I have read in the survival guide that the typical Na'vi is probably 4 times stronger than the regular human. The page on this wiki about the Na'vi says that pound for pound, humans are probably stronger. Jake Sully's avatar body looked physically stronger than the bodies of the male Na'vi, so does that mean humans are physically stronger? Does gravity play a role in determining the level of strength? How much does a typical Na'vi weigh?
I personally believe that pound for pound, a human would be stronger than a Na'vi. The Na'vi body structure is more willowy and doesn't seem like it can support a lot of weight. The human body structure seems sturdier and more able to support weight. So what do you think?Read more >
I absolutely loved this movie and I also have to say that this is one of the best films I have seen. I can't wait for Avatar 2 and 3 to come out. After watching a great movie of this magnitude, it's only natural for one to ponder the various "why's" and "how's" of the movie. This is my main question: Why did the humans show no signs of genetic engineering?
The year is 2154, and surely by then, humans would have found a way to genetically engineer themselves to be more physically and mentally desirable. For example, wouldn't they just engineering themselves to be 8 ft tall, weigh 300 lbs, be 10 times stronger than the regular unengineered human while retaining super high intelligence? Maybe it's because we don't have genetically engineered a…
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