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I ran out of good names
05-29-2015, 01:14 PM
I believe this feat needs no introduction. A moon sized meteor (which makes it a planetoid I think?) crashes into a sea on the Toriko planet and it does basically nothing to it.

http://bato.to/read/_/323359/toriko_ch325_by_hi-wa-mata-noboru/2

I'll be calc'ing the KE the planetoid had when it crashed into the sea.


Getting the mass for the calculation is the easy part since we can just apply the mass of the moon to it: 7.347 *10^22 kg

Now for the speed. Applying ablation speed to it is accurate seeing as how it was on fire when we saw it, but that'd be a ridiculous low end. Instead, I'll determine the speed meteors will have when they enter the Toriko planet's atmosphere:

Toriko planet circumference: 348350 km (http://www.millenniumforums.com/showthread.php?26939-What-is-the-actual-size-of-the-Toriko-Planet&p=757160&viewfull=1#post757160)

Introduce that here (http://www.rkm.com.au/CALCULATORS/CALCULATOR-circle-sphere.html) and you will get the required radius and diameter.

We enter the diameter here: http://www.stardestroyer.net/Resources/Calculators/PlanetaryParameter.html to get the mass of the planet: 4.517E+26 kg

Using the formula here:
http://mathscinotes.com/2011/07/speed-of-a-meteor/
https://mathscinotes.files.wordpress.com/2011/07/asteroid.png

Meteor speed = sqrt((2*6.673*10^-11*4.517E+26)/(55441.624426061746*1000)) m/s
Meteor speed = 32974.8 m/s (https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=sqrt%28%282*6.673*10%5E-11*4.517E%2B26%29%2F%2855441.624426061746*1000%29% 29)

http://www.amsmeteors.org/fireballs/faqf/#12


and bodies of over 100,000 tons or so will cut through the atmosphere as if it were not even there. Luckily, such events are extraordinarily rare.

What this means basically is that the planetoid's loss in speed was completely negligible.

Now for the KE calc:
http://www.csgnetwork.com/kineticenergycalc.html

We get 3.9943340676194402e+31 joules
Which we convert here (http://www.unitconversion.org/energy/joules-to-tons-explosives-conversion.html) to 9.546687542e+21 tons.

Aka (http://www.easysurf.cc/scintd.htm) 39,943,340,676,194,408,496,464,256,504,424 tons = 39,943,340 Yottatons = 39 tenatons

http://outskirtsbattledomewiki.com/index.php/wiki-rules/13-general-obd-terms/160-comprehensive-energy-scale

GBE of the sun is 164 tenatons

:geg

Small star level+? Holy fucking shit



Ugh, I knew I fucked something up here.


When I moved on to convert the e number to one we can read, I accidentaly inserted the joule one, and not the one for the tons.

Actual result is 9,546,687,542,000,002,024,464 tons = 9 zettatons

Small Planet level

dat ninja edit doe


Toriko you still pretty crazy

Final Tally: 39 tenatons 9 zetattons

Small Star level+ water. Sounds legit.

Pimp of Pimps
05-29-2015, 01:24 PM
Damn, that's crazy. Can't say I'm surprised though, this is Toriko after all.

Kane
05-29-2015, 03:20 PM
Who does this apply to?

I ran out of good names
05-29-2015, 03:23 PM
Probably nobody.

Though that might change depending on what happens later on in the arc.

Kane
05-29-2015, 03:27 PM
Wait a second, how can it be small star level if the Toriko planet is only times the size of Jupiter?

I ran out of good names
05-29-2015, 03:58 PM
Wait a second, how can it be small star level if the Toriko planet is only times the size of Jupiter?
That's the KE of a moon sized object moving at the speed I got.

As for why the planet didn't get busted, well, the area in which it fell is kinda like the Bermuda Triangle and has some special proprierty that makes shit dissapear in it.

WILD and co will probably be able to explain it better.

You guys can determine if this result is an outlier or not.

V
05-29-2015, 03:59 PM
Yea this series is absolutely insane

W
05-29-2015, 04:09 PM
So there's water that can solo the HST and the majority of Dragonball...Nice.

Y
05-29-2015, 04:29 PM
:lmao

Got to love that verse.

Dayum
05-29-2015, 04:39 PM
That's the KE of a moon sized object moving at the speed I got.

As for why the planet didn't get busted, well, the area in which it fell is kinda like the Bermuda Triangle and has some special proprierty that makes shit dissapear in it.

WILD and co will probably be able to explain it better.

You guys can determine if this result is an outlier or not.

Why would it be an outlier?

The sea more than likely isn't normal water. Go down far enough it's probably a portal/rift to the food spirit world. Remember Komatsu is the only one who can go where they really need to go since he technically died and Midora said strength doesn't matter in area 6.

Kane
05-29-2015, 04:42 PM
Is this really reliable when we assume the speed of the meteor?

