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RE: Lack of Running Giant Theropod Track
I'm guessing you took my comment as an ad hominem. I didn't mean it to be
inuslting at all. The point was you can form logical arguments all day long
about this or that, but in the end there has to be some evidence to back it up.
All this speculation is fun and all, but a lot of it is useless without
anything to support it. That's the primary reason why I labeled my last post as
mostly mental masturbation and little else...
I'm sorry if you were insulted by my comment.
> Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2010 18:40:04 -0500
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: Lack of Running Giant Theropod Track
> On 11/29/2010 4:42 PM, Sim Koning wrote:
> > I think what Michael Habib has been trying to get across (in a very
> > intelligent and professional way) is that you are basically making a
> > "Godzilla-vs-Cthulhu" or "ninjas vs. pirates" argument; that's not how
> > science works. He has been supporting his argument with statistical data
> > from a very broad range of predator and prey relationships. I can also back
> > him up with my own experience as martial artist: I'm lighter and faster
> > than a 300lb bodybuilder, and the human body has all sorts of "weak points"
> > that I could attack, but the reality is one blow from his fist could put me
> > in the hospital or kill me, so I would rather not pick a fight with someone
> > like that; I'm pretty sure the same basic principle is the reason why most
> > solitary predators do not attack animals much
> Is English your second language?