Could the Tyrannosaurus Rex Really Not See You If You Didn’t Move?

In this episode of The Brain Food Show, we start out with a follow up to a previous episode in which we mentioned Teddy Roosevelt likely helped delay the start of WWI, but then never actually said in that episode how.

Next up we discuss whether the Tyrannosaurus Rex could really not see you if you didn’t move as depicted in Jurassic Park, as well as a few other interesting Jurassic Park factoids.

Then we get into a little podcast feedback and finish up by discussing the interesting thing that would have actually happened in Finding Nemo when Nemo’s mother died had it been more accurate.

And if you’re wondering why we aren’t announcing the winner of the contest in this one, it’s because we recorded this one before the Caesar series over a month ago and simply completely forgot about it… So it’s a little behind the times. 🙂

On another note, if you could do us a huge favor and rate and review this show in whatever podcasting platform you’re using (including hopefully giving us some feedback related to the new format), we would be extremely grateful. Thanks!

(You can also discuss this episode and view references on The BrainFood Show forum here.)

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  • Donald MacGregor

    Iv listened to a few episodes of the podcast and they are interesting but it would be nice if you could stay on topic more. I want to hear about Trex’s not some guy for the United States.

  • I want to provide feedback on a possible reason why some of us enjoy the usual format versus interviews. I personally enjoy the Daven/Simon dynamic, and we don’t get as much of that in interview episodes. That’s my two cents 🙂

  • On the subject of metric vs Imperial. The US is technically not the Imperial system, since that was created by the British Empire post Revolution. The US uses “US customary measurements”. The measurements, especially for volume, are different from British Imperial.