Feb 25, 2013 ... Spider-Man's Silk Really Could Stop a Train ... silk from his wrists to keep a
runaway subway from plunging off the end of the tracks. ... the strength of the
webs — estimating the toughness of Spider-Man's silk would need to be ...
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 26, 2013 ... Science Fact: Spider-Man Really Could Stop a Runaway Train. ... would have to
suck up to slow and stop a speeding, runaway New York tube ...
Feb 26, 2013 ... Physics students conclude Spiderman's web could in fact stop a runaway train ...
My son often has expressed a desire to be bitten by a radioactive ... and
toughness of a spider's web really stop four crowded subway cars?
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 ...
Feb 27, 2013 ... A team of physics students in the U.K. have worked out that spider silk could be
strong and tough enough to stop a moving train. ... to bring a runaway subway
train to halt, saving the lives of hundreds of grateful passengers.
Feb 26, 2013 ... Spider-Man's web would be strong enough to stop a speeding train, researchers
from the University of Leicester have claimed. ... power to stop a runaway train
plummeting to disaster - something physics boffins say could be ...
Mar 25, 2007 ... Spiderman actually has an IQ of 250, batman only has an IQ of 180 . .... Imagine if
he had the black suit he would of stopped the train earlier..
Mar 4, 2013 ... Could Bruce Willis really have blown up that asteroid? ... asked whether
Spiderman, for instance, could really stop a runaway subway train with ...
stop a runaway train (Bryan, 2012). ... Spider-Man could indeed have stopped a
fast moving train with ... as thick as a steel beam, it would be very difficult to ...