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MjolnirsPower

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Jonathanos

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Subj: Re: I know the scene he's talking about...
Posted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 at 10:03:35 pm EST (Viewed 76 times)
Reply Subj: Re: I know the scene he's talking about...
Posted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 at 09:18:25 pm EST (Viewed 89 times)

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    Seriously? lol How do you clear night with wind? Night is the opposite of day, the absence of light. You don't clear it away with wind. You have to read between the lines. Remember this isn't today where Marvel is dumbing everything down. This is the way Thor used to speak. Eloquent. "The Mists of Night" would be him referring to the debris obstructing his view preventing him from seeing, as night also prevents one from seeing. I thought this would have been quite obvious, you know since night is not made of mist and wind doesn't illuminate it.
     
    And good way to play things off Thor is in Asgard. Yet he summons a storm so powerful it spreads throughout the Universe. To the point that even mountins can't stand up to it on a planet that's supposed to be in a different dimension. Or at the very least a multitude of billions of light years away. But you brush this off because Earth might not have been destroyed? Really?


He doesn't clear night.  He clears the mists of night.  That's not a metaphor for "the debris of hundreds of billions of star systems."  It's mists.
 
I don't brush it off; I describe it accurately.  Thor created a storm so powerful it caused significant damage on Earth even though the storm was conjured in Asgard.  That's a far cry from wiping the Earth away or blowing away galaxies.


Night is not made of mists.
 
Also no what you do is attempt to downplay it. If at the distance Earth is it is still being devastated in the way it is. Everything in between it and Asgard is also being affected. This is a Universal storm created by the Thunder god. You're really alleging that the sole purpose of such a storm would be to turn night to day? Or if you want to ignore the night part to clear some mist? I'm pretty sure Thor could do that without whipping up a storm of such magnitude.
 
So the devastation Earth is being hit by, which is clearly shown as a side effect, is something to be ignored in favor of "eh He's just tryin to clear a lil mist", as if a leaf blower would have been just as useful?




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