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Can a human outrun a Tyrannosaurus rex ?

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Myles
On 9/13/2020 at 1:56 PM, Jaded1 said:

Since when is 13 miles per hour "slightly exceeding the top speed of a human runner"??? Eliud Kipchoge can keep a 13 miles per hour pace up for a whole marathon! Usain Bolt's top speed is apparently 27.8 miles per hour https://theconversation.com/the-maths-behind-the-fastest-person-on-earth-and-no-its-not-usain-bolt-63732#:~:text=Despite this%2C the fastest human,44.64kph or 27.8mph.

Michael Scott can do 31 MPH.

 

 

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godnodog

well not impressed, I can outrun a shark so I should very well be capable of outrun an extinct species individual.

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DanL

Fortunately the T-Rex was extinct for almost 65 million years before humans came down out of the trees.

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