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(Slashdot)   Scientists use supercomputer to figure out that an 80-ton dinosaur... walked very, very slowly   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, dinosaurs, largest animals, supercomputers, Northern England, Late Cretaceous, special collections, Polaris, simulations  
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2013-11-01 12:20:59 PM  
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LordJiro: kimwim: Would have been cool if ONE of the articles about this had included a video of said walk.........

Preferably with 'Walk the Dinosaur' playing over it.

Damn you. That's stuck in my head now.
2013-11-01 12:10:10 PM  
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SmackLT: I just did a couple quick calculations on my home supercomputer, and determined that they also took craps that are roughly the size of a John Deere skip loader.

This is why the dung beetle is the most important creature in Earth's entire history.
2013-11-01 12:03:16 PM  
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Kome: But have they clocked a t-rex yet?
2013-11-01 11:59:38 AM  
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But have they clocked a t-rex yet?
2013-11-01 10:34:48 AM  
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Sybarite: Slow and low, that is the tempo.

White Castle fries only come in one size.
2013-11-01 10:20:41 AM  
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Slow and low, that is the tempo.
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