The Atlantic Ocean was vaporized. You can tell by the fact that: A. An entire country resting at the very bottom of it was revealed. And Atlantis is quite big. B. The sheer volume of the steam. C. The fact that the water level remains like that and does not rise again over Atlantis, if the water vaporized was just enough to reveal the country, then surely the surrounding waters would have filled the gap, but no, they never did.
Anyway, while the Atlantic Ocean is more than just water (minerals, sea life, waste, etc.), I'm just going to calculate this based on the Atlantic Ocean being comprised solely of water for simplicity's sake.
Average temperature of the Atlantic Ocean (Keep in mind that this is the surface temperature, I didn't find the real average temperature with a quick search, and I don't feel like going on a lengthy one.) = 14 °C (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlantic_Ocean)
Change in temperature = 100 - 14 = 86 °C
Energy required to vaporize the Atlantic Ocean (raising temperature to 100 °C + a phase change) = (mass * specific heat * change in temperature) + (mass * latent heat of vaporization) = (310402210000000000000*4184*86)+(310402210000000000000*2264760) = 8.1467667*10^26 Joules = 194.71239722753347223 Petatons of TNT ≈ 195 Petatons of TNT = Continent-Level
Seeing how Zenon and Amon were completely unaffected by the blast, their durability would be Multi Continent-Level.
Dream: Last anime I will be covering is Gankutsuou: Count of Monte Cristo. Will start watching it tomorrow. Not sure how much longer I can keep myself up at this point.
Feb 7, 2020 5:19:21 GMT
Taka: Depending on my energy, I can watched up to 2 AM. Usually with work, I fall asleep on anime series that don't have a lot of action.
Feb 9, 2020 3:24:18 GMT
Master Menos: Finally got out of the fast food job. It was a graceful exit, but to be honest, I'll miss some of those guys. Got a sprained ankle from it since September, so I'll finally focus on healing that back at the family home.
Feb 10, 2020 3:53:27 GMT
HungryWorld: Well if anyone remembers what happened to Pingu in the City, with it being joke 10/10 scored on MAL just to get it into the top 10 anime... well now is Ishuzoku Reviewers' turn. Seems that in response to Funimation's cancel people boosted the score hard.
Feb 11, 2020 2:11:38 GMT
Taka: What? That sounds so weird.
Feb 11, 2020 5:36:23 GMT
Master Menos: It's damn awesome to be honest. It shot to 1st Place!
Feb 11, 2020 6:31:08 GMT
Dream: On the subject of MAL, it looks like the admin are planning to tweak their scoring system for titles to reduce the likelihood of voters artificially inflating the ranking of certain titles.
Feb 13, 2020 22:47:26 GMT
Master Menos: My V-Day present will be belated this year because I "Had some trouble with ol' Johnny." (That's your hint.)
Feb 15, 2020 4:17:13 GMT
Dream: The joys of adulthood. Joking aside, plan to at least attempt to wrap up Gankutsuou sometime early to mid next week so I can get done with my Funi voted titles. Afterward, not doing any more voting for a while considering how long this had been taking.
Feb 15, 2020 16:50:30 GMT
Dream: Done with Gankutsuou. Will be working to get a review up for it by sometime tonight.
Feb 16, 2020 20:57:26 GMT
Taka: Great job, Dream! I should do some reviews, too.
Feb 17, 2020 5:24:39 GMT
Dream: Looks like MAL's currently down due to the site getting hit by a major denial-of-service attack, just as a heads up.
Feb 18, 2020 17:55:23 GMT
Taka: I added 2 polls tonight. Also, I wonder why MAL was down. Crunchyroll also had it, too.
Feb 20, 2020 4:05:24 GMT
Dream: Not sure about Crunchyroll. For MAL, the DoS attacks may have been retaliation by those who dabbled into manipulating the site's scoring system for certain anime titles. The admin on MAL announced they would be overhauling the system to prevent said...
Feb 20, 2020 13:42:15 GMT
Dream: ...manipulation last week.
Feb 20, 2020 13:42:45 GMT