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Amelia Lonelyheart

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  • Amelia Lonelyheart

    Feat happens in Rollercoaster, episode 1 of Phineas and Ferb. Doof survives being hit with a ton of tin foil.


    Doof says he bought 80% of tinfoil in the USA.

    Annual production of Tinfoil in the US was about 660,000 tons in 2003. The episode was released in 2007, so times that by five.

    660,000 * 5 = 3,300,000 tons

    Or 2,993,709,642 kg

    2,993,709,642 - 20% = 2,394,967,713.6 kg

    Doof said it was moving at 200 mph, so 89 m/s

    2,394,967,713.6 * 0.5 * 89^2 = 9.4852696e+12 J

    2.26 Kilotons of TNT

    Edit: Danville is located in the Midwest, so the speed is obviously higher than 89 m/s

    Using a rough calculated distance using South Dakota to Portland, I get a distance of 2,667,130.158 meters.

    The entire event takes about 41 seconds to play out.

    2,667,130.158 meters / 41 sec…


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    Feat happens at the end of Moonvasion. Storkules moves the planet with raw strength, pushing it back in proper orbit.


    The earth is 172 pixels, the distance move was 7 pixels.

    172 / 7 = 24.57

    12,742 km / 24.57 = 518 kilometers

    First frame is at 01:52:08, final frame is at 01:54:45

    54.45 - 52.08 = 2.37 seconds

    518 kilometers / 2.37 seconds = 218,565 m/s = 5.972e+24 kg

    5.972e+24 * 0.5 * 218,565^2 = 1.4264319e+35 J

    34 Yottatons.

    Large Planet level gods. Yes.

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  • Amelia Lonelyheart

    Feat happens in an old propaganda film, The New Spirit. Donald Duck literally runs from California to Washington DC in seconds.

    Maybe not canon since the map doesn't depict Calisota, but who knows.

    Distance between middle of California and DC is about 3797 km

    Donald appears on the map at 4:12 and reaches DC at 4:20. Also worth noting that he jumps across entire states.

    3,797,000 meters / 8 seconds = 474,625 m/s

    Mach 1,383

    Massively Hypersonic+ Duck

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    Donald Duck

    January 3, 2020 by Amelia Lonelyheart



    Donald Duck is the main character of the Duck Universe and to a lesser extent of the Duck Mouse universe. Good natured, if grumpy, Donald is a heroic, yet selfish, generous, yet hedonistic and kind, yet self-centered Duck from Quacktown, Calisota.


    Tier: High 6-A. Low 1-C with prep | 1-B

    Name: Donald Fauntleroy Duck

    Origin: Duck Universe

    Gender: Male

    Age: Chronologically would be around 80 as he was born in the 1930s, however due to floating timeline, he's more around 20-30.

    Classification: Duck

    Powers and Abilities:

    Attack Potency: Multi-Continent level (Can fight foes who can harm him). Low Complex Multiverse level with prep (Can summon creatures who transcend the multiverse, which is at least 5-D, by singing) | Hyperverse level (59-dimensional entity)

    Speed: Unk…




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  • Amelia Lonelyheart

    Robotech sure does love vaporizing cities.


    They say no survivors found in 100 Miles. Since the blast is pretty self-contained, I'll assume the 100 miles is the blast diameter.

    A = π*r²

    A = π*50² = 7,853.981 square miles

    594 pixels = 100 miles.

    594 / 53 = 11.207 miles

    11.207 * 7,853.981 = 88,019.565 cubic miles, or 366,881.5511161 cubic kilometers

    Now it wasn't perfectly flat, there are some hills there, so I'll subtract 40%. 220,128.93067 km^3 (2.2012893067e+20 cm^3)

    2.2012893067e+20 * 25700 = 5.6573135e+24 J. 1.3 Petatons

    Continent level again.

    However they also mention fallout, so perhaps it was a nuclear blast?

    100 Miles = 160.934 KM

    ((160.934/0.28)^3)/1000 = 189875.671 Kilotons. 189 Megatons. Mountain level

    Divide that by 2 and we have 94 Megatons. City level+

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