I have a difference of opinion with a friend. I said that if there was a steel bar jutting 4 feet out of a building, 6 feet off the ground, the $6MIL man would not be able to bend it. My reasoning was that due to his lack of weight, the result of any force he exerts on the bar would have the result of he being lifted off the ground, in essence doing a chin-up. My friend disagrees, and his thought was that if he can exert enough force (F=MxV) he would be able to bend the bar, regardless of his weight. Any physics people here?