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Law Slashes Mountain Range [The Chronicles of Megaton Law]

Posted 11-28-2012 at 11:16 AM by God Movement
Updated 08-04-2013 at 08:39 PM by God Movement
Law Slashes Mountain Range [The Chronicles of Megaton Law]

The striked out is no longer relevant.

So Law pulled off a godly feat this chapter, he pretty much slashed an entire mountain range from 1/4 of the way up from the ground and launched it a hundred+ meters into the air. Going to make an effort to get a rough figure for the feat since anything accurate is out of the question with a shape this complex. I'll also be rescaling some stuff I have already scaled in the past to make everything as accurate as possible.

We'll start with the scan below:



Chaos calculated a while ago that the band around a Marine Battleship was 26.67m in height.

6px = 26.67m

We need a common object of comparison to scale a part of the mountain range so we'll use the chimney I've highlighted.

59px = 262.26m

Next up we'll work out the height of the mountain the lab is based in (and the neighboring mountains).



52px = 262.26m
107px = 475.62m
369px = 1640.24m
418px = 2108.17m
302px (+30px) = 1674.43m
364px (+30px) = 1987.12m

The +30px is a guesstimation on how much of the mountains are off screen.

What the new scan above as allowed us to do is use the following scan to work out a more accurate height for the mountains as visible for the first time ever are the mountains beside the lab mountain. What is interesting to note is the mountains beside the lab mountain are BOTH taller, that must make the smallest mountain on the back of the island the lab mountain in this scan, especially since it's at the forefront:



Of course the tallest mountain is evident also so we have some point of comparison.

18px = 1640.24m
45px = 4100.60m
263px = 23965.73m

We can now move onto the next scan (which is also the feat):



46px = 262.26m (the chimney)
45px = 256.55m (the distance the mountain range was launched upwards)
120px = 684.14m (the distance above the ground [will need to be subtracted from the mountain range height near the end])
264px = 1505.12m (the base length of the prominent mountain in the scan)
210px = 1197.25m (the height of the prominent mountain in the scan)
51px = 290.76m


We'll now move onto the last scan:



39px = 290.76m (one of the 3 assumptions I'll be making; [Assumption #1] That one of the mountains covering the lab has an equal neck width to one of the mountains on the front)

128px = 2418.79m
151px = 2853.41m
217px = 4100.60m
182px = 3439.21m
124px = 2343.20m
132px = 2494.37m
136px = 2569.96m

[Assumption #2] The base length of every mountain is the same, not a big assumption since they're all similar anyway and it'll be a pain to calculate each individual one since Law cut it from 1/4 up, not from ground level, even more there are some mountains I'm outright ignoring because I'm a lazy bastard. Of course this is fundamentally flawed as some mountains "neck" earlier than others, but it should be fine.

We'll use a calculator to work out our sq. based pyramid volumes.

http://www.cleavebooks.co.uk/scol/calpyr.htm

Before that, we need to subtract the distance from the ground Law cut above.

Height of Mountains, x - Height above Ground, y = Remaining Mountain Height, f (front), b (back)

f1 = 1943.17m
f2 = 2377.79m
f3 = 3624.98m
f4 = 2963.59m
f5 = 1867.58m
f6 = 2018.75m
f7 = 2094.34m
b1 = 1987.12m
b2 = 1164.62m (1640.24 - 475.62)
b3 = 1674.43m

Using a Base Length of 2108.17m we get volumes of...

v1 = 2878729113.28m^3
v2 = 3522601366.98m^3
v3 = 5370263775.72m^3
v4 = 4390440781.21m^3
v5 = 2766745533.01m^3
v6 = 2990697878.95m^3
v7 = 3102681459.22m^3
v8 = 2943839291.25m^3
v9 = 1725338235.93m^3
v10 = 2480601485.79m^3

Density of ice = 917kg/m3

m1 = 2639794600000kg
m2 = 3230225500000kg
m3 = 4924531900000kg
m4 = 4026034200000kg
m5 = 2537105700000kg
m6 = 2742470000000kg
m7 = 2845158900000kg
m8 = 2699500600000kg
m9 = 1582135200000kg
m10 = 2274711600000kg

Now we need an estimate of the mass for the lab. My best bet is this steel giant:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seawise_Giant

[Assumption #3] Caeser's Lab weighs the same as the Seawise Giant, 724239 tons or 657019000kg (negligible, but may as well throw it in) = m11

mT = m1 + m2 + m3 + m4 + m5 + m6 + m7 + m8 + m9 + m10 + m11

mT = 29502325219000kg

mgh = 29502325219000*9.8*256.55 = 74174451042357610J = 17.7 megatons
Total Comments 143

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Wait, do we actually know if Law's slash went through the entire mountain range or just a single mountain, from the third scan?

