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This is a discussion of some of the calculations I've made (as of 9/20/21) over the past 7 months. I know some of these calcs might seem questionable, weird, and... well, I'll save that for when I show off my gran obra maestra. But just promise me one thing, will you? Try to read the entire blog...
I want to make profiles for the characters of Thunderbolt fantasy, is it possible for anyone to volunteer time to help in this endeavor? I just want to start out with one of the fights like these:
Basically what the title are. Lately i have running into a problem that i don't know how to find the "mass" of entire city block. Can someone give me an advice?
I have wandering around calculation stuff for a few days and i has noticed someone said that heating or cooling are qualify for AP only, they don’t scale to striking strength or durability because it's not blunt force. Is this true?
Hi there, i'm new to calculation stuff so i wanna ask on how to calc these feat:
1. A bandit was able to throw 10kg javelins up to ten of meters away.
2. A character was able to melt entire city block and set entire plaza on fire.
I wanted to request a calc to be made for how much it takes to destroy a train carraige. Might help quite a few verses especially with getting all the materials that compose it together if they havent been already.
Ok how strong is crushing a supercomputer the shape and size of Jupiter into a black hole be?
Like useing a forcefield to crush a supercomputer the size of Jupiter made of steel into a black hole
I finally got off my ass to make this thing I'd had in the back of my mind for months. TLDR, skull crushing isn't 9-B and FTE isn't (necessarily) subsonic.
Skull Crushing
The old Xcano calc is bad, and Xcano himself disavowed it. The problem with it is that it treats the skull as just a cube...
So, one character in particular turns the ocean horizon into acid. Is there a method to calculate the energy for this? I was thinking of calculating the volume of the horizon and then multiplying by the pulverization value of the human body (Since the same acid pulverizes human bodies), but I...
I have been confused about a certain thing in Clover's profile seeing as we know the Brute Suit can take 100000 Megatons of Damage due to it being said to us in the show, however, it has never been shown to us she has a Striking Strength around At least Large Building Class, most likely Large...
I'll make this simple as this actually bothered me for over a year now. The upper limit for Human level seems quite low; a measly 100 joules.
An average person can easily break past this limit. especially with kicks. This is because legs have a lot more mass than an arm, and a kick is also...
So, I recently found some actual valid criticism (for once) of our website on Reddit. Don't let the title mislead you, it's not just shitting on us for disagreeing with the poster's personal opinions on the stats of anime/comic characters or whatever, it's actual criticism (Even if they aren't...
1) Now yes I am aware anything near the speed of light or faster cannot be reached, as it requires infinite energy. I'm not trying to disapprove of anything, I am rather just misunderstood and curious about this comparison. Though it always bothered me why the Speed of Light and above aren't...
For this feat, should normal Fragmentation or Violent Fragmentation be used?
Fragmentation: Applied when the matter that was destroyed was turned into fairly large and distinguishable pieces.
Violent Fragmentation: Applied when the matter that was destroyed was turned into small but still...
What takes more priority over AP, watts or joules?
I am wondering this since I have a calc worth around 5.392 tons of TNT (Large Building level), however, this attack was done by gathering the energy needed to do so in half a second, so a "quickened" attack if you will. Now, if it took a second...
So I'm just gonna quick sum up a couple of things to help explain the calculation I'm about to do:
In the Miraculous NY special, Adrien Agreste is about to leave Paris to go to NY, much to his chagrin as he promised Ladybug he will stay to protect the city. Long story short, he decides to not...
I think this is simple.
Currently on the wiki it is considered that the volume of the Mount Fuji is 4.181e11m^3, based on a diameter of 20 kilometers (Via pixelscale). But this site that explains the characteristics of the Mount Fuji says that the diameter is 50 kilometers. This changes the...
So, in a particular group, where we also do Powerscaling, the standard pulverization feats, which we use from both here, and other Wikis which seems to agree on the method, got confronted by supposedly far more accurate way to calculate said feats involving pulverization.
This is the source for...
So, could anyone please help me with pixel scaling here? I just have no programs for that. Could anyone please calc the distance this guy spun here It's for a speed feat, and one person recommended me to pixel scale the distance
OK here's Reference for common feats blog. The important thing for me here is "Attacking a Person such that the person flew across a distance before falling onto ground".
