We don’t need to know the origins of these photos to determine that they’re fakes. The square-cube law makes it a physical impossibility that humans of the size represented by these bones could have existed.
Gen. 6: 4 There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown.
Numbers 13:33 There we saw the GIANTS (the descendants of Anak came from the GIANTS), and we were like grasshoppers in our own sight, and so we were in their sight.”
Let’s make our human 10 times larger and see what happens. He now weighs 1000 times more (weight3) but he is only 100 times stronger (strength 2). His bones will be subject to 10 times as much stress as before (weight3 / load-bearing 2) and his heat-dissipating capacity will be 10 times less (weight3 / heat-dissipating 2).
Our giant wouldn’t be able to lift his arms, his bones would shatter, and he would overheat.
A six-foot man, who suddenly became twice as big. His surface area is quadrupled, and his weight is increased eight times. With all that weight, he wouldn’t be able to stand on his own legs, because although they may have become twice as long and four times as wide, his weight in the meantime became eight times heavier. He wouldn’t be able to stand, much less chase anybody around. His legs would snap
Scaling laws are an important aspect of biology. When you take a particular object (such as a human being) and make it twice as tall (while keeping the proportions the same) its weight will not increase 2-fold. It will actually increase by a factor of 23 (8-fold)! A 6-foot person weighing 160 pounds, if doubled in height, will, therefore, be 12 feet tall and weigh 1,280 pounds if you kept the proportions the same.
There is a problem with this. Although weight increases 23-fold, the strength of the bones would only increase 22-fold. It means that the strength-to-weight ratio of the bones is half that of a normal person. A giant with these proportions would stress their skeletons more easily and be at greater risk for injury if they fell down. In order to fix this problem, you would need to make the bones wider in proportion to their length so that the weight of the person produces less pressure on the bone.
A well-proportioned giant would, therefore, be a rather wide, burly-looking person with thick arms and legs.
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