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merelypassingtime: butterflygrl62: merelypassingtime: But, if one of the things that Thanos was... [Apr. 22nd, 2019|07:04 pm]
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But, if one of the things that Thanos was sooo proud of was that the Snap was fair and impartial, then did he himself have a 50/50 chance of being dusted?

And if he had, would the Gauntlet have dusted with him?

Man, we’d be screwed then.

And if the Gauntlet didn’t dust, how easy would it be for the remaining Avengers on Earth to just pick it up and undo the Snap?

Either way, Endgame would be so much shorter…

My question is - if he dusted half of everything alive - never heard it was limited to humanoids, did he remove half the vegetation? Animals? Fishes? The goal was to half the population so they had twice the resources to survive. But if the snap eliminated half of the crops….

Yeah… That’s a good point.

Thanos is not one of the great thinkers of our time.

No wonder facing down Tony scared him. ;)

Not only that, but a surprising number of plants and animals rely of symbiosis with other creatures to survive. many plants wouldn’t be able to survive without the fungi around their roots helping them to filter minerals. Humans would starve to death without our gut bacteria.

Basically, whatever survived the snap would probably die anyway.
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