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Wolverine and his Adamantium bones [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to kill Wolverine? Weapon X or The Wolverine, in an experiment underwent injection of adamantium into his body that covered up his skeletal. This made him kind of immortal....
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Can Wolverine swim?

I am talking about Wolverine with adamantium. I don't know the weight of Wolverine, but is Wolverine with adamantium bones rather heavier than with calcium bones? If some one has a canonical ...
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Could Wolverine survive a nuclear bomb?

According to the Marvel wiki on adamantium , A sufficient amount is capable of surviving multiple nuclear explosions with no damage. And an answer on another question here says that Wolverine can ...
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Out of two organic lumps of Wolverine, what decides which one would regenerate to full Wolverine?

Wolverine has regenerated from his skeleton. He can return from even a single cell. Cut off Wolverine's finger. A new finger will be grown from his body, but the dismembered finger will not be grown ...
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Can Deadpool be killed?

Thanos cursed Deadpool to not die anymore. He already had his head decapitated, but after his head was put back in place, he returned to life. Has anyone read anything about it? I mean, how to finish, ...
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In Logan, what disease is this character dying of?

In the 2017 movie Logan, is dying of some disease, which is causing him to age and not regenerate as well. When he is helped by the small town doctor, the doctor offers to run some tests to help ...
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Were Wolverine's claws formed as part of forming his Adamantium coated skeleton?

Were Wolverine's claws formed as part of forming his Adamantium coated skeleton? Or were they part of his mutation?
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Why does Darth Vader need to use a targeting grid on his Tie Advanced in ANH?

When Darth Vader - one of the best pilots and shooters in the Galaxy thanks to being a powerful Force user and Sith Lord - is hunting for rebel starfighters above Death Star in his Tie Advanced x1 ...
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How did Punisher kill Wolverine?

Of all the characters to kill off, Punisher, in a one-shot comic book called 'Punisher Kills the Marvel Universe', manages to finish off Wolverine. The wiki article is vague; how does Punisher kill ...
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How does the Muramasa Blade block Wolverine's regeneration capability?

Wolverine's mutant powers can't heal him faster if he is wounded by the red Muramasa Blade (not the old black). From the linked Wiki: In a subsequent fight with Captain America, the sword was ...
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Would Deathstrike's healing ability be able to save her?

In the second X-Men movie, X2, Wolverine defeats Deathstrike by injecting her with liquid adamantium. Considering that Deathstrike has a healing ability similar to Wolverine's, would she come back to ...
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Could the Muramasa Blade cut through Adamantium? What can't it cut through?

In a comment on my answer to How to kill Wolverine?, Thaddeus Howze commented: The blade's molecular properties will have no effect on his adamantium bones. I was under the impression that the ...
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Do Wolverine's cells ever die?

Wolverine has a prodigious healing factor, but does this mean that none of his cells ever die? A lot of human cells naturally die and are replaced, such as hair and skin. Not to mention red blood ...
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Did Wolverine's bones regenerate before being enhanced with Adamantium?

Wolverine had healing powers from the very start. Before Wolverine had his skeleton enhanced with Adamantium, his bones were breakable as shown in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Did his healing power ...
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Where are Wolverine's memories stored while he is almost completely annihilated?

As we saw here, here and here (among others), Wolverine has regeneration powers that are somewhat impressive. Here a quote from Thaddeus Howze's answer As long as there is a single cell (I suppose ...

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