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Subj: Re: any conceivable weight is below limitless, 100% means being capable or strong to be considered that strong....Posted: Mon Feb 17, 2014 at 09:00:55 pm EST (Viewed 67 times)
Reply Subj: any conceivable weight is below limitless, 100% means being capable or strong to be considered that strong....
Posted: Mon Feb 17, 2014 at 08:01:21 pm EST (Viewed 11 times)
Quote:But by that time the numbers are so ridiculous there is no purpose in counting any more...
Quote:Thor or Superman would be 100% because they can lift into territories that are pretty much beyond calculating but still below limitless because what is limitless exactly? Nobody knows...
Everybody knows what limitless is - it means having no limit. I dont really think you could have an object whose weight had no limit but then again in fiction things that dont make sense can and do happen. Still, I dont think Superman or Thor in their normal incarnations can typically list weights that are beyond calculating - even mountains and planets are very much calculable - they are just very big.
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