you said a spartan killed two people in the exoskeletons and harmed the others...
I said Chief killed 2 ODSTs and injured the other two. Spartans don't kill fellow Marines unless it's an accident. Let me clarify each battle that I mentioned:
-At the age of twelve, a team of spartans infiltrated a military base to steal a flag from its center, as part of a training exercise. They were only equipped with tranq pistols, and did not have any protection aside from white t-shirts and sweatpants. They didn't steal any lethal ammunition because they don't kill fellow Marines
-After physical augmentations, a squad of spartans were pitted against 3 marines who were wearing exosuits. Each exosuit was equipped with a mini-gun that fired stun rounds. The Spartans were unarmed. Again, no Marines were killed, since Spartans don't kill fellow Marines. The Spartans merely disabled the suits by ripping open the hydraulic ports, or just knocking them senseless.
-After physical augmentations, Master Chief was attacked by 4 ODST soldiers who were apparently PO-ed that he accidentally damaged one of the weight lifting machines. He accidentally killed 2 of them and gravely injured the other two, since he had no control over his stregnth. Other Spartans also accidentally killed their trainer when they were sparring with them, for the same reasons. Once again, Spartans don't kill friendlies.
- you can't really infuse something like a bone
It wasn't an infusion; it was a reinforcing graft. If I said infusion, I meant to say graft.
carbon fiber is strong and light but it needs to be covered in something cause its highly irritant
The graft was designed to be non-reactive and non-irritative. It's like how doctors fix broken bones; they set the bone and will sometimes attach the bones with titanium spikes or screws to keep the bones in place while they heal. Those titanium attachments were designed to be non irritant. Same goes with the graft.
Also keep in mind that not all Spartans survived the procedure. Since they were still 12-13 years old, some Spartans experienced growth spurts during the grafts, which caused their boned to become pulverized.
isn't alloy a metal term
Fine, let's call it a mixture, if we're going to get this into semantics.
ceramic needs to break in order to work
Not the kind used in composite tank armor (technical ceramic, I think it's called)
and it wouldn't make it near indestructible-far from it
The bones aren't indestructible, they're just unbreakable. You can still punch holes through the bones with armor piercing bullets. It's just high pressures that normally shatter bone will not break these reinforced bones. That's why most Spartans suffered no broken bones when they fell to the ground from high orbit.
high orbit drop?
Yeah, a high orbit drop. It's like skydiving to the ground from space...without a parachute.
-how much slower, still in hundreds of meters/s?, i'm confused cause whenever i read about increased reflex and stuff its the suits response to movement, you just can't move that fast
It's around 100 meters per second. And keep in mind that these aren't normal humans; they were augmented before they fought the exosuits. Considering how Spartans can run at around 35 miles per hours, I'm sure Spartans can dodge stun rounds.
-well i doubt long since it soluble so a flamethrowe like weapon would do
Human flesh is soluble in concentrated acid, yet it takes a while for concentrated acid to eat right through it. I'm pretty sure solid Titanium A will take even longer for acid to burn through.
And a flamethrower, wtf? Since when does solubility in acid automatically mean fire can effectively destroy it? Titanium has an enormous melting point; It takes several bursts of super-heated molten plasma to melt through it. The only flamethrower I can think of that can effectively get past that armor is the one from Halo 3, and that one has an extremely short range and weighs as much an an HMG, if not more.
- i still don't get how the bones would break, speed doesn't matter
It's the force from the velocity that breaks the bones. For example, if you weight-lift and you try to lift a weight that's too heavy, you'll strain yourself and can tear a muscle. There's no extermal force acting on your muscle, so wearing all the padding in the world won't prevent you from tearing a muscle, since the muscle is subjected to internal forces rather than external. Same thing goes with the Marine's arm: he raised his hand so fast that his bones can't handle the speed and it merely snapped.
- i know you didn't say that, k just that a 600kg thing on two tiny legs walking on tiles and other easy to break stuff would make noise when they break
Well, that depends on what battlefield they're fighting on, I guess.
-i could just as easily say that with a spartan punch, heck it doesn't even send those tiny grunts flying
I'll concede that, although he wasn't using his full stregnth when hitting grunts.
considering that you can kill an alien in a metal exoskeleton with one hit sounds pretty strong to me,
Spartans can do the same thing.
armor doesn't do much in increasing your strength its the thing that moves with ya
Except Spartan armor DOES make you stronger. It doubles or triples your stregnth, if I remember correctly.
- so if the shield blocks everything then how can they breath?
It's permeable to air, which is why the helmet has filters in case the environment gets contaminated.
- no i don't and a cut jugular is still cut
I can't see Alcatraz sneaking up behind Chief since Chief has a motion sensor that has a radius of several meters.
didn't the spartans lose cause they were betrayed?
Since when did Spartans lose?
btw if the spartan armor has a fusion cell and you said it doesn't need to recharge then why do shields need to recharge?
The shield has its own generator and power source, and isn't fed by the fusion reactor.