What is it that makes Superman so super? Is there any basis in ‘real’ science for the world’s greatest superhero?
He is known as the Man of Steel — the Last Son of Krypton. For more than 70 years, Superman has been an American icon and the world’s first and most recognizable superhero. From his beginnings as the featured character in his own 10-cent comic book, through multiple incarnations on radio, newspaper syndication, television, and the movies, Superman has emerged as the flagship hero of a publishing empire. In fact, the Man of Steel has become so ubiquitous, it’s as if he’s real!
But what if he were real? What if the Kryptonian named Kal-El, a humanoid being whose world orbited a far-off red star, was actually raised here on Earth? Would, in fact, such a being be capable of achieving the amazing feats of power commonly associated with Superman? And if so, how could his powers be scientifically explained?
For the first time anywhere, you’ll understand the logic and science that underlie Superman’s super powers. You’ll never look at the Man of Steel the same way again!
If you never seen this special on the National geographical Channel or bought the Special Edition of Superman Returns with a Special DVD Bonus disc "The Science of Superman." Here it is for you to see. Enjoy
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"Although Lex Luthor is your ultimate opponent, you will triumph over him, and when you show yourself to the world....it will be a different age than ours, Clark. A silver age of heroism...that will start when they look up into the sky at you...with hope for tomorrow. You will help everyone to embrace it."-Dr Fate