so i was reading toriko and it caught my eye the fact that knocking master jiro got instakilled by neo even though he lasted for some time against an attack that was able to destroy the toriko earth multiple times over.
multi planetary+ to small star strking strenght for NEO?
@othus Well the thing Acacia did there from the point later onwards (not the one where Jirou's head got rammed off) was undo Jirou's damage knocking which made him take all the damage he'd ever knocked in one hit. That was the damage to destroy the Toriko planet multiple times over. Those attacks unreleased from the damage knocking were taking a bit of time but still ramming Jirou's head off was impressive. It wasn't a single attack but yes i know where you're getting to. I think we can at least assume planet+ to large planet level potency for Acacia's casual attack.
Falbium Surface area of a sphere is A = 4*pi*r². The area of the Toriko planet being 659x earth's makes it 659 * Aearth = 4*pi*(X*Rearth)² X*Rearth = root(659*Aearth/(4*pi)) with Aearth = 4*pi*Rearth² X = root(659*Aearth/(4*pi))/Rearth = root(659) = 25,67
So Toriko planet has a diameter of 25,57x earth's diameter.
That makes the volume of Toriko planet a volume of (25,57)^3 = 16917 times the volume of earth's. So if they could bust our earth that many times over if they could bust the Toriko planet in one hit. Looking it up on the attack potency scale it still falls within the large planet or multi-planet level potency, so it's large planet/multi-planet level.
And I thought Shimabukuro was a consistent writer, then he says that... *facepalm*
So we've got two values for Toriko Planet's diameter and the difference is HUGE.
1- Calculation of the planet's diameter from its circumference, which is 220000 kilometres -> C = pi*d -> 220000/pi = 35014.0874802 km = bigger than Earth's diameter by x5.5
1- Calculation of the planet's diameter from its area, which is 659 times Earth's, 336155900000 km^2 -> A = 4*pi*r^2 -> diameter = 2*(sqrt(A/(4*pi))) = 2*(sqrt(336155900000/(4*pi))) = 327111.213915 kilometres = bigger than Earth's diameter by x25.7
Now, unless Toriko Planet's increased its size from the start of the PAIR Arc to the time that statement about the area was thrown out, which it hasn't, then this is complete BS.
Honestly, I'm a bit disappointed because I held Shima in higher regards than other shonen writers in terms of consistency.
Eva01 You know inconsistency is a thing in about every series... though tbh later chapters have been having more and more inconsistency. The thing of human world covering 30% of the Toriko planet's surface with Eurasia being visible in the world map early in the series in it seems to suggest an even smaller planet iirc. So honestly i think given also some shots later in the series (Setsuno's cooking dome) that a smaller planet than a 659x earth's surface is there.
Falbium Lol yep Eva's right, inconsistency is hard in the planet's size XD
HungryWorld I know, but this is Toriko we're talking about, up to a point, it was almost perfectly consistent, something unheard of in shonen manga in general, especially long-running shonens. I'm not really interested in the series anymore, but that's a shame.
You know what? Let's see how big the diameter is going by the statement that the Human World's area constitutes %30 of the total surface area of the planet.
Calculation of the planet's diameter from its area, which is 3.33333333333 times Earth's, 1700333333.33 km^2 -> A = 4*pi*r^2 -> diameter = 2*(sqrt(A/(4*pi))) = 2*(sqrt(1700333333.33/(4*pi))) = 23264.4129478 kilometres = bigger than Earth's diameter by x1.83
So we've got a diameter difference of x1.83, x5.5, and x25.7.
This indicates one thing: The planet has been growing in size over the course of the series rapidly. But that didn't happen, the Earth was already ripe by the time the story started.
Eva01 Yup so... which damn statement do we go by? Or shall we try to calc the earth's radius from a scan? :s
IMO we go by the more precise statement, which is the circumference one, since 600 times the area or whatever gives us no info on how big the Toriko earth itself was in the past to do a comparison, even though it should be the same size as our earth in the past by an assumption, but an assumption can't beat an actual given number. Edit though, when doing cals, I would say use both numbers as a potential high end, in case we get even further evidence for the 600 times our earth size.
HungryWorld We simply don't, if Shimabukuro doesn't pull something out of his ass real quick to explain the size inconsistency, we'll simply do the following: Whenever someone does a calc in which the planet's size has to be taken into account, they'll do it with the 3 values as low-end (x1.83), mid-end (x5.5), and high-end (x25.7).
And scaling is even more problematic because we'll have to figure out the size off of "something", but the whole damn thing is inconsistent, when scaling, the first thing you have to do is find something of a fixed size that is in perspective. But there is nothing fixed here.
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