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Okay, so in order to ask the question this topic is about, I must first ask this: How big is Spherus Magna? Some rocky planets bigger than jupiter have been discovered in real life, but that just doesn't sound right. Which brings us to what this is all about: How do the MU inhabitants not feel an extraordinary - literally bone crushing - difference in their weight once they step out of the MU onto SM, or for that matter, out of the MU onto Voya Nui or Mata Nui? Obviously Aqua Magna is huge, so big that you can see a full view of a robot the size of a planet stand on the surface without penetrating the atmosphere or altering the orbit even remotely, which is already stretching it, but it is still much smaller than SM! That would mean that just that single chunk of SM would be almost a hundred times larger than Jupiter! If somebody accustomed to living on Aqua Magna was suddenly transferred from there to the MU (how strong is the artificial gravity anyway?) onto SM, they would literally be reduced to a mere puddle, regardless of how metallic their form is. I mean seriously, what the heck is with that? For that matter, how did the Glatorian, Agori, etc. even evolve into a human-like shape, if life could even exist on that planet, it would be short, sturdy, and probably either immobile or like a tissue, able to rip with the slightest movement. Heck, I can't even see intelligent life evolving on a place like that, let alone a life form similar in shape to humans but is much taller with legs that even on earth would be too skinny to carry them without an uncomfortable level of stress. Truth be told, SM shouldn't even exist if that's the case, it would've collapsed under it's own gravity. And what about Solis Magna, the star it orbits? How big would that have to be? It would be like VY Canis Majoris on steroids that are themselves on even more steroids! Please explain this stuff, it makes like... less than no sense.