artist:Derpbastian deformed foals medical_abuse mummah safe

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Derpbastian: So, at request by some random Anon on the Lilith's ultrasound comic, here's the aftermath and Lilith's reaction to her brand new (mostly rescued after birth) foals.

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niggerkiller1488: Damage as a result of waves requires resonance, but I'll take it.

Good job m8

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RQ: Heh heh i love these worthless horrible fleshlump foals. Reminds me of
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Anonymous1: In Heaven, everything is fine
You got your munstah babbehs, and I got mine
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deadweight: @RQ: Eraserhead flashbacks!
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Anonymous2: A story would be amazing for this, forcing the mare to raise the monsters... I would read it and expect much abuse.

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Derpbastian: @RQ: OMG, YOU, MY FRIEND JUST EARNED THE INTERNET! That's exactly a little easter egg/reference I put for the first foal! Didn't think someone would get it. Kudos on you!
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Anonymous3: @niggerkiller1488: Tell that to a brick of c4. If just a pressure wave, after all.
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Anonymous4: @Derpbastian: Well, I did ask for this, so thanks, and I am glad you where interceding in that.
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Anonymous5(4): @Anonymous: interested, not whatever that word means.
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Anonymous6: Would love to see the monster shitrats at an older age, hating their mother for how they are!

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Disintegral: @Anonymous: I'm betting that most, if not all, of them will be retarded because of what happened to them. Expect at least one to drown in its own vomit before moving out of the chirpeh babbeh stage.

@Derpbastian: A follow-up showing them when they've matured a bit would be cool, if you're up for it.
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Anonymous7: @Anonymous: I think the word you were looking for is "covfefe".

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niggerkiller1488: @Anonymous: well it requires either resonance or a lot of energy. The shockwave from any blast can either be viewed as 1 Hz or infinitely small because it hits only once. 1 Hz or ~0 Hz is a lot closer to the sub 100 Hz resonance frequency of most mammals than the ultrasound imager's 2 to 15 MHz.

Suspension of disbelief is always a good thing when reading fiction though.

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Micron: @niggerkiller1488: Where I work, we have a needle-sonicator. We need to submit special forms just to turn it on. Whatever we use it on gets torn apart.
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Anonymous8: I'd love it if you could do more of this

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niggerkiller1488: @Micron: that's the high energy part

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RQ: @Micron: Sounds like something we need to see in fluffy are more often

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Micron: @niggerkiller1488: But it does not consume much power. Nor is it big. About the size of a one-liter bottle, with a big metal needle on one end. Smaller than a normal ultrasound by far.

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Great_White_Nope: @RQ: just stuff them in the radiator and have the radiator woman dance and squash them

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niggerkiller1488: @RQ: the higher the frequency, the higher the energy of the wave. The needle you're describing is what focuses the wave in a small area, and as we know from basic physics, the smaller the area, the bigger the pressure you can exert with less force.

Imaging ultrasound spreads the sound waves across a large area so they can't really do any damage. If there was risk for the unborn children from ultrasound, it wouldn't be used at all.

But like I said, it's just fiction and a nice idea.

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Derpbastian: Woah, such good feedback only encourages me to continue! Thanks a lot, guys! I guess I will draw a follow up to this, as suggested/requested by some of you.

Also, I find really interesting (and am thankful for) all the debate about sonic stuff and waves and energy... in my defence, as a professional bullshitter I can disclose to you all that the chinese ultrasound device used was Cold War era sonar technology miniaturised, connected to a subwoofer, powered by a broken magnetron, all repurposed for heavy duty ultrasound imagery. That may be enough power and reverberance to tear off something as fragile as a fluffy!
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Anonymous9: Sorry that was for @Micron: