Immovable object and unstoppable force which wins

  • 2011-03-28, 10:22 AM#1

    Pit Lord

    who would win? unstoppable force or immovable object?

    so question is as stated. sure you would think the object that cant move and the unstoppable force would be kinda equal but 1 has to win. imma go with the unstoppable force. its unstoppable.therefor nothing can stop it. you may not be able to move the object but that doesnt mean nothing can go around it through it or under/over it.

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  • 2011-03-28, 10:25 AM#2

    The Patient

    The immovable object would win because it cant be moved, but the unstoppable force can go around the object therfore leaving the immovable object behind and winning.


  • 2011-03-28, 10:26 AM#3


    "Oh, you. You just couldn't let me go, could you? This is what happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object. You are truly incorruptible, aren't you? Huh? You won't kill me out of some misplaced sense of self-righteousness. And I won't kill you because you're just too much fun. I think you and I are destined to do this forever. "

  • 2011-03-28, 10:27 AM#4

    The Lightbringer
    this is so old!!!!!.

    but oke

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GeKSfIL4efE
    Originally Posted by sac

    so question is as stated. sure you would think the object that cant move and the unstoppable force would be kinda equal but 1 has to win. imma go with the unstoppable force. its unstoppable.therefor nothing can stop it. you may not be able to move the object but that doesnt mean nothing can go around it through it or under/over it.


  • 2011-03-28, 10:28 AM#5

    Pandaren Monk

    I'll just leave this here:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GeKSfIL4efE

    edit:
    DAMN! Loki beat me to it >_<


  • 2011-03-28, 10:31 AM#6


    I have no idea why this is such an amazing thing. Nothing says that the immovable object can't be shattered. It doesn't need to be moved, it just needs to be destroyed. The unstoppable force would eventually break the immovable object, it's of no consequence what so ever wether it moves or not.
    Oh the stupidity of this community is astounding. So yes you're right on the money there.
    Originally Posted by sac

    so question is as stated. sure you would think the object that cant move and the unstoppable force would be kinda equal but 1 has to win. imma go with the unstoppable force. its unstoppable.therefor nothing can stop it. you may not be able to move the object but that doesnt mean nothing can go around it through it or under/over it.

  • 2011-03-28, 10:40 AM#7


    If you shatter something nothing moves? Dear God you're smart.
    Originally Posted by The Wizards Hat

    I have no idea why this is such an amazing thing. Nothing says that the immovable object can't be shattered. It doesn't need to be moved, it just needs to be destroyed. The unstoppable force would eventually break the immovable object, it's of no consequence what so ever wether it moves or not.
    Oh the stupidity of this community is astounding. So yes you're right on the money there.

  • 2011-03-28, 10:40 AM#8

    Field Marshal

    Last edited by Tolami; 2011-03-28 at 10:41 AM. Reason: typo

    neither, it is physically impossible to create either. The unstoppable force requires infinite energy which to our knowledge does not exist. The immovable object on the other hand needs an enormous inertia which would come from an enormous amount of mass. So much mass that it would destroy itself.


  • 2011-03-28, 10:49 AM#9

    Scarab Lord

    1) Load the amount of weight I would deadlift onto the bench
    2) Unrack
    3) Crank out 15 reps
    4) Be ashamed of constantly skipping leg day

    They both win... bi-win.
    Originally Posted by sac

    so question is as stated. sure you would think the object that cant move and the unstoppable force would be kinda equal but 1 has to win. imma go with the unstoppable force. its unstoppable.therefor nothing can stop it. you may not be able to move the object but that doesnt mean nothing can go around it through it or under/over it.


  • 2011-03-28, 10:52 AM#10


    Mechagnome
  • 2011-03-28, 10:57 AM#11

    High Overlord

    this is philosophical paradox - equivalent of "all bulletproof armor" and all "armor piercing bullet" they can coexist, but one of them will loose their status/ability after execution of confrontation/empirical experiment


  • 2011-03-28, 10:58 AM#12


    I yawned as i opened this thread. That should give you a hint of the answer to your question!

  • 2011-03-28, 11:09 AM#13


    Did you ever consider why the big bang happend?..

  • 2011-03-28, 07:57 PM#14

    Pit Lord

    my friend code...

    5241-1925-7760 name toasty

    up for battles ...after 10/18/2013

    sorry no pole..i waited to long to add 1 and i dont see the option anymore


  • 2011-03-28, 09:59 PM#15

    Scarab Lord

    "Care about 'er? I love her! I'd kill everyone in the world and myself if she wanted it!"

    They cant both exist in the same universe. Its a logical fallacy.


  • 2011-03-28, 10:01 PM#16


    Unstoppable force will just move through the immovable object.

  • 2011-03-28, 10:08 PM#17

    Legendary!

    By Blood and Honor We Serve!

    It already happened. The result was horrific.


  • 2011-03-28, 10:09 PM#18


    The Patient
  • 2011-03-28, 10:13 PM#19

    Blademaster

    the answer is always batman


  • 2011-03-28, 10:17 PM#20

    Bloodsail Admiral

    BeeeeeeeoooooOOOOoooooooooooooooOOOO-FFFSSSHHHHHHHHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMMMMMMMMMMM!!!
    My attempt at being less of a pessimist was choosing Dawnbringer as my choice of server.
    I regret somethings! (like setting this in my signature)

    Ok, so they both hit, nothing happens, BUT! Just because they are the Immovable object and Unstoppable force doesnt mean they cant break. So after a few 500 SWINGS AND DODGES AND ABSOLUTELY NOTHING, they break at the same time and they fight to the death, the end.