1. No, but I do believe seeing him do a similar feat in the comics... I'll see tomorrow if I can find it.
2. There is, but iirc it doesn't have Spidey's exact measurements. (He is in his older teen years, but he's still in high school)
Gtg, I'll talk more about this tomorrow. Nighty night.
Essentially, the device he is using got marked for spam, so he cannot use that device to type here whilst connected to his home network. He'd need to either use his PC (assuming that the ban doesn't affect other devices that attempt to log on to the same banned account) or wait for the account to be unblocked.
But wow though, how did he get marked for spam?
>Your previous reply
1. Who knows? There was a page in the comics where almost the exact same scenario happened to Spidey and it gave more detail as to what it was and how much he was lifting iirc. I'll look for it regardless.
2. Yep, that's correct.
I know this isn't the Nep Thread... But still:
This is more or less what you wanted me to see, right?
If you can still talk to him, tell him that he should try contacting FANDOM about it.
1. I know, but this scene is almost directly referencing that page from the comics, when I find it, then you'll know that we're safe.
2. Yeah, should be simple.
One more thing (I'm adding this for Symby Spidey's Key):
Does this look like the Symbiote (Venom) is resisting Sound? Should I add "Resistance to Sound Manipulation" as one of Symby Spidey's abilities from this? (As the Symbiote gives Black Spidey that weakness as well, I think he should scale from Venom to this)
At the very end of the GIF, where he grabs the baseball bat as Spidey smacks it against the lockers the third time. (It is also seen in the comics that Venom is able to build some tolerance towards Sound with repeated exposure)
I'm leaning more towards the latter due to the Symbiote being able to, generally, be able to heal its hosts at a much faster rate, and can even permanently bond with the host's DNA. Hell, it even used Peter's body whilst he was sleeping to fight the Sinister Six at one point (and whereas Spidey didn't stand a chance against them originally when he fought them whilst he was awake with the symbiote on, the Symbiote stomped them when it had full control)
I don't see how the Symbiote is not counted under Biological Manipulation, seeing that it can permanently bond with the DNA of its host, and can even transform the host into a liquid-like goo (as seen in the Spider-Man Unlimited TV Show), so either it's Body Control, or Biological Manip. (The original author of the profile/somebody could've forgotten to add it, who knows)
I don't think you've made any profiles yourself, but you might know the answer...
How do I upload a profile when I'm all finished to the site?
I guess I could ask a quick question on Biological Manipulation for the Symbiotes in the Q & A Threads... Although if Venom doesn't have it, and he's been revised already recently, I doubt that I should ask, otherwise it would have already been added.
I don't think T.S.S.M has really changed any of the recurring feats, so I don't think a CRT is required. We'll see, anyway.
Apparently, that "machine" he lifted in the first 3 scans wasn't really a machine at all. It was just some random debris made from Iron that collapsed on top of him, and it is more or less referencing this: https://imgur.com/a/p4y9k
(This was already calculated in a Death Battle episode, so I'll go and find it to find his lifting strength)
There any explosion that someone receive in the face?
Because when I saw the plane exploding in the GIF I said: "(Insert something that if anyone say and isn't from this country I would marry), send booty." As it could give us a good calc, but since he even didn't touched the explosion then is useless.
Look at the calc page and see if there is something that I can be calculated happened in the show.
Monday left me broken Tuesday I was through with hoping Wednesday my empty arms were open Thursday waiting for love, waiting for love Thank the stars it's Friday I'm burning like a fire gone wild on Saturday Guess I won't be coming to church on Sunday
(I'm aware that I sent you three feats at first, but there's also the GIF galleries and the range of Symby Spidey's webbing that I also sent, so I'm unsure which three you're directly specifying, sorry again!)
He struggled to budge it at first and was about to give up and let himself drown with the iron debris weighing him down, but when he saw Gwen Stacy still knocked out unconscious, that gave Spidey a massive amount of motivation.
After gaining it, he immediately tried to lift it with his maximum strength (which also tore some parts of his costume in the process) and was just barely able to push it out of the way.
