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If Saitama hadn't hit the moon, he would have died.

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If Saitama hadn't hit the moon, he would have died.
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He landed, so he didn't
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>>133547760
No. He would just float on space until he landed on other space object.
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>>133547760
He could've just took off one of his boots and throw it to get back to earth.
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Kick dark matter and fly back to earth.
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>>133547760
Saitama can jump off of space itself since it's never truly empty.
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>>133547760

Yea probably.

He would've just drifter off forever if he didn't hit anything. I know for a fact he would've been lost.

Atleast we'd get Space Adventures Saitama.
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>>133547760
If Saitama hadn't hit the moon, he would land on Namek.
DAMMIT ONE!!
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>>133547916
That could take years, even at light speed
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There is a huge wall of dark matter just outside our solar system that he could have pushed himself away from.
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>>133548277
>can destroy the universe before he could even hurt himself
Okay.
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Can Saitama throw his fist so hard in space that he goes flying in that direction?
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>>133548292
>There is a huge wall of dark matter just outside our solar system
Huh?
Are you talking about the Kuiper Belt? Perhaps about the Oort Cloud?
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>>133547760
>put hands under his feet
>push
>fly back to Earth
Problem solved.
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>>133547760
he have air in his lung , he going to blow hard and get the impul
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>>133547936
This is the right answer.
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>>133548392
Dark matter, the thingamajig that fills the 99.999% of empty space of each atoms.
Do you even >>>/sci/ ?
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>>133548533
I wouldn't recommend anyone go to that singularity of autism.
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>>133547760
This is clearly a thread to find out who can make the most ridiculous suggestions for how Saitama could bring himself back to earth.

He CLEARLY could have punched himself back to earth. CLEARLY.
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>>133548533
I know what dark matter is, but you made it sound as something that existed outside the solar system, which is why I thought you were talking about something else.
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>>133548575
especially not when the person recommending it is so clearly trolling.
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>>133548623
>I know what dark matter is
Then you are the only human being in existence that does.
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>>133548715
I obviously meant that I'm not oblivious to its existence/concept.
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>>133548715
He meant is definitionally, not constitutionally.
Dark matter is the theoretical term for the thing which stands in the relation anticipated by the theory that suggests its existence.

We don't know that that thing is, but when we find it, we'll call it dark matter. Or, at least, we'll call it dark matter so long as it actually does stand in the relation predicted by the theory.
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>>133547760
so is he an alien?
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All saitama had to do was take off his gloves and boots and SERIOUS SERIES: SERIOUS THROW them in the opposite direction.

Some far-off planet would be destroyed by his hurtling apparel, but he'd be back on earth.
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>>133547760
>>Implying he can't punch his way back to earth

Even if he can't, he considered being punched to space CLOSE to a real fight. You really think he can't find a way to land back on earth?
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When I read that chapter, the first time it looked to me like Saitama blew his way back to Earth, he didn't kick off the moon with his feet. The anime might clarify this, but it's pretty obvious even if he was flying through space, he'd be able to blow his way back to Earth just the same.
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>>133551361
>blew his way back to Earth
There's a joke in there somewhere.
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>>133547760
A series of Serious Kicks would be enough force to propel him back.

As >>133548045 said, space, especially this close to the Earth, Moon, and even Sun, isn't a true vacuum.
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>>133547936
no he couldn't that is not how physics works, the throw would not move him backwards no matter how hard he threw it.
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>daytime
>lands on moon
wut
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>>133547760
Knowing it's Saitama he could've fart propelled himself back to Earth.

If Saitama really needs to breathe all an enemy would have to do is poison the air and he'd instantly die. What a shit weakness.
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>>133551361
Honestly, I thought Saitama would displace the moon.
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When y'all gonna realize Saitama is the Superman of his own universe.
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>>133552363
That is how physics works. Look up anything concerning momentum: even if he throws something very light, if he throws it fast enough then the momentum of the thing he threw is greater in magnitude than his current momentum, and to conserve momentum he would start going the other way.
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>>133552363

It's possible. Conservation of momentum would allow him to propel himself backwards by transferring more energy into the boot than it took to propel him forward. If he threw the boot with a greater force than what Boros put into him, he would actually go backwards.
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>>133552601
>KING ENGINE INTENSIFIES
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>>133552363
Conservation of four-momentum says that it would work. In fact, assuming Saitama can throw an object with an
arbitrary kinetic energy, he should be able to launch himself at near lightspeed by throwing anything with a mass.
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>>133552601
Convincing.
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>>133551287
Before he runs out of breath, is he that clever?
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>>133552363
Literally the dumbest thing I've seen today and I saw a kid shit in a swimming pool. Ever heard of rocket propulsion? Same concept.
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>>133548277
Technically speaking it could take eternity and he could still hit nothing. One of the earliest signs of an expanding universe is the fact that the sky isn't completely white with stars. This is called Olbers' Paradox

