Somekind of continuation for the issue concerning Lana's spine and internal organs in the discussion of episode 5 of season 7, where Clark caught her mid-air and they came to a very sudden stop after falling few dozen floors. That issue was (was it?) more or less solved. I'm not planning to undermine everything, but every now and then something just gets stuck in my mind. You have anything stuck on yours? Chisel Can't remember the exact episode, but Lex stabs Clark with a chisel he picks up in the Kent barn, and the chisel gets all bent and twisted. Lana picked up the chisel and held it in her drawer for a short while. So, with this incident we are to believe that not only is Clark indestructible, but actually somehow subconsciously creates a rather aggressive counter-effect to whatever objects that hit him in such a manner that they would damage normal people? I mean, chisels are damned hard for the very reason that they could be used to work other materials with, and I can't see how Lex could even create such a momentum in the first place that which would destroy a chisel in any manner. If you or I should try stabbing a steel plate with a chisel with all our strength, all we'd get out of it would be twisted wrists. Not to mention that when the tempered material of a chisel would give in, it would rather shatter, or even splinter, rather than act like warm butter and melt like the chisel looked to have done. Any thoughts? What am I missing? Or does this fall into the category of "lack of consideration".