Generate anti-nuclear energy bacteria from G cells


Godzilla Theory 3

Generate anti-nuclear energy bacteria from G (Godzilla) cells

Biotechnology Institute

Kirishima Kazuhito


Since Godzilla’s appearance 35 years ago, various theories have been proposed regarding the secret of Godzilla’s life energy. The secret of life being able to survive despite being exposed to the radiation of hydrogen bombs is a riddle that must be solved together for the future of humanity. Based on the research of the late Dr. Yamane during the first Tokyo disaster and the achievements of Dr. Hayashida during the second disaster five years ago, we have now come one step closer to the mystery of eternal life.


Five years ago, part of its epidermis peeled off due to an attack by Godzilla using the latest weapons from the Japan Self-Defense Forces in the Shinjuku subcenter. As everyone knows, this was immediately recovered by the Self-Defense Force’s scientific unit and placed under the management of Okochi Research Institute. In the past, what appeared to be part of Godzilla’s outer skin was discovered in the Kurahama polder (land reclamation), but this is the first time that a piece of internal tissue has been collected. This piece of flesh, which I have tentatively named the ‘(Godzilla) cell,’ has now become the key to unlocking Godzilla’s eternal life. Cells surprisingly have the ability to self-regenerate, which is the basis for Godzilla’s immortal body. This is also in Dr. Hayashida’s theory, but there seems to be a secret to absorbing nuclear energy in the genes of C cells. The research we are currently conducting has revealed that this gene gives rise to bacteria that eat nuclei, that is, anti-nuclear energy bacteria. Although this is still at the theoretical stage and has not been experimentally proven, it is inevitable that current nuclear weapons will be rendered ineffective by this anti-nuclear energy bacterium, and we must treat it with great care and caution.


(From the presentation of the anti-nuclear energy bacteria theory at the Special Disaster Research Conference by Dr. Kazuto Kirishima of the Life Science Research Institute)