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Now, when it comes to sheer physical strength, not size matters. A man named Goran Vuckov is over 6 feet tall and weights over 250 pounds. But what sets him apart from other athletes is his agility.
He has lifted more than 30 world records, including the men’s bench press, the deadlift, and the weighted sum of the two. That makes him stronger than any human being who has ever lived.
But there’s a reason those are all “recorded moves.” It is hard to do them without practice. And Vuckov had to find a way to channel his energy into workouts so he could accomplish this constant stream of movements.
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Both Tokyo Godzillas are fictional characters that have been represented in film through various studios over the years. The original Japanese concept of Godzilla was much different than today’s interpretation. Creator Max Tross brought inspiration from Asian monsters such as Mothra, Rodan, and Ghidorah in creating Godzilla. When he presented his design to director Ishir Honda, he added an extra foot combined with a strong tail for more tension.
While there were other dragons in the movie, what really got people talking was when the monster grabbed one of its victims by the top of their heads.
Today, Hollywood creates everything about Godzilla; however, Japan helped create the look and feel by incorporating radioactive elements into the creature’s body. What looks like nuclear decay is actually green paint applied to the skin.
This helps make the subject matter related to the fallout between Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station and Chiba Prefecture during 2011 more interesting.
Though it may not be your most popular topic, you can still focus on the effects of radiation on humans, especially children. This attack was directed at younger viewers rather focused on adults.
Both Tokyo buildings experienced damage caused by the earthquake, but since Osaka is less prone to earthquakes, it was able to withstand the quake that hit in 2011 with only minor cracks and damages.
However, there’s at least one notable difference between the downtown areas of these two cities – their roads.
Osaka’s streets are built to be safer for pedestrians, which helps kids get away from screens more often. They also use crosswalks and countdown timers to prevent people from crossing when it’s too crowded, which causes fewer injuries.
That makes Osaka an easier city to walk in than Tokyo. There are many parks and popular restaurants where you can find relief from sightseeing. And while walking is good for your health, spending time on wheels is even better.