It has been closed on the grounds that it's asking for real world "scientific solutions or explanations". This is simply not true. I'm asking about how the technology (supposedly) works in-universe. I've been very explicit in the question about the in-universiness of the question, but this nuance seems to been misunderstood or ignored. IMO it is "hey, you mentioned a real-world physical law so that automatically justifies closure."
Do we really believe that the question "Is there acknowledgement in-universe that this violates this physical law?" possibly acknowledging that "This physical law doesn't exists in-universe" would be a valid answer, is not in-scope?1
It seems clear to me that it's fair game, and people can downvote as they like, but it's not a VTC situation. Assuming people agree, what is the action?
1(This is wiggle-room that I really don't think the writers would intend as the answer anyhow. I think we can reasonable assume that the writers intend the Marvel Universes to have the Earth revolving around the Sun, objects are made of atoms, and normal everyday object with are not super-related obey the laws of thermodynamics.)