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The TARDIS materialises on New Earth, in the year five billion and twenty-three. Following the destruction of Earth, humanity became nostalgic and settled on a new planet with similar gravity and atmosphere in Galaxy M87. Rose is delighted at the new world, the sight of the futuristic city of New New York in front of them and the smell of apple-grass. The Doctor points out that it's the fifteenth York since the original; so it's technically New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New York. Rose laughs that he's so different. "New New Doctor" he jokes back. However, the two travellers are unaware they are being observed by a metal spider remote-controlled by Chip, a small, pale man with multiple tattoos. Chip takes his orders from his mistress, Lady Cassandra, who is still alive and recognises Rose.
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The Doctor and Cassandra reach Ward 26, which seems to be the only place still untouched by the carriers. Frau Clovis reveals a device she is using to try and contact New New York for help, but the Doctor refuses to allow it as every single disease in the galaxy is contained within the hospital and if the quarantine is breached then the whole planet will be at risk. He grabs all of the intravenous solutions, straps them to his body, then uses a winch to slide down the shaft with Cassandra to the lift car at the bottom, where he empties the solutions into the disinfectant reservoir. He opens the doors, luring several plague carriers inside as Cassandra starts the shower. The spray drenches the carriers, curing them, and the Doctor encourages them to pass it on; they wander back out to spread the cure to the others. A new race is born: the new humans, who Cassandra can no longer deny, as she herself helped create them.
It is difficult to imagine that from the creation of planet Earth 4.5 billion years ago, and in just a few centuries and years, starting with the Industrial Revolution in the 18th century to today, the world now stands on a cliff-edge.
The wider three-dimensional perspective also informs and reinforces the UN-2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) designed to be a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future.
On stardate 2259.33, the Enterprise traversed the Rip. A landing party visited the planet, where Captain James T. Kirk and Commander Spock made first contact with the Lymax. While the two officers engaged the Gorn, their military shuttle was attacked by more Gorn troops. Doctor Leonard McCoy was forced to perform a cesarean section on an injured Gorn soldier, who gave birth to octuplets. After defeating a Gorn champion in the arena and foiling the Gorn's plans on the planet, the landing party returned to the Enterprise.
There were two rifts in the system now. Enterprise returned to Milky Way before the Rip to the Gorn Planet system closed, and destroyed the Commander's mothership on their side, ending the thread of Armada invasion. (TOS video game: Star Trek)
The small part of Earth population that had survived the destruction of the planet sought refuge in the Lighthouse under S.H.I.E.L.D.'s supervision. However, they were heavily weakened and barely able to survive. As a result, the Lighthouse was soon invaded by a group of Kree who took control of the Lighthouse and its supplies and put the human population under a harsh rule enforced by the Kree Watch led by Kasius.
Enoch sent them into year 2091 with the Time Di'Alla so they would know what fate befell Earth and find a way to avert the planet's destruction, which they eventually did: Phil Coulson chose not to use the Centipede Serum he had been given and gave it to Quake, who used it to power herself up and defeat Glenn Talbot during the Battle of Chicago, thus preventing the cataclysm and creating an alternate timeline.
This Godzilla made his first formal appearance in the prequel novel, Godzilla: Monster Apocalypse, where it's detailed how Godzilla arose in 2030 and proceeded to lay waste to both humanity and the planet's monster population over the course of 18 years.
However, despite being presented as highly aggressive, Godzilla became extremely mellow and passive once most of humanity as an advanced civilization was wiped out, and most monster threats were ended. In addition, he did not go after the egg of the Houtua's god, nor the Houtua themselves, implying that humanoids and certain monsters could co-exist just fine with Godzilla, provided they didn't harm him or the planet.
Furthermore, Godzilla's passive nature would be exemplified during the films, as he would remain resting for the majority of the trilogy, and would only be awoken by large potential threats and events, those being the demise of Godzilla Filius, the reactivation of Mechagodzilla and it's nanometal, and Ghidorah's descent unto the planet. This would make every Godzilla attack seen retaliatory in origin, and would also put a monster in the place of being an ironic antihero, as every event he woke up to and stopped would've had negative ramifications for everyone involved.
