Super Power: The Flash’s Infinite Mass Punch Is A Relativistic Effect Of Flash’s Time Traveling Super Powers From The Speed Force

SUPER POWER

Because Science with Kyle Hill

IN POWER LEVEL

THE FLASH IS A SPEEDSTER WHO DRAWS POWER FROM HIS CONNECTION TO THE SPEED FORCE

In ‘The Flash’ (2002) #180, Flash (Wally West) draws power from the Speed Force and springs into action. AP Photo/DC Comics

Flash (Wally West) is a speedster and is one of the fastest superheroes in reaction time, combat speed and traveling speed. The Speed Force powers all of Flash’s amazing super powers.

Post-Crisis, Wally West passed from Kid Flash and took up the mantle of Flash. Wally West has more than lived up to the name of Flash and has displayed additional super powers different from Barry Allen.

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Speed Force Conduit: Wally is the fastest of All Flashes perhaps rivaled only by his mentor, Barry Allen. He is arguably the fastest person that has ever existed.[59] He is currently fast enough to easily break all the barriers and even enter the Speed Force. Wally has, on several occasions, traveled much faster than light and entered and exited the Speed Force by his own volition. The Flash is considered to be one of the most formidable and powerful meta-humans on the planet.

Superhuman Speed:  Wally West is by far the fastest being on the planet, according to Max Mercury he’s the fastest man to have ever existed[59], making him one of the most powerful beings to exist. Wally can move faster than thought and with the aid of other JLA members, came up with a plan within 1 second. Wally managed to move so fast that time apparently appeared to be frozen around him.[8][60] Theoretically, speeds greater than Mach 10, are dangerous to both people and to the environment, but the Speed Force has shown that if needed, Wally can use it to prevent such effects from occurring, hence why he is able to run at speeds much faster than light on the planet Earth without it having devastating effects on the planet. He can also run across bodies of water and up the sides of buildings. He is able to save and carry over half a million people 35 miles away from a Nuclear Warhead that had already detonated including the ones at ground zero in only .0001 microseconds (10 picoseconds, or 1/100,000,000,000th of 1 second) – a feat that would require moving 13 trillion times the speed of light[61][62]

Wally West (New Earth), DC Database


WHAT IS THE INFINITE MASS PUNCH?

In ‘JLA’ (1997) #3, Flash (Wally West) uses the Infinite Mass Punch in order to knockout Zum.

What happens when Flash uses the Infinite Mass Punch? Let’s take a look at the Infinite Mass Punch in the issue.

IN ‘JLA’ #3, FLASH KNOCKS OUT ZUM WITH THE INFINITE MASS PUNCH

In 'JLA' (1997) #3, Zum races the Flash.
In ‘JLA’ (1997) #3, Flash (Wally West) uses the Infinite Mass Punch in order to knockout Zum. AP Photo/DC Comics
In 'JLA' (1997) #3, Flash reveals Zum has the powers of Superman with some military training.
In ‘JLA’ (1997) #3, Flash (Wally West) uses the Infinite Mass Punch in order to knockout Zum. AP Photo/DC Comics
In 'JLA' (1997) #3, Flash remembers the Flash fact to use the infinite mass punch against Zum.
In ‘JLA’ (1997) #3, Flash (Wally West) uses the Infinite Mass Punch in order to knockout Zum. AP Photo/DC Comics
In 'JLA' (1997) #3, Flash's infinite mass punch sends Zum into escape velocity at seven miles per second.
In ‘JLA’ (1997) #3, Flash (Wally West) uses the Infinite Mass Punch in order to knockout Zum. AP Photo/DC Comics

OUTCOME: FLASH WINS BY KNOCKOUT

Flash’s Infinite Mass Punch is a super power that he draws from his connection to the Speed Force. The Infinite Mass Punch is a super power that allows Flash to overcome relativistic effects and accelerate his mass near infinity. In fact, the mass is accelerated near the mass of a white dwarf star.

In reality, Flash is able to use his time traveling powers in order to do the Infinite Mass Punch. This is because according to special relativity, time dilation is a factor when one approaches the speed of light. This is a difference of relative time between an observer and an object or subject in movement.

The Infinite Mass Punch is a relativistic effect of the Flash’s time traveling super powers from his connection to the Speed Force.

FEAT OF THE DAY: IN ‘THE FLASH’ #148, FLASH HITS PROFESSOR ZOOM WITH A WHITE DWARF PUNCH

In  ‘The Flash (1999) #148, Flash hits Professor Zoom with a White Dwarf Punch. AP Photo/DC Comics

SOURCES

The Flash Vol 2 180 in DC Database.
Wally West (New Earth) in DC Database.
JLA Vol 1 3 in DC Database.
The Flash Vol 2 148 in DC Database.

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