Where did she learn Kaioken?
LOL, it does look like that, doesn’t it! Super Fairy Kaioken… times 4!
Don’t think of fairies as small and dainty, that would be a mistake.
Can we think of them as small and dense as neutronium? Because they’d have to be very tough for their size to pack a wallop like that and live through the experience themselves.
Awww, sweet greeting, although I’d have liked to see the mama ogre drop to the floor first.
Small and dense, sure. She’s a flying thylacine.
Neutronium? Without that confining load of the neutron star, a free chunk of neutronium couldn’t exist. The neutrons would immediately become “unpacked” and it would very much like the energy released in total conversion. (37mt per kg of matter so converted to energy and a LOT of mass involved).
If some technological way were discovered for small bits of neutronium to exist, you still have the problem of even small pieces of neutronium having their own gravity. At 3 x ten to the 26th power kilograms per cubic meter, compared with 11350 for lead, even a baseball (210ml) of it would weigh 6.3 x ten to the 22nd power kilograms.
Forget the lead part. I was going to compare neutronium to a volume of lead, didn’t and forgot to take it out of the sentence. Suffice a literal mountain of lead wouldn’t be a straight equivalent, mass-wise.
Speaking of neutronium, given how so many sci-fi writers have latched onto it, without really understanding it, why haven’t they latched onto the similar but denser-yet quark stars, with their “quark soup” matter?
Because “Neutronium” sounds wild and exotic, while “Quark Soup” sounds like something you’d order while on Deep space 9.
@Don: Mmm… Quark Soup.
Of course it couldn’t, but then fairies don’t exist either. (Sorry, Tink, I mean in what we call the “real world”. ) That’s what magic (or, as they say in the sci-fi trade at times, “black-boxing”) is for. Assume certain starting conditions without trying to explain them and the rest will follow.
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Awwwwwww so cute! He loves her and she obviously loves him.
awww careful gnome you may crush her by mistake
Not if she can take out a mama troll, he won’t. Small and dense as neutronium, remember.
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