While Metphies portrayed the monster as one that would never let humanity flee, it seems more likely that given the monster's actions, it's simply a deified, but natural means of the Earth defending itself. Almost personifying Earth, Godzilla thus acts as a "hard reset" function for the planet, effectively remaking it into a more prehistoric and primal version of itself to begin anew, which fits in with his neutral stance on attacking things, be it humanity or extraterrestrial threats.
This Godzilla, much like the ones from the 2014 film, Godzilla and the 2016 film, Shin Godzilla, features a new, revamped origin; originating from plant-based lifeforms, he is said to be the "end result of natural selection on Earth", and has gone on to live and dominate the planet for 20,000 years.
In the Planet of the Monsters novelization, Metphies revealed that "Godzillas are rather ubiquitous beings on a universal scale" than being unique organisms on Earth, and would be devoured by their deity. Metphies noted that it was a common fate for advanced civilizations to meet their ends by Godzilla, and the Exif have seen such cases on "countless other planets".
A video taken by Andy A. Antonio from Los Angeles became the first official footage to capture Godzilla and later became the most viewed video in history. Andy was filming to earn money for his mother, who was suffering from cancer. Andy instantly became rich for his efforts, and was able to educate his children, while also getting a ticket for the space ship Oratio to evacuate the planet with his elderly son. He was also able to receive medical treatment for severe radioactive exposure due to Godzilla's arrival and actions, and passed away two weeks after Akira Sakaki's interview with him. However, he was regretful that he wasn't able to save his mother, as she was instantly killed by a radioactive beam which hit the underground shelter she was evacuating to.
The global population had decreased to about 522 million, confirmed by the Global/Earth Union and estimated to be 700 million in total in the 16 years since Godzilla's first appearance. Humanity was totally cornered in terms of both potentially habitable areas and population density. Thus, with their population dwindling in less than the twenty thousands, humanity was forced to abandon the planet even if leaving the majority of the planet's population, around 700 million people, behind.
In the years following, a detailed plan to destroy the monster was presented in a meeting on the Aratrum, with Haruo detailing a potential weakness in his shielding, which could be used to destroy him. Here, Godzilla's regeneration was also brought up. The idea of the monster multiplying in the time since humanity left the planet was also established. An idea that, while initially dismissed, turned out to be true.
Godzilla Earth was first seen alongside other monsters, including Biollante, Dogora, and Kamacuras, among others as they collectively ravaged humanity, and the planet. Godzilla would then appear near a human settlement, and destroy ships attempting to leave a dock, resulting in the seeming demise of Haruo's parents.
Godzilla has the ability to breath a radioactive beam, like most of his predecessors. However, the beam is described to be highly accelerated, particle-charged, and is electromagnetic in origin. It is highly destructive; according to official records, this beam is capable of annihilating single cities and mountains, penetrating the Rocky mountains, melting parts of Himalayan mountain range, and destroying continental plates. Following the 20,000 year timeskip and humanity's return to the planet, the crew of the Aratrum concluded that it's possible Godzilla Earth's beam would've been able to hit the ship in orbit, should they somehow be noticed. The beam can be fired from his Asymmetric Permeable Shield in front of his mouth. During the charging process of this attack, Godzilla also produces strong electromagnetic pulses and powerful shockwaves, making any efforts by mankind to hide or withstand his power meaningless. Anyone at close range will face severe radioactive exposure, and nearby areas will be severely polluted by radioactivity, forcing humanity to abandon the area. Land pollutants were later rid of by technologies provided by Bilusaludos. This incarnation's atomic breath takes on the form of a thin, focused beam, almost like the atomic breath from Shin Godzilla, but there are notable differences in terms of charging up said ability aesthetically. They include things such as the visible electric nature of the creature's overall body and fins rather than vivid luminescence, the generation of a force field in front of the snout rather than discharging of energy from inside of its mouth, while also lacking the need to open his mouth wide to discharge his atomic powers. The highest recording of its beam was three terawatt joules during the battle against Mechagodzilla City. 041b061a72