will we ever have real life superhero’s

do you think technology, science, or medicine will get so advanced in the future that we actually get superheroes one day?

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Mabey we do, and they lay low knowing the freedom that comes with anonymity.

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We already do. They’re called Doctors, Nurses, Law Enforcement, Firefighters, Military etc.

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Meet Phoenix Jones!

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@Inmango no arguing they are heroes I don’t know about superhero’s though.

@biff_pow I knew the costumed crime fighters would be referenced but I’m talking about a “super”
Hero. Someone with superhuman abilities.

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The shade.

Sorry batman

Well, you’ve always got me.

They already exist, but once the government is aware of them, they are “tested”. I had a dream where this happened. During this dream “Era”, I was able to predict the future. I’ve also gained awareness whether in this timeline or another, we are born with powers- all of us- but some parents decide to inhibit or eliminate them. I also sensed a speedster.

Maybe, I just imagined all of this, but with so many examples, I have to believe the contrary.

They

EXIST!

You do know Chuck norris and Arnold Schwarzenegger are still alive right? The rock as well.

I think, so far. The closest was 911, when firemen police, off duty & on.

Innocent bystanders, ambulance, EMT’s etc, ran into 2 collapsing, burning towers.

Even Superman stood looking on comic cover saying “Wow” witnessing those heroes.

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Superheroes are live and well the thing about these characters is their ideals as long as the message doesn’t fade then they are as real as we are

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Yes, sometimes in life and death situations we see ordinary human beings do extraordinary things. Perhaps it’s adrenaline, or maybe it’s something else!

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Depending on how technology develops, it’s possible, but consider that since there aren’t real supervillains (again, meaning mad scientists and alien invaders and such), there’s not really the need for superheroes. Deploying a superhero’s level of gear and abilities on real criminals is called an excessive force lawsuit.

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