THE SCIENCE OF SUPERHEROES: HOW TO BECOME A SUPERHERO - CONCLUSION
By Alex Wiggan Hello there 'conclusion seekers' and welcome to the wrap-up of How To Become A Superhero. Ryan and I have had yet another interesting journey through the realm of The Science Of Superheroes and we've looked at some of the most fascinating superheroes (oh and Aquaman) known to man (and woman)! For those of you who have followed us all the way through to the end, I hope you've enjoyed seeing how easy it is for almost anyone to become a superhero! Oh you thought these guys had it hard, but the truth is they don't! Well that is if you don't think that training to become the fastest man alive, or becoming a world famous illusionist is particularly difficult.
The 16 'guides' to becoming a superhero are just the beginning and so now that you can see that a lot of the science behind super heroic abilities lies within the capabilities of most mortals, you can work out the rest for yourself! Come on, did you think that we were going to do everything for you? If you want to know how to become the Hulk, Superman or... Stan Lee, then you're going to have to figure it out in your own time!
Now, the big question that I'm sure that you all want to know is... did Ryan manage to impress any girls? Well, after 15 failed attempts (3 of the girls he asked out were lesbians), I am happy to say that following our discussion on how to become Captain Planet, Ryan asked out a girl and she actually said yes! I know, I was as surprised as you are. Anyway, he's been seeing her now for about three hours and so far she hasn't dumped him. This is a very good result! Apparently he's now got plans to take her out on Saturday for a slap up drive-thru meal, followed by a movie (that he's taped off the TV... on his VCR) and so fingers crossed she doesn't dump him before the weekend. Miracles do happen... through science!
That's all from us, but we'll return, so keep thinking science and maybe you too can become a superhero.