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Old 05-18-2018, 02:03 PM   #81
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Proof that a vegetarian diet will make you big and strong. Why nightmares, he only eats plants!
Because they can still squish slow people. And they went extinct because they couldn't find enough to eat. They couldn't eat other dinosaurs and couldn't evolve that capability fast enough. So they all died. Why they could no longer find enough to eat is the big source of conjecture at this point.
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@PACman "... couldn't evolve that capability fast enough. So they all died. Why they could no longer find enough to eat is the big source of conjecture at this point."

Well, they were here much longer than we can hope to be. Dinosaurs were on Earth for between 165 and 177 million years and were wiped out by sudden and dramatic climate change caused by drastic geographic changes and massive volcanoes. Our ancestors have only been around for about six million years, the modern form of humans only evolved about 200,000 years ago. Civilization as we know it is only about 6,000 years old and we are already looking at the end of days because we have exceeded the carrying capacity of the whole earth AND are changing our climate. It seems, of the two, dinosaurs were the more successful species.
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Pure White has more than just a little tint to it. Look at it here: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/38843615507960878/

Why they call it Pure White is beyond me.
It's definitely got a lot of tint for being pure!
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Proof that a vegetarian diet will make you big and strong. Why nightmares, he only eats plants!
There were quite a few carnivorous Dino's. http://www.nbcnews.com/id/23526147/n.../#.Wv9YQmgvxD8
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There were quite a few carnivorous Dino's. http://www.nbcnews.com/id/23526147/n.../#.Wv9YQmgvxD8
True, but his is a vegetarian that was giving the nightmares, though, of course, one might fear being stepped on.
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Some dinosaurs are still with us! Crocodiles were made to last. Evolved around 200 million years in the Mesozoic epoch, crocodiles have far outlived the dinosaurs. They, absolutely, none barred, must be the most successful species (Well, after cockroaches!)
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True, but his is a vegetarian that was giving the nightmares, though, of course, one might fear being stepped on.
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Some dinosaurs are still with us! Crocodiles were made to last. Evolved around 200 million years in the Mesozoic epoch, crocodiles have far outlived the dinosaurs. They, absolutely, none barred, must be the most successful species (Well, after cockroaches!)
Birds are direct decedents of the dinosaurs, Do you like fried chicken?
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Birds are direct decedents of the dinosaurs, Do you like fried chicken?
True! But the crock is pretty much unchanged and is what it has always been for the last 200 million years, I find that astonishing. Birds had to evolve into...
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Question Bird-from-dinosaur???

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Bird-from-dinosaur theory of evolution challenged: Was it the other way around?
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@PACman "... couldn't evolve that capability fast enough. So they all died. Why they could no longer find enough to eat is the big source of conjecture at this point."

Well, they were here much longer than we can hope to be. Dinosaurs were on Earth for between 165 and 177 million years and were wiped out by sudden and dramatic climate change caused by drastic geographic changes and massive volcanoes. Our ancestors have only been around for about six million years, the modern form of humans only evolved about 200,000 years ago. Civilization as we know it is only about 6,000 years old and we are already looking at the end of days because we have exceeded the carrying capacity of the whole earth AND are changing our climate. It seems, of the two, dinosaurs were the more successful species.
current theories state that the last dinosaurs died off do to some event that altered the earths temperatures much faster than previous theories speculated. Like in a matter of months. None of the previous theories could account for the speed at which the change occurred. That is why the current belief is atmospheric change caused by an asteroid or massive meteorite strike that created the Gulf of Mexico caused temperatures to drop drastically and a large percentage of leafy plants to die. Then, the vegan dinos didn't have enough to eat and couldn't evolve to eat what was available to them, mainly smaller dying dinos and mammals. It is a fact that omnivores are much more adaptable to climate change than herbivores.

And don't forget one other proven fact, and that is 99% of all the species on earth that have gone extinct, did so BEFORE there were ANY humans on the earth.

Also, less than 50 miles beneath your feet, the temperatures of the molten core reach 1000-1500 degrees f. And that molten core is constantly heating, cooling, and slushing around. Do we have any idea how that heat source effects the 1% of the mantle that we live on? Nope. We don't have a clue. But we do have the second law of thermodynamics, which tells us that in a closed system all energy is in a constant state of decay. And since our solar system is technically a closed system......Now this is physics, so lets not turn this into a political discussion again.
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Some dinosaurs are still with us! Crocodiles were made to last. Evolved around 200 million years in the Mesozoic epoch, crocodiles have far outlived the dinosaurs. They, absolutely, none barred, must be the most successful species (Well, after cockroaches!)
crocs are strictly meat eaters correct? So as long as there are plenty of creatures to eat they will survive. And when the vegan critters starve guess who gets the buffet? The crocs.
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current theories state that the last dinosaurs died off do to some event that altered the earths temperatures much faster than previous theories speculated. Like in a matter of months. None of the previous theories could account for the speed at which the change occurred. That is why the current belief is atmospheric change caused by an asteroid or massive meteorite strike that created the Gulf of Mexico caused temperatures to drop drastically and a large percentage of leafy plants to die. Then, the vegan dinos didn't have enough to eat and couldn't evolve to eat what was available to them, mainly smaller dying dinos and mammals. It is a fact that omnivores are much more adaptable to climate change than herbivores.

It was both climate change & massive impact strike.
https://www.theguardian.com/science/...d-strike-study


A crocks, a few small mammals and some ocean critters did survive it all! (or we would not be here today, me thinks)
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Wow. This could potentially be one of the most derailed threads we've ever had on PT. Nice job kids! One coat paint coverage to dinosaurs. That's awesome.
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Wow. This could potentially be one of the most derailed threads we've ever had on PT. Nice job kids! One coat paint coverage to dinosaurs. That's awesome.

Some of us tend to be attention deficit, what can I say. I got into trouble at grade school for the same kind of thing.
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Wow. This could potentially be one of the most derailed threads we've ever had on PT. Nice job kids! One coat paint coverage to dinosaurs. That's awesome.
Here, let me try to get it back on track, kinda’:
Which will cover a dinosaur better in one coat - BM or Emerld SG? Same color, sage green.
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Here, let me try to get it back on track, kinda’:
Which will cover a dinosaur better in one coat - BM or Emerld SG? Same color, sage green.

Aura Eggshell (3x base) - citrus blast. Main colorants Organic yellow (Y2) and Orange (O1)



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So far, all these samplings are telling me to stick with Para & PPG! Either one will give better one coat coverage on a dinosaur or any other broad surface.


(We should'a taken the dinos to Off Topic, sorry bout that!)
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I'd like to see some same color samples in different products. Like, that yellow in Ben, Regal and Aura for comparison.
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I'd like to see some same color samples in different products. Like, that yellow in Ben, Regal and Aura for comparison.
That gets expensive :p I just ask people to take 3ml samples (i bought a box of 10ml syringe) from their cans and mistints from the other stores.

You can do these tests on your own if you want, you can get a kit from leneta
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