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Post Reply How many Koalas would it take to bring down a Kodiak bear?
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Posted 1/7/15
It's just a matter of how many koalas the Kodiak bear would eat before it gets full and walks away.
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Posted 1/8/15 , edited 1/8/15


If the slightly angrier subspecies of koala, the infamous "Drop-Bear" was involved, the big fellow is #%£¥ed..
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Koalas are absolutely ridden with STD's
http://gawker.com/5812081/koala-bears-are-std-ridden-beasts

So one koala, with a dim room and some candles, can technically bring down the entire Kodiak bear species.
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Posted 3/29/15
I feel bad for the Koalas.
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All of them. SEND FORTH THE KOALA BEARS.
Posted 4/1/15
A whole lot of them haha
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Posted 4/2/15 , edited 4/2/15
How ever many it'll take to cause a heart attack.

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Posted 4/2/15

davideus23 wrote:


kamaitachi5587 wrote:

Well lets look at this scientifically.

F=m X a

A koala can weigh from 4-15 kg. For this experiment I will be using a 13 kg koala.

13kg X 299792458 m/s^2 (or C if you prefer) = 3,897,301,954 N of Force.

So 1 koala traveling at a speed of C. Will easily wipe out a Kodiak.




I can't very well argue with the mathematics you have so plainly laid out.
That is a lot of newtons.


Fig newtons?
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Posted 4/2/15
One. It will bring it down with the cuteness.
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Posted 4/24/15

serifsansserif wrote:


davideus23 wrote:


kamaitachi5587 wrote:

Well lets look at this scientifically.

F=m X a

A koala can weigh from 4-15 kg. For this experiment I will be using a 13 kg koala.

13kg X 299792458 m/s^2 (or C if you prefer) = 3,897,301,954 N of Force.

So 1 koala traveling at a speed of C. Will easily wipe out a Kodiak.




I can't very well argue with the mathematics you have so plainly laid out.
That is a lot of newtons.


Fig newtons?


IS THERE ANY OTHER KIND?!
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Posted 4/24/15
I'm not sure Koalas would be able to do significant damage to a Kodiak bear in a fight...
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Posted 4/24/15 , edited 4/24/15

davideus23 wrote:


serifsansserif wrote:


davideus23 wrote:


kamaitachi5587 wrote:

Well lets look at this scientifically.

F=m X a

A koala can weigh from 4-15 kg. For this experiment I will be using a 13 kg koala.

13kg X 299792458 m/s^2 (or C if you prefer) = 3,897,301,954 N of Force.

So 1 koala traveling at a speed of C. Will easily wipe out a Kodiak.




I can't very well argue with the mathematics you have so plainly laid out.
That is a lot of newtons.


Fig newtons?


IS THERE ANY OTHER KIND?!


YES!!!!








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Posted 4/25/15 , edited 4/25/15
Better question: Could the Koalas even damage the Kodiak?

This reminds me of a thread on the Discovery Channel forums way back when. Someone asked how many dachshunds it would take to defeat a lion.
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Posted 4/26/15
well koalas dont really have a reason to leave gum trees as long as there are fresh leaves and that bear isnt climbing as high as a koala so unless it can find a koala on the ground the bear would starve before it got a koala
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