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    Theory: how FTG works. Why it's considered speed

    Many people bring up the argument that FTG isn't really speed because it teleports. Yet, Minato is known as the fastest ninja alive, so it has to be related to speed. So I'm theorizing how it works and why it's known as speed.

    FTG doesn't have any flashes or ripples like kamui. It's also been described as flying. I think there's a reason for this.


    FTG is a space-time jutsu. Speed is distance traveled divided by time. In other words space-time controls speed. I think that FTG uses space-time to launch someone at infinite speeds. Or, It might might put the user in something like hyperspace from star wars. A side effect is that it allows someone to travel through objects.


    What do you think about my idea on how FTG works. Be respectful and don't forget to rate.
     
         

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    Re: Theory: how FTG works. Why it's considered speed

    okay................................
     
         

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    Re: Theory: how FTG works. Why it's considered speed

    Its a reverse summoning without handsigns
     
         

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    Re: Theory: how FTG works. Why it's considered speed

    Minato was known as the fastest shinobi because he was incredibly fast even without FTG. Naruto has probably surpassed him in terms of speed now though.
     
         

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    Re: Theory: how FTG works. Why it's considered speed

    Minatos known as the 'fastest ninja' because he GETS there the fastest.
     
         

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    Re: Theory: how FTG works. Why it's considered speed

    FTG is Teleporting.
    Naruto's BM Speed is >= Minato's FTG Speed.
    Since they both dodged Raikage's full powered Punch.
     
         

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    Re: Theory: how FTG works. Why it's considered speed

    I agree but If you are really applying physics..then let me tell you buddy..there is no thing as 'infinite speed' .the fastest thing is the LIGHT which trvels with a velocity of 300000000 mps..nothing goes beyond that..
     
         

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    Re: Theory: how FTG works. Why it's considered speed

    Quote Originally Posted by abhiken View Post
    I agree but If you are really applying physics..then let me tell you buddy..there is no thing as 'infinite speed' .the fastest thing is the LIGHT which trvels with a velocity of 300000000 mps..nothing goes beyond that..
    Well..superluminal communications are faster than light..
     
         

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    Re: Theory: how FTG works. Why it's considered speed

    Quote Originally Posted by abhiken View Post
    I agree but If you are really applying physics..then let me tell you buddy..there is no thing as 'infinite speed' .the fastest thing is the LIGHT which trvels with a velocity of 300000000 mps..nothing goes beyond that..
    True, but if you could control space-time, you could overcome that limitation. See what I mean?
     
         

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    Re: Theory: how FTG works. Why it's considered speed

    Quote Originally Posted by Bijuu Bomber View Post
    Well..superluminal communications are faster than light..
    thats an exceptional case..they do not convey energy or information faster than light..anyway its off-topic..
     
         

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    Re: Theory: how FTG works. Why it's considered speed

    applying science to a fictional story makes no sense
     
         

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    Re: Theory: how FTG works. Why it's considered speed

    Do not apply science to Kishi's manga he made lightning overpower soil/earth.
     
         

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    Re: Theory: how FTG works. Why it's considered speed

    Quote Originally Posted by Naruto X man View Post
    Many people bring up the argument that FTG isn't really speed because it teleports. Yet, Minato is known as the fastest ninja alive, so it has to be related to speed. So I'm theorizing how it works and why it's known as speed.

    FTG doesn't have any flashes or ripples like kamui. It's also been described as flying. I think there's a reason for this.


    FTG is a space-time jutsu. Speed is distance traveled divided by time. In other words space-time controls speed. I think that FTG uses space-time to launch someone at infinite speeds. Or, It might might put the user in something like hyperspace from star wars. A side effect is that it allows someone to travel through objects.


    What do you think about my idea on how FTG works. Be respectful and don't forget to rate.

    Space-time jutsu: "The ability to bend space and time". Speed is rated on distance and time. If one can bend time itself AND space, therefore, space-time ninjutsu is the fastest of speed.
     
         

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    Re: Theory: how FTG works. Why it's considered speed

    Quote Originally Posted by caterpillar View Post
    Do not apply science to Kishi's manga he made lightning overpower soil/earth.
    I know right? Pokemon had it the right way.
     
         

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    Re: Theory: how FTG works. Why it's considered speed

    Quote Originally Posted by Thundercles View Post
    Space-time jutsu: "The ability to bend space and time". Speed is rated on distance and time. If one can bend time itself AND space, therefore, space-time ninjutsu is the fastest of speed.
    Nice man, nicely put.
     
         

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    Re: Theory: how FTG works. Why it's considered speed

    Quote Originally Posted by Naruto X man View Post
    Many people bring up the argument that FTG isn't really speed because it teleports. Yet, Minato is known as the fastest ninja alive, so it has to be related to speed. So I'm theorizing how it works and why it's known as speed.

    FTG doesn't have any flashes or ripples like kamui. It's also been described as flying. I think there's a reason for this.


    FTG is a space-time jutsu. Speed is distance traveled divided by time. In other words space-time controls speed. I think that FTG uses space-time to launch someone at infinite speeds. Or, It might might put the user in something like hyperspace from star wars. A side effect is that it allows someone to travel through objects.


    What do you think about my idea on how FTG works. Be respectful and don't forget to rate.
    Nice thread btw.
     
         

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    Re: Theory: how FTG works. Why it's considered speed

    Quote Originally Posted by Scrafty View Post
    FTG is Teleporting.
    Naruto's BM Speed is >= Minato's FTG Speed.
    Since they both dodged Raikage's full powered Punch
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    False and the justification is pathetic. Naruto may beat minato is speed at close range or even may not cuz obito was trolling it.
    Minato can get from north pole to south just as fast as to any kunai he has thrown near by. Naruto cant do that.
     
         

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    Re: Theory: how FTG works. Why it's considered speed

    Quote Originally Posted by Scrafty View Post
    FTG is Teleporting.
    Naruto's BM Speed is >= Minato's FTG Speed.
    Since they both dodged Raikage's full powered Punch.
    Lmao No, FTG is instant can't beat instant Naruto BM speed > Minato base speed

    FTG > BM speed
     
         

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    Re: Theory: how FTG works. Why it's considered speed

    You are right. People think because he's teleporting it's not speed, when in reality, it is speed. As you stated, Speed= Distance/Time. If something goes a distance, in an allotted amount of time, it is speed.
     
         

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    Re: Theory: how FTG works. Why it's considered speed

    he is teleporting... we can say its speed if we like
     
         

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