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Post by Keyser » Wed Apr 18, 2018 8:53 pm

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Post by Keyser » Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:20 pm

Just a rather nice Argentinosaurus reconstruction to show it's vast size. :thumbsup:

https://cdna.artstation.com/p/assets/im ... 1477539917

Re: Random Stuff Part 20

Post by Keyser » Sun Apr 15, 2018 10:30 pm

NastyNickers wrote:


It looks like a turtle.


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The awe-inspiring Alligator Snapping turtle - they grow to a vast size (look the pics up of big ones on the web) and are truly prehistoric in appearance - a large individual can slice a broomstick in half with one snap of it's fearsome jaws. :thumbsup:

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Post by NastyNickers » Sun Apr 15, 2018 10:22 pm



It looks like a turtle.

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Post by Keyser » Sat Apr 14, 2018 5:02 pm

The TESS (Transiting Exoplanet Survey satellite) mission to study Exoplanets.

https://news.nationalgeographic.com/201 ... e-science/

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Post by Keyser » Sat Apr 14, 2018 4:45 pm

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Post by Keyser » Sat Apr 14, 2018 3:03 pm

Canary wrote:
Keyser wrote:
Canary wrote:
We're always looking for answers. Which one of these buttons could best help you discover the secrets of the universe, K?

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Impossible to say - perhaps invisibility or being able to phase to discover what the latest black op technology is like, being able to see the inside the Vatican archives and the secrets of every nation, not to mention all of the latest science and what goes on at Bilderberg etc.

The Millennium Simulation is almost 13 years old but is still one of the most awe-inspiring videos I have ever seen - and it really looks like the interconnected neurons and synapses of some colossal brain utterly vast beyond imagination (if I was feeling mischievous either a super-alien's or even a God's). :thumbsup:


The green button looks good too. You could turn into a microscopic bug of similar size to an atom or electron or even a quark...... and explore first hand the world of inner space which is every bit as mysterious and riveting as outer space. Nightnight Keys. x


Sorry just saw this Canny hope you slept well. :smilin:

Ceratopsian variety.

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Post by Canary » Fri Apr 13, 2018 9:48 pm

Keyser wrote:
Canary wrote:
We're always looking for answers. Which one of these buttons could best help you discover the secrets of the universe, K?

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Impossible to say - perhaps invisibility or being able to phase to discover what the latest black op technology is like, being able to see the inside the Vatican archives and the secrets of every nation, not to mention all of the latest science and what goes on at Bilderberg etc.

The Millennium Simulation is almost 13 years old but is still one of the most awe-inspiring videos I have ever seen - and it really looks like the interconnected neurons and synapses of some colossal brain utterly vast beyond imagination (if I was feeling mischievous either a super-alien's or even a God's). :thumbsup:


The green button looks good too. You could turn into a microscopic bug of similar size to an atom or electron or even a quark...... and explore first hand the world of inner space which is every bit as mysterious and riveting as outer space. Nightnight Keys. x

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Post by Keyser » Fri Apr 13, 2018 5:28 pm

The mysterious deep reefs of the Twilight Zone.

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science- ... 180968768/

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Post by Keyser » Thu Apr 12, 2018 6:02 pm

Nice reconstruction with dolphin-sized Ichthyosaurs to give a sense of scale.

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Post by Keyser » Thu Apr 12, 2018 2:39 pm

On the Super Giant Icthyosaur - in the paper they state evidence that the remains of another specimen 30% larger than the 26 metre individual.

That means 34 metres and bigger than the longest recorded Blue whale!

Albeit speculative until more complete fossils are found -

The same method has its limitations, but a comparison can be made to the Aust specimen (BRSMG Cb3869) that might be a portion of surangular. The maximum cross-sectional dimension of the Aust fragment is 13.8 cm ([15]; DRL, PDLS pers. obs.), which is similar in cross-sectional shape to a portion of the Lilstock surangular anterior to the coronoid, where the bone is roughly cylindrical. That region of the Lilstock specimen has a dorsoventral height of 10.6–9.2 cm, suggesting that the Aust ichthyosaur was a much larger animal, perhaps more than 30% larger. If the Aust specimen is a portion of the dentary or premaxilla, then the ichthyosaur was probably even larger. Of course, considering that the Lilstock and Aust bones represent only portions of the lower jaw, these estimates are very speculative.

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