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  • Den21-Bal19
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    Originally posted by JWinn
    A T-rex in Washington DC isnt such a bad idea though. Hmmmmm........

    Could we get ALL politicians to go see it!
    Could you arrange it for ol' Bony Blair to be visiting at the time?


    Alternatively, do you think we could train Rex to play D-Line? A real monster in the middle, eats RB's for breakfast


    TAXI!!!!!!!!!

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  • PAINTERDAVE
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    Originally posted by RunByDesign
    I can just see it now..."chimirec experiments involving human genome and T Rex DNA.."

    Jeezus.
    Dude! You just described my boy!

    Please! Don't let 'em take him away from me!

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  • Jared
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    Originally posted by Javalon
    Unless dinosaurs aren't really that old. There is the hypothesis that dinosaurs and humans coexisted and that carbon-dating is flawed.

    I don't believe that. But there are those who do.
    Even if you did believe that, non-calcified tissue should decompose rather quickly without an embalming process a couple of years undergorund, much faster when exposed to air. Maybe there were lakes made of formaldehyde at that time?

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  • RunByDesign
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    I can just see it now..."chimirec experiments involving human genome and T Rex DNA.."

    Jeezus.

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  • Javalon
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    Originally posted by Jared
    Good read, but it answers my question as well.

    They aren't even sure how fossilization occurs, so how soft tissue remains after all of those years is a mystery.

    Neat stuff.
    Unless dinosaurs aren't really that old. There is the hypothesis that dinosaurs and humans coexisted and that carbon-dating is flawed.

    I don't believe that. But there are those who do.

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  • Jared
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    Originally posted by AZ Snake Fan

    Good read, but it answers my question as well.

    They aren't even sure how fossilization occurs, so how soft tissue remains after all of those years is a mystery.

    Neat stuff.

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  • AZ Snake Fan
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    --- they were big life forms!!! ---

    Originally posted by Jared
    How can soft tissue have survived that long and not decomposed? They were carbon based life forms, correct?

    "Carbon based life forms are not true life forms."
    ---
    http://www.cnn.com/2005/TECH/science...ion=cnn_latest

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  • PAINTERDAVE
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    He..He..He..!

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  • rcsodak
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    Originally posted by PAINTERDAVE
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    In the Big screen version, who should play:

    Cool Boss Man......
    Snugly Blonde Vixen........
    Creepy dinasaur Tamer......

    Who should have cameo roles?
    For what parts?
    CBM - Kerry
    SBV - Hillary (Rex eats her too, right? )
    CDT - Teddy

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  • Jared
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    Originally posted by zero1307
    Maybe if you can put it on an island some place and hope it can't swim, we might be ok.
    Hey, that would make a good movie...


    Oh..


    Never mind.

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  • zero1307
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    Maybe if you can put it on an island some place and hope it can't swim, we might be ok.

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  • Jared
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    I don;t think cloning a T.Rex would be a wise idea.

    Very dumb, very carnivorus, very large animal. If our suspicions are even remotely correct, I wouldn't want to be anywhere near that thing.

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  • PAINTERDAVE
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    hey

    Clone it. Now!

    Name it Rex!


    Teach it tricks!

    Tour the country, showing it off.

    Hire some creepy guy to be in charge of Rex's accomodations.

    While the cool boss man, and the snugly blonde vixen are at dinner, have the creepy guy whip up on Rex for some nonsensical reason.

    Show the resentment building in Rex' eyes.


    Over the next 2 months, show Rex putting on poundage, eating whole hogs and a calf or two. Show how Rex has had it with creepy guy, and is resenting the attention cool boss man pays to snugly blonde girl, who Rex unexplicably loves by now.


    Right before the curtain runs up, on the show in SiouxFalls, SD, show how Rex gets his heart broke when he sees cool boss man kiss snugly blonde vixen. The couple disapear into a trailer. The trailer starts rocking. Beside himself with rejection, Rex, snorts and wails. Creepy guy rounds the corner, and brandishes the whip, the symbol of all that is wrong in Rex's world.

    Rex breaks free of his leg irons as if they were twister ties on a kid's sandwich. Rex trumpets, for the first time ever, the call of the Tyranasaurs!

    With three strides, Rex overtakes creepy guy. Grabbing his neck with one stumpy arm, Rex holds the creep aloft, in front of him. As creepy guy craps his drawers, Rex bites his head off and sucks the brains like a cajun at a crawfish party. Rex flings the lifeless body aside, and advances on the trailer, intent on righting one more wrong he has had to endure!

    Yeah... Clone him! Clone him now!

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    In the Big screen version, who should play:

    Cool Boss Man......
    Snugly Blonde Vixen........
    Creepy dinasaur Tamer......

    Who should have cameo roles?
    For what parts?
    Last edited by PAINTERDAVE; 03-24-2005, 08:58 PM.

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  • Jared
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    Originally posted by mattos

    Star Trek reference. It just popped into my head.

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  • mattos
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    Originally posted by Jared
    "Carbon based life forms are not true life forms."

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