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peter 05-06-2009 02:37 PM

giant monster biology
 
if you want,I'll tell you how,in scientific possibility terms,how godzilla and friends came in to being.

Mr.Onion 05-07-2009 04:01 AM

Re: giant monster biology
 
Go on, then.

peter 05-07-2009 04:24 AM

Re: giant monster biology
 
first of all,it has nothing to do with bomb tests. Thats a lie they tell you so they don't have to tell you the very long true story. Now,you all know that radioactive elements decay over time,there for millions of years ago,there were more. Some of this infested lakes and ponds,killing even microscopic life. Animals coming by to drink would die,poisonded by these radioactive elements. some times the bodys were swept in. Even after it died,the body would still twitch,hit with random electric charges. The bacterea die in these ponds,so no decay. The body actualy fossilizes with the radioactive elements! slowly but surely,dead cells begin to activate,reproducing other living cells. The thing hat rises out of the water resembles the creature that died,but its cellular structure would more acuritely be a waiking nuclear reactore! I could also tell you why aliens try to take over earth in the movies.

Mr.Onion 05-07-2009 04:34 AM

Re: giant monster biology
 
Quote:

dead cells begin to activate,reproducing other living cells.
Dead cells can't reproduce anything, on account of being dead and broken down.

peter 05-07-2009 05:16 AM

Re: giant monster biology
 
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Originally Posted by Mr.Onion (Post 249552)
Dead cells can't reproduce anything, on account of being dead and broken down.

the random radioactive elements re-animates them. As for broken down,the bacteria that cause decay die in this water

Mr.Onion 05-07-2009 05:39 AM

Re: giant monster biology
 
You don't need bacteria: The cell membrance decays on it's own, and without that, you can't have a cell. Also:
http://i224.photobucket.com/albums/d...eMan/morbo.jpg
Radioactivity does not work that way!

peter 05-07-2009 05:43 AM

Re: giant monster biology
 
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Originally Posted by Mr.Onion (Post 249555)
The cell membrance decays on its own

if that was true,mummification wouldn't be possible,stuff decays because bacterea eats it! lets stop arguing and get on to why aliens try to take over the world in godzilla films!

Pumpkineater 05-07-2009 05:59 AM

Re: giant monster biology
 
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Originally Posted by peter (Post 249556)
if that was true,mummification wouldn't be possible,stuff decays because bacterea eats it! lets stop arguing and get on to why aliens try to take over the world in godzilla films!

Ok, go on

Coolguy 05-07-2009 06:47 AM

Re: giant monster biology
 
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Originally Posted by peter (Post 249556)
if that was true,mummification wouldn't be possible,stuff decays because bacterea eats it!

Mummies do decay; Just very slowly. :p

Crabwarrior 05-07-2009 06:52 AM

Re: giant monster biology
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by peter (Post 249556)
if that was true,mummification wouldn't be possible,stuff decays because bacterea eats it! lets stop arguing and get on to why aliens try to take over the world in godzilla films!

In mummification, they use a technique to prevent the cells membranes from falling apart, but the inside of the cell would probably still decompose. Also, a dead cell never becomes living.
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Originally Posted by peter (Post 249553)
the random radioactive elements re-animates them. As for broken down,the bacteria that cause decay die in this water

Do you mean radioactivity just happens to hit enough cells in just the right way so they become living again? That's like taking a broken clock and shooting a machone gun at it, then expecting it to start working again. Also, in order for a cell to work, it needs blood. the blood would have already died, and been unable to transport oxygen. And fossilization? That means chemicals in the body get replaced by other minerals, slowly turning it into rock.

Megadog 05-07-2009 12:42 PM

Re: giant monster biology
 
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Originally Posted by Crabwarrior (Post 249564)
Also, in order for a cell to work, it needs blood.

Don't know for sure but :cough:singlecelledorganisms:cough:.

drgamer 05-07-2009 12:52 PM

Re: giant monster biology
 
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Originally Posted by Crabwarrior (Post 249564)
Also, in order for a cell to work, it needs blood. the blood would have already died, and been unable to transport oxygen.

Well, considering there are blood cells IN blood. Also, blood isn't 'alive'; it's PART of animals, but not alive itself...

As for why all this stuff works, plunonium (or something like that... no, it's not a real element, it's just a term/concept (sorta concept, I mean) for plot... I can't really explain it, although a certain website has it that lists tropes...)

Basically, if the plot wills it, it will happen. Also, Remember MST3000 Mantra....

AtkinsSJ 05-07-2009 03:16 PM

Re: giant monster biology
 
The blood thing: Think of the blood like a car. In a single-celled organism, all the sugars and vitamins and things don't have far to travel, so they can 'walk' the short distance. In larger animals, it's too far to walk, so they take the car.

Actually, that's probably an awful metaphor. Meh.

Connor S. 05-07-2009 03:58 PM

Re: giant monster biology
 
The blood transports oxygen to cells throughout the body since very few cells are actually in contact with the open air. Also- Your Psuedoscience has enough holes to be considered swiss cheese...

rmorrilly 05-07-2009 04:11 PM

Re: giant monster biology
 
you've really thought bout this havn't you...? lmao =P

Ubernoob 05-08-2009 10:28 AM

Re: giant monster biology
 
I still want to know why all those pesky aliens are trying to take over our world. By the way, does your theory explain why Cuddleyum, my octopus, grew so large?

peter 05-08-2009 03:09 PM

Re: giant monster biology
 
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Originally Posted by Ubernoob (Post 249696)
I still want to know why all those pesky aliens are trying to take over our world

they want walking nuclear reactors(which the giant monsters resemble on a cellular level )so that trhey have a end to all there energy shortages

Mr.Onion 05-09-2009 03:08 AM

Re: giant monster biology
 
That is on the same level as the Matrix as an awesome-sounding-yet-impractical plan.

drgamer 05-09-2009 11:12 AM

Re: giant monster biology
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by AtkinsSJ (Post 249607)
The blood thing: Think of the blood like a car. In a single-celled organism, all the sugars and vitamins and things don't have far to travel, so they can 'walk' the short distance. In larger animals, it's too far to walk, so they take the car.

Actually, that's probably an awful metaphor. Meh.

Maybe replace it with bikes or the subway system?

No wait, BOATS!


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