Also, people will likely argue against the application of energy output to this feat due to the nature of the Ope Ope no Mi (seemingly bypassing durability entirely, i.e not killing individuals by bisecting them), though personally I would argue that the generation of energy is simply necessary for a feat of this magnitude, especially since the upper half of the mountains actually rose into the air (Ope Ope no Mi doesn't cause magical levitation to occur).
Posted 11-28-2012 at 11:21 AM by KaiserWombat KaiserWombat is offline
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I totally called megaton level slash.
Posted 11-28-2012 at 11:21 AM by LazyWaka LazyWaka is offline
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The title made me chuckle a bit.
Posted 11-28-2012 at 11:28 AM by ZenithXAbyss ZenithXAbyss is offline
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@KW

Well yes, you can see his slash cut through the depth of the mountain. Looking at where he cut it, the only way for the mountain range to be launched up like it did would be if he cut everything in the length of it. He cut it only horizontally, for it to only be a single mountain he'd have to cut it horizontally, then cut it vertically around the edge of the mountain to uproot it.
Posted 11-28-2012 at 11:28 AM by God Movement God Movement is offline
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Wait, do we actually know if Law's slash went through the entire mountain range or just a single mountain, from the third scan?
same question

perhaps we'll see next chapter


and I thought the mountain he cut housed the lab .. making a lot of it hollow
Posted 11-28-2012 at 11:28 AM by Fluttershy Fluttershy is offline
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Well, this calc will probably be good until we get a better view of it next chapter.

...

We've been saying that about alot of stuff lately but we never seem to get better views.
Posted 11-28-2012 at 11:30 AM by LazyWaka LazyWaka is offline
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Nice but are the mountains completely made of ice or just covered with it?

Also you should update your calc directories.

And check my newest calc
Posted 11-28-2012 at 11:31 AM by Endless Mike Endless Mike is offline
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We've been saying that about alot of stuff lately but we never seem to get better views.
patience is a virtue
Posted 11-28-2012 at 11:32 AM by Fluttershy Fluttershy is offline
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They're made of ice: Aokiji formed them in his 10 day clash with Akainu during the timeskip.

And I'll take your word on it GM, hopefully will be confirmed in the next chapter.
Posted 11-28-2012 at 11:35 AM by KaiserWombat KaiserWombat is offline
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Dat Law.

But I'm suprised that this came out lower then Mihawk's slash when Law's looks way more impressive.
Posted 11-28-2012 at 11:39 AM by Thdyingbreed Thdyingbreed is offline
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Mihawk has the benefit of us having a better understading of what all was cut.
Posted 11-28-2012 at 11:41 AM by LazyWaka LazyWaka is offline
Old
Law deserves it.

It's kinda confirmed that any high tier in OP is in the megatons range.
Posted 11-28-2012 at 11:44 AM by White Hawk White Hawk is offline
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Hm... good calc.
Posted 11-28-2012 at 11:48 AM by Gomu Gomu is offline
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That Law..
Posted 11-28-2012 at 11:50 AM by Sherlōck Sherlōck is offline
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Also,if we get a better scan this will probably get higher,right?
Posted 11-28-2012 at 11:52 AM by White Hawk White Hawk is offline
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or lower if only 1 mountain was cut


Spoiler:

^ which chapter was this from ?
Posted 11-28-2012 at 11:56 AM by Fluttershy Fluttershy is offline
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He cut 3 Flutter,stop being ignorant

Chapter 659
Posted 11-28-2012 at 11:57 AM by White Hawk White Hawk is offline
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yeah he clearly cut at least 3.
Posted 11-28-2012 at 12:03 PM by Urouge Urouge is offline
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I make a calc, it gets one comment. GM makes a OP calc right afterwards, it gets 20 comments. FML
Posted 11-28-2012 at 12:11 PM by Endless Mike Endless Mike is offline
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I make a calc, it gets one comment. GM makes a OP calc right afterwards, it gets 20 comments. FML
It's Trafalgar Law,that's why
Posted 11-28-2012 at 12:13 PM by White Hawk White Hawk is offline
 
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