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Old 05-10-2010, 11:46 PM   #117
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Re: Naruto and "Granny" Tsunade

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Originally Posted by TheThinker View Post
u silly fool u even proved yourself wrong in your own statement. every other time they use the name lightning to describe it or raiton. yet on that particular panel it clearly states that it is electricity.. why would the author go out of his way to say electricity instead of lightning when unlike kubo kishi pays attention to detail? because it is not such until fully proven otherwise i will not believe such because u dont not present a strong arguement i understand in the real world they are the same thing to a certain degree but not fully.. think of it this way do u use lightning to power your house or electricity?
Whatever. believe what u want. We are not talking about powering my house. It stated electricity because it attacked his nervous system so electricity would be a better word considering human bodies, especially the nervous system send and receive "electric signals" througout the body. I would have to agree that using "electricity" would be better in that situation where Kishi was trying to describe what she did to Kabuto scientifically, with some technical detail, as opposed to the usual "just making nature chakra and this happens" in a sci fi sense. Tsunade clearly said she "changed her chakra" When we say lightning we tend to think destructive, explosive power, which is not what she was using it for. A rose by any other name is still a rose. And a fool, even by a name that would imply that they have a descent mind is still a fool
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