As you can see, their mean velocity during this race is about 115 m/s.
- Sonic Races Metal Sonic - 115 m/s, Subsonic Class
Tidbit: This is actually fairly consistent with our result from the last Sonic CD calculation, with Sonic moving at about 1/3rd the speed of sound without using the Super Peel Out technique and half the speed of sound with it.Read more >
Tidbit: This level of acceleration implies that Supergirl could become "faster than a speeding bullet" in around a tenth of a centimeter. Basically just twitching a single one of her toes. After moving an entire footstep's worth of distance she would be moving faster than any man-made earthbound object.Read more >
) = 37,600 J
- How Strong is the Mii Brawler? - 37,600 J, Superhuman Class
Tidbit: For reference, this is over 50x the energy behind Olympic level shot put throws.Read more >
I've done this before, but I thought I could do this a better. Fewer steps, more precision, all that.
Keep in mind, this is going to be a bit of a high end, and also pretty rough. The camera keeps moving throughout the scenes, which makes Wonder Woman appear slower than she really is during slow motion shots and faster than she is during real time shots. The effect isn't crazy, the result won't be off by orders of magnitude or anything, but keep this in mind.
In slow motion, Wonder Woman's average velocity appears to be 0.534 m/s. In real time, her average velocity comes out to 17.2 m/s. Dividing these into each other, the scene seems to be running at 32.2x slower than real time. However, accounting for the camera movement and whatnot the "real…
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According to the Space Jam manual, Wile E. Coyote is 1.17 meters tall, so that's what we used for our measuring stick here. Simply tracking Wile E.'s motion after he begins moving shows that he descends the hill at a rate of 305 m/s.
- How Fast is Road Runner? (Lap Speed) - 180 m/s ~ Mach 0.5, Subsonic Class+
- How Fast is Road Runner? (Jet Boot Speed) - 305 m/s ~ Mach 0.9, Subsonic Class+