Lol at Pacific Rim Kaiju being stronger than Godzilla. Interesting fact, the biggest Kaiju in Pacific Rim weighed 12,000 tons. Godzilla weighs 90,000. Based on feats, Godzilla can handle pushing 1.3 trillion pounds, I say this because he swam around in the mantle for some million years, and pressure in the mantle can get 1 million times stronger than surface pressure. I’m pretty Carol is gonna get overpowered here, her only advantage is speed, and intelligence. I’d say that Godzilla should be able to outlast Carol, because he fought things designed to kill him, and traveled the world throughout 2 days, right after taking a fat 50 year nap. So Godzilla should win 8/10.
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Well he was clearly struggling with destroying it, because his face looked all scrunched and tense while trying to destroy the moon. If you can somehow get the size for that moon, and prove it to be at least 1/5 the size of the moon, I’ll believe you, and concede. I’d like to see that happen, because without the numbers for the moon, it’s extremely hard to quantify how strong that shit with the powerstone was. And destroying shit from the outside is way different from destroying something from the inside, but that’s obvious.
That’s the face of struggle buddy. The problem with this feat(as I’ve already fucking stated)is that it’s so damn hard to quantify, there are practically no numbers for that moon, and moons can be very, very small. You see Tony dodge multiple Meteors and dodge some he didn’t even know where coming until a second beforehand.
I never said there wasn’t any bullet timers in the MCU. Don’t put fucking words in my mouth, that’s what people start to do when they lose. Black Panthers reaction speeds are definitely better than Tonys, we haven’t seen Tony do shit for a bullet time feat yet, so that statement goes out the window. You have yet to prove why you think the moon shown isn’t small, because as I’ve said, a majority of people believe that the moon shown is very small.
When was the stone ever shown to be able to be used on things from the inside out? It never happened once. It’s always been either crushing from the outside, or like the moon feat, slowly destroying from the surface, even the shit with Peter Quill was affecting the outside of him and not the inside, so by all those feats I have reason to believe it only applies to the outside of a body or surface, unless you’ve got feats to prove otherwise? Godzilla tanked something that completely annihilated the surface of our planet, taking millions and millions of years for life to start coming back to what it once was. At most, the moon shown is half the size of our moon. Our moon is about a quarter the size of our planet, and it weighs 80x less, imagine how much smaller the moon on Titan would be? I’m still willing to bet that the Permian Extinction Meteor was the more powerful thing of the two, and Godzilla tanked it.
If Thanos could even potentially destroy a planet to destroy Godzilla, it would kill him in the process, resulting in a draw. Like I said, you can compare how fast those meteors are because of how fast they are in comparison to Tony. Tony was able to react and dodge some of them, Tony cannot react to a bullet, a bullet goes at the very least Mach 1. Therefore, Tony cannot react to reentry, meaning those Meteors were not going at reentry speeds. It makes perfect sense that a celestial would be able to harness and use more power, because in the clip the celestial didn’t even struggle to destroy a planet, Thanos struggled with destroying a very small moon, so until you show me Thanos actually doing anything above the moon than that’s his cap. Anyone wielding the stone could possibly destroy a planet, but it might kill them through the shear strain, but I’m still going with the fact that celestials can just harness more power.
Also, we know how fast WW is because they showed her in normal time deflecting bullets, not just slow mo, almost no one in the MCU has ever done anything of that speed before. So I know that’s 100% not reentry or none of them would’ve been able to react to it.
Thanos never busted a moon, a celestial wielding it did. Thanos struggled to bust a moon much smaller than ours. I can quantify speed by looking because if that was reentry speed then you wouldn’t have even seen the fragments for more than a second. If they were reentry speed that iron man, who definitely can not react to bullets, wouldn’t have been able to dodge any of the fragments, and if it was going reentry speed the fragments hitting the ground would’ve done much, much more damage. You can look at something at judge how fast it’s going based on other things around it. Because that’s all we have, there are hardly any statistics for this feat, all we know is he blew up a moon that is clearly smaller than ours, Most characters in the MCU cannot react to bullets, so therefore they wouldn’t be able to react to reentry speed.
It’s faster than the speed of sound? Really? We have no idea how the atmosphere works there, because anyone can look at that fragment and see it’s not going anywhere near Mach 1. I bring up pulling the moon because he didn’t show the strength to do that, and that’s what people are doing, they’re saying he can just throw the moon on Godzilla, when he couldn’t even throw a smaller moon at the avengers. I do have a way to quantify the moon considering how fast the projectiles were, and the size of the moon from the surface, it’s small, a lot of people share that view.
If you reply again, don’t expect another one for a little while, because my ass has school and I’m going to bed.
Dude, that moon is tiny.
Just take a second to think about this, the projectiles that flew from the moon were not going very fast, as in below speed of sound, and it only took them a few seconds to reach the planet, do you know how long it would take something going below the speed of sound to reach earth if it started at the moon? Way longer than a few seconds. So that means the moon is very close, and when looking at it from the surface, the moon is comparable to our moon(as in when you look at it in the sky). So if the moon is closer, yet appears the same size in the sky as our moon, do you know what that means? It’s smaller, and it’s smaller by a very large margin. I’d have to estimate that the moon is about the size of a fourth of the USA at most. And like I said, Thanos struggled to pull fragments off the moon, he didn’t even pull a whole ass moon(he broke it but it just sat there)there’s no way he could even do anything nearly as powerful as the Permian Extinction Meteor.
Hm, it’s really hard to accurately judge this feat, I’ve been looking around for size calcs and can’t find any, but I’m still positive that the moon he broke was no where near as big as our moon, and that at least 2/5 of that moon was brought down. The only possible way I see Thanos taking this is reality(but the reality warp doesn’t seem to last forever)or BFR vía space stone, which is iffy considering he’s never teleported anything that big, and it might take considerate time to do so. Hopefully we get more knowledge of what the stones can do when the movie comes out in like 3 days, and after that I’m gonna see what the new Godzilla can do in like a month for the new Godzilla movie. but until then imma go with either BFR, or Godzilla puts Thanos down, because I really can’t see anything Thanos has done compare to the Permian Extinction(the snap is different, as it wasn’t so much mass destruction as it was just mass killing).
Except Godzilla’s body can withstand a continental, maybe even planetary level explosion(Permian Extinction Meteor), and Thanos was struggling to break apart a small moon, and he didn’t even end up pulling all of it to the planet.