@Supreme Marvel said:
@Sonata: And what about the training with hundreds of times gravity before they went SSJ. Or when they lifting giants, or when pushed a big rock IN the ground, as kid.... I am not saying they could play bowling with suns, but who know the dbz well and take seriously the 10ton is ridiculous.
I see Dragon Ball as more of a fantasy. He used his Nyoi-bō to go into space, all the way to the moon. Survived the vacuum and freezing temperatures of space. So I don't take DB seriously.
Of course, the comics and mangas are fantasy, they live with monsters and fly and such. I didn't mean "seriously" as a document film. I mean the 10ton is very few to earlier showings. When I was around 16yo it seemed obvious to me, and here adult ppl who analising shows, feats, debating and know the dbz well, still believe that wasn't just a joke scene.
@mypasswordis1234: Do you know how much those weights were? or how much the giant was? or how much the rock was? Heck how much does the Z-Sword weigh? Just because objects are big does necessarily mean they are extremely heavy. Also the 10 ton bit I believe is 40 tons on each limb.
Oh boy. Just because it's a fiction does not necessary change the whole physics. The rock is rock, the metal is metal(btw 2m3 from the hardest metal in that universe, goku easily thrown with one hand), the is brick is brick, the meat, bones, are meat and bones. We can estimate with that. You know what is easy even if it's big? THIS