How much damage does a 400 kt Nuclear warhead cause to Fat Thor and Endgame Thanos ??

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Poll How much damage does a 400 kt Nuclear warhead cause to Fat Thor and Endgame Thanos ?? (80 votes)

Pitiful deaths 38%
They gets blown up to smithereens 16%
Severely injured/Possibly K.O 13%
Tanks it with minor injuries 15%
No-sells it 8%
Thor survives, Thanos dies 3%
Thor dies horribly, Thanos survives 9%

Fat Thor decided to BFR Thanos into space

In the same time the Goverment sent a nuke to their way.. just like they did in Avengers 1

Ironman is out cold, Cap can do shit and the massive army aren't there yet.

How much damage a 400 kiloton nuke to their faces?

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#1  Edited By The_Institution

They die, the heat of a nuke is actually higher than the CORE of a star, by 31x times.

Thor barely survived two minutes and was on deaths door, Thanos best feat of tanking lightning is only 5x times hotter than the SURFACE of a sun

31 x times Core>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>5x times Surface

The core of a star by the way is 2,700 times hotter than the surface of the sun.

Nuke GOD STOMPS Thor and Thanos like fodder.

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Thanos snapped multiple times and tanked thor's lightning and Thor has the star feat. They both have a plethora of blunt force feats as well that stand up to the nuke. Overall I would say both survive though Thor may suffer relatively severe injuries and Thanos being injured as well.

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#3  Edited By The_Institution

@money_brings_happiness said:

Thanos snapped multiple times and tanked thor's lightning and Thor has the star feat. They both have a plethora of blunt force feats as well that stand up to the nuke. Overall I would say both survive though Thor may suffer relatively severe injuries and Thanos being injured as well.

Thor's lightning is literally a thousand times weaker than the core heat of a Star. (Snapping FYI is more radiation resistance feat than heat resistance)

Thanos dies

Thor is the only one that might survive but typically Burst Damage>>>>>>>Damage over time.

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Both are

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Dead.

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Even if they survive the concussive blast, which I think they can because of the Sokovia feat, the radiation will likely kill them.

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Thanos snapped multiple times and tanked thor's lightning and Thor has the star feat. They both have a plethora of blunt force feats as well that stand up to the nuke. Overall I would say both survive though Thor may suffer relatively severe injuries and Thanos being injured as well.

This. They tank it with ease based on their best feats.

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@the_institution: The length of the nuke simply doesn't last long enough to kill either. The heat last for a tenth of a second at its max potential. Furthermore the amount of Thermal radiation damage from a nuke depends on weather conditions. The nuke exploded in space which is obviously not the optimal conditions for a nuke to explode at as air conditions typically affect the actual damage massively. The nuke likely wasn't nearly as powerful as it usually is and even if it was at max potential Thanos and Thor both have high level energy resistance and tank massive energy attacks. And the nuke is also extremely spaced out and not that concentrated. Overall a 400k nuke has no where near the amount of blunt force to kill them and the energy of it is spaced out and isn't focused on them either. It is also in space which is not the optimal conditions for a nuke to go off in.

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Severely Injured or Dead

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I think they die.

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I guarantee if Superman/DD wasn't hurt by this the answer would be different.

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They die. Even if the heat or kinetic force doesn't kill them the radiation will.

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Dead, I tried asking the Russos on Twitter, they didn't respond.

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#14  Edited By WakeUpSid

Injured a bit , but tanks . Even if people want to lowball and say that the energy beam from Nidavellir ( which is much more powerful and carries more energy which is what matters in terms of potency of the harm ) was a weak feat and Thor was about to die , Thor still took explosions and attacks much more powerful .

He has taken the blow back force of Mjolnir smashing into Cap's shield which leveled everything within a mile .

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He took the Sokovia explosion point blank ,

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He survived ( after being nearly unconscious ) the explosion of the 300 m long Statesman

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Final

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He survived the Bifrost explosion ,

Thor (2011) - The Bifrost Explosion GIF by Subline | Gfycat

Not to mention that he was stated by Thunderbolt Ross to be equivalent to a 30 megaton nuke ( and not exaggeration or an analogy of Thor being very powerful , the power output of the Sokovia explosion was stated to be equivalent to a 30 megaton nuke and was calculated to be just as much , if not more )

https://getyarn.io/yarn-clip/57705748-8020-420e-9f87-84c003b7cfcd

And then there is the fact that Tony Stark stated that the Infinity Gauntlet was capable of lighting up a continent ,

Pin on Marvel

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I love how people are still wanking the statement of the IG lighting up a continent even though it's most likely hyperbole and not actually equal to AP or DC.

