> Ok, Pay no attention to that
worthless rant of frustration that I wrote at 4am and for which Tracy decided
> when she shouldn't have.
shouldn't have." Tracy is an XY genotype...
> Alright.... The following is a
link Holtz gave:
Actually, that was from John's post: I added only the last
link (to the Straight Dope's site). There are various weird things
that go on when I reply to html-formatted emails (not fond of
> I have no idea what Bakker
apparently used the old "models say bumblebees can't fly" urban myth, hence
all the links to that subject.
> Well, well, wellâ. Fish donât
seem to have the muscle mass to swim as fast as they do, and we still canât
> it right. How fascinating!!! Sure,
we are dealing with a different medium called water, but the fact remains that
> the muscle power that is in
don't know much about their experiments, but a series of recent papers (some
of which were published in American Zoologist about a year or so ago, in their
Axial Skeleton issue) suggest that helical fibers of various tissues (blubber,
among other things) are very important "springs" in the locomotion of fast