Wouldn't destroying the mood cause catastrophic and immediate global...

Lucas White
Lucas White

Wouldn't destroying the mood cause catastrophic and immediate global destruction to the worlds tides and gravity?

Luis Martin
Luis Martin

I blew up our moon once and it wasn't a big deal.

Landon Jackson
Landon Jackson

It's better than having a giant monkey man destroying civilization.

Aaron Howard
Aaron Howard

implying any of that shit would happen

Charles Ramirez
Charles Ramirez

Toriyama is retarded.

Lucas Williams
Lucas Williams

It's actually not. In fact it's a good deal worse.

Brandon Kelly
Brandon Kelly

gravity
Gravity not so much. But a bunch of other stuff would go to shit, like Earth's rotation, which would fuck up the day-night cycle, and combined with the end of tides bring an end to almost all life.

Adrian Brooks
Adrian Brooks

It's jsut a prank

Adrian Walker
Adrian Walker

They got by just fine without a moon for a good while. I don't think the moon is as essential to their world as you're trying to pitch here.

Angel Bennett
Angel Bennett

Why are you posting the second instance of the moon getting destroyed?
I mean, the first time was an experiment. The second time was just a repeat.

Joseph Smith
Joseph Smith

That's just what I had a picture of

Carson Murphy
Carson Murphy

The gravity doesn't suddenly stop, idiot. GBT school.

Ethan Mitchell
Ethan Mitchell

It's even worse when you consider Goku personally relocated a race of humanoid rabbits to the moon when he was a kid. They are kill.

Alexander Morris
Alexander Morris

No, the first time. Remember, Roshi blew up the moon to stop Goku.

Matthew Nelson
Matthew Nelson

Yes; shitstorm tsunamis, quakes, possible volcano eruption from sudden shift in gravity + tetonic shitfits. Thats all forgetting the amount of debris that would buttfuck our ozone layer and cause impact... We'd probably turn to Venus for a little bit before freezing over and end up like Mars.

Toriyama made a fictional universe and probably failed science.

Ayden Hernandez
Ayden Hernandez

Ask yugi

Wyatt Brooks
Wyatt Brooks

Stop transposing reality onto anime

Xavier Sanchez
Xavier Sanchez

Not really. I mean, that's not even the moon Piccolo is trying to destroy there, it was destroyed years ago already. Dragonball Earth clearly doesn't need a moon for life to continue to exist, nevermind the fact that there exists multiple entities and powers that can tell physics to go and fuck off. Magic > Physics

Noah Roberts
Noah Roberts

tfw Moon gets 3.8 cm further away from Earth every year

Wyatt Cruz
Wyatt Cruz

/thread

Ian Davis
Ian Davis

Wouldn't destroying the mood cause catastrophic and immediate global destruction to the worlds tides and gravity?
this is why you don't show your gf you fap folder...

Kevin Lee
Kevin Lee

Bitches love flowers.

Matthew Kelly
Matthew Kelly

Wouldn't destroying the mood cause catastrophic and immediate global destruction to the worlds tides and gravity?

Damn so my failed dates are actually causing world destruction.

Seriously, depends on hundreds of factors, distance to the moon, size of it and so on.

Do we have some actual data from Toriyama regarding how is universe is built?

Gavin Ward
Gavin Ward

distance to the moon, size of it and so on
I can understand your dates fauiling because of your dick being too small, but what has the distance to the moon to do with that?

Jaxson Parker
Jaxson Parker

Apparently your dick is even smaller if you dont even understand that.
Hell am i gonna explain an idiot what the relation of tide and distance of earth and moon have to do with each other.

Isaiah Ortiz
Isaiah Ortiz

go to bed, user

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