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    Something bigger out there!

    http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/trending...185347878.html

    Might be nothing, but cool (short) read

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    hmmm kinda cool.

    Very brief analysis during our bathroom break but this link http://www.elasmo-research.org/educa..._body_temp.htm shows a GW body temp is about 10% higher than water temp.

    A warm-blooded orca has a much higher body temp you can see in this search. https://www.google.com/search?q=body...x-a&channel=sb.

    The article says the temp jumped from 46 to 78 degrees but I didn't see anything about the water temp. Seems warm-blooded based on the 30 degree temp change.

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    Yeah, i would agree with ya. Glad they ruled out a kraken. LOL

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    they are reaching with this. but thats ok i guess cause science allows that.

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    Yeah, its a short interesting story and def makes ya think. But then it fades away

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    Dude I soooo hope it's The Kraken! Does sound like a warm blooded creature like Clemson said. Maybe a really big prehistoric Orca? Orcalodon perhaps? God I hope we don't have an Orcanado.

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    LMAO, Orcanado vs. ........

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    NJShredmachine is not concerned. but you should be.

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    Well...it's obvious to me.










    We're all gonna die. It's clear he's getting bored in the ocean.
    Last edited by MichaelJR; Jun 10, 2014 at 05:25 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelJR View Post
    Well...it's obvious to me





    We're all gonna die. It's clear he's getting bored in the ocean.
    it all starts the same….false data: no? are the instruments broken?? no. they HAVE to be.
    they're not. uh - oh……...