• In Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018), the lab is portable and
therefore can't be connected to a main power grid. Since
they needed portable energy, you can see in the background
that they used enlarged Duracell batteries to power the lab.
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    • so he pulls out a comically large battery...
      HAV0X 1 aug
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    • "Energy doesn't work like that" -Mfs who think Pym particles are real
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    • I've never understood the logic of Pym particles reducing the space between atoms to make things smaller, then doing the reverse to make things bigger, but if something were made bigger that way it would still have the same mass just less dense
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    • Comically Large Duracell
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    • Ant man has the power to create comically large spoon.
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    • I don't like pym particles cause they don't follow their own logic, i don't like calling out science in super hero movies but if you're going to explain it at least don't then constantly break the rules of the thing you explained
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    • Ive never seen that movie and now im actually curious if thats true.
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    • The antman movies make no sense. The thing about growing and shrinking things is that they keep their mass despite being shrunk, which is why any man can still hit and throw people while he’s small. Enlarging a battery WOULD NOT MAKE IT MORE POWERFUL, it would only make it bigger and weigh as much-
      Echrono 1 aug
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    • It makes no sense that they could pick up their lab of even wheel it around when it was shrunk. It should still be the same weight
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    • So that means that the battery has gotten more power just from being bigger, but isn’t that basically power coming from nowhere? Violating the laws of energy whatnot?
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    • I literally cannot remember what that movie was about at all. I remember the opening scene. Then I remember there was a car chase toward the end and ant man got really big in the ocean, but I remember literally nothing else.
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    • Antman confuses the shit out of me. Pick either adding and subtracting space between the particles or adding and subtracting particles. And you can’t make trillions of atoms smaller than electrons and shit that makes 0 sense
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    • The whole movie makes zero sense scientifically, making things that much bigger would make them float because they have such a low density and going subatomic would either create a black hole or a nuclear explosion because the atoms would either collide and explode or he would become super dense.
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    • So how about the tiny cars going the same speed as normal ones without increased RPM?
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    • I guess all the ifunnyers have proven the Grand Unifying Theorem and therefore know Pim particles won't work
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    • This movie really just says "fuck physics" huh?
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    • I never noticed that lmao
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    • So since it’s bigger does it hold more power
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    • Wait but how does that work, it increases in volume yes, but not in mass. As well you cab create energy so where dose the power come from?
      fluff890 1 aug
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    • Ok kids, let's do this. This is a pretty slick example of product placement. This is typically used by a company to campaign a new product or make their business boom a little. Also this can be done before the 4 P's of marketing, product, price, placement, and promotion.
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    • But...wouldnt they still only discharge at 1.5 volts
      Natelav 1 aug
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    • Bruh the ant man logic is the big dumb
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    • That’s kinda funny lol
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    • Been waiting to use this one
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    • The second antman movie was actual garbage
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    • comically small man
      lGizzyl 4 aug
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    • Soo wouldn't the amount of electricity in the battery stay the same though.
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    • That would just run out as fast as a normal battery because the number of atoms has not changed only the density so this whole movie is a sham because ant man would have died 1000 times in that state because of how everything works differently at large and small size
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    • Literally everyone noticed this
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    • Oh
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    • I feel like it would still suffer from discharge issues.
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    • Some kid is gonna steal it to put in his xbox 360 controller
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    • Literally who didnt notice that
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    • That’s not how it works.
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    • hmm dont think energy works like that but its a superhero movie so oh well
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    • 5 comments, cool
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    • Its so they won't be "charged" for using so much electricity ;))
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    • 4 comments, nice
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    • 130 likes and it's featured? Are you kidding me? I'm at 8K and still not featured
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    • uh okay?
      jaeare 1 aug
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    • I mean.. If it works..
      akmahem 4 aug
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    • Um, they’d still only be a few volts, it’s not like you’re adding more electrons
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    • If antman weighs the same shrunk, then how is that guy carrying a tank in his pocket
      MrOne 4 aug
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    • that's not how electricity works...
      Latedawn 4 aug
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    • The physics of that building makes no sense. If the tech only changes the space between atoms, that means the mass would be the same, which is why antman can punch as hard as he does. But that means that the building, regardless of size would not be portable.
