Tue 5 Sep, 2017 05:59 pm
Hey guys. So this is a bit of a stupid question that you would read in a comic book, but I wanna know what you guys think. Theoretically, if you were exposed to a fair amount of nuclear radiation at the same time as being exposed to high voltages of electricity, could your genes or DNA or whatever be mutated and be able to have abilities like extra high metabolism, faster brain functioning and processing, quicker healing, quicker reaction times, or being able to move at super-human speeds. It's a stupid question I know, I just thought it would be really awesome if something like this was possible. Keep in mind I don't have a PhD or anything I'm a high school freshman taking dual enrollment classes so don't be too hard on me. Thanks:)
I think it's a lot more likely it would just kill you.
You're probably right lol
If anything which would be at all plausible would give us superpowers, it would make sense to extrapolate from what currently works, and that's performance enhancing drugs. Of course they've got side effects. But if you were writing a modern day superhero story, let's say, and you wanted to give it a touch of realism, that could be a way to go.
I doubt I would write a book being dual enrollment with no time on my hands that I'm not spending on school, friends, or the gym, but maybe you could do something like that I read your bio. So hey thats an idea.
Oh thanks for reading.
Maybe - I've got a lot of things going on right now.
Me too like you wouldn't believe
I hear ya. What's dual enrollment?
When you're in high school and you take college courses on the side too.