I understood it at first, there's need height, mass, velocity which would be found with height and then KE by knowing mass...
I was on Discord and there was a discussion about gravitational time dilation. There are statements in Kingdom Hearts about worlds having different flows of time with there being one demonstration of that and someone said that we should assume that this is due to gravitational time dilation and...
Why do you guys consider even the obvious fire ball radii as the radii of air-burst (20psi overpressure) ?
For example when we see a 2.3km radius fireball and shockwaves are followed, it is still considered that 2.3km is the place till where 20psi overpressure is observed.
Is there a reason...
Idk if all the calc staff keep this in mind when evaluating the calcs but when scaling sizes that are extremely small from those that are extremely large and vice versa, the image being used MUST be of very high quality with high pixel count as a rule.
It's easy to cheat your way out or get...
I want to know how, on a similar thread here. Someone said they reflect it with AP, so how do I turn area into joules if thats the case?
If you are curious, the area for this thing is 8,397,491.00391m^3.
Alright, let’s just start with why I am making this thread to begin with, considering we already had some of them before, with the last one being just a month old. Well, to make a long story short, I just couldn’t stand the gross amount of misinformation being spread throughout that thread. It...
So I recently found a statement about a character that could compress Earth to the size of a sugar cube due to the immense pressure within its body. So I was wondering can compression via gravity like in this blog be used for compression via pressure? Or is pressure and gravity different so...
Feat:
I will use 1.75 for the height of the Anos,taking into account the average Japanese height
Pixels:
Anos (1043px) = 1.75 m
Arm of Anos (391px) = 0.6560 m
Pixels:
Arm of Anos (129px) = 0.6560 m
Anos distance to light (68px) = 0.3457 m
Can't really know the movement that Anos...
I have seen a few calculations using a particular method examples being this one as well as this one.
The calculation appears to be done based on taking the speed of whatever the frozen object was normally, then dividing it by the speed of a snail, and then multiplying it by the speed in which...
I think we should make concrete a list of assumptions for various things for calcs. Stuff like "Several = 3", "Instant = 1 second", and so on. Probably an instruction page of some sort.
I believe that without this we end up with assumption inflation; people can pick the highest assumptions...
I have observed calculations regarding the orbit that the earth follows with respect to the sun, but I don't know if it can do the same with the sun and the galaxy.
Example:
Character A is 60 kg and is flying at mach 3
Character B is 60 kg and is flying at mach 9 in the opposite direction, and crashes into character A on propouse to hurt them.
How does character B's speed affect the kinetic energy calculation?
Came across a feat and I’m just curious what level you get for shaking the entire earth to it’s core instantly? I saw that there are calcs for a Magnitude 4 earthquake on a global scale that is Small Country but pretty sure that isn’t shaking the earth all the way to the core, simply just the...
Okay, sorry if I used this in a wrong way, but I think Fullmetal Alchemist needs to be feat searched. All the feats that are currently on their profiles but the Bradley blitzing feat and Ed's explosion feat come from chapters 1-10. There are probably higher feats, both alchemic transmutations...
Basically this calc got rejected because "we can't apply KE to planetary busts because we can't know if the debris travelled at the same speed in the given time-frame" despite tons of similar calcs went accepted like this, this, this, this or even this
So I've 2 options:
Discard any Planetary...
HatBot-Ler gets crushed by steel
It takes 0.0375 seconds for the shadow to fall from the top of the screen to the bottom
A HatBot is 87.3 cm a single pixel is 0.00329433962 cm
Distance from the top is 222.367924528 cm or 2.22367924528meters from the top
so it reaches the speed of...
So after the previous DCEU Discussion, it is confirmed that the only feat that we can go off is the Atlantis sinking feat. So pretty straightforward. During an experiment, the Trident releases a powerful wave of energy which sinks Atlantis.
video...
the theme originated in Hilo vs but hey that's not important, could any member calculate the feat of Hatchiyack Warped and unstabilized large portions of the Northern Galaxy upon his birth?(feat)
just to know an exact value
In My Hero Academia Chapter 49, Gran Torino blitzes Izuku while he struggles to use Full Cowling. I'll be calculating how fast he's moving.
