Scientific Reason Behind Super-Strength of Iron Man’s Suit, Captain America’s Shield, and Black Widow’s Energy

Avengers: Age of Ultron released in 2015 to an overwhelmingly positive response all over the world.  Iron Man, Captain America, Hulk, Black Widow and the rest of the Avengers once again rose up to expel the bad guys and salvage mankind from the brink of extinction.

Yet again, we saw Iron Man firing energy beams from the palms of his hands, and bearing endless barrages of gunfire while he was at it. We also saw Captain America, yet again, miraculously using his circular shield to engage dozens of combatants simultaneously. And finally, there is the Black Widow, who doesn’t flinch when she gets injured. These last two people also seem to age “supernaturally” slowly. Is this all just movie magic? Can science explain any of this miraculous world?

How does all that happen? Does it make any sense?

We know you have plenty of questions, but fortunately, this video answers them all:

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Ashish is a Science graduate (Bachelor of Science) from Punjabi University (India). He spends a lot of time watching movies, and an awful lot more time discussing them. He likes Harry Potter and the Avengers, and obsesses over how thoroughly Science dictates every aspect of life… in this universe, at least.

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