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They wouldn't even feel it.

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@takenstew22: if the heat and force doesn't finish it, there'll likely be enough time for Maw to rescue Thanos and get him up and running, and for Thor to have his usual resurrection plot hax.

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They get the dead

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@takenstew22: Energy is what matters in AP .

Thermal energy is what causes overall damage to a person as thermal energy is what point to the overall excitation of the molecules and atoms .

For eg , if you spend 1 nanosecond on the Sun and a minute in a fire . Which do you think is most likely to be destructive ?

In the former case , nothing much would happen , while in the latter case , the person would have severe third degree burns and not be able to survive likely .

And Thor does not have continental level durability at all .

But , it’s been established by feats and statements time and time again that Thor is intended to be capable of withstanding a nuke .

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They wouldn't even feel it.

Because they'd be dead in an instant.

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@wakeupsid: People survive fires all the time. You're crazy if you think you would even last a nanosecond on the sun.

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Both are gone

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The radiation or heat kills them. I think they can take the blast though.

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Both die.

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@kingyang: Because you easily could survive a nanosecond on the Sun's surface ,

https://what-if.xkcd.com/115/

And people survive fires all the time , but standing in a fire for a minute gives you severe third degree burns even if you survive

Similarly , a nuke's core reaches temperatures of 50 million Kelvin for only a spit second while the energy beam that Thor took lasted for a few minutes ( 40 seconds on screen ) and had temperature of 600 , 000 Kelvin .

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@rbt: doesn't snapping expose the user to gamma radiation? I'm on the fence with radiation necessarily killing Thanos. He isn't human or from Earth at all so we can't go based on how it affects life on Earth, especially since he has durability beyond any know living creature.

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They tank it with ease, the energy that can burn an entire continent >>>> a single nuke in space.

The full force of a star >>> a single nuke in space. Even Sokovia explosion was more powerful than a nuke and Thor took it while he was weakened.

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@rebake said:

@rbt: doesn't snapping expose the user to gamma radiation? I'm on the fence with radiation necessarily killing Thanos. He isn't human or from Earth at all so we can't go based on how it affects life on Earth, especially since he has durability beyond any know living creature.

I can see that argument.

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@juicers said:

Nidavellir beam feat has a total energy output of 119.5 kilotons of tnt and is proven that Nidavellir's surface and beam has the temperature of 5-6k °F

https://comicvine.gamespot.com/forums/marvel-cinematic-universe-6521/thor-nidavellir-calculation-2010870/

the temperature at the center of the nuke is 50-150 million °F, yeah.

let's say they could survive the explosion, the radiation poison would still kill them.

Holy heck, this calc is amazing. It even highballs the entire thing to make sure to avoid offending people. He assumed 100% efficiency of the dyson sphere (there is always some energy waste) and he calculated only 3% in seepage which is something we can straight up see.

Final assessment for full 40 seconds of the feat is 40kt of energy.

Soo... i guess 400kt kills him.

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They tank it with ease, the energy that can burn an entire continent >>>> a single nuke in space.

The full force of a star >>> a single nuke in space. Even Sokovia explosion was more powerful than a nuke and Thor took it while he was weakened.

light up =/= burn.

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@paulpogba said:

They tank it with ease, the energy that can burn an entire continent >>>> a single nuke in space.

The full force of a star >>> a single nuke in space. Even Sokovia explosion was more powerful than a nuke and Thor took it while he was weakened.

light up =/= burn.

It's a continental energy radiation.

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#35  Edited By Kingyang

People think these fools DD level. Gotta believe in something. Keep the faith.lol

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Honestly I seriously doubt MCU Characters are hitting with the force of kilotons which would be required durability wise to tank this.

Megajoules yes but kilotons?

That's a hard sell mates.

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@chimeroid said:
@paulpogba said:

They tank it with ease, the energy that can burn an entire continent >>>> a single nuke in space.

The full force of a star >>> a single nuke in space. Even Sokovia explosion was more powerful than a nuke and Thor took it while he was weakened.

light up =/= burn.

It's a continental energy radiation.

Nope, Tony said enough energy to light up a continent, which might just mean "provide power" to the continent, not necessarily destroy anything.

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@paulpogba said:
@chimeroid said:
@paulpogba said:

They tank it with ease, the energy that can burn an entire continent >>>> a single nuke in space.

The full force of a star >>> a single nuke in space. Even Sokovia explosion was more powerful than a nuke and Thor took it while he was weakened.

light up =/= burn.

