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Feb 25, 2013 ... Spider-Man's webbing really could stop a train if it recreated what ... at surrounding buildings to prevent a runaway train plummeting to disaster.


Feb 25, 2013 ... Spiderman's Train-Stopping Stunt Shown Not So Unrealistic, Given ... But could a few scaled-up strands of spider silk really stop a runaway ...


Feb 25, 2013 ... In Spiderman 2, the superhero uses his webbing to bring a runaway train ... and toughness of spiders' web really stop four crowded subway cars? ... The students found the force Spiderman's webs exert on the train to be 300,000 newtons. ... the students get the chance to develop all the skills they will need ...

Mar 25, 2007 ... Peter Stops The Train! an awesome scene!! ... nearly as intense and it would have looked REALLY dumb if he had a smug look on his face. .


Feb 26, 2013 ... Spider-Man might be a fictional superhero, but at least two of his tricks ... in fact, strong enough to stop a runaway train, and published their results in ... Spider- Man could have stopped a moving train by flinging sticky silk at it.


Feb 27, 2013 ... A group of University of Leicester physics students have determined whether a scene in Spider-Man 2 is scientifically accurate. The group of ...


Feb 25, 2013 ... Spider-Man's Silk Really Could Stop a Train ... In the 2004 movie "Spider-Man 2," the superhero slings silk from his wrists to keep a runaway subway from ... webs — estimating the toughness of Spider-Man's silk would need to ...


Feb 25, 2013 ... The students found the force Spiderman's webs exert on the train to be ... said: " While our work may not seem to be very serious it has helped ...


Mar 1, 2013 ... The sequence where Spider-man has to stop a runaway train by ... size it could actually absorb a train's acceleration of 300,000 Newtons.


Feb 25, 2013 ... It may have happened in Spider Man 2, but that was just the movies. ... to create a web to stop a runaway train moments before it would have ...