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I have questions regarding the effects of radiation on Godzillasaurus.
Physical: Does radiation change them into looking like the original 54 Godzilla by coincidence, or is the Godzillasaurus some kind of sub species of the 54 Godzilla and radiation caused them to evolve/devolve?
Behavioral: The Godzillasaurus is naturally gentle, but radiation seems to make them more ferocious. Are they enraged because they are upset that they’ve been transformed, or does radiation just make them naturally more aggressive, like a guy on steroids or a alcoholic?
|Posted by Titan of Water on 3 February 2019 at 20:56.|
I think the idea is that the Godzillasaurus IS the 54 Godzilla. And the radiation may have made him more aggressive, but I think it also might've been being threatened by the bombs and testing and that's what pissed him off. Personally, I didn't like Godzilla vs King Ghidorah because of its many plot holes, including this. It's hard to tell what really happened.
|Posted by Matthew's Corner on 20 April 2019 at 11:57.|
You guys are both wrong. The Godzillasaurus wasn't the 1954 Godzilla. Time travel works in a closed loop. The Futurians ALWAYS went back in time to 1944, transported the Godzillasaurus to the ocean where it was struck by a nuclear submarine in the 1970s and mutated into the 1984-1995 Godzilla. The 1954 Godzilla was exactly what Dr. Yamane said it was; a completely separate creature. Godzilla vs. Destoroyah corroborates this.
There's also other things that point to it being a closed loop if you pay attention. Like the "Major Spielberg" scene.
|Posted by G&G-Fan on 14 August 2019 at 03:22.|