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olbers%27_paradox

The universe is mostly empty space and it's expanding its empty space at an increasing rate. It's more likely to pick a point and hit nothing forever than it is to hit some object.
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>>133552363
>physics
>fictional world
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>>133552363
Which physics are you talking about?
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>>133548277
From Saitama's frame of reference moving at light speed it would take no time at all, literally.
Time doesn't exist at light speed.
All of the time in the universe would pass instantly in a speed of light frame.
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>>133553112
You're assum,ing that the process won't reverse at some point to create a big crunch. If that happened then the odds of him hitting something would increase to 100% albeit at an exceedingly long time in the future. Of course most physicist even ones who believe it will admit that it's essentially pure speculation at this point.
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>>133553285
Actually true.
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>>133552896
>>Space fight close to real battle
>>Breathing

I don't think that's a factor here. Don't know about clever, but he always gets out of situations one way or the other
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He could've taken off his glove, punched his glove, and be flung back towards the earth.
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Couldn't Saitama just spit in the opposite direction of Earth and get propelled back?
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>>133547760
It would be extremely painful
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>>133552601
Needs a longer chin, more slicked back hair, scars in wrong place (most understandable flaw) and more slanted eyebrows (least understandable flaw)
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>>133547760
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I bet a single Saitama forced fart could change his trajectory easily.

Or even pissing/taking a dump if he releases the material at a fast enough rate.
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>>133553783
the thought of pissing fast enough to cancel out the momentum from Boros's attack makes my urethra hurt. Still, characters from Baki could probably do it.
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>>133552363
This doesn't make sense.

How do you think rockets even work in space?
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>>133553282
that's not how it works anon
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>>133554679
Actually, it is. If light could 'feel' it would think it arrived instantly.

It's a bit of a mindfuck to me that it 'feels' instant for the light even though it's billions of years. Timespace is weird like that, even without quantum mechanics.
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>>133555119
>If light could 'feel' it would think it arrived instantly.
This is literally the first time i ever heard that. Heck, i have seen more "this is what you would see if you were to go lightspeed" than anything resembling what you just said
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>>133547760
>Throw a glove away from earth
>Throw a boot away from earth
>Blow air from his lungs away from earth

>Get back
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>>133552410
>To the attentive observer the Moon is not in the same place all the time. The fact is that during the lunar cycle it makes a circuit across the sky. At the full Moon the moon is exactly opposite of the Sun. However as it gets closer to the New Moon, the Moon gets closer to the sun.

Have you never seen the moon during the day?
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>>133555420
He's right though. It's not his fault that you don't know physics.
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>>133553112
Great he would punch Olber's Paradox to get back then.
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If Saitama wasn't careful he would have ended up in a cup noodles advertisement.
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>>133552601
Put everything in luck
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>>133553285
There's really no basis behind big crunch theory besides your brain trying to give existence some sort of purpose and cyclic nature, which it doesn't have.
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>>133547760
Pretty much.
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>>133547760
He could pee real hard to get himself back to Earth.
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>>133547760
Ha can be Onefart-man and return to earth
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>>133552410
Have you, like, never looked at the sky during the day?
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>>133552601
>DODODODODODODODO
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He can just clap and get himself back to earth.
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>>133553868
Because rockets are propulsed by gas and plasma.
The rocket fuel is trown.

