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X-Men makes no sense

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How does a gene mutation allow you to teleport, control the weather or fire lasers from your eyes? Am I missing something here?

Last time I checked, gene mutation doesn't work like that :hmm:

Maybe it could result in an extra toe or something, but I doubt gene mutation allows you to bend the laws of physics.

I like X-Men, though :cat:

P.S. Double posted again, apparently, very sorry. I beg your pardon, thank you.

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Well, you are right! Gene mutation dont make sense, but X-Men is a film!! Not reality!

And films are allowed to bend laws! :D

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They're not real?!

:cry:

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How does a gene mutation allow you to teleport, control the weather or fire lasers from your eyes? Am I missing something here?

Last time I checked, gene mutation doesn't work like that :hmm:

Maybe it could result in an extra toe or something, but I doubt gene mutation allows you to bend the laws of physics.

I like X-Men, though :cat:

P.S. Double posted again, apparently, very sorry. I beg your pardon, thank you.

I don't know, ask Stan-Lee :passifier:

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And men can't fly. And radiation just not turn us into giant green monsters. Etc.

I think we are all aware this is unrealistic....

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Well, you are right! Gene mutation dont make sense, but X-Men is a film!! Not reality!

And films are allowed to bend laws! :D

X-Men was a comic book series before it was a film.

As with anything fiction, you're expected to suspend your belief in reality and enter a world where things are different. No spider bite will cause a person to spin webs like spiders do, yet we accept the existence of a comic book super hero like Spiderman.

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I agree, but Spiderman on the other hand is perfect science.

Now if only I could find me a radioactive spider to prove it! :P

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X-Men was a comic book series before it was a film.

As with anything fiction, you're expected to suspend your belief in reality and enter a world where things are different. No spider bite will cause a person to spin webs like spiders do, yet we accept the existence of a comic book super hero like Spiderman.

We know comics are comics just like superman and spiderman, and we also know that it is not reality.

Surely, you dont belive that someone from an unknown planet can come and save the world do you?

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