@paytience: .... so I’m mad because I called you out for being a dick..... yet you calling me out for being wrong is somehow better? Lol. If stating facts is being butthurt, than you’re far more butthurt than you claim I am.
@paytience: you must be even dumber if you think you weren’t being a douche. I never claimed to be a physics expert. I never claimed to know it all. So excuse me if I don’t have a degree, but let’s be real, you spent more time on your rebuttals to me than the creators of this movie spent thinking up the science to explain what happened in the movie.
@joker567892: it wasn’t stated as far as I know in the movie and it’s not an assumption either. Only things that went through the phantom zone or were exposed to the world engine beam were affected by the singularity. Which is why Lois falls down while all the debris from the affected parts of the city were pulled up and why we see the pull affecting Clark’s face, while Lois is unaffected completely.
I thought you meant that more mass means the faster something falls... that’s all
I also think you’re forgetting the effect of earths gravity on the ship. If the pull of the singularity wasn’t stronger than earths gravitational pull, it wouldn’t lift the ship. Which is why I’m wondering how strong that pull is
Maybe I’m simplifying it too much, but I just look at like a lifting feat for the singularity. It can lift a giant ship, ergo, it must have an exceptionally strong pull.