As much as I like Goku and Vegeta, there is no way they can win this. Galactus is on a whole other level. Even his heralds like Silver Surfer is too much for the saiyans to handle. Goku and Vegeta are super powerful characters.
Despite their overwhelming individual power levels, Goku and Vegeta still have a long way to go to overpower and outthink Galactus. Add Silver Surfer to the planet-eater's aid and there is very little both Saiyans can do against these two giant cosmic beings.
Goku will wipe the ground with Avengers. In his Super Saiyan form he would have enough strength to defeat them. With his one punch he can destroy Iron Man's armour. A small ki blast will make the Hulk faint.
Originally Answered: Would Goku be able to defeat the Worthy Silver Surfer, who wields the Mjolnir hammer or would he be utterly beaten? He would be utterly defeated.
And if you think Goku has any abilities to defeat Venom, Venom assimilated the genetic information, and by extension the powers and abilites, of every entity that has existed or will exist in the universe, which included cosmic beings. Goku has little to no chance defeating this Version of Venom.
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Galactus may have immense power, but he needs to constantly feed on planetary-levels of energy to sustain it. Goku, on the other hand, often reaches his most powerful form when he's at the very end of his rope. So while Galactus would get weaker as the fight went on, Goku would get stronger, giving him the edge.
Although he can die in some ways, Galactus is nigh immortal and – due to his amazing powers and abilities – can be considered an ageless entity that is going to outlive everything.
You aren't going to damage your engine using a higher octane fuel than necessary, but you will waste your money. Higher octane only prevents detonation due to high compression engine needs. It does NOT provide more power for your low compression engine.
Is it okay to mix 87 octane and 89 octane fuel together in my car? Yes. You will not harm your car by mixing different octane grades of the same gasoline providing your car's engine is designed to run on less than 89 octane fuel and you are not using E85 in a non-E85 compatible engine.
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