that may all be true, but the fact is: In the movie the 'Velociraptors" were potrayed in that way, not the real way. they may have been based of another dinosaur, but they were still called a velociraptor.
And they evolved as the series progressed, didn’t they?
Also, the books were written in the late 80s and early 90’s, being published in 1995.
Back then, this part of the world didn’t believe any dinosaurs had feathers at all. So, in that respect, they are a bit correct in their portrayal in the film.
They are pretty much just naked, just missing the feathers we now know they had.
And we both missed a huge point: They were mutant replicas of dinosaurs.
Their DNA was spliced with that of some unknown amphibian’s. No doubt the feather gene would get misplaced, damaged or completely destroyed and replaced in the splicing.
Theyre workin on it :) and maybe i will be too, eventually :D haha
I know I joked about it (and continually do so when feeling famished), but I think that it could really solve a lot of problems. My mother is from the Philippines and grew up in poverty. When she heard about 3D printers she was so happy because she thought they could print food, and that people wouldn’t have to be hungry anymore. It makes me happy to hear that it’s being worked on.
Hi, I really LOVE stargate, it would be pretty hard to find someone who loves it more than me, and i just posted something that i think would be worth reblogging for you, So could you come check it out? thanks!
Thank you very much. I do enjoy reading the things you post on your blog and I’m glad to find another Stargate fan.