Calculation
Izuku height = 340.87px (1.66m)
Distance Gran traveled = 2927.11px (8.58717399595m)
I'll be using peak-human perception time here, which has...
In My Hero Academia Chapter 10, Izuku withstands an explosion from Katsuki. I'll be calculating the yield of this.
Calculation
Izuku height = 166cm (324.62px)
Explosion diameter = 162cm (318.50px)
Explosion radius = 81cm
We'll be using the air blast explosion formula where Y =...
I have seen many comments on multiple threads where it is mentioned that creating the matter of the observable universe is a 3-A feat while creating the space-time with all the matter is a low 2-C feat.
I understand that we use the inverse square law and creation=destruction to calculate some...
Now, here is the thing, I was doing this in a blog in the wiki when suddenly the Forums died, I don't know where we are supposed to make calculations now, so I'm just making this thread
Well, this is alot to cover, so let's keep this brief.
This was asked by GoldenScorpions here and here...
So, I looked on the Necrozoma page, and I saw that it was given 4-B for lighting up the Ultra Space, a solid calc. But what was not Calced was Necrozoma absorbing all the light in the Ultra Space.
From what I've read and seen, the Ultra Space is a universe similar to ours, filled with stars...
Disclaimer: I haven't gotten used to this page yet, sorry if I posted this on the wrong place. I'm sure the mods can help me with that.
After many of the calcs done for this feat were considered "incorrect" base on the assumptions made in the past by other members. I’ve concluded that a new...
Hey everybody! I've wanted to contribute a calc to the site for a while, and I found a pretty good one that I haven't seen anyone do before. I'm still getting used to the new forum, so apologies if this is the wrong place to put this.
So, during the fourth major arc of Katekyo Hitman Reborn...
This is the official thread for requesting calcs to be done by the members of the Calc Group and other senior editors.
However, this help is entirely optional, and the people who do the requesting cannot expect that anybody will somehow be automatically interested in doing the requested calcs...
This thread is intended for users to link to new blog post calculations, to relay them to the community, and have them evaluated by the calculation group, without contacting the members individually.
To evaluate important off-site calculations, preferably copy them to blog posts in this wiki...
Alright, so I'll give more attention to this series later, but for now there are two feats that can be given a quick look at.
I tried to make a proper blog post to make these calcs...but it wouldn't let me, so idk where to put them. I think this is where they go. Anway:
The Little Mermaid...
The famous island lifting feat in Superman Returns is considered to be 768.049 m/s or mach 2.23. However the escape velocity of Earth is 11186 m/s or mach 33. So it's a better option to use the later one I think
As topic. Assorted lifting strength discussion thread.
Featured topics:
1. Does throwing objects at a speed generate more lifting strength than just lifting it up Olympic weight lifting style? Can a higher value of lifting strength be deduced from throwing an object at a smaller mass? Say...
Continued from here or saved here.
It has been agreed universally by staff that freezing and heating feats will continue to be treated interchangeably since it's the exact same feat but in the opposite direction. But there are other users who want to continue derailing that topic much further...
This thread is intended for users to link to new blog post calculations, to relay them to the community, and have them evaluated by the calculation group, without contacting the members individually.
To evaluate important off-site calculations, preferably copy them to blog posts in this wiki...
This is a problem that I'm sure a lot of people had to deal at some point, and that is looking for blogs, without knowing the owner or the threads in which those were posted, it might take an unecesary amount of time to eventually find them.
So I came up with this:
"When making a blog for a...
Hey, so I was curious, and decided to test the formula, just for fun and I found that it wasn't all that correct.
so I used nuke map, and. Put in 16 kilotons of tnt as the yield of the explosion, and these rates for the radius'.
Fireball: 0.240 km
20 psi: 0.55 km
5 psi: 1.15 km
Radiation...
Should i wait for a time before post any feats that could be considered spoilers?
Or i only need to put a spoiler tag in the description of the feat and in the link?
As you may still remember I made this thread awhile ago but I never cover how to deal with pulverization or violent fragmentation.
Take a note that I didn't find any source regarding the issue so the formula below is mostly intuitive though it makes sense from a mathematical point of view...
