this concept of higher class of stars be explored in future Superman or Supergirl comics, but in a long arc run, and not just a one time issue.

#38 Edited by HeavenlyDarkDragon (817 posts) - - Show Bio

@zee_crusher: @zenma:

Actually the plant thing is simply an analogy, not the process in itself.

No plant can gain so much energy from so little sunlight, nor does it loses its stored energy immediately after exposed to sunlight it can't process.

A kryptonian physiology, and if both of you prefer to stand to the traditional theory of the solar battery nonesense, can't work in the same principles of normal photosynthesis. If anything it works more like a kind of meta-photosynthesis or to be more up-to-date and credible, a superconductive photosynthesis.

In this way all cells in a kryptonian body would reinforce each other, building up energy, faster has each cell became more charged. Not only that it would explain why red sunlight causes a immediately diminishing of their powers levels until they drop to zero.

Of course even with this change, it would not explain the vulnerability to kryptonite, or why regardless of the years spent under a G (yellow/white) class star, a kryptonian power levels are basically the same, or why regardless of the age of the kryptonian that also happens.

Both of you seen time and time again, how Superman even with just a little amount of sunlight can recharge in a manner of seconds. And how he can enter suns like they're nothing. And even if he's in outerspace away of any star he can still maintain his powers and do great feats of power, sometimes pushing to the maximum, and still be able to recharge, even if it's a slower rate.

My advice. Don't look at Superman powers like a plant or a solar battery. It's a completely different mechanism. The closest thing to a theory that's been proposed and that has been kinda accepted, is the photonucleic effect. Although the theory does have one fundamental flaw, it says that the yellow sun causes an augment in the space between protons and electrons in the atoms of a kryptonian, and has such they become extremely more energetic. Well, that's exactly the problem. Atoms become more energetic has the space between protons and electrons becomes smaller, not bigger. There's also some small details that are also incorrect, but the base of the theory is quite solid.

#39 Edited by Makhai (1760 posts) - - Show Bio
#40 Posted by HeavenlyDarkDragon (817 posts) - - Show Bio

@makhai:

Because the topic showed up in the main list.

And before writing anything I like to read what other people posted, just to see what was on everyone's mind. And their opinions.

Why? Does it bother you?

Because if it does, you could've read what I wrote and moved on.

I don't remember asking you any question. So why the fuss?

#41 Posted by Makhai (1760 posts) - - Show Bio

@makhai:

Because the topic showed up in the main list.

And before writing anything I like to read what other people posted, just to see what was on everyone's mind. And their opinions.

Why? Does it bother you?

Because if it does, you could've read what I wrote and moved on.

I don't remember asking you any question. So why the fuss?

So defensive! But no, it doesn't really bother me. I simply think that it's silly to try to argue opinions made 7 years ago when opinions on comic book character can radically shift after the time lapse of a single published issue.

But even if it did bother me, why would I read what you wrote and move on when I could ask you why you are trying to have a conversation with users that haven't made a single post in more than 1 year for one and more than 6 years for the other? Maybe you just like to argue against those you know won't show up to defeat your arguments?

Also, if we are only replying to people that specifically asked us questions, well sir, you have no reason at all to reply to said users from 7 years ago. Make sure that in your attempts to catch me with a fast one, that you don't swing that fist around and punch yourself in the nose.

#42 Posted by HeavenlyDarkDragon (817 posts) - - Show Bio

@makhai:

Again I fail to see the issue here.

How many times have people brought up topics, like DC One Million, and powers characters used decades ago. A lot of people. And still I don't remember reading you asking them why they where bringing up stuff that's totally outdated.

It's not being defensive has you might think. Look what it matters to me is title of the topic.

Has that question been answered. No. A lot of people still talk about it today. If not in this post then others. The red sunlight thing is something that despite the years, has never been correctly explained, at least not in a credible way.

And I'm not waiting for answers from anyone. I left my two cents and moved on. Until someone decides to reignite the topic again.

