Cybertron size in Dark of the Moon

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  1. JJohnson

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    I'm watching Dark of the Moon, and Cybertron is obviously bigger than the Earth, but my question is, roughly, how big is it depicted? Twice as large?
     
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    10x's?
     
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    Yeah, easily 10 times the size of Earth. At least.
     
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    That part of Cybertron shown in the movie is only like a little bit of the side of the planet, so imagine the whole planet next to Earth. That thing is gotta be the size of Saturn.
     
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    Way bigger than 2x.

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    And that's just a rough diagram based on what little of the planet we get to see.
     
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    Looking at cybertron makes me hungry for honeycomb cereal
     
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    Well, considering the population of the transformers is close to the population of humans....
    figure out the size average size of an adult transformer (assuming its 19 feet), multiply it by the size of the average human, times the diametre of the earth.

    According to google, 5'5 is the average size of a human so and the diametre of the earth is 41 851 049.9 feet...
    5.5 X 19 X 41,851,050 = 4,373,434,725 = Diametre of Cybertron.
    4,373,434,725 Divided by 2 = 2,186,717,363 = Radius of Cybertron
    2,186,717,363 Cubed (2,186,717,363 x 2,186,717,363 x 2,186,717,363) = 10,456,298,195,066,446,516,505,951,147
    10,456,298,195,066,446,516,505,951,147 x 3.14 (Pi) = 32,832,776,332,508,642,061,828,686,601.6

    And there you go. 32,832,776,332,508,642,061,828,686,601.6 is Cybertron's volume in feet.
    ISNT MATH FUN?!
     
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    When you divide that by Earth's volume, whatever the quotient is, is how many times Cybertorn is bigger than Earth.
     
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    ...not really... I find my 8th grade Algebra 1 XL class quite boring...
     
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    awesome math my friend
     
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    Would a planet showing up that close to Earth wreck havoc(weather) on Earth like the cartoon Ultimate Doom.
     
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    I'd imagine the gravity well created by the sudden appearance of Cybertron in its entirety would eff with the tides/oceans (giant killer tsunami?) and the moon something fierce, at the very least.
     
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    We didn't really see any of the rest of the world during the brief moment when the Space Bridge was inactive and therefore not bending the rules of space and time.
     
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    That's pretty big.
     
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    You have just succeeded in giving me a migraine!:confused: 

    But yeah Cybertron is a hell of alot bigger than Earth.
     
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    Actually we kind of did, we saw Asia,South America, and some other locals while the Decepticons were launching the pillars.
     
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    I think it's safe to say that Cybertron is easily bigger than any of the first four planets in our Solar System, but I imagine that it would still be dwarfed by Jovian Planets such as Jupiter and Saturn. I'd say you could still fit a couple of Cybertrons into Jupiter's Great Red Spot.

    But not while Cybertron was in Earth's orbit.
     

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