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Don't Watch While High
i wish they would add more terrifying deep sea dwelling creatures..the game is too low key for my tastes in survival genre--
I thought the exact same thing! Kinda excited for april's patch; I'm playing experimental and the biggest thing I am happy about is the power cell charger.
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what happen was the British would kill them on sight if they were in the colonized areas.
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- I better get my coathanger ready.
- But then why don't elbows have their own bone?
Why we have kneecaps
different arrangement of the tendons and such as well as we dont regularly walk on our arms so they dont need the added protection and support that our knees do.
Quadrupedal animals do walk on their front legs and don't have such a bone either.
i dont know where you got that information from but most mammals have patella, or kneecap.
The question was why don't we have an elbow bone analogous to a kneecap. I know other mammals have kneecaps. You said that we don't walk on them so we don't need it, and I was just pointing out that quadrupeds do walk on their front limbs but still don't have bones on their elbows. I realize just for whatever reason there was no selective pressure to get them on front limbs, but the reason that we don't walk on them doesn't make sense.
aight man you want a real answer fine straight from google "The patella exists to transfer the force of the quadriceps so we can go from a squat to standing. It makes the lever arm longer in its pull on the patellar tendon down to the tibia." so there, we dont squat with our arms and neither do dogs. Dogs, and im going to go out on a limb here and say most mammals, sit butt first.
Makes sense. Thought it might have to do with the back legs being more important than front legs for stuff like that. Thanks
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- Dude, Edd die, like, four years ago.
Goodnight my sweet prince
Yeah but the series kept going because Tom picked it up.
- **** you, I know an SCP when I see one!
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