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    • The worst part of antman science is how they said it just changes the space between particles, not the mass of the object. Yet Hank carries a literal tank in his keychain, and wheels around an office building like a suitcase.
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    • Look yall Ant Man makes no fucking sense at all. Lets just get that out of the way real quick.
      Bug198 4 aug
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    • No fuckin shit, its like they made it really big and obvious so you would be able to figure that out. You asshole.
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    • Glad that circle was there. I never would’ve seen it
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    • the laws of thermodynanics beg to differ from this logic
      Kektaro 4 aug
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    • Ant man and the wasp had the worst marvel movies. They had it centered around science but didn’t make any of it realistic
      YeeHaww 4 aug
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    • Nobody fucking needed to point this out to anyone. It’s very much obvious in the background.
      Tounryx 4 aug
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    • Comically large battery
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    • Did people not notice that...
      vulfdrek 4 aug
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    • Who doesn’t notice that? Thanks captain dumb fuck obvious
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    • This... is so bullshit... like i get it phunny hero man save day, but he legitimately can create energy by making a battery bigger. Why would you not share that with the world? Even if you don't share the tech, make a bunch of shit bigger and leave it around the world for people that need the power
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    • Yea one of the good ones fuck woke hollywood
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    • Pym practicals makes no sense
      Xeon1166 4 aug
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    • Scientist: Hmm... This movie gives me chronic headaches. Me: Huhuhu, battery goes hmmmmmm.
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    • But we all already knew that since we saw the movie as well
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    • 9 volts is 9 volts no matter the size
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    • Comedy
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    • I love how they lean into the rediculous nature of Marvel pseudo science for these movies. "We're going to try very hard to explain Thor as science, but yeah let's just enlarge a battery it'll make no sense, but it's fun!"
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    • Top comment por favor?
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    • Hey dawg can I get some electricity
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    • Comically large cell full of energy...
      MieKnut 3 aug
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    • Guys... It's a freaking movie! Chill with the facts. Lol
      Cozystew 3 aug
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    • Some of you tend to forget that this movie is called Antman. A movie about a man shrinking down and controlling ants with his mind.
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    • While I understand this is a movie, but expanding the casing doesn’t actually give the battery more power to give off. I still think this is funny addition tho
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    • Nothing missed.
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    • Really glad they circled it.. I almost didnt see the comically large battery...
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    • If physics allowed it to work while enlarged, it would still only provide 1.5 volts. It would provide that very small amount of energy for a good long time though.
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    • it’s not like the battery has more charge cuz it’s bigger
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    • Then that means he can sneak anything
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    • Then technically that building can run in a single normal sized battery
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    • Ok... and
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    • Did you know that if you shit you will need to wipe?
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    • Goddamn the Ant Man movies are confusing
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    • Hated all the logic in this series of marvel movies. Causr at least iron mans bullsbit seemed more grounded
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    • Don't do ads ! We see enough of them. Robot
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    • So that means they’re making the energy inside it bigger too if this technology existed they can enlarger oil for cars 🤔
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    • Do they make sense? No. But they're still enjoyable
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    • That’s not how this works. That’s not how any of this works. The battery still only puts out 1.5v! It doesn’t last any longer either. If you want to power your place shrink a bunch of car batteries down and have an array the size of a shoe box.
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    • Comically large battery
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    • Haha thats not how physics work silly directors it would be made of gas and everything in 10 miles would be dust
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    • I thought that was obvious
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    • Yes, we all saw this
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    • Hmm yess 1.5 volts
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    • I don’t think anybody missed that it was pretty obvious
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    • I get it that superhero universes never obey like any scientific laws but the inconsistency of Pym particles sets me off. Why does tiny make you strong? Density, they answer. But how does he stand on shoulders then? Tiny, they say.
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    • comically large battery
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    • That's not how any of this works
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    • I noticed that as well as everything else they used was usually small things enlarged
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    • In Ant-Man (2016) Paul Rudd’s character shrinks down to the size of an ant on multiple occasions, which is a suddle nod to the fact that he’s called Ant-Man.
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    • Making things bigger like this wouldn't be possible your basically creating matter and energy.
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    • I wish I had Ant-Mans powers. Except just the growing part. And just for my pee-pee
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    • HAH.
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