I've seen people still debating stuff from 1994. Now that's crazy. Talking about feats that a character did, when it was much more easy to sell stuff like, moving at infinite speeds or blowing galaxies like they were birthday candles, was easy to sell back then. But still I see people debate here on the Vine stuff that currently has no meaning.

But the red sunlight issue isn't outdated nor did it disappeared. That's why I brought it up by commenting. To me the title of the topic still holds value. Simple has that.

#43 Posted by Makhai (1760 posts) - - Show Bio

@heavenlydarkdragon:

  • I fail to see how you don't see the issue.
  • Bringing up topics is one thing. Trying to start a conversation or defeat arguments from users that have not even logged on in several years is just silly.
  • I can't be everywhere at once but I do try to point out silliness where I see it.
  • You were totally defensive. You are being defensive now.
  • I don't care about your opinion on the topic. That was not the reason why I replied to you. You'll have to do better to strawman me.
  • Sure looks like you are leaving your two cents and moving on.
  • The point of my initial reply to you has very clearly flown right over your head.
#44 Posted by HeavenlyDarkDragon (817 posts) - - Show Bio

@makhai:

Yeah. Right. You're so clear has water that I can see the bottom.

The only one with a issue here its you. You keep insisting like a dog chasing it's tail.

I answered your question already, you're the one that's stretching this longer than it should, deviating from one thing to another.

Maybe you're one those persons that needs to have the last word, to feel great about themselves.

I'll post what I want when I want. Got a problem with it, talk the administrators of the site.

You know what's really funny has hell. You're so high on your throne of self-righteousness, that you're the one that's really the problem. You remember me those so called activists that protest against oil drilling on the oceans, screaming from their boats while wasting hundreds of gallons of fuel per hour.

#45 Posted by Makhai (1760 posts) - - Show Bio

@makhai:

Yeah. Right. You're so clear has water that I can see the bottom.

The only one with a issue here its you. You keep insisting like a dog chasing it's tail.

I answered your question already, you're the one that's stretching this longer than it should, deviating from one thing to another.

Maybe you're one those persons that needs to have the last word, to feel great about themselves.

I'll post what I want when I want. Got a problem with it, talk the administrators of the site.

You know what's really funny has hell. You're so high on your throne of self-righteousness, that you're the one that's really the problem. You remember me those so called activists that protest against oil drilling on the oceans, screaming from their boats while wasting hundreds of gallons of fuel per hour.

  • The irony in your first is killing me.
  • I don't have an issue at all. I questioned your reasoning and you flew into ultra defensive mode and threw a fit.
  • Wrong. It takes two to tango. This is just you trying to pass the buck. It seems to be a trend among the younger posters. There is also no deviation for my part. You did something silly, I asked why, you cried about it. That's where we are at right now.
  • Maybe. But it's not exactly like I am the only one here that could be accused of that.
  • Congratulations? How about instead of talking to the site admins, I just talk to you about it directly? Seems like you want me to jump through all these hoops on your behalf. Why would I do such a thing? You are the one that had their feelings hurt when your actions were questioned. Perhaps it is you that should be contacting the admins since you are clearly the one with the problem.
  • I am the problem for asking you a simple question? For questioning your supreme logic? Who is really the self-righteous one here? Your reference makes no sense in any context, so you'll need to expand on that or rethink your wording in order for me to understand the zinger you tried to place on me.
#46 Edited by HeavenlyDarkDragon (817 posts) - - Show Bio

@makhai:

Thanks for proving my point. Really. Thank you.

If you haven't understood that I answered your question already, then you'll never get it.

I gave you the why's and still you always come back for more.

You want a simple answer. One a five-year old could understand. Than here it is.

A Vine friend of mine and I were talking about how red sunlight should be Superman only weakness, and no other. But he thought that it wouldn't be well accept because it wasn't something that was well understood, and when I read his post from 7 years ago. I left my input on the subject.

He directed me to the page, and I left my impression. For him and not also.

