Poll: Who would win in a fight?
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A million cats
90 56%
A T-Rex
70 44%
Voters: 160.
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#1
Who would win in a fight, a million cats or a T Rex?

I know who I would choose.
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Sort of like the answer to "Five Navy Seals or 100,000 Civil War era soldiers?"
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#4
Cats.
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#9
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T rex. Cats are pussies.


for the pun.
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#10
Quote by Lost Dog
T-Rex. I doubt any number of cats could do any damage.

Imagine twenty million claws (five on each paw) tearing at your flesh. Even with the T-Rex eating, crushing, and tearing some apart, the sheer number of them will overwhelm the dino. It will be nothing but a over-lacerated carcass bleeding to death.
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