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    Quote Originally Posted by Dellinger View Post
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    Why didn’t the 47 meter ice age in MF last for decades then ?
    didn't it kinda get destroyed by kizaru and/or akainu
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    OPtards always making deep assumptions



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    Quote Originally Posted by Tokio View Post
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    didn't it kinda get destroyed by kizaru and/or akainu
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    When was the last time there was an OP calc where there wasn't a bunch of assumptions made?



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    that was without taking into account the size of planet

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    Why didn’t the 47 meter ice age in MF last for decades then ?
    I know it's bigger to some extent, but just how much bigger is OP Earth than regular Earth? Don't think it's enough of a difference to make the result of the calc dozens of times higher
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    How much bigger is OP Earth than regular Earth? Don't think it's enough of a difference to make the result of he calc dozens of times higher
    The diameter is apparently 333,000 kilometers...Or maybe it was miles. I forgot.

    Yeah, kilometers.
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    didn't it kinda get destroyed by kizaru and/or akainu
    Yeah. Kizaru's Yasakani no Magatama destroyed quite a bit of the ice at least

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    TIL OP Earth is more than 20 times our own.

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    Most of it comes from the calced size of Alabasta.

    Alabasta was calced at the size of Australia, and there is a panel overlooking Alabasta and there is no island or continent on the page, even taking that panel length as the size of the entire grand line, you get results dozens of times higher than Earth. The non downplayed version, which takes into the account the other islands on the grand line yields massive results.
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    Most of it comes from the calced size of Alabasta.

    Alabasta was calced at the size of Australia, and there is a panel overlooking Alabasta and there is no island or continent on the page, even taking that panel length as the size of the entire grand line, you get results dozens of times higher than Earth. The non downplayed version, which takes into the account the other islands on the grand line yields massive results.
    I'm seeing calcs putting it at above 1 million kilometers easily. Where'd this 333,000 come from?
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    I second R the 47 metre thing I quite nearly literally pulled out of my ass


    Also I hate the Alabasta scaling because authors can make errors and unconsidered calls/drawings (because probably when he sketched and eeked out an idea of Alabasta it wasn't in the likeness of how it would fare in the Meta BD)

    And a low end is the (LOWEST END) that's the point of a low end - if nothing in the calc is challengeable the low end has to be acceptable. If you're not taking the low end of the 1 week to melt 2 metre thick ice you have a hotly contested topic on your hands

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rax View Post
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    When was the last time there was an OP calc where there wasn't a bunch of assumptions made?
    Chinjao calc.

    Which is debunked

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    Fair enough

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    Yeah,sure..
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    alright

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