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The Metabarons - Aghora in the bullshit zone

Published by TTGL in the blog TTGL's blog. Views: 79


Aghora goes to the edge of the Universe, to where the gateway between universes allows the pachydermic jellyfish to invade. The impressive thing about this?
Basically, at the edge of the universe there's a zone that so dense that even the smallest atom. The pachydermic jellyfish can survive here (and Aghora destroys at least one, blasting her way through it) and Aghora herself may have survived here too, so we'll just use the number of atoms in the human body. There are 7 X 10^27 atoms in the human body, and the gravitational binding energy (AKA the absolute minimum amount of energy required to destroy a celestial body) of the Earth is around 2 X 10^32 Joules joules.

E = (7 X 10^27) X (2 X 10^32)
= 1.4e60/10^44

Final Results
Pachydermic jellyfish durability = 14 PETAFOE
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