Are you guys retarded?
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He just flip his hands so hard
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>>133553282
I thought time would still be relative to him, but at our point of view he would age slower than us?
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>>133555420
He's right, though he's not explaining it correctly. It's a natural extension/corollary to the concept of relativistic time dialation. If you don't understand what THAT is, then look it up.
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>>133560686
>The rocket fuel is trown.
Uh.
>thrown
You idiot.
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>>133560686
>propulsed
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>>133555420
You heard of how time seems to slow near lightspeed, right?
Well, at lightspeed time is infinite, so you can't feel it passing at all and so from your point of view you can reach your destination instantly.
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>>133553112
I really doubt he had enough velocity to escape Solar System
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>>133558454
Top kek and get the mysterious stranger perk and intimidate
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>>133566866
When he left the earth's gravitational field, there wouldn't have been anything to slow him down.
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What would happen if Saitama were to fight a ghost?
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>>133567120
Except, you know, the Sun's gravitation field.
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>>133567127
The ghost would spook him.
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All he has to do is turn around and breath really hard.
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>>133567180
Would it be enough to keep him in? And if so, would Saitama then become a satellite, just flying around the solar system, unable to get back to earth, or just slowly drift into the sun?
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>>133566866
Actually, if you think about it, if he reached the moon in a dozen of seconds, then he was moving fast enough to escape Milky Way
How come it didn't explode?
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>>133558673
Do you happen to have the screen cap of that one anon who wrote a tl;dr explaining the "meaning" behind the pic?
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>>133567127
He'd punch it back to life.
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>>133567512
OPM power
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>>133552363
this is true, the shills disagreeing still haven't come to terms with the fact that PROPULSION IN SPACE IS IMPOSSIBLE, we're fucking stuck on earth
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>>133552363
Ok make way
I'm graduating in Space engineering
It works like that
The end
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>>133567512
12 seconds? Wouldn't that mean he was traveling at like, 0.1c?
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>>133552975
About how much ΔV did that kid get in the swimming pool, though? That's the pressing question here.
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>>133567120
Except that there's this slightly larger stellar object roughly one astronomical unit away that is a lot more stubborn than Earth when it comes to keeping things in orbit.
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>>133568418

Yeah I hate that fucker
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>>133568264
About that, yeah.
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>>133567512
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I don't think space can kill saitama, holding your breath wouldn't help you at all if you landed on the moon.
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>>133567732
>PROPULSION IN SPACE IS IMPOSSIBLE
Jump. There, you've thrown the Earth down to push yourself in the opposite direction.

Try the same thing floating in space with an object of your same mass. You push away from it, and you both go in opposite directions at the same speed.

Now try it with something of less mass than you. It'll move faster than you will, but you'll still go in the opposite direction.

Now you're motherfucking Saitama and can throw your boot at arbitrarily high speeds. Launch it away from your center of mass and aim the other direction at Earth. Welcome home, Caped Baldy.
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>>133568571
Would Saitama know that? I can see him trying to "swim" back to earth
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>>133568620
> I can see him trying to "swim" back to earth

This is Saitama we're talking about. He'd probably succeed.
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>>133569052
Space isn't actually a true vacuum. It's full of almost zero mass particles that are just loose atoms and debris. This means a normal person could theoretically "swim" from one place to another in space, however, it would take essentially forever, cause as anons said earlier force is mass time acceleration and all that.
But Saitama doesn't fucking care and he'd probably swim with his arms moving at a nearly infinite speed and propelling himself forward.
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He could just fart
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>>133568418
Or swallowing things.
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>>133547936
>He could've just took off one of his boots and throw it to get back to earth.

Correct answer within 3 replies.
> actually impressed by /a/ for once

assuming that Saitama really does have unbound upper physical capabilities, he can just negate and reverse his momentum by throwing something away from earth at an asymptotically higher fraction of C.

> boros sends him out of orbit at somewhere between 0.1c (lorentz factor 1.005) and 0.9c (lf 2.29)
> throws boot at 0.999 (22) or 0.9999 (70) or 0.99999c (223) ...
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>>133569329
the basis of space propulsion is momentum rather than force. therefore while swimming you should, in order to gain a decent speed , push back a countless mass of atoms far surpassing your bodyweight. However considering that he was travelling at 0.1 lightspeed a lot less strokes would have sufficed
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>>133567049
>not modding the mysterious stranger into Saitama
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>>133547760
>he misses the moon
>lands on [planet] from [series]
>crossover begins

Where does he land, /a/?
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>>133547936
saitam is infinitely strong but is he infinitely precise?

given that he almost certainly has never thrown something in zero gravity conditions in order to propel himself with the recoil before, and would therefore be extrapolating rather than interpolating, and given that he only has a limited number of items of clothing to throw in order to get bac to earth, and given that the earth would quite quickly become too small to see if he gets it wrong, it's very possible that he would be unable to throw in the very precise manner needed in order to propel himself back to earth and would really just float around in space forever.
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>>133559114
I guess that would be Plan America
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>>133547760
No, he would have ended up like Cars.
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>>133570458
>Where does he land, /a/?

Earth.

He becomes the first male teacher in K-ON.
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He could probably turn his back to earth (or time his rotation) and clap his hands with such force that the shock wave would send him hurtling in the opposite direction.

An argument against this would be that there's no air in space so there'd be no shock wave. My counter argument is that Saitama's could clap with such firce, that he'd actually be causing ripples in the fabric of space-time.
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>>133567512

Even at 0.1c, the kinetic energy of something as small as a human is around a dozen orders of magnitude smaller than the binding energy of the Moon.
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