"However, lifting should generally not be used to calculate Attack Potency unless it is a fast, explosive form of lift (for example: snatch, clean-and-jerk, etc.). This is based on the biomechanics behind how human type characters attack. Unlike a punch, a kick, or most other types of attacks, a lift is a slow sustained motion which allows for many more muscles fibers to be recruited into the movement more easily, generating much more energy than a fast movement used in combat. Lifting movements also allow the body's tendons to help out by storing the energy, then releasing it in a sudden burst, acting like a spring. If we use real world ratios, when the world's heaviest deadlift is compared to the world's most powerful punch, the deadlift has nearly 5 times more energy, demonstrating the disparity between the two types of movements."
The range for Symby Spidey's webbing you've just calculated from two different scenes, and I'm going to use the higher-end one that you recently calculated as it's pretty close to the one you measured for the OP.
Brilliant work, yet again. (As expected from our mathematician)
The high-end I definately cannot use, as no other Spider-Man in existence has ever been able to lift that much. (With the possible exception of Captain Universe Spidey)
Even the Medium-End is pushing it a bit in terms of what I know...
Tell you what, to make extra sure whether the medium one can or cannot be used, I'd like you to (sorry) calculate a Batman Beyond feat (which I'll post the scans for tomorrow). So far DB has calculated his feat to be 200 tons, but your answer could be different, so I'd like to see.
If the Medium-End turns out to be higher than Bats after your calc, then I'll have to stick with the Low-End one.
My guts are like a Spider-Sense, whenever anything that I predicted is about to happen exactly according to my prediction, or when I forget to take something to school, for instance, it starts ringing. (Well, ringing isn't exactly the right word, but you know what I mean)
"Recall that boulder he lifted underwater, this took place in Superman's Fortress of Solitude near the Arctic. So the boulder was likely composed of sedimentary dark limestone, the common rock type around that location.
So, we compared Terry's height to the boulder, applied the density for limestone, and subtracted the weight reduced by underwater buoyancy to find the boulder weight's to be 192 tons."
They've pixel-scaled Terry's height to be approximately 375 pixels, and the Rock width to be 1314 pixels, but I'd like to see what you make of this.
Yeah, but regarding what exactly? I made one version and is much lower, I was thinking in another one to see but I won't come close to they result. And I'm waiting for Fellow Chosen to see what he thinks, I know what he will say but is always better be sure of the things and have a second opinion.
Because Mid-End is definitely pushing it a bit in terms of what I know the Spider-Men can do. And since I know that Terry as Batman is stronger than Spidey in terms of Lifting Strength, if the Mid-End is higher than what you and Shr0nk calculate, then I know I def won't be able to use it, hence why I've asked you to help me out with Bat's calc to see if DB was right.
Then I'd just have to accept the Low-End one anyway, as I have nowhere else to look to apart from the comics, which looks like Comic Spidey has lifted more with the pics I've shown you already than Bats did in that underwater scene.
The average volume of human body from a sample is 0.0664 cubic meters, or 66400 cc, going by that it would be a huge low ball. So saying that its weights 1000 kg, which it isn't, the things is 990 099.01 cc, multiplying that with 12.9 j/cc of Pulverization, the result is 12772277.23 J - 9-B.
Taking photos of nature or if i visited a city with a monument or something thats generally pretty or taking pictures cause of special moments, occasions or anything with family/friends yea i love those.
Taking photos of myself or others taking pictures of me at random times is a big no.
I don't remember which one exactly, but I remember the first group of games; they were the NFS 3, one of F1, two of motorbikes, one of a pirate cat, one of Scooby doo and some others. I also saw how my dad played some of his games, like half life.
Glad to hear it and i also have more fun talking with you than playing games.
I definetely didnt expect that to be the answer but i can absolutely understand your reasoning for having it as the background. (Im sure that you will get much better in due time, especially cause of your amazing patience and will to keep trying. Unless my assumption turns out to be right)
Had this one as my background for a while now, although im gonna change it with the op image where its snowing.(Cant remember the thread number).
Oh thanks a lot, and yea there is a program that allows for gifs and even mp4 files to be put on as backgrounds, i however dont have it anymore since i changed laptops like 3 years ago and i do not remember the name....sooooo research time it is.