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#57 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2014) [-]
The winner or loser of such a fight is highly debateable.
Basicly, while superman is much stronger than Goku, his explosive strength (punches, kicks, etc.) is lackluster. His strongest punch was capable of shattering smaller planets. Now, at the end of DBZ, Goku is at a level where he has been shown to shrug off such blows without so much as flinching. Combine this with the fact that Goku is a genious when it comes to combat strategy and the fact that Goku has a lot more fighting experience than Supes, Goku has a fair chance.
As for speed, Superman can reach levels equal 8 times the speed of light or even more, but this highly depends on acceleration, so his lightspeed punches are out of the equation, as he needs preparation time to speed up sufficiently. As for Goku, his maximum travel speed seems to be around 1.2 times the speed of light, if I remember correctly. HOWEVER, his instant transmition technique is, quite litteraly, instant. Therefore, Goku has a clear speed advantage. As for durability, I would have to go into a long rant about how inconsistent durability is for both of them, but it's safe to assume that Superman at the very least can take a supernova to the face. Goku lies at around the same level.
#109 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/23/2014) [-]
If we're talking about locations, the ideal location for them both to fight would be on the sacred planet of the Kais. First of all, there's no life there, so they wouldn't need to risk harming others. Secondly, the planet has several suns, which would boost Superman's stamina. HOWEVER, since this planet is located in "heaven", goku would essentialy get an extra life since he can fight in his spirit form once his original body dies. If you ask me, that seems a fair tradeoff.
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#115 - anonymous (03/18/2014) [-]
You know Kelvin are just Celsius degrees + 273,15.
So using Kelvin is basically using °C...
#223 - ainise (03/19/2014) [-]
How much hotter is 20°C than 10°C? Some might say 20°C is twice as hot as 10°C, and they'd be wrong. It's closer to 3.5%. When dealing with the affects of heat and atmospheric pressure, there's a reason anyone who doesn't want to add a dozen extra steps uses Kelvin. Because Celsius is an arbitrary scale. 295K vs 300K or 21 vs 26. Percentage wise, °C is just confusing as hell. The excuse "But the numbers are too large" just sounds awful and lazy.
K isn't °C, it's vastly superior. The only reason behind not using it, is the large numbers. Feet and Yards make sense, for ease of measuring. °C is just a watered down version of K that helps you remember at what temperature Water freezes and boils.
PS: No one cares about Rankine. It's wrong, We all know it's wrong and nobody cares because nobody uses the bloody scale.
#58 - huchkizz (03/18/2014) [-]
Fahrenheit may be based on medicine, but I don't think that that's a good enough reason to keep using it.
Kelvin would be a weird measure, as it would be extremely high numbers
"Today it's 300 degrees" et cetera.
I can't stress how annoying it is when I'm watching some American TV-show they say Yards, Feet and so on, as I have no point of reference to these measurement .
Everything would be so much easier if everyone could just agree on an universal SI-unit, instead of all these misconceptions and inconveniences.
#210 - jacksipian (03/19/2014) [-]
I feel the same way with the metric system, i have no idea how tall 160 damn centimeters are so when you guys talk about height i get screwed up and with measurements i get lost because i dont have a frame of reference for it either, it's easier for me to see and understand the empirical system and it's easier for you to see the metric system because that's what you grew up with and that's the normal thing people around you use. It's just like how you think things you aren't used to are weird, BECAUSE you aren't used to them.
#100 - ainise (03/18/2014) [-]
Kelvin aren't degrees. It's a temperature. It's 300 Kelvin. It's only weird because it's alien to you. To explain, Degrees indicates an arbitrary measurement. IE: The temperature that water boils & freezes at 0p. Kelvin numbers are absolute, not arbitrary( at least not AS arbitrary). Absolute zero is, as far as scientists understand, the lowest temperature anything could be. The point at which there is no more movement in atoms. It has no limits, it has no basis, outside of the point at which all movement ceases and it has no variables(IE: Pressure in Fahrenheit and Celsius).
As for your argument that it would be extremely high numbers, you could say that same argument against Farenheit. 75 is a massive number to someone who's used to Celsius. Bring up another arbitrary scale where the hottest day ever recorded would be rated as a 10, and they'd flip shit reading 75, or even 20.
As someone below stated, A foot is about the size of a foot, a yard is about a stride, an inch is about the size of a didget and a mile was originally a term for a thousand paces by the Romans. We use a more exact system now, but the international mile is 1760 yards. In science, obviously, the more exact units of measurement are much more useful. In everyday usage, it's much easier to find a yard or a foot without a tool than a meter. It's much simpler(albeit time consuming) to estimate the length of a mile on foot than a kilometer.
They all have purposes, it isn't just pigheadedness that's keeping the world from using one uniformed system of any kind, although groups of people's stubbornness is always an issue.
#48 - ilovehitler (03/18/2014) [-]
More explanation on the MMDDYY here.
It's not actually just to do with the way we speak, at least not at first. And even anymore, it still has other reasons.
It goes in order of how important time is, with farming in mind. You need to know the month more than anything else, as it has the most influence on the weather. The day, it'll change a little bit but it's not as important. The year is hardly important at all, as it's a pattern which stays the same from year to year.
As for measurement, it's based largely off of the human body, and thus was far easier than metric. The foot was based on the approximate size of a, well, foot. Probably the foot of the king before it got standardized, I'd guess. A yard is about the length of a single stride. An inch most likely was correlated with the measurement of a toe or thumb, if I were to guess. I've no idea on the mile, though. However, if you were to try and measure something without a ruler with metric, it'd be a good bit less inaccurate to the true value as metric is based on units of 10.
Metric is far better for anything scientifically based, however I find that the Imperial System is better for day to day living.
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#123 - anonymous (03/18/2014) [-]
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