Their isnt one as its a constant coefficient. If your wanting to be clever :P
5 = Normal human.
10 = Bulletproof and able to lift a small car over your head.
110 = 300+ ton strength, (this may in fact not be an upper limit)
180 = Enough force to destroy the Earth's moon.
5,000 ~ 13,018 MPH in flight speed.
18,000 = Enough force to destroy the Earth. (possibly several times over)
90,000 = Faster than light.
Somewhere over 900,000,000 = enough force to destroy a quarter of the universe.
Somewhere over 14,400,000,000,000,000,000,000 = enough force to shatter dimensions and destroy the multiverse.
The above data suggests an exponential scaling for power levels.
Last edited by Laurcus; 2013-02-05 at 01:34 AM.
I always thought the reason the bullet bounced off of Goku was because he's a saiyan, tough skin and what not.
Just spouting out numbers doesn't really make any sense. There's no units of measurement.
But, something slightly related to this nonsense unit of determining one's strength. According to this chart, Superman has a power level of over 14,400,000,000,000,000,000,000. I guess that solves the Goku vs Superman debate, doesn't it?
Last edited by gunner_recall; 2013-02-05 at 03:28 AM.
The official ones are either from the manga or the Daizenshuu 7.
5 was Raditz's scouter reading of the farmer.
10 was Goku's PL on the very first episode (where he was shot in the forehead and picked up a small car)
180 was Roshi's when he blew up the moon.
5000 was Vegeta's reading on Goku when Goku was heading to the battle
18000 was Vegeta attempting to blow up the Earth.
The last two are rough estimates of Broly's and Super Buu's (w/ Gohan) PLs
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No. We dont know Goku's strength by the end of GT, and we dont know Super mans exact strength. Besides, super man is in my opinion a stupid character made to never be able to fail. Even through all the super things he does, that seems quite unrealistic and unreal to me.
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