|PUNISHER (FRANK CASTLE)|
In ‘Punisher: In The Blood’ (2011) #5 titled “In The Blood, Part Five”, Punisher performs a durability feat. At the end of the battle with Jigsaw, Punisher jumps off a five-story building carrying Jigsaw’s son Henry.
How much durability does it take for Punisher to jump off a five-story building carrying Henry?
PUNISHER JUMPED WITH HENRY IN A PROJECTILE MOTION 22.86 METERS OFF A FIVE STORY BUILDING AND LANDED ON THE GROUND AT FINAL VELOCITY OF -20.7609823773 METERS PER SECOND.
PUNISHER GENERATED THE EQUIVALENT OF FINAL KINETIC ENERGY OF 37080.5120289 JOULES WITH IMPACT FORCE OF 3942.65148324 NEWTONS, 1.31 TIMES THE FORCE TO ACCELERATE A 75 KG PERSON AT 4G.
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