Godzilla,Black Hole & Robot video scripts; Class 4-303
Godzilla was a monster created by Toho Movie Studios in Japan in 1954. He was created to show how dangerous radioactive bombs are after the United States dropped the atomic bomb on Japan. The original movie was too sad for Americans, so the Toho Studios people changed the ending. Between 1954 and 2006 there have been 33 Godzilla movies, like "Godzilla vs. The Thing", "Godzilla vs. Megagodzilla", "Godzilla vs. King Kong", and "Godzilla Final War"
Godzilla is a dinosaur that was mutated with radioactive bombs. Humans have 2 lungs, one on each side, but Godzilla mutated and has one lung and one gill, which allows him to breathe in water and on land. He is an amphibious monster. Godzilla can also breathe nuclear plasma mist a long distance out of his mouth that ignights, explodes or melts things. Before he does this the spikes on his back turn from greenish-black to red.
The Black Hole Group: Narration
If you were wondering what a black hole is, we will tell you about them. Black holes are among the strangest objects in the universe. Black holes are formed when giant stars burn out.
When the star burns out the gasses and fuels run out, and the star turns smaller than an atom. Atoms are the tiniest things in the world. Matter is squeezed together so tightly and the pull of its gravity is so powerful that nothing can escape from it.
The gravity created by the burned out star becomes so strong it can suck in electromagnetic radiation like light. It becomes like a giant vaccum cleaner in space sucking in pieces of meteors, planets, asteroids or anything that goes near it. Now it is a fully formed "black hole".
A Black Hole's gravity is so strong that not even the speed of light can escape it. The speed of light is 186,000 miles per second. People can't see black holes because light gets sucked into it and doesn't reflect off of it.
Scientists think that when our sun burns out it will turn into the biggest black hole in all of the history and time span in space. Our Earth and the whole universe will get pulled in, and the whole world will start over again. Most of our group agrees with this theory.
Wouldn't you want a robot that can do your homework or go to school for you? Everyone I can think of would. Well, unfortunately they don't work that way. But they do help the world.
Robots in the real world drive trains, paint cars, and make cookies. They work in factories. They can put chocolates in trays 100 times a minute using eight legs and a vacuum gripper. They can also go on rescue missions, going places where humans can't go, like volcanoes.
The word robot comes from the Czech word 'robota' meaning drudgery or slave-like labor. Karel Capec, a writer, was the first to call them robots. Leonardo Da Vinci drew plans for a mechanical man in 1495. Real robots didn't become possible until the 1950's and 1960's after the invention of transistors and integrated circuits.
In 1959 researchers demonstrated the possibility of robotics making when they unveiled a computer- controlled milling machine.
Today, Robots are becoming really popular, being used to explore Mars. There are even robot contests such as the 'Robot Wars', a game that has robots fight each other.
So robots can't go to school for you yet, but maybe in a few more years someone will invent one to.