About the snaps meaning "horseshit", keep in mind that they produced enough energy for the Avengers to detect them across space when Thanos snapped the second time.
I'm aware of that, but that doesn't say anything about its sheer destructiveness, which is why it's horseshit to me. More like a stupid reasoning to come with that conclusion, I think the statement itself is fine.
Well... you just provided the evidence for me. Thor can tank the force of a white dwarf star, and Superman doesn't have feats to put him above that in terms of durability but sure... (and in case you really don't think that Thor's star feat puts him above Superman in terms of durability, here's a calculation of the force he took: https://forums.spacebattles.com/threads/mcu-thors-star-feat-calculation.706657/)
That's Aquatic Pianist, he actually has an account here. I don't see why didn't you post his CV post instead. His last calculation put Thor as a 44 billion tonner if I recall correctly.
So we're talking about the star beam itself? It all depends on how the dyson sphere works, and its limit. Whether it's a star, power stone, nuclear fusion, or any other random energy source at its core, it doesn't really matter. It's about how they're used, and channeled. About it being a stated to be full force of a star, specifically... It's pretty clear that the star didn't run out of energy or actually disappear once its used, since it's implied that it has been used multiple times, so this one is a clear hyperbole to me. This is not really different than taking Superman's heat vision, or Star Fire's full powered energy blast. It's not even quantifiable to begin with since we have nothing to scale from, so I don't believe this calculation, since it involves a LOT of assumptions. I don't even want to argue about its weird, unexplained behaviors that do not resemble a neutron star whatsoever. I mean, if the production team is so lazy that they didn't bother to replicate the way neutron star actually behaves, I don't see why should we assume that it has the same quality as an actual neutron star.
This could also just be massive outliers. Do you actually feel that he was star level when you watch his fight scenes? Most of the times, he looks like a glorified street leveler with a very powerful weapon. It's a similar to street levelers dodging lightning bolts for example, they're usually clear outliers because we never got the same portrayal of speed in a normal condition.
IDK why you are so salty. You haven't even explained how Superman could tank the snaps.
Like I said, the damage output done to the user is unquantifiable apart from scaling it to Thanos or Hulk himself who are not that impressive. Superman should be able to take it, because he has better durability feats than both of them, particularly energy durability feats. Sorry for sounding salty anyway.
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