1:505:12The Physics of The Flash's Infinite Mass Punch! (Because Science wYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipWhen you move as fast as the flash your mass increases. According to what's called the Lorenz factorMoreWhen you move as fast as the flash your mass increases. According to what's called the Lorenz factor. And it increases the closer you get to the speed of light or see.
Flash's Infinite Mass Punch is a super power that he draws from his connection to the Speed Force. The Infinite Mass Punch is a super power that allows Flash to overcome relativistic effects and accelerate his mass near infinity. In fact, the mass is accelerated near the mass of a white dwarf star.
Flash: The Infinite Mass Punch Superman is not someone who is durable enough to boast such a feat. The Infinite Mass Punch uses the Flash's extreme velocity, barraging the opponents with punches so potent they could disintegrate on impact. And here's the thing – only one of those punches was able to knock Superman out.
The Flash's command of his powers allows him to perform what's come to be known as the 'Infinite Mass Punch' - a move that could take down Superman.
Flash would have the greatest punch, because he can run faster than light. This means that he would be able to throw a more-than-infinite mass punch which is much much much stronger than superman or hulk. Originally Answered: Who has the hardest punch?
One of the Flash's better known abilities is the incredible Infinite Mass Punch. Although the returned Barry can also use the Infinite Mass Punch, we're attributing this particularly awesome power to Wally.
Not his super speed itself, but all of his momentum and kinetic energy yes. Superman could then start moving at super speed again, after the Flash has done this.
Superhuman Strength: The Flash can use his speed to boast his natural strength, allowing him to easily carry multiple people while running at super speed. Wally's strength combined with his speed allowed him to hit Ultraman with the force of one hundred thousand punches, with one punch.
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