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Re: Lack of Running Giant Theropod Tracks
See, there really is no use talking to someone who makes up his own
version of physics as he goes along.
On Mon, Nov 29, 2010 at 4:49 PM, Don Ohmes <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> It changes the center of buoyancy, at the least. In humans it changes
> buoyancy from positive to negative, and you sink. Try it in a swimming pool,
> but be careful.
in fact, the the motion of the center of buoyancy is totally irrelevant.
You sink because your overall buoyancy changes. The COB defines if you capsize.
In sauropods its position and their body shape means that once
capsized they had practically no chance to get back onto their feet.