You're the one that doesn't seems to get it. I didn't just stumble upon the page I was told to go there and read some of the stuff that's written there.

But you, not having anything to do. You had to but in. Which I normally don't mind, given it's done properly.

You came to me asking/demanding a why. Has if I had sit on your table. And has such I answered in the same way that I would answer to anyone I don't have any connection, and gave you what you needed to know. Nothing more nothing less.

But you couldn't let go. Oh, no. Not only that, you come to me with each answer in a superior tone. Like I have an obligation to answer your questions.

So now that I did put it has simple has it gets, can you, I don't know... Go make questions to someone else that's more willing to put up with you.

Seriously. It's because people like you that when they come with questions I give the silent treatment, just so I don't have to waste my time answering to stuff that I don't actually have to answer.

#47 Posted by Makhai (1760 posts) - - Show Bio

@makhai:

Thanks for proving my point. Really. Thank you.

If you haven't understood that I answered your question already, then you'll never get it.

I gave you the why's and still you always come back for more.

You want a simple answer. One a five-year old could understand. Than here it is.

A Vine friend of mine and I were talking about how red sunlight should be Superman only weakness, and no other. But he thought that it wouldn't be well accept because it wasn't something that was well understood, and when I read his post from 7 years ago. I left my input on the subject.

He directed me to the page, and I left my impression. For him and not also.

You're the one that doesn't seems to get it. I didn't just stumble upon the page I was told to go there and read some of the stuff that's written there.

But you, not having anything to do. You had to but in. Which I normally don't mind, given it's done properly.

You came to me asking/demanding a why. Has if I had sit on your table. And has such I answered in the same way that I would answer to anyone I don't have any connection, and gave you what you needed to know. Nothing more nothing less.

But you couldn't let go. Oh, no. Not only that, you come to me with each answer in a superior tone. Like I have an obligation to answer your questions.

So now that I did put it has simple has it gets, can you, I don't know... Go make questions to someone else that's more willing to put up with you.

Seriously. It's because people like you that when they come with questions I give the silent treatment, just so I don't have to waste my time answering to stuff that I don't actually have to answer.

  • Whatever your point actually was, it seems to be a mystery to all but you.
  • There isn't a misunderstanding. At least not for my part. You seem to misunderstand me if you continually insist that I am asking you to answer that which I have only asked once. I know why you tried to reply to someone from 7 years ago. That does not mean that I don't think it is stupid.
  • Said Mr. Pot to the Kettle.
  • LOL you keep trying to answer questions that aren't asked though. Puffing your chest and prancing around the thread as if you won something when you don't even know why you're arguing is nonsensical.
  • Once again you tilt at windmills. I never said that I cared that you were posting here. I asked why you were responding to posts from 7 years ago and you went into beast mode. I guess you think you are above things like having your actions questioned. You must be an often-ignored individual to make such a mountain out of a mole-hill.
  • Again, because it doesn't seem very clear to you, I don't care that you posted here. I don't even want to know why.
  • Yeah, it is a public forum, so I openly questioned someone and your delicate ego couldn't handle it.
  • Ah, so you freely admit that if anyone you don't know questions you, you instantly take an aggressive position. That's not surprising but considering you called me self-righteous for questioning you before... I find it particularly amusing.
  • Why would I let a conversation go when I am enjoying it? I love it when people react as though they are too important to be questioned. "How dare you question my almighty, all-knowing posts!? HOW DARE YOU!!!?" It's always interesting to see where that goes. You don't have an obligation to answer me. I already offered you an excuse to leave the conversation twice. I knew your ego would never allow you to take those opportunities though, but to say that I think you are obligated to do anything is a lie. The only obligation you have to remain in this conversation is the obligation set by your own pride.
  • I could talk to others. But I choose not to. If you are unwilling to put up with my questions, why do you insist on remaining in the conversation?
  • Yes, I am sure that is the reason why you give the silent treatment. Everyone is stupid except you, right?

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