Hello, I wanted to ask a theoretical question concerning something I was discussing with friends off-hand. If a persons skin could take a blow of force that equeled (a sharp point, lets say a knife edge) 3x the Earths core pressure in "bar" or "pascals", something in the millions-billions without their skin being damaged, deforming etc and them simply stumbling as if punched normally. What would be all the physcial ramifications of this? what energy processes without changing the above example would be in effect? for example would their skin have to be super dense not to break? resistant to heat from frictions of those pressures? This is not a trick question as I do not know the answers to these questions but I was hoping someone who understands this science could extrapolite on what this would mean to this person if their body could take such force and still stand without much harm. On a larger scale, assuming for the area of say 1 square mm they could take the above pressure of 3x earth core pressure (9 million bar+) then take the theory that they could take 10x+ the pressure at the core of the sun on their skin without it deforming or breaking, how would this affect their physiology? their energy? etc I apologise in advance if theorised questions like this are not allowed, I may not have understood the rules.