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RE: Evidence For a Feathered Velociraptor...
I thought car spoilers mainly worked by giving a downward force and
increased traction to the drive wheels.
A paddle shaped feathered tail could have the same effect but banking
feathered forelimbs could work to tighten the turning circle of a dromeosaur
just before striking its prey.
The dropped preyside forelimb also gives better sight of the prey.
No flying involved here.
From: "Richard W. Travsky" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I could go along with that I suppose. The effect that comes to mind is
one that occurs with spoilers on cars
Once you have a Spoiler on your car, you should be aware that it isn't
there just for the looks. It has a valuable importance in stability at
high speed. In Dyno tuning mode, I suggest setting the Downforce both
for front and rear to a equal value and as high as possible. This is
useful during high speed races. People like to see the caption of their
car while "lifting-off" a hill or bend, but that means that the wheels
loose contact with the race track and also valuable speed, and grip. try
to keep your car stuck to the track at all times for maximum performance.
Aerodynamic effect? As in lift? If you're running while being chased by
something, catching air would not necessarily be a good thing as this
less contact with the ground for running. Might actually slow you down.
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