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Alright, this is my 2nd calc. For fun, I will be making some calcs from BFB.

## Donut pulls the Earth

So I merged the images where Earth was in its normal size and where it was being sucked into the camera. This took 17.52 seconds to move the Earth completely into the camera, and I will assume the distance covered was Earths Diameter of 12,742 km.

12,742/17.52=727.283105023 km/s, or Mach 2120.358906772594, which is already Massively Hypersonic+ for attack speed.

And now to convert the speed to KE. Mass of the Earth is 5.972*10^24 kg.

Using the KE Calculator, that brings me an answer of 1.57942E+36 joules/377.49043977055447385 Yottatons, or Large Planet Level.

This should be able to scale to Four, since Donut was using Fours powers at the time while he was merged with him, and Donut himself, with the Power of Four.

But wait, there is also the possibility of a High End speed (which I have discovered).

Note that the gap between these overlapped images is exactly 1 second.

The Earth travels 48 pixels in one second, and knowing that 300 pixels (see previous image) is 12742000 meters, that would mean Earth was moving at 2038720 m/s, or Mach 5943.790087!

Using the KE calculator tells me that this was using up 1.24109E+37 joules/2.9662762906309749269 ninatons, or a higher Large Planet Level.

UPDATE: The High End was rejected due to the fact the camera was moving left while the Earth was moving right, so the pixels are much shorter. That will not stop me, however, from making one last attempt. If this fails, then 377.4 Yottatons stays.

Note that the screen positions are the same this time without having it slightly altered. Still 1 second for the gaps. I will only be finding the speed the Earth was moving and not the camera.

Earth distance travelled: 31.5 px/1337910 meters, so that is 1337910 m/s (Mach 3900.612245) for the speed of the Earth.

Using the KE Calculator, the result is 5.34495E+36 joules/1.2774737093690248457 Ninatons, or Large Planet Level.

## Four goes to S P A C E

The Earth is 117 px and the screen height is 575 px.

Using some angsizing...

2atan(tan(70deg/2)*[117/575]) is 16.217513840284 degrees.

By using the angsize calculator, the distance the Earth was away from the screen was 4.4716e+7 meters.

Now for the speed. Problem is, we dont know when Four extended his legs to space, low, mid and high ends are the way to go, I guess.

Low End: Assuming Four was extending his legs at the start of the scene

The start of the scene happens at 5:38, and Four appears at his location at 5:50, so thats 12 seconds.

4.4716e+7/12 is 3726333.33333 m/s, which is Mach 10863.94557822157/1.242971006738935% the speed of light, or Sub-Relativistic

Mid End: Assuming Four was extending his legs the moment we hear the whistle sound

Happens at 5:46, so thats 4 seconds.

4.4716e+7/4 is 11179000 m/s, which is Mach 32591.836735/3.7289130202% the speed of light, or Sub-Relativistic

High End: Assuming the speed was Fours fall back down to Earth

Happens from 5:51.83 to 5:53.17 (1.34 seconds)

4.4716e+7/1.34 is 33370149.2537 m/s, which is Mach 97289.06487959184/11.13108364243773% the speed of light, or Relativistic

Four is Sonic the Hedgehog confirmed

## Robot Flower goes super fast

The first trip just took 3, then all of a sudden, the second trip on the way back to Earth was 2. I guess I will be using the faster one for here.

Take note that ever since the events of BFB 8, the moon is now directly in contact with Earth, so I am going to have to figure how far the moon is in the background.

The moon is 268 pixels, or in real life measurements, 2158.8 miles (3474251.83 meters). Screen height is 576 pixels.

Using some Angsizing...

2atan(tan(70/2)*[268/576])=24.864614714112 degrees.

Using the Angsize Calculator imputing said degrees and real moon size said above tells me that the moon is 7.8797e+6 meters away from the screen.

7879700/2 seconds is 3939850 meters per second, AKA Mach 11486.44315, which is Sub-Relativistic. (I guess...)

