In my fictional universe, I have several reaches and transformations and whatnot. Each power level is determined by the average power of a human. Humans are usually in a power scale of 1-5. This means that someone can be 5 times the strength of someone at maximum. Now. I need to figure out some calculations for a power scale system that starts with the power needed to kill someone with a single punch. This scale continues upwards with things like a Bus, A Tank, the average 2 story 3 bedroom home, a 3 story apartment. A small city, and eventually goes up to things like Earth, Mars, Sun, ect. Some can be estimated easily while others can't. I'm just looking for a general idea of things. "If the average human in my story is a 3, and it takes 1 punch to kill a human, how many punches would it take to destroy ""X"" object. if all the punches were combined into one. This person would have super powers and what not. Also, how many punches in my universe would equal a 1 ton explosion that would level a small apartment. This is vague and open but I need help putting the human punch onto a destructive scale Assume everything is constant, otherwise there are WAYYYYYYYYYYYY to many variables.