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Re: Dakota the Dinosaur Mummy
Is anybody on the list involved in this scanning process? I live in
LA, about 30 miles from Boeing and would like see the fossil! When
the earthquake in 94 destroyed CalArts classes were moved to that
facility. I animated some Cadillacs and Dinosaurs scenes there.
If by a miracle you know a guy who knows a guy, could you reply off-
On Dec 3, 2007, at 1:44 PM, ptnorton wrote:
I'll join the other skeptics here and suggest that many factors
other than simply the mass of the hip muscles would factor into an
analysis of running ability; muscle shape, for one thing, and the
moment arms of the muscles about the hip for another. I don't know
if these can be determined from this fossil or not, but they are
important. Also, as Michael states, this says nothing about T. rex.
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Subject: Re: Dakota the Dinosaur Mummy
On Dec 2, 2007 11:37 AM, <MKIRKALDY@aol.com> wrote:
"The fossilized duckbilled hadrosaur is so well preserved that
have been able to calculate its muscle mass and learn that it was
than thought, probably giving it the ability to outrun predators
such as a
Wouldn't we need a mummified _Tyrannosaurus_ to be sure of that?