This is cool. You really have to wonder WHY does every culture seem to have myths of the Dragons?
Jacob C. wrote:I'll check out this Dragon show tonight! Should be interesting!
Jacob C. wrote:Too bad it doesn't premier till March 20 Jacob. You'll just have to wait.
Darn, I thought it said Feb 20!
I guess I only see what I want too!
JPinoy wrote:They said that the fire part comes from the Hydrogen producing bacteria in the dragon's gut. Its gets mixed with platinum or some other element that the dragons consume to create a flaming chemical reaction.
Considering that herbivore dinosaurs did eat rock to help grind the grass in their gut. I don't see how they would be unable to get that platinum element.
As for flamable gases produced by bacteria... a form of methane gas is produced by the bacteria in our large intestine.
JPinoy wrote:Ever see how fire breathers do it? You know, drink a mouthful of beer or wine and spit it out next to a fire. They don't get burned (because) the fire they breathe out lasts for 1 second at most, which is not enough time to cause a burn on their lips.
Besides... snakes and scorpions have venom, monitor lizards or "Komodo Dragons" have bacteria laced saliva... yet the "weapons" these animals have doesn't affect them, because its their nature to develope a tolerance or even resistance to their own deadly weapon.
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