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What Killed The Dinosaurs ?
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Posted By: daacon, 06-08-2015, 03:41 PM

Was it Climate change ? Or Volcanism ? Or Plate Tectonics? None of the above apparently it was some well placed rope ....

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Aye right, don't think that fence is gonna hold him...
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Is this drumheller?
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It wasn't me. I haven't ever killed a dinosaur I swear. He does appear a bit ticked off.

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A culumination of Apatosaurus eating all the available foliage (that created Oxygen) and exporting a lot of gas (Carbon Dioxide, methane, nitrogen) is clearly what did them in. Apatosaurus gas. Yep.























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Fred Flintstone who ate too many Brontosaurus burgers?
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QuoteOriginally posted by mee Quote
A culumination of Apatosaurus eating all the available foliage (that created Oxygen) and exporting a lot of gas (Carbon Dioxide, methane, nitrogen) is clearly what did them in. Apatosaurus gas. Yep.























Considering all the news about global warming, green house gases etc, Does this mean we are all dinosaurs, about to become extinct? I know dinosaurs had pretty small brains, compared to humans, aren't we smarter than that
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I think it was the BLOB.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
Aye right, don't think that fence is gonna hold him...
Thanks Kerrordown I'm with you .....

QuoteOriginally posted by Lowell Goudge Quote
Is this drumheller?
Calgary Zoo

QuoteOriginally posted by patrick9 Quote
It wasn't me. I haven't ever killed a dinosaur I swear. He does appear a bit ticked off.
He was animated and did not appear too happy indeed.

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A culumination of Apatosaurus eating all the available foliage (that created Oxygen) and exporting a lot of gas (Carbon Dioxide, methane, nitrogen) is clearly what did them in. Apatosaurus gas. Yep.
Cool I'm still going with the rope thoery

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Fred Flintstone who ate too many Brontosaurus burgers?
Could have been EM I hear there were tasty very little fat (it was all those Rock Colas and Cactus Coolers that Fred was drinking that caused his weight gain)

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Considering all the news about global warming, green house gases etc, Does this mean we are all dinosaurs, about to become extinct? I know dinosaurs had pretty small brains, compared to humans, aren't we smarter than that
Well Lowell some of us are more dinosaur that others for sure and there are days I feel extinct
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