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If Supergirl and I travel around the globe in opposite directions at just over mach 7, we should be able to create enough centrifugal force to slow the Earth's rotation. Is it really possible to do such thing in reality No. It's completely ridiculous. Physics doesn't work that way, nor does space-time. Indeed, the speed they mention "Mach 7" is ...


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I believe the quote you are referencing is: "Tell us a story," said the March Hare. "Yes, please do," pled Alice, and so the Dormouse began "Once upon a time, there were 3 little sisters. That being the case, Alice/Beth is Kate's sister but Mary Hamilton (played by Nicole Kang) is their step-sister being the daughter of Jacob Kane's second wife, ...


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Eobard Thawne, the Reverse Flash, is the archenemy of the Flash. The TV show can never get rid of him entirely for this reason - they need someone who can challenge Barry step for step, and Thawne is pretty much the only real candidate. Barry fears Thawne for a number of reasons: Thawne killed his mother. Thawne has a greater level of experience using ...


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We know from Season 1 that Cisco can vibe timelines that just got changed. This happened when he remembered a timeline where he was killed by Reverse Flash, timeline that was altered by Barry traveling to the past for the first time. From the arrow wikia, Cisco questioned Wells, who told him the truth - that his name was Eobard Thawne and he was trapped ...


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Apparently, the actress playing Lois Lane, Elizabeth Tulloch, asked the producers the same question and received an answer via Twitter. A lot of people have been asking me about the hammer Lois carries so I texted Robert Rovner co-showrunner/EP of #Supergirl for clarification and he said, “It’s the solar hammer from the cosmic anvil.” Hope that clears up ...


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We now know that she is the daughter of Barry Allen and Iris West-Allen and her name is Nora West-Allen. She is named after her deceased grandmother Nora Allen who was killed by Reverse Flash. She is also a speedster and goes by the alias XS. She has both purple and yellow lightning showing characteristics of both her mother and father. Her name is different ...


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Well, something the size of a human moving at Mach 7 (or 700) would have approximately zero effect on the rotation of the Earth. Stopping the rotation of the Earth would again have approximately zero effect on how fast time was passing on Earth in relationship to the rest of the universe. Some effect, yes, enough to matter? No. Different relative speeds ...


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Because Brainy is from the 30th century, and knows his history. He presumably knows exactly who Nia is "supposed" to be with in the timeline in order to eventually continue the line of Dreamer all the way along to the Legion of Superheroes in his time. If he is with Nia, then he potentially derails that bloodline and erases his friend from existence. Or ...


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When they show time travel in The Flash, it seems that timing it down to the minute or even hour can be very difficult. They just run and appear in the day they want. Nora especially has been shown to struggle with this. An example of her inability to control the exact time was in Season 5 Episode 14 in which she got caught in the time loop. She expressed ...


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For Russian word for Hood is Капюшо́н (Capuchon) which is not far from Kapiushon, which is also the title of S05E17. Also, Anatoly uses it to refer it to Oliver who is also used to be called hood. The same episode was titled Kapot first which also means "hood" or "a car hood". Капюшо́н seems like a more accurate word for English word Hood. Even in S08E05, ...


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So I want to know how much should I know from Arrowverse before jumping into Batwoman? At present (Oct 2019), Batwoman has no crossover or involvement with the rest of the Arrowverse that you need to catch up on although watching the original "pilot" which was the "Elseworlds" crossover episodes in December 2018 which introduced that character might be ...


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The answer to every such question is: "Speed force". Jokes aside, it seems they wanted Tom to play the role and they did. From comicbook.com "No, we love Matt — he’s fantastic as Reverse-Flash, too." Helbing explained. "But it’s funny, if you plot out the Thawne timeline — I think there’s a version of this online somewhere — it makes more sense, ...


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Ok, I'll give this a shot too, but it's also heavily language-specific context. Like a lot of episodes, the title is a reference to something you have acknowledged. "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" The Witch part is related to Constantine's magical powers and the Wardrobe is likely a reference to the purgatory they find themselves in (like Narnia, ...


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I'm not a fan of the show but I am a native Spanish speaker so I will say that "Lucha" means wrestling. There are many famous luchadores from Mexico such as El Santo, Blue Demon and Nacho Libre (kidding but his character was based on a real-life person) "Apuesta" is a bet, so betting and wrestling are concepts referenced therein So, back to the episode, ...


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Who is Quinten on Supergirl? Per The CW, Bennett’s character Quentin is a “wide-eyed government attaché who is grateful when Supergirl saves his life. However, when he shows his true colors by attending an anti-alien rally, Supergirl aims to prove to Quentin that not all aliens are bad.” - tvline He is credited for one episode only and from DC comics ...


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Most probably because Eobard Thawne killed Harrison Wells too early and took over the identity that Harrison Wells got no chance to bear a child. Also, there is no Harrison Wells in earth 38 mentioned yet or Supergirl in earth 1 etc etc. So it seems every earth don't have the same person's doppelganger.


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Barry Allen traveled two times to the past in order to get help from Eobard Thawne: Once for having help to defeat Zoom during the season 2. Once, with Barry's future daughter, Nora West-Allen, for getting help to defeat Cicada in the season 5. Thanks to these events (which happened at the same time, within the secret room), Eobard understood that it will ...


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They don't appear to be. There is a big(ish) article on bustle about it, after scanning through this i found what i think is the most important part. If you Google the Braille alphabet and try to read along, you'll discover a problem that I ran across as well. Some of the more distinguishable symbols do not appear. They just aren't letters. At first I ...


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What the fictional stories ignores is that the rotation of the earth has more to do with how we measure time (1 rotation = 1 day), and not how space-time is involved.


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He did what was the right to do. He was on a journey of becoming Green Arrow after previously being the ruthless killer Hood. So using the League of Assassins for his bidding would mean becoming Hood again, a ruthless vigilante, killing people because he can. But Oliver is becoming better than this and that's his character's progress. He could've simply ...


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Almost certainly not The "birth" of Killer Frost is explained in the fifth season episode "Icicle cometh" where Warning ! Unmarked spoiler ahead In that episode, we learn that Thomas Snow tried to find a cure to his ALS. Unfortunately, the cure had some side effects and he had to be locked in his lab for years, and the world was lead to believe he was ...


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Anatoly says one Russian word after the line "And you believed her?". глупый (glupyy) It means stupid.


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There can be two explanation for it: Caitlin used the term loosely this time. Like in comics metahuman term is not limited to meta created by single method but used for anyone with powers. Kryptonian powers are also meta in nature and work similarly so can be copied by the same method. Also all the version of A.M.A.Z.O. I have seen adopted before had no ...


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