Our source: http://web.archive.org/web/20170322181309/http://www.narutoforums.com/xfa-blog-entry/because-fluttershit-sucks-and-we-need-something.34025/
Frag. should be based on shear strength on the material and v. frag on tensile strength. But our glass values are both based on its fracture...
Problem
Currently, we are allowed to calculate the KE for celestial body feats, but when it surpasses light speed we use the gravitational binding energy of the celestial body instead. The problem is, when you move a planet close to light speed, it actually gets a higher AP than moving a planet...
This is the official thread for requesting calcs to be done by the members of the Calc Group and other senior editors.
However, this help is entirely optional, and the people who do the requesting cannot expect that anybody will somehow be automatically interested in doing the requested calcs...
I stole this from Ah Gou:
This has already been addressed and currently, it's accepted as pulverization, but recently we got additional info for the scene by Nakaba himself (it's a sketch so deal with it) which was meant for the anime adaptation (so it's canon). The narrator says "The fires in...
I was just wondering, are usually real world regular soldiers considered athletic stats or peak human stats? Like athletic speed and strength and durability? Or peak like Bruce Lee?
By assuming a typical human field of view it allows one to estimate the size of an object if one knows the distance from the point of view or estimate the distance to the point of view if one knows the size of the object.
~ Angular Size
My question is, why are we saying a typical...
There is a way to find the size of an explosion if it happen beyond the horizon?
Like, there is no objects to use for pixerscaling but i have a rough idea about what distance the explosion happen?
I have a question as to how one gets an answer with the final formula on the late G[http:// https://vsbattles.fandom.com/wiki/User:Gwynbleiddd wynbleiddd's] Blog with Center of Mass :
$ W=Gm^2(1/ri-1/rf) $
I tried doing the formula to see if I can get the same answer as he did but I get...
We have our rules in this page that the relativistic kinetic energy diverges towards infinity for speeds approaching the speed of light. So to not get inflated extremely high results:
Kinetic energy calculated for faster than light objects, or more precise for objects for which...
I'm trying to work on profiles for a verse. One item/weapon is used to power a machine that "requires more electricity than a small city."
How would I go about calculating something like this?
This thread is intended for users to link to new blog post calculations, to relay them to the community, and have them evaluated by the calculation group, without contacting the members individually.
To evaluate important off-site calculations, preferably copy them to blog posts in this wiki...
So, currently Double Riders is having 7-A rating via this feat. But there's many problems with this:
First of all, the feat doesn't belong to IceAge Dopant but to Isaka, another character that arguable could do the same thing. Therefore the proposed scaling to W because they beat IceAge became...
Continued from here.
As the title suggests, this thread is for requesting feats to be calculated or evaluated for the References for Common Feats page.
i did some math and stuff to find dreadbears height:
i used the fnaf 4 house...and the average 2 story house is around 25 f and i counted how many houses tall dreadbear is which was roughly 9-10 houses (250 f) then i doubled it and counted another 5 houses for the legs beneath the level which...
so i know that in the offical calc eval thread it states:
"To evaluate important off-site calculations, kindly create a separate thread in the calc group discussio forum section, and then post a link to it here."
however i think this method is inefficient.
1. when was the last time you've...
So, I'm trying to make a profile for some characters/objects from a certain series (unimportant). In this series, one of the weapons is used to power a machine that requires "more electricity than a small city".
What steps would I take to figuring this out?
Grand Priest stated the material that formed the arena on the Tournament of Power was the hardest thing in the universe, which means, it was way harder and denser than Nuclear Pasta, the strongest material existent in the universe as we know, having a density of 10^14 g/cc, calculating the...
I was seeing some calculations of some Naruto characters and I found one from Kakashi intercepting Raiton: Gian from Kakuzu, I realized that they had accepted that Jutsu was a real lightning, but they didn't use the speed of a real lightning from Narutoverse, and used the our universe, I wanted...
There are several problems with calcs such as these. First of all, they assume that the minimum height of a mountain of 2000 feet. This is not true because [is no official minimum height for a mountain.] Mount wycheproof for example has a summit with an altitude of 486 feet above sea level, much...