Pikachu’s attacks should have sent more than one to the hospital.
Throughout the Pokémon anime we have been able to see how the laws of physics and nature were not fulfilled time after time, since this not only affects the fact that a ten-year-old boy can carry a Pokémon that weighs 72 kilos on his shoulders like nothing, thereby giving rise to Ash should have broken his spine years ago.
However, something that is more common than this is the fact that many Pokémon attack humans in one way or another, being the most common Team Rocket receives an attack from any Pokémon and go flying through the air, falling without any consequence on their bone structure or anything like that.
In fact, there is a theory that says that Jessie, James and Meowth are clones, so that every time some of them die (after hitting the ground), they are replaced by others, this being something that doesn’t make sense because in one chapter they were seen landing without major consequences other than a couple of scratches.
Humans in Pokémon would be like Captain America
In this way, a new theory has been arrived at, which in this case speaks of pokemon humans are superhuman, thereby allowing them to survive all kinds of Pokémon attacks. In fact, it is something that would make a lot of sense, since this would explain the reason why Ash and company have been able to do athletic jumps in the past without suffering any type of damage.
On the other hand, another point that reinforces this theory is found in the fact that Nurse Joy doesn’t heal humans. thereby giving rise to the fact that they do not need it because they have a healing factor. However, this point should be taken with tweezers, since in the first season a human hospital was seen.
Be that as it may, it is a crazy theory that has emerged among the Pokémon community recently, being quite difficult for The Pokémon Company to confirm. However, we must not stop highlighting a fact, because if humans are so powerful in this universe, it would make sense that the Pokémon obey them.
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