History Fridge / OsmosisJones

4th Oct '17 4:15:38 PM treehugger0369
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* Thrax claims that, once he breaks his record by killing Frank in two days, he plans to go after Shane and kill her in one day. We see from her initial reaction when Frank flatlines that Shane would not be taking Frank's death well at all. Considering grief can weaken the immune system, Shane would have been a very easy target if Thrax attacked straight away.

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* Thrax claims that, once he breaks his record by killing Frank in two days, he plans to go after Shane and kill her in one day. We see from her initial reaction when Frank flatlines that Shane would not be taking Frank's death well at all. Considering grief can weaken the immune system, system(which, in the context of the movie, could have been represented as the police becoming increasingly apathetic according to Shane's ongoing mood), Shane would have been a very easy target if Thrax attacked straight away.
4th Oct '17 3:20:16 PM treehugger0369
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** There is another more grim explanation for Frank's declining health. Frank's internal temperature nearly reached 108 during the events of the film, which is deadly. However, if one's internal temperature reaches 104, which Frank's surpassed, that can result in permanent brain damage. This puts a dark contrast on the situation; Frank tried to get healthy but resulting brain damage from his brush with death meant he kept forgetting (from the anthropmorphised cell POV, the brain cell in charge of memory could've been killed and the records or information cataloguing system destroyed) to maintain his new healthy lifestyle or he just discarded the attempts.

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** There is another more grim explanation for Frank's declining health. Frank's internal temperature nearly reached 108 during the events of the film, which is deadly. However, if one's internal temperature reaches 104, which Frank's surpassed, that can result in permanent brain damage. This puts a dark contrast on the situation; Frank tried to get healthy but resulting brain damage from his brush with death meant he kept forgetting (from the anthropmorphised cell POV, the brain cell in charge of memory could've been killed and the records or information cataloguing system destroyed) to maintain his new healthy lifestyle or he just discarded the attempts.attempts.
* Thrax claims that, once he breaks his record by killing Frank in two days, he plans to go after Shane and kill her in one day. We see from her initial reaction when Frank flatlines that Shane would not be taking Frank's death well at all. Considering grief can weaken the immune system, Shane would have been a very easy target if Thrax attacked straight away.
7th Jul '17 4:58:02 PM nombretomado
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* According to {{The Other Wiki}}, bacillus anthracis is a soil-borne bacteria that can be contracted via ingestion and causes death by invoking cold or flu-like symptoms, such as, say, a fever. Bacillus anthracis. Otherwise known as an'''thrax'''. What's even more disturbing? How anthrax was even exposed to the monkey cage at the zoo in the first placed, and how many cases of Thrax are now just waiting to happen...

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* According to {{The Other Wiki}}, Wiki/TheOtherWiki, bacillus anthracis is a soil-borne bacteria that can be contracted via ingestion and causes death by invoking cold or flu-like symptoms, such as, say, a fever. Bacillus anthracis. Otherwise known as an'''thrax'''. What's even more disturbing? How anthrax was even exposed to the monkey cage at the zoo in the first placed, and how many cases of Thrax are now just waiting to happen...
2nd Mar '17 5:19:23 PM valar55
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** Probably but cells don't live too long (except for brain cells) so it'ss more like the end of the world after many,many generations. The more dramatic case would be the death of an infant causing a newly formed world to expire too soon.

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** Probably Probably, but cells don't live too long (except for brain cells) so it'ss it's more like the end of the world after many,many many, many generations. The more dramatic case would be the death of an infant causing a newly formed world to expire too soon.



** Not really. Viruses in the Real World evolve for two things: to make more of themselves and spread to other hosts. A virus that quickly killed its host would severely hamper its own spread (see: Ebola).

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** Not really. Viruses in the Real World real world evolve for two things: to make more of themselves and spread to other hosts. A virus that quickly killed its host would severely hamper its own spread (see: Ebola).
2nd Mar '17 5:18:05 PM valar55
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** Probably but cells don't live too long (except for brain cells) so is more like the end of the world after many many generations. The more dramatic case will be the death of an infant causing a newley form world to expire too soon.

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** Probably but cells don't live too long (except for brain cells) so is it'ss more like the end of the world after many many many,many generations. The more dramatic case will would be the death of an infant causing a newley form newly formed world to expire too soon.



* When you think about it, a sentient virus would pride themselves on killing everything, so slowly but surely Thrax aims to try and kill every living thing on Earth.

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* When you think about it, a sentient virus would pride themselves on killing everything, so slowly but surely surely, Thrax aims to try and kill every living thing on Earth.
30th Jan '17 9:42:53 PM Luppercus
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** Probably but cells don't live too long (except for brain cells) so is more like the end of the world after many many generations. The more dramatic case will be the death of an infant causing a newley form world to expire too soon.
25th Nov '16 2:19:39 PM StFan
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* Because of AesopAmnesia, in ''OzzyAndDrix'', Frank for some reason starts becoming unhealthy again, and both Ozzy and Drix are carried away by a mosquito to someone else...
** Considering Shane is absent and Ozzy talks about getting promoted out of "snot patrol"(when he should have something much higher after the events of the movie), it's possible this is an alternate universe.

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* Because of AesopAmnesia, in ''OzzyAndDrix'', ''WesternAnimation/OzzyAndDrix'', Frank for some reason starts becoming unhealthy again, and both Ozzy and Drix are carried away by a mosquito to someone else...
** Considering Shane is absent and Ozzy talks about getting promoted out of "snot patrol"(when patrol" (when he should have something much higher after the events of the movie), it's possible this is an alternate universe.
18th Nov '16 1:53:22 PM CJCroen1393
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** On that note, are ''all'' the potential Thraxes out there [[AlwaysChaoticEvil just as depraved and evil as he is?]] Are some of them {{Reluctant Psycho}}s who don't want to hurt anyone but know they have to in order to survive (since that's basically how viruses work)? Either way, it's not a pleasant thought...
28th May '16 5:23:54 PM Animeking1108
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** The pilot to ''WesternAnimation/OzzyAndDrix'' had them confronting another Red Death-like virus before getting carried off to Hector, so it's possible that Thrax may have already done it offscreen.
11th May '16 7:09:57 PM ArtieBird
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** Considering Shane is absent and Ozzy talks about getting promoted out of "snot patrol"(when he should have something much higher after the events of the movie), it's possible this is an alternate universe.

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** Considering Shane is absent and Ozzy talks about getting promoted out of "snot patrol"(when he should have something much higher after the events of the movie), it's possible this is an alternate universe.universe.
** There is another more grim explanation for Frank's declining health. Frank's internal temperature nearly reached 108 during the events of the film, which is deadly. However, if one's internal temperature reaches 104, which Frank's surpassed, that can result in permanent brain damage. This puts a dark contrast on the situation; Frank tried to get healthy but resulting brain damage from his brush with death meant he kept forgetting (from the anthropmorphised cell POV, the brain cell in charge of memory could've been killed and the records or information cataloguing system destroyed) to maintain his new healthy lifestyle or he just discarded the attempts.
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