@hulksmashtoaa: If I remember correctly he only moved one galaxy (with help) he didn’t destroy it.
That's not true. But before I explain further, if we were to accept what you just said at face value, being able to move even a small fraction of a galaxy would still mean being able to have enough force to move tens of billions of stars, tens of billions of planets, countless moons, planetoids, black holes, and other celestial bodies. Just projecting that type of telekinesis and focusing it onto a humanoid scale as opposed to millions of light years ... I really shouldn't have to explain this.
Not sure if you're trolling, I mean, good chance you are since this is 6th grade science and you just made a Hulk vs. Odin thread, but I'll bite.
Yes. Everything in the whole universe is mostly comprised of empty space, on both a micro and macro level.
Regardless, a solar system has one star. A galaxy has multiple hundreds of billions of stars. Moving the latter requires more power than the former.
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