WILD
05-29-2015, 05:00 PM
Before I speak on the feat, did anyone else think about Naruto The Last while reading this? They should have just changed it's trajectory towards Area 6 and let the ocean swallow it like a "snack" :lmao Also as Dayum stated this area has already been revealed to be a "World of Food Spirits". There must be some sort of portal/nexus that is the medium for whatever dimension these Spirits reside in to connect and interact with the dimension the group is currently traveling in. This does mean that any attacks of this caliber would mean literally nothing in the face of this Ocean, the Black Triangle where the Void devours everything :rex

Kane
05-29-2015, 05:09 PM
Before I speak on the feat, did anyone else think about Naruto The Last while reading this? They should have just changed it's trajectory towards Area 6 and let the ocean swallow it like a "snack" :lmao Also as Dayum stated this area has already been revealed to be a "World of Food Spirits". There must be some sort of portal/nexus that is the medium for whatever dimension these Spirits reside in to connect and interact with the dimension the group is currently traveling in. This does mean that any attacks of this caliber would mean literally nothing in the face of this Ocean, the Black Triangle where the Void devours everything :rex

No wonder the ocean is saline :rex

I ran out of good names
05-29-2015, 05:16 PM
Is this really reliable when we assume the speed of the meteor?
I didn't assume it though.

I used a formula for it :distracted

I ran out of good names
05-29-2015, 05:32 PM
Ugh, I knew I fucked something up here.

When I moved on to convert the e number to one we can read, I accidentaly inserted the joule one, and not the one for the tons.

Actual result is 9,546,687,541,999,998,976,312,096 tons = 9 yotattons

Large Planet level

WILD
05-29-2015, 05:36 PM
That's still a very impressive result, not to mention that the overall Area of the Ocean must be far more then the Moon itself in order for it to sink down the way it did. This is merely a representation of its minimal effectiveness at essentially "absorbing" attacks, it's overall potential in doing so would most likely be vastly superior then this feat alone has produced.

I ran out of good names
05-29-2015, 05:44 PM
Ugh ffs, there's been another error, though this one can be partly blaimed on how inept google is:
http://i.imgur.com/KFwfKqD.png
The thing completely ignored the dot i put to separate the zecimal numbers:geg

This means that the feat is a whole magnitude lower.
So only 9 zettatons - small planet level.

Worthless indeed :catcry (though it at least makes sense now)

WILD
05-29-2015, 06:15 PM
:lmao is there anything else that could distort the results? Inb4 it's only slightly above Moon Level :mc

I ran out of good names
05-29-2015, 06:17 PM
Nah I'm pretty sure that its correct now :catcry

Pimp of Pimps
05-30-2015, 08:50 PM
I'm wondering if Toriko's moon is the same size s our own?

Huo Yuhao
05-30-2015, 09:01 PM
So, a small star level to small planet level, k.

Almost gave me a heart attack:whew

WILD
05-30-2015, 09:09 PM
I'm wondering if Toriko's moon is the same size s our own?
Knowing Shima we may actually get the answer to this at some point.

Ichiryuu
05-30-2015, 09:53 PM
I'm guessing that meteorite was the size of our real worlds moon, I have no clue how big the current actual moon for The Toriko world is though.

Aegon Targaryen
09-17-2015, 06:55 PM
A. We have no clue to actual size of the Planet
B. The panel clearly states " It is said that..." implying it is a fable/myth/legend meaning it's clearly unconfirmed.
C. It's a character statement. Like saying Yamamoto is a s hot as the sun, or 5 Million degrees.

Y
09-17-2015, 06:59 PM
A. We have no clue to actual size of the Planet
B. The panel clearly states " It is said that..." implying it is a fable/myth/legend meaning it's clearly unconfirmed.
C. It's a character statement. Like saying Yamamoto is a s hot as the sun, or 5 Million degrees.

1. We have a damn good idea lol.
2. and we got in-verse confirmation that this very, very likely was MOON
3. So?

Pimp of Pimps
09-17-2015, 07:04 PM
There's no such thing a hyperbole in Toriko lol.

Aegon Targaryen
09-17-2015, 07:07 PM
1. We have a damn good idea lol.
2. and we got in-verse confirmation that this very, very likely was MOON
3. So?

A. Scans with things that we can scale to?
B. An Eight King is an Asteroid Whale? :lmao gtfo

I ran out of good names
09-17-2015, 07:15 PM
Holy mother of necro.

This is the wrong thread to bring up this issue btw.

http://www.millenniumforums.com/showthread.php?26939-What-is-the-actual-size-of-the-Toriko-Planet

That would be the correct one.

Ichiryuu
09-17-2015, 07:19 PM
The whole world believes that yamamoto is as hot as the sun and you still don't believe it? lawl. Character statements in Toriko don't get or barely get contradicted as well unlike some other series I've seen. We were given sizes for the Toriko planet as well.

Even if you don't agree with what the current planet stands at, at the minimum The Toriko planet is 220,000KM in circumference.