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#37 - anonymous (09/08/2014) [-]
Would he? Because he got pretty close before he noticed the big ass dinossaur.
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#69 - walmartysnextghost (09/08/2014) [-]
first of all Steven Spielberg didn't write Jurassic Park, it was a book by Michael Crichton first. Second of all, the idea wasn't that the T-rex eyes functioned on movement, but that when they were replicating DNA from the fossils they filled in a lot of the gaps with frog DNA, and the frogs they used eyes functioned off of movement, which they left out in the movies, so this guy is right, if you see a t-rex you better run.
#45 - truesmokewolf (09/08/2014) [-]
Mind doing a fact check on that for me? Could've sworn the last documentary I watched about that said the skeletal structure of a T-Rex was far too rigid to perform fast movements, making it a scavenger or stalker-type hunter. Also, if its primary food was just as slow as it was, yeah. It didn't need to run to catch a giant four-legged brachiosaur that wasn't even gonna attempt a getaway.
#70 - novus (09/08/2014) [-]
The stride it the key, it doesn't have to make fast movements with legs that long. My sources are all over the place fact-wise, but they seem to average out to the same story.
www.rense.com/general20/TRexcouldntrun.htm appears to be from 2002, says they could walk at about 20kmph
www.egi.eu/case-studies/natural-sciences/trex.html?page=2 source material appears to be from 2007, claims computer models had it at about 29 kmph
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyrannosaurus#Locomotion wikipedia, so who knows the reliability, but the estimates range anywhere from 17-40 kmph. From what I can find elsewhere 17kmph (which is like 11mph) is around the average sprint speed for most people.
So at it's slowest estimated speed to date, it would still be a match for you just walking.
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#36 - anonymous (09/06/2014) [-]
but that's none of your business
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