Neil deGrasse Tyson Looks To The Stars – Of Comic Books, That Is, In Day-Long Tweetstorm
It’s stated that Sir Isaac Newton used his time at house in the course of the 1655 pandemic to find gravity and invent calculus. Fellow scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson took a unique path at this time along with his COVID-19 downtown – he examined the improbabilities of Marvel and DC superheroes.
At the moment’s tweetstorm from deGrasse coated Superman, Thor, and the Hulk, amongst others. They’re no strangers to the TV host and astrophysicist. In actual fact, Superman as soon as visited him in his function as the top of the Hayden Planetarium.
Right here’s a sampling of what was explored:
In 1991 Marvel launched a Thor’s Hammer buying and selling card declaring Mjölnir to be fabricated from the Asgardian steel Uru, weighing 42.three lbs — however they didn’t specify the place within the universe. That weight on the Mars moon Deimos, for instance, corresponds to 140,000 kilos on Earth. pic.twitter.com/v984LzCJYr— Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) April 2, 2020
As a scientist, I lean Avengers universe, if solely as a result of a lot of their superheroes began as scientists, or derive their powers from authentically fictional (reasonably than fantastically magical) science ideas. pic.twitter.com/eSdGhmU9Pq— Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) April 2, 2020
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Do not imply to brag, however Superman as soon as visited my workplace on the Hayden Planetarium in Metropolis. After I met him, he was very good to me and my workers.(Motion Comics, Vol 2. No.14) pic.twitter.com/dNDnZua6mH— Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) April 2, 2020
If Bruce Banner retains his authentic mass when he expands to grow to be the Hulk, then his physique should grow to be much less dense. If that’s the case, then in his Hulked state, he’d have the density of a champagne cork. I’m simply sayin’. pic.twitter.com/XOielzut72— Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) April 2, 2020