Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Myles, Jun 5, 2012.
I think we all forgot something...
Are you guys still arguing about which Pokemon is second best to Leafeon?
You're just jealous 'cause you know we're right.
Ok, let's get back on topic and stop talking about why every Eeveelution post Gen II sucks.
It'd be interesting to think what pokemon are impossible to create, even through genetic engineering.
Say, Klinklang, Klink and Klang. Basically a metal perpetuum mobile? So not only are we looking into quantum physics but also note that metal isn't exactly organic material.
How about Porygon and its evolutionary family? I don't even know what it is made of. Nothing organic, definitely.
Klinklang doesn't violate the laws of thermodynamics. It has a red energy core in the middle, which is where it gets its energy from. It isn't perpetual motion.
Unless it takes food in, it violates the laws, since it moves (kinetic energy), without taking the energy from elsewhere, thus creating energy out of nowhere.
If not Klinklang, then certainly Klink.
They use energy to spin to create energy.
(If you want to reply, @GreenPepper , maybe best via PM, to prevent derailing the thread)
This is what overthinking Pokemon leads to . . .
Has a mouth (two actually), so it can eat.
"generates the energy they need to live." => Strongly suggests that the spinning is its primary/only source of energy needed.
Also the using energy to spin to create energy would be obsolete if it could just have a poffin.
(I realise that this is fanmade content, as is the assumption that Klink eats)
'generates the energy' doesn't exclude an external source of energy.
A generator needs fuel.
This is Pokemon. We follow no laws of physics. Ice cream cones, bags of trash and magnets live. There is no logic.
Yeah, if only we could have living plants of smiles.
I know right?
Mewtwo. Yeah I want a genetic monstrosity that can crush me with but a thought.
Just give me a swampert and shroomish please.
And everyone knows Espeon is the best Eeveelution...
Don't forget cotton candy and chandeliers!
I'm pretty sure Mr. Mime is just a creepy guy that dresses up as a Pokemon. We could easily battle with those without needing genetic engineering.
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