Funny Valentine Trust me, I was completely shocked too, I thought he would cap out at Large Building-Level. But then again, his entire body head to toe becomes an electric circuit, and there are a LOT of electrons in there, and on top of that the current generated is of 60000 volts.
EDIT: Actually, just in case I derped, and knowing me, that's quite possible, I'll have Famished Globe check the math for me.
HungryWorld Hit me with it, I know something has to be wrong.
Eva01 Hhm ok i'm reading it and i think i found one thing very worthy of mentioning. In conducting electricity only the outer valence electrons should participate due to the inner shell electrons being way more stable. Which means for each seperate atom you don't take all electrons but at best the electrons in their respective outer cell. But most importantly not all atoms in the human body participate in the conducting (though being in valent bonding and just not being part of the muscle/nerve cells that participate as stated), which is what is assumed in this calc.
The correct way to do it though would be through the electrical charge of nerve and muscle cells, multiplied by their amount.
So overall you need to do another approach, this approach is completely wrong.
HungryWorld Thank you, I mean it, that's what has been bugging me, what the writer suggests and what is found in our reality completely contradict each other. I thought maybe because of Baoh's unique physiology it could work, but, the fact that he's mostly human puts a nail in the coffin. Thank you so much.
Eva01 Yeah this isn't really calculable as from my knowledge, or at least you'd need different data like the number of cells of each type in his body and the average charge on them. Any other way i can think of at the moment is uncalculable, since the data required isn't able to be found. To be honest there's people who can generate electricity out of themselves and humans passively generate small electrical currents, but to those extents requires different cell compositions generally with more iron. Like this guy here which i forgot how it works but can store electricity:
And yup that's Stan Lee in the video. Possibly is a english video of that on the discovery website, free to watch.
HungryWorld Pretty much, yeah, in truth, this can't be calculated by going off regular human body composition considering that Baoh is a mutant with very unique physiology. But, what can I say, it's the only thing in the series from which we could find out Baoh's DC, and I don't want to give up on it. I guess that's the only way I could justify attempting to calculate this.
Dream: Looks like California and New York are now enforcing all non-essential workers to stay home, except for necessary needs and all public gatherings are banned, at least in New York. New York's are in effect Sunday.
Mar 20, 2020 16:16:17 GMT
Dream: Far as essential workers go, the following are in the category to my knowledge: retail, pharmacies, warehouses, food suppliers, medical offices, transport, emergency personnel, banks, media. May be some differences in what is considered essential...
Mar 20, 2020 17:27:04 GMT
Dream: ...dependent on state or localities. But basically, anything that is a major need for everyday living is considered essential.
Mar 20, 2020 17:28:01 GMT
Dream: Looks like a remake of Higurashi no Naku Koro ni will be airing in July. The original seiyuu from the 2000s series will reprise their roles for the remake and judging from the animation, looks like it will have more polish to it compared...
Mar 21, 2020 21:51:24 GMT
Dream: ...to the 2000s series.
Mar 21, 2020 21:51:30 GMT
Taka: That's interesting to hear. Didn't know it was going to get a remake.
Mar 22, 2020 0:33:35 GMT
Dream: Guess I'm gonna focus on wrapping up Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken whenever it comes out today. Been one of my favorites for the season.
Mar 22, 2020 16:44:54 GMT
Taka: I need to catch up or drop/put on hold whatever series I tried.
Mar 22, 2020 21:25:15 GMT
Taka: 1 confirmed death in my hometown next to 19 confirmed cases. I heard the police are fining folks for not practicing social distancing on Facebook.
Mar 24, 2020 2:31:40 GMT
Dream: At least in New York right now, they're not enforcing it. But non-essential employers who aren't abiding by shutting down at this point will be fined and shut down at this point.
Mar 24, 2020 13:38:28 GMT
Master Menos: Had some serious personal trouble go on, but now I'm through it. On-Topic, where I'm in, everything but the stores (and possibly the restaurants) are closed down.
Mar 27, 2020 17:48:40 GMT
Taka: They closed off beaches and parks along bike paths as well as extending K-12 school closure to mid May while colleges are cancelled for the semester.
Mar 29, 2020 0:47:15 GMT
CosmicNoirTear: Everything closed on my part. I live by a bunch of shopping centers. All of the are ghost towns. Hopefully means most people where I live are taking this seriously. Also got laid off from my job two weeks ago.
Mar 29, 2020 2:46:08 GMT
Dream: My county has 6 confirmed cases. Restaurants and bars have been on take-out or delivery only for about a couple weeks now since New York's the hardest hit state. Hasn't been too different for me any who since I've been out of work and tight on money...
Mar 29, 2020 15:11:51 GMT
Dream: ...to do anything outside of getting essentials and job hunting in recent months. Though with the state pretty much on lockdown, likely gonna have a rough time finding any employer to work with in-person for a while.
Mar 29, 2020 15:13:27 GMT
El_Directo: Stay safe guys
Mar 29, 2020 20:08:55 GMT
Taka: I think the only thing not closed for mass gathering other than essential services would be funerals in my area. The mayor and staff have been pretty busy in clarifying things in press releases. Edit: my mistake. Funerals are closed.
Mar 29, 2020 21:52:25 GMT
Dream: Gonna try whipping up a review for Dorohedoro at some point tomorrow. Find that I have quite a bit to cover with the series.
Mar 30, 2020 3:39:57 GMT