So now, we are trying to find the weight of the rocket for the lifting strength. Sadly, there aren’t any official heights for the contestants, so instead, I will scale the height of Robot Flower from TV’s width. Since TVs can range in size, I will make 4 ends: Low (Assuming 32” screen, the lowest average height), High-Low (50”), Low-High (65”) and High (85”, the max average height)The Rocket is divided into 2 parts: a cylinder and a cone. I will assume that its all made up of titanium (Comparable to other rockets in real life).

Okay, so Robot Flower stands 223 pixels and TV’s width is 191 pixels.

223/191=1.16753926702

Low End

The average TV width for such TV is 70.9 cm (0.709 m).

1.16753926702*0.709=0.827785340314 meters for Robot Flowers Low end height.

TBA

High-Low End

The average TV width for such TV is 110.7 cm (1.107 m).

1.16753926702*1.107=1.29246596859 m for Robot Flower’s High-Low height.

This would mean that in the second pic, the Yellow line (Height of the cylinder) is 1.60211927356 m, the Green line (Width of the cylinder) is 2.15410994765 m, the Purple line (Height of the cone) is 1.2386132199 m, and the Orange line (Width of the cone) is 1.84445664268 m.

Cylinder:

(Pi*1.07705497382^2)*1.60211927356 is 5.83875778006 m^2 for the volume.

Cone:

(Pi*0.92222832134^2)*(1.2386132199/3) is 1.10316694234 m^3 for the volume.

Total:

5.83875778006+1.10316694234 is 6.9419247224 m^3 for the total volume.

6.9419247224*4500 (Density of Titanium) is 31238.6612508 kilograms, or Class 50.

Low-High End

The average TV width for such TV is 144 cm (1.44 m).

1.16753926702*1.44=1.68125654451 m for Robot Flowers Low-High end height.

This would mean that in the second pic, the Yellow line (Height of the cylinder) is 2.08405759163 m, the Green line (Width of the cylinder) is 2.80209424085 m, the Purple line (Height of the cone) is 1.61120418849 m, and the Orange line (Width of the cone) is 2.39929319373 m.

Cylinder:

(Pi*1.40104712042^2)*2.08405759163 is 12.8518329721 m^3 for the volume.

Cone:

(Pi*1.19964659687^2)*(1.61120418849/3) is 2.42820781703 m^3 for the volume.

Total:

12.8518329721+2.42820781703 is 15.2800407891 m^3 for the volume.

15.2800407891*4500 (Density of Titanium) is 68760.1835511 kilograms, or Class 100.

High End

The average TV width for such TV is 188 cm (1.88 m).

1.16753926702*1.88=2.194973822 m for Robot Flowers (doubtable) High end height.

TBA

## Robot Flower goes super fast (Updated)

Apparently, Carykh (one of the creators of BFDI) claims that Pencil is 1.7 meters in the video Yoyle City: Behind the Scenes., stating that Pencil is the size of the average human. So to be exact, I will use 1.755 meters (the average human height). (Credit to UmbraSnivy for pointing this out)

Pencil is 90 pixels/1.755 meters while Robot Flower is 94 pixels. That means Robot Flowers height is 1.833 meters tall.

Also, I made an error on the speed. I forgot to angsize Robot Flower and then subtract the distance Robot Flower is from the screen from the distance the moon is from the screen. Lets get to it, speed first.

Reusing the image from the original calc, Robot Flower is 223 pixels. Angsizing tells me that she is 4.9962 meters away from the screen.

7.8797e+6-4.9962 is 7879695.0038 meters for the distance between Robot Flower and the moon.

Since it took 2 seconds to move from the moon back to her original location...

7879695.0038/2 is 3939847.5019 m/s or Mach 11486.4358655977, still Sub-Relativistic, but thats fine. It was just a minor change, after all.

And as KE for just for fun, assuming Robot Flower weighs 65.3 kg comparing the average height to a 6 foot adult female, by using the Relativistic Calculator, the result is 506871963070775 joules/121.1453066612751 kilotons, or Large Town Level. Now for the revised weight for the rocket.

Upper Rocket Height: 92 px/1.756625 meters

Upper Rocket Width: 137 px/2.61584375 meters (1.307921875 meters for the radius)

Lower Rocket Height: 119 px/2.27215625 meters

Lower Rocket Width: 160 px/3.055 meters (1.5275 meters for the radius)

Lower Rocket Volume (Cylinder): (Pi*1.5275^2)*2.27215625=16.6552249911 m^3 for the volume.

Upper Rocket Volume: (Cone): (Pi*1.307921875^2)*(1.756625/3)=3.14681552466 m^3 for the volume.

16.6552249911+3.14681552466 is 19.8020405158 m^3 for the total volume.

19.8020405158*4500 is 89109.1823211 kg.

Ill assume this is only affecting 30% of the total volume, as there is inside hollowness to the rocket.

89109.1823211*0.3 is 26732.7546963 kg, or barely Class 50.

## X goes to the center of the Earth

TVs width is 95 px and Pins height (minus the legs since she isnt standing, so I will use her base) is 67 px.

Since the Low-High End was accepted in the previous calc shown above, I will take TVs width as 1.44 meters.

(67/95)*1.44=1.01557894737 m for the height of Pin minus her legs.

Pins base stands 334 px and Four stands 348 px.

(348/334)*1.01557894737=1.0581481248 m for Fours height.

Four stands 370 px and the holes diameter is 359 px.

[(359/370)*1.0581481248]/2=0.51334483351 m for the radius of the hole.

Taking the volume of a cylinder using the radius of said hole and Earths radius which is 6371000 meters, this gives me a result of 5274434.07834 m^3.

Converting it to cm^3 gives me 5274434078340 cm^3

Assuming Violent Fragmentation (Low End):

5274434078340*69=3.6393595e+14 joules/86.9827796367112853 kilotons (Town Level+)

Assuming Pulverization (High End):

5274434078340*214.35=1.1305749e+15 joules/270.2138862332695908 kilotons (Large Town Level)

## X goes to the Center of the Earth (Updated)

Apparently, Carykh (one of the creators of BFDI) claims that Pencil is 1.7 meters in the video Yoyle City: Behind the Scenes., stating that Pencil is the size of the average human. So to be exact, I will use 1.755 meters (the average human height). (Credit to UmbraSnivy for pointing this out)

Pencil is 90 pixels/1.755 meters while Pins base is 62 pixels.

(62/90)*1.755=1.209 meters

Reusing the image of scaling Pins height (minus the legs) and Fours height...

(348/334)*1.209=1.25967664671 meters for Fours height.

Reusing the image of scaling Fours height and the holes radius...

[(359/370)*1.25967664671]/2=0.61111340022 meters for the radius of the hole.

Using the volume of a cylinder with the updated radius and the radius of Earth in meters...

(Pi*0.61111340022^2)*6371000=7474826.06719 m^3 (or in cubic centimeters, 7474826067190 cm^3)

Assuming Violent Fragmentation (Low End)

7474826067190*69=5.15763e+14 joules/123.270315487571708 kilotons (Large Town Level) Well RIP 7-C+ BFDI...

Assuming Pulverization (High End)

7474826067190*214.35=1.602229e+15 joules/382.9419216061185693 kilotons (Large Town Level)

## Final Tally

• Donut pulls the Earth (Low End): 377.49043977055447385 Yottatons (Large Planet Level) (Accepted)
• Donut pulls the Earth (High End): 2.9662762906309749269 Ninatons (Large Planet Level)
• Donut pulls the Earth (Updated High End): 1.2774737093690248457 Ninatons (Large Planet Level)
• Fours Body extension speed (Low End): Mach 32591.836735 (Sub-Relativistic)
• Fours Body extension speed (Mid End): Mach 32591.836735 (Sub-Relativistic)
• Fours Body extension speed (High End): Mach 97289.06487959184 (Relativistic)
• Robot Flower Speed: 3939847.5019 m/s (Sub-Relativistic) (Accepted)
• Robot Flower KE: 121.1453066612751 kilotons (Large Town Level)
• Robot Flower Lifting Strength: 26732.7546963 kg (Class 50)
• X goes to the Center of the Earth (Low End): 123.270315487571708 Kilotons (Large Town Level) (Accepted)
• X goes to the center of the Earth (High End): 382.9419216061185693 Kilotons (Large Town Level)
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