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Desc:Dr. Kakalios explains why Superman can't actually lift buildings two at a time.
Category:Science & Technology
Tags:physics, Superman, Superheroes, fanboy, Dr. Jim Kakalios
Submitted:Hugo Gorilla
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Yay, Superman's gonna kill us all!
Even more impressive is that anyone could fit in either of those buildings Superman was carrying. He dwarfs their windows, and he's normal-sized.
I get the feeling that if Superman were real, he'd accidentally kill ten people for every one he saved.
Duh, Superman's powers are somewhat telekinetic in nature, and he has an electrochemical aura that he subconsciously wraps around whatever he's carrying.
Just...just don't.

Five stars for the same bullshit explanation that sold 5 million copies of George Martin's "Wildcards" books.

Dear God, if you ever decide to give people super powers, start with Dr. Kakalios. He's plainly our best hope. Do not, repeat, do not give any powers to Superman! Guy is a douche.
Calamity Jon
I usually hate guys like this - what's that you say, super-heroes are illogical? Why, one mighty think they were some sort of fanciful stories or something - but this guy's a lot of fun, and it's clear that he loves the source material as much as he loves his chosen field.
Did anybody else see this guy on the news about that bridge collapse? I was like, That guy rules! And everybody kind of looked at me funny.
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