Time to revisit the Dino Book. Looking for more ideas.
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06-06-2014, 05:48 PM
RE: Time to revisit the Dino Book. Looking for more ideas.
(06-06-2014 05:36 PM)Free Thought Wrote:  
(06-06-2014 05:32 PM)GirlyMan Wrote:  Go sperm donor. And you get paid. There's probably a shitload of little GirlyMen running around out there I don't know about. Big Grin

Yeah... no.

Not only would such a situation feel far too awkward for me to even comprehend starting such a venture, but I don't got no genes I want passed on! Horrible, horrible genes, I have.

They'll still pay for your sperm to study your genetics to try and correct those genetic deficiencies in the interest of future generations. Tongue

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06-06-2014, 06:48 PM
RE: Time to revisit the Dino Book. Looking for more ideas.
(06-06-2014 05:28 PM)Free Thought Wrote:  
(06-06-2014 12:34 PM)ThePaleolithicFreethinker Wrote:  You will see it, slapped on the ass of the female you fall in love with.

Again, can't see that happening.

You will. You are only 18 so yeah you don't know that it will happen(and it will)

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07-06-2014, 07:25 AM
RE: Time to revisit the Dino Book. Looking for more ideas.
(06-06-2014 07:32 AM)Free Thought Wrote:  I can't imagine a scenario where I'd actually want to pass along my genes. Let alone a scenario where I'd find an agreeable person with whom the necessities may be performed.

That's why evolution invented "whoops". That may be the single most important limiting factor on human intelligence. Our genes can only survive if we, their product, can still make dumb sexual decisions.

Give me your argument in the form of a published paper, and then we can start to talk.
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07-06-2014, 09:41 AM
RE: Time to revisit the Dino Book. Looking for more ideas.
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08-06-2014, 04:28 PM
RE: Time to revisit the Dino Book. Looking for more ideas.
Anthracosuchus balrogus.

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09-06-2014, 06:29 AM
RE: Time to revisit the Dino Book. Looking for more ideas.
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Heliobatis Radians or "Stingray"


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09-06-2014, 06:47 AM
RE: Time to revisit the Dino Book. Looking for more ideas.
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Diprotodon australis - the largest marsupial to ever live in Australia, weighing over two tonnes. It is rarely found in the cave deposits, because its sheer size prevented it from falling through most cave openings

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09-06-2014, 06:51 AM
RE: Time to revisit the Dino Book. Looking for more ideas.
Procoptodon goliah - the largest of the leaf-eating kangaroos (200kg) could stand on tiptoe, prop on its tail and reach leaves up to three metres from the ground. The skull is short and deep, an indication it had enough power in its jaws to grind up very tough leaves.

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09-06-2014, 10:57 AM
RE: Time to revisit the Dino Book. Looking for more ideas.
(08-06-2014 04:28 PM)GirlyMan Wrote:  Anthracosuchus balrogus.

Saw it last week. Unfortunately, there aren't any good pics of it yet.

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09-06-2014, 11:00 AM
RE: Time to revisit the Dino Book. Looking for more ideas.
(09-06-2014 06:29 AM)unsapien Wrote:  Heliobatis Radians or "Stingray"

Cool. Gonna add that one too.

Edit: bleh. No pics of it.

(09-06-2014 06:47 AM)Banjo Wrote:  [Image: diprotodon_zpsa3a21lb6.jpeg]

Diprotodon australis - the largest marsupial to ever live in Australia, weighing over two tonnes. It is rarely found in the cave deposits, because its sheer size prevented it from falling through most cave openings

(09-06-2014 06:51 AM)Banjo Wrote:  Procoptodon goliah - the largest of the leaf-eating kangaroos (200kg) could stand on tiptoe, prop on its tail and reach leaves up to three metres from the ground. The skull is short and deep, an indication it had enough power in its jaws to grind up very tough leaves.

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Got both of them already. They are cool mammals.

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