Popular Twitter user @siroumaru96 caused a stir on social media when he shared a detailed “scientific analysis” of four iconic anime scenes, shedding light on these scenes from a real science perspective. international.
In the movie “Kiki’s Witch’s Delivery Service – Majo no Takkyubin”, there is a scene where Kiki rescues a boy who fell in the air. If we analyze this scene from a realistic perspective, it will reveal a surprising aspect. Assuming the boy’s weight was about 50 kg and considering the impact of the fall, it is estimated that Kiki lifted about 4.4 tons without too much effort. Apparently this defies the laws of physics in an impressive way.
Second scene, from the movie Violet Evergarden. When Violet took three steps on the water to end the grieving process of a father who had lost his daughter. According to analysis by user @siroumaru96, to achieve this, Violet would have to reach an incredible speed of 108 km/h, twice as fast as famous runner Usain Bolt, the fastest person on record. history.
The 3rd scene from “Komi-san wa, Komyushou Desu”, where Komi has her first text conversation with Tadano during a short break between classes, analysis reveals a remarkable feat. Assuming they write during a short ten-minute break, the recommended typing speed is 0.47 seconds per Japanese character. However, according to some studies, the most experienced people in Japan can only write up to 60 characters per minute (some characters require up to 10 strokes), but Komi and Tadano are fast. double.
The final scene, taken from Makoto Shinkai’s “Kimi no Na wa”, refers to Mitsuha and Taki’s meeting on the red stairs of the SUGA shrine. According to @siroumaru96, the probability of two people meeting at that particular point considering all the intersections and changes of direction from the station to the destination is extremely low, estimated at 1 in 29,975,208,460. That also means the probability of winning the lottery is even higher.
These revelations have sparked heated discussions among anime fans, combining the magic of these scenes with scientific logic in a truly surprising way.