The Animaris Rhinoceros Transport
September 28, 2004 1:54 PM   Subscribe

The Animaris Rhinoceros Transport: "Since about ten years Theo Jansen is occupied with the making of a new nature. Not pollen or seeds but plastic yellow tubes are used as the basic matierial of this new nature. He makes skeletons which are able to walk on the wind. Eventualy he wants to put these animals out in herds on the beaches, so they will live their own lives." [2MB Quicktime Video]
posted by muckster (10 comments total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
Great Christ. I know that there was a discussion about double post callouts but I think everyone can agree that this is ridiculous.
posted by kenko at 1:58 PM on September 28, 2004

Oh lord. I searched. Couldn't believe this hadn't been posted before, searched again. Nothing. I swear.

I'll go and hide now. Under my desk.
posted by muckster at 2:00 PM on September 28, 2004

My prediction for this thread?

posted by fenriq at 2:17 PM on September 28, 2004

posted by Smart Dalek at 2:22 PM on September 28, 2004

Heh. That's okay, muckster. I was meaning to look at this again today ;-)
posted by Shane at 2:23 PM on September 28, 2004

I'm glad you posted it... I hadnt seen the original post. This is amazing!
posted by mert at 4:35 PM on September 28, 2004

don't worry muckster, my very first post was a double with a repost time of a week or so, so on the scale of dumbass-ness, you're still below me.

And yes, you should hide. For a while.
posted by bob sarabia at 5:22 PM on September 28, 2004

well, his repost time was about a day. The most recent post hasn't even had a chance to scroll off the front page. How are you calculating dumbass-ness? ;)

I wonder what the most repeated front page post has been and over what time period. Hmm, I'm not even sure how to determine that...

Maybe a good question for AskMeFi...
posted by warhol at 7:04 PM on September 28, 2004

I missed this the first (few) time(s) as well.

This really is amazing!
posted by Stuart_R at 8:27 PM on September 28, 2004

Isn't there a bigger issue here? Is the search for doubleposting broken?
posted by geekhorde at 12:20 AM on September 29, 2004

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