Originally posted by ShadowXIX
Originally posted by Gazrok
You missed a great special on the Animal Planet channel a few days back, you should try and find it...
Gazork that was a great special I really like the T-rex vs the prehistoric Dragon that was pretty cool.
The only problem I had with the working of Dragon anatomy was the platinum being required for the dragon fire.I mean platinum isnt exactly plentiful even with human mining techniques. So I would have to be sceptical on just how much would be exposed on the surface for dragons to eat. I much prefer the idea from a old story "Flight of the Dragons" In which the dragon had a small organ in the roof of its mouth that produce a small electrical current that provided the ignition for the hydrogen.
[edit on 27-3-2005 by ShadowXIX]
Originally posted by Shenroon
this is slightly off topic but bet555 your sig if it is refering to what the alien bounty hunter said in the X-Files it is everything not everyone
Originally posted by sammie_doodle
I am currently studying A-Level Geology, and so do not believe the theory of a hollow Earth. If it were hollow, the liquid outer core would just go into the space, as liquids flow to fill the area they are contained in. It is due to pressure that the outer core is liquid, and even more pressure means that the inner core is solid. So no room for dragons.