It's a continental energy radiation.

Nope, Tony said enough energy to light up a continent, which might just mean "provide power" to the continent, not necessarily destroy anything.

It's a continental energy radiation.

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@paulpogba said:
@chimeroid said:
@paulpogba said:

They tank it with ease, the energy that can burn an entire continent >>>> a single nuke in space.

The full force of a star >>> a single nuke in space. Even Sokovia explosion was more powerful than a nuke and Thor took it while he was weakened.

light up =/= burn.

It's a continental energy radiation.

Nope, Tony said enough energy to light up a continent, which might just mean "provide power" to the continent, not necessarily destroy anything.

Energy is the same . It doesn't matter whether it is to power up something or destroy , the excitation transferred to the molecules remains the same .

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@chimeroid said:
@paulpogba said:
@chimeroid said:
@paulpogba said:

They tank it with ease, the energy that can burn an entire continent >>>> a single nuke in space.

The full force of a star >>> a single nuke in space. Even Sokovia explosion was more powerful than a nuke and Thor took it while he was weakened.

light up =/= burn.

It's a continental energy radiation.

Nope, Tony said enough energy to light up a continent, which might just mean "provide power" to the continent, not necessarily destroy anything.

Energy is the same . It doesn't matter whether it is to power up something or destroy , the excitation transferred to the molecules remains the same .

Yup this. It was a continental level energy, i mean both Thanos and Thor could arguably no sell a Nuke.

If we are refering to this Nuke, it's actually only 15% of a nuke since in space there's no blast and heat.

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Thor is probably KO'd

Thanos is fine

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Honestly I seriously doubt MCU Characters are hitting with the force of kilotons which would be required durability wise to tank this.

Megajoules yes but kilotons?

That's a hard sell mates.

I doubt that the Kryptonians are hitting with force of kilotons as well , and yet Superman took the nuke .

Unless you mean to say that punching someone 300 metres away and creating a mach cone requires as much energy as a kiloton nuke .

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They die lol.

Character that survive nukes don't feel hits from Cap and Starlord.

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@wakeupsid: but Superman or doomsday never really hurted each other. So your point is moot.

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@money_brings_happiness: Thor’s lightning has literally never done anything but burn Malekith face heat wise it done absolutely jack shit to ironman’s armor. Blunt force is not Thor’s strong suit a 200ton boulder had him bloodied and dazed badly he dies from the impact force alone. If heavily implied in avengers one that nuke was capable of killing everyone in the battlefield Thor included.

Thanos is severely wounded As well but survives.

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@wakeupsid: but Superman or doomsday never really hurted each other. So your point is moot.

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After this , he got knocked out cold for 2 minutes and 15 seconds

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Both survive with minor injuries. Sokovia and Nidavellir are far above a 400kt nuke.

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They die. Even if the heat or kinetic force doesn't kill them the radiation will.

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@wakeupsid said:
@chimeroid said:
@paulpogba said:
@chimeroid said:
@paulpogba said:

They tank it with ease, the energy that can burn an entire continent >>>> a single nuke in space.

The full force of a star >>> a single nuke in space. Even Sokovia explosion was more powerful than a nuke and Thor took it while he was weakened.

light up =/= burn.

It's a continental energy radiation.

Nope, Tony said enough energy to light up a continent, which might just mean "provide power" to the continent, not necessarily destroy anything.

Energy is the same . It doesn't matter whether it is to power up something or destroy , the excitation transferred to the molecules remains the same .

Yup this. It was a continental level energy, i mean both Thanos and Thor could arguably no sell a Nuke.

If we are refering to this Nuke, it's actually only 15% of a nuke since in space there's no blast and heat.

Energy to consumed by Australia as electricity for a year: 229.40 billion kWh. Conversion to joules: 8.2584 * 10^17 Joules. Conversion to tons of TNT: one ton of TNT is 4.184*10^9 Joules, so the energy to power Australia for a year is 197.38 tons of TNT. To put that in perspective, the yield of the nuclear device dropped on Hiroshima is 13 to 18 kilotons, or 65.86 times to 91.19 times larger than the energy to power Australia for a year.

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#50  Edited By Eredin12  Online

it will do almost nothing to Thanos and Thor will be hurt but fine

Sokovia is much more powerful than that Nuke and it only knocked out weakend Thor, also Sokavia has more heat than this as well, it vaporized large amount of 3 kilometer big landmasses and city, the nuke is not doing that, that amount of energy will obviously have more heat than 400 KT nuke, also explosion that strong would also produce radiation and IG has radiation and energy to light up continents, they will be fine