One flaw in the Decepticon's plan.

Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by Rusty24, Oct 9, 2011.

  1. Rusty24

    Rusty24 Well-Known Member

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    I'm not talking about the scientific inaccuracies, but rather the fact that there was a huge chance that the moon could collide with Cybertron.
     
  2. soundwaverulls

    soundwaverulls Taking a break

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    They probably planted giant bombs in it that now, will never be detonated.
     
  3. danGTR4

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    I think the moon would start to orbit around cybertron as its moon, earth would do the same.
     
  4. Autobot Burnout

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    Considering that Cybertron is implied to be pretty damn huge, many times the size of the moon, any damage caused by an impact with the moon on Cybertron probably would have been repaired by slave labor, which was the whole point of bringing Cybertron to Earth in the first place. Not like the Decepticons cared.
     
  5. Pauly T

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    Any initial cosmetic damage to the surface of Cybertron a collision with the moon would cause is insignificant in the light of the survival of the Cybertronian race and rebirth of the homeworld.
     
  6. RedWolf

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    Uhh Guys what makes you think the Moon and Cybetron would be occupying the same Lagrange point?