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What a way to go

27 Jul 2017 12:43 #55471 by Markiehoe
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What a way to go!

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27 Jul 2017 13:59 #55472 by Monty
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Markiehoe wrote: What a way to go!


I can only imagine this is a villain who has tried to shoot his way out of a robbery;

"Awww.....were you trying to kill me there?...Here, let me give you a little kiss for your efforts"
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27 Jul 2017 17:18 #55474 by slim36
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That could be a way to quickly subdue subjects if it works like rapid decompression. Survivors might enjoy it if they remember anything. The supergirl would need to tolerate the aftertaste.
A description of hypoxia: The first signs include both mental and physical effects. Mentally there can be a loss of judgement, self-criticism and short-term memory. This can be accompanied by an increase in reaction time and a kind of mental "tunnel vision". You may even become euphoric.

The physical effects include muscular incoordination and an impairment of colour, night and peripheral vision. Hearing also deteriorates. You may experience hot flushes and turn bluish at the extremities (cyanosis). Rapid breathing or hyperventilation is one of the early physical signs.

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27 Jul 2017 22:04 - 27 Jul 2017 22:05 #55482 by Engineered-Sorcery
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slim36 wrote: That could be a way to quickly subdue subjects if it works like rapid decompression. Survivors might enjoy it if they remember anything. The supergirl would need to tolerate the aftertaste.
A description of hypoxia: The first signs include both mental and physical effects. Mentally there can be a loss of judgement, self-criticism and short-term memory. This can be accompanied by an increase in reaction time and a kind of mental "tunnel vision". You may even become euphoric.

The physical effects include muscular incoordination and an impairment of colour, night and peripheral vision. Hearing also deteriorates. You may experience hot flushes and turn bluish at the extremities (cyanosis). Rapid breathing or hyperventilation is one of the early physical signs.


The problem is if she removes the oxygen too rapidly (in a manner similar to rapid decompression) there likely would be no survivors because the killer wouldn't be asphyxia, but rather collapsed lungs and damaged air passageways. Effectively she would be crushing the alveoli within the lungs, if not more, like pulling all the air out of a balloon. That's also not get into potential diaphragm damage or similar. Even just keeping her lips on her victim's would swiftly lead to permanent brain damage on the part of the person losing their air, as their brain no longer receives oxygenated blood and swiftly succumbs to a lack of energy.

Make no mistake, a move like this would NOT be non-lethal.
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27 Jul 2017 22:58 #55483 by Raa
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I recall reading the comic a long time ago. If I recall right, I don't believe it is a bad guy, but it was about 25-30 years ago.

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28 Jul 2017 00:08 #55485 by Raa
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28 Jul 2017 00:20 #55486 by Agent00Soul
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Raa wrote: slaymonstrobot.blogspot.com/2014/02/mani...-bonus-woman-of.html


Is he reading a girly mag in front of Kara while their daughter trashes the house?

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28 Jul 2017 00:24 #55488 by slim36
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yes, a small miscalculation could mean the difference between recoverable unconsiousness, and a shopping list of internal injuries (bleeding lungs, discombobulated stomach) But that's why they're super

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28 Jul 2017 01:07 #55490 by ace191
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Ok, according to my 1978 USNavy flight surgeon manual you have 18seconds of useful consciousness at 40 thousand feet which is 2.9 psi. So if SG dropped your lung pressure from 14.7 to 2.9 you would be out of it in 18 seconds. You can hang in there at 39,500 feet on 100% Oxygen.

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28 Jul 2017 01:19 #55491 by fats
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I've moved this to a new thread as it was becoming a topic in its own right.

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28 Jul 2017 02:59 #55493 by SCOTT R
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"Is he reading a girly mag in front of Kara while their daughter trashes the house?"

PEEK Magazine perhaps?
www.pulpartists.com/Manheimer.html
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28 Jul 2017 20:16 #55506 by Agent00Soul
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That's it - and that Manhemer article was fascinating!

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28 Jul 2017 20:31 #55507 by fats
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hypoxia training is quite fun, it's fun to see who can keep going the longest.

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28 Jul 2017 21:05 #55510 by AuGoose
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I'd tinkered with a little limited superbreath with Zoe overinflating and popping one of the lab-techs present at her apotheosis with a quick, sharp exhalation. A similarly sharp inhalation seems like it'd be just about as lethal, but leave a nasty aftertaste ;). Most of the time I have trouble getting behind the sheer volume of air being manipulated by superbreath. Still, as an arrow in the quiver for demonstrating an uberbabe's absolutely dominant superiority and fine control over the encounter, the ol' vacuum-kiss seems pretty enticing... Just maybe more fitting for a more experienced uberbabe. Something that requires practice to sustain a levels of suction just below the level of human-lethal.
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29 Jul 2017 05:37 #55520 by slim36
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Nothing like a quickie but gentle lung evacuation to the edge of consciousness. As the world goes gray dark with flashing lights of zetar, the subject is most susceptible to a dose of pheromonic breath

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