"This blade ... is cooled down to just a few degrees above absolute zero in order to slice through even the hottest and hardest material with ease." Um, that makes absolutely no sense. Is this official information we're going on? Because the hotter the object is, the easier it is to cut. "A few degrees above absolute zero" isn't possible with a moving object, and would fuse to anything it touched. Panakalego Contribs - Edits 04:30, June 24, 2011 (UTC)
- Well this is what the website happened to say. Here's my opinion though: The reason the blade is cooled down to such a temperature is so that the weapon itself will not melt at all. The hot temperature of whatever it cuts through would also happen to cancel out "fusing to anything it touched", which you say is caused by the cold temperature.
- Other than that, if physics in Bionicle weren't at all like the physics that we're familiar with on Earth, chances are the same applies to Hero Factory, since it too is a fictional line. Cirvihi (talk) 14:31, June 24, 2011 (UTC)