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dave

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Fifthchild

Subj: Re: The way I understood Extremis to work is...
Posted: Sat Jul 21, 2007 at 10:07:03 am EDT
Reply Subj: Re: The way I understood Extremis to work is...
Posted: Sat Jul 21, 2007 at 04:46:46 am EDT

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> ***That it makes Tony's usual armor like an extension of himself. It it isnt like armor anymore but as if it is a part of him. To get into the Hulk Buster armor would be sort of like it was before extremis. It would be slower on account that it doesn't react to his mental/physical commands like his reg armor would case in point. If you are fast athletic person and then one day you have to put on a fat suit...you just aren't going to be as fast as you were without the suit.
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Theres no reason the same connection could not be extended to the Hulkbuster suit to enable it to respond just as fast. Hell I thought Extremis Iron Man could coopt and control any electrical device - it makes sense that the ease and speed of interface would be at least as good in anything that he actually built to be controlled by himself. Whats to slow him down - the extra few inches/feet for the signal to travel from Tony's brain to the CPU/limbs of the suit? Insignificant.
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> Theres no reason the same connection could not be extended to the Hulkbuster suit to enable it to respond just as fast. Hell I thought Extremis Iron Man could coopt and control any electrical device - it makes sense that the ease and speed of interface would be at least as good in anything that he actually built to be controlled by himself. Whats to slow him down - the extra few inches/feet for the signal to travel from Tony's brain to the CPU/limbs of the suit? Insignificant.
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I agree that Tony should be able to make the same connection. I think the argument hear is whether or not the physical armors are the same speed. It seems that the Hulkbuster armor is not as fast as the current standard suit.


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