I would think this is similar to the different radioactive elements contained within the planet Earth (plutonium, uranium, cesium, etc.) We've been told in the comic books that green kryptonite, which is deadly to Superman, comes from the core of the planet Krypton.Likewise, the core of the planet Earth is radioactive and would kill any of us.I’m here to [hedge and say you want to meet new people], and I’d love to [flirtatious invitation].” C’mon, guys, you’re more than the sum of your Netflix queue! To give you some idea of how it’s done — and how it should never ever be done — we’ve compiled the 13 all-time funniest dating profiles out there.
The best description of Superman having his powers in the first place, comes from the Man of Steel movie. Green Kryponite radiation would work the same, except with absorption of it's toxicity of course.
His Kryptonian Cellular Physiology absorbs our Sun's radiation, providing enhancing features (to everything! But any said radiation is never stored, in a sense.
It stands to reason that if we were to end up on another planet, with a red sun, and if our cells were to consume the red sun radiation, giving us superpowers, that pieces of the Earth's core would still kill us - even if other beings on that planet were immune to it.
BTW - nothing in the comic books or movies or television shows says that kryptonite is exactly safe for humans either.
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