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Spider-Man's powers and equipment - Wikipedia

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The fictional Marvel Comics superhero Spider-Man, who debuted in 1962, is well known for his ..... or in his web lines, much like a real spider (though this aspect of his powers may no longer be pre...

Spider-Man Physics: How Real Is the Superhero? | WIRED

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Feb 26, 2013 ... Spider-Man might be a fictional superhero, but at least two of his tricks exist in the real world. Now, scientists have shown that it's possible spin ...

The Science of Superheroes | Popular Science

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Jan 31, 2008 ... Spiderman, Batman, the Fantastic Four, Ironman—seems like every time we go ... guy in a unitard saving the world with acts of unnatural physics.

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Jul 10, 2012 ... TWEET IT- http://clicktotweet.com/4b25f The 'Amazing Spiderman' definitely has some unique tricks and abilities, but do any of them stand up to ...

Spider-Man Gets A Physics Lesson : NPR

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Jun 29, 2012 ... em>The Amazing Spider-Man</em> opens in theaters next week--will ... down the physics of Spider-Man, and explains why even superheroes need to ... that moviemakers worked some real science into the superhero saga.

Physics Buzz: The Story Behind The Physics of Superheroes!

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Nov 23, 2009 ... He asked his students to calculate how much force Spiderman would ... like “the real world,” Kakalios pointed out that most examples in physics ...

The science behind superheroes | Cosmos

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Jun 2, 2011 ... Super powers abound in comic books but not so much in the real world. ... A rare first issue of The Amazing Spider-Man comic book – Mario Tama/Getty ..... In Praise of Simple Physics: The Science and Mathematics behind ...

The Mathematics of Spiderman and the Physics of Superheroes ...

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Jul 19, 2012 ... I have not seen the new Spiderman reboot, so I'll have to reserve judgment on the virtues of the movie. But, in general, superhero movies ...

Spiderman's webbing would be strong enough to stop a moving ...

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Feb 25, 2013 ... In Spiderman 2, the superhero uses his webbing to bring a runaway train to ... According to University of Leicester physics students, the answer is yes. ... that the strength of the web would be proportional to that of real spiders.

Spider-Math and Bat-Physics: Science in a Superhero World | PBS ...

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Oct 11, 2012 ... Toward the end of "The Amazing Spider-Man", Peter Parker saves a small child trapped in a car as the car is tossed from New York City's ...

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The Physics of Spider-Man's Webs | WIRED

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Apr 29, 2014 ... The Physics of Spider man s Webs Google Docs ... If I replaced the web with real materials of the same size, this would be their .... I thought Spider-Man's webs came out of his wrist and were just part of his super hero powers.

Superhero Science: Amazing Spider-Man - Planet Science

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Physics IS fun! Technology ... Real spider silk is stronger than steel, but it's hard to get spiders to make enough of it. ... OK, so it's not as impressive as Spider-Man , but scientists have said that they can make superhero suits if we need them.

The Real Physics Of Ant-Man: Blind, Deaf, And His Voice Would Be ...

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Jul 17, 2015 ... The Real Physics Of Ant-Man: Blind, Deaf, And His Voice Would Be Hilarious ... of Minnesota, author of “The Physics of Superheroes” and scientific consultant to movies such as “Watchmen” and “The Amazing Spider-Man.