View Full Version : Could a kaiju be real?
March 3rd, 2004, 08:38 PM
<font color='#FF0000'>i know that some kaiju like gigan and megalon cant be real but
what about ebirah,ookandaru,kumonga,kamacuras they are animals that were exposed to radiation. could we get some animals and make them grow and not die after a few minutes or days. is that possible?
March 3rd, 2004, 10:32 PM
I believe so. But here's my theory on the whole radiation scenario:
When an organism is exposed to radiation, it is physically deformed when exposed to a decent amount of radiation. But the, if I am not mistaken, nothing can grow larger from radiation. The organism would be deformed, but would die after it has been exposed to heavy amounts of radiation over time. The whole idea of giant monsters being made from radiation is a nice idea, but not really true. Like I said, the organism would die from heavy amounts of radiation and would develop deformaties. but it would not grow to enormous sizes.
So yes a kaiju could be real if an animal from the dinosaur era somehow survived all these years. But kaiju being a reality when exposed to radiation, no. The organism would die after being exposed to a sizeable amount of radiation. The only way a kaiju could be real is if a dinosaur survived somehow and appeared, or the heavens brought a new creature to this world without our knowing.
That's my take.
March 27th, 2004, 12:21 AM
Well godzilla can be, but he'd have to be like a T-rex, he has to be about only 10-20 feet tall. It'd be like having another dinosaur, but then it really would be impossible, the only way to get soemthing like that would be to do what they did in Jurassic park. But that's almost impossible, because you can hardly find any Dino DNA or maybe there is no more dino DNA left.
April 28th, 2004, 07:14 AM
<font color='#48CCCD'>It is very possible. Like what happened in GINO an iguna mutated by radiation.
April 28th, 2004, 03:45 PM
*takes in a deep breath* Yes and No.
Yes as in the fact that you could have a giant creature, just not in the 200+ feet range (It'd be too damn heavy and there'd be not enough food in the world to feed it). I doubt it'd be able to breath fire either. Nothing except some species of reptiles (and to a lesser extent insects) regenerate things, but that's usually just lost tails USUALLY.
But yes... you'd more sooner have a GINO-ish monster than a Godzilla-like one.
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May 6th, 2004, 10:30 AM
<font color='#FF0000'>it is possible but all the correct mutation would have to take place and it would be gradual taking at least 4 generations to just to get the changes in the DNA code would virtuallly impossible you would need a miricle which is what godzilla is
May 6th, 2004, 11:06 AM
Radiation kills it doesnt make things grow, maybe a few mutations from exposure but never a giant monster, If it was possible scientist would have already done it.
May 30th, 2004, 03:52 AM
I'd sooner have a chance of manufacturing tachycon with my bare hands, than natural circumstances bringing a kaiju about.
If you had the resources.... several trillion dollars worth, mind you, and the years and the committed staff...... perhaps you could create one.
But that won't happen for another 150 years or so, not because we lack the technology, but because the next century is going to be a literal Dark Age without oil. It'll take us that long just for us to resume our course.
May 30th, 2004, 06:54 AM
NO any way a nuceleor blast would kill not mutate a creature it is 5% chane that it would mutate a creature!!!!!!!!!
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