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Re: Breakable dino eggs - big...
>> I agree, it is a problem that I have not satisfied myself with.
>> However, we do know they did it. They must have squatted, or
> >kneeled back on their haunches.
While following this particular post with interest, this was actually
something I could pick up on...
We know dinosaurs had bodily functions, right? We've found those.
We know they laid eggs with the same 'end', right?
From the copriolites (I KNOW I'm probably spelling that wrong, so it's
dinodoodoo for the rest of this post) we know what kind of condition the
dinodoodoo was when it hit the ground, right? What kind of force would allow
the dinodoodoo to keep the general doodoo shape and not splat? Most of the
stuff I've seen pictures of and video of was in a non-splat shape, (for the
If the dinodoodoo did not fall from a great height, it was probably
easier to retain the shape.
If the dinodoodoo doesn't fall from a great height, couldn't you allow
for the eggs being laid also not falling from a great height? .
Knowing scientists, there has probably been a study into the
distance-doodoo-falls-equals-shape-of-doodoo-when-it- hits-the-ground, and
there's probably a formula for telling how far the doodoo fell, depending on
how long the doodoo is, in it's final condition. (Boy, scientists sure can
be wierd, sometimes)
This very odd post now sums up with "If you know how the dinodoodoo got to
where it is, shouldn't that tell you how the eggs can get to where they are?"
Thanks. That felt very wierd, posting this