Calc. Not done by me. I found this from another Website(Reddit)
In his fight against Cronos, Kratos caught Cronos' hand when he tried to crush him with a clap. Based in a scene where Kratos stands next to Cronos' fingers, comparing its width with Kratos' height (which seems to be over 5 times bigger than Kratos) and then comparing it with a human finger's width (I measured mine to be 2cm), I found that Cronos is at least 450 times bigger than a human, which would make Cronos over 810m tall, a human of this size would weight 7 million metric tons. A hand represents around 1% of a human's body mass, meaning that Cronos' hand weights 72,900 tons. Cronos pulled his hand from very behind him to his extended left hand almost instantly, covering that much distance considering how big is Cronos means that his hand traveled hundreds of meters in less than a second. Cronos' arm seemingly crossed half circumference in less than a second and should be 450 times larger than a human arm (around .8m), which would be 360m. I can get a result using two ways.
By reverting the formula 1/2at^2 =s, to get the acceleration is 2s/t^2 =a, which results in a=2261.94 m/s^2, which multiplied by the mass results in Cronos' clap having a force of 164,895,426,000 Newtons.
There’s also the impact force formula, 2*m(mass)*v(speed)/t(contact time). To get the speed I’ll measure the half circle his hand traveled: 2π(360)*(180/360)=1130.97 m. Also, I’ll assume the contact time being 0.1 seconds. So: 2*72,900,000*1130.97/0.1 =1,648,954,260,000 Newtons
Post by The MothaF*ckin Mailman on Sept 16, 2019 1:36:00 GMT
This calc is wrong to begin with considering cronos is only 487 meters tall, not to mention he would scale to atlas who was holding up the Greek world (calced at Multi-continental) which would make this irrelevant.
Also there is a couple more things lacking, such as where he got the weight from (in a calc everything needs a source/explanation except for the basic formulas). Same for the hand mass which is once again without basis. As a matter of fact the body mass percentage that the hand makes up is lower than 1% (0.5-0.65% on average dependent on gender). As such the calc in itself is invalid due to using incorrect data and unsupported assumptions. Not to mention visual estimating of size is such shoddy work, it shouldn't be placed in a calc.