My proof is all the literature and film that arose in the fifties (a great era of radiation-induced creativity):
Here's a list of the monsters I've come up with so far:
|Godzilla defeating a terrible monster!|
My face looks like
Monster From Green Hell (again radiation from outer space).
Night of the Living Dead (radiation from a returning Venus probe).
Quatermass Experiment (An astronaught infected with living radiation).
Island of the Burning Doom (although radiation was used to kill the creatures it also was used to create them in the first place).
Hulk Smash! Did you really expect me to say
anything else here?
The Island of Terror.
The Atomic Kid.
Spider-Man. Let's not forget the radioactive spider (this still counts) that turned non-assuming pretty boy Peter Parker from a Justin Bieber to the web-slinging hero of New York City.
The Incredible Hulk (gamma radiation turned Bruce Banner into a green freak). That and muscles are just cool...afterall, guys that read comic books have no chance of getting them anyway. It makes total sense that radiation would be the answer.
Edward Cullen. Vampires sparkle. This is scientific proof that he is a radiation monster. If you don't believe me, there's a discussion going on right now at this link about whether or not the Incredible Hulk could beat Edward Cullen (one radiation monster slugging it out with another). In my professional opinion, Hulk wins.
|Hulk is angry cause he's ugly.|