MINDVVIPE wrote: Noideaforaname wrote:
Burn wrote:Last I checked having a massive planet like that turn up in orbit the Earth would have been torn apart from gravitational forces.
I think Sentinel's earlier line about TF tech breaking "our laws of physics" was meant to sort of explain why Cybertron didn't immediately destroy either the Earth or Moon, even if it's a lame explanation.
In all fairness, most science-fiction ignore even the most basic scientific facts. Unicron and the Death Star should have caused havoc on their target planets/moons long before their 'preferred' method of destruction.
I didn't mention the whole gravity problem coz if you really wanted to make it make sense, it could be that Unicron/Deathstar/Spacebridge pillars all have gravity dampening field emitters that counter it... But the core problem being the use of humans, I didn't bother with the gravity deal.
yeah i have given the whole planet affecting our gravitational pull a pass too.
But the human slave labour seems unwieldy and cost inefficient
they need ratbat there to crunch the numbers