The Popular Mechanics writer did what any dedicated fan would do: ask a bunch of scientists to show how improbable such a beast would be.is set to open on Friday, so a
According to the analysis, Godzilla would weigh in at a head-spinning 164,000 tons, 150 to 1,500 times the theoretical weight limit for land animals. By contrast, the Argenitosaurus, the largest dinosaur to ever roam the Earth, weighed a comparatively paltry 100 tons and measured just 70 feet tall. Godzilla wouldfor breakfast and still be hungry by noon.
Of course, if he were real, Godzilla's bones would need to be stronger than some titanium alloys to support his enormous heft. But, you know, details.
Here's hoping whoever's charged with trying to stop Godzilla in the new Godzilla movie gives up before he's crushed under those massive, 164,000 ton-carrying feet. You can watch Godzilla in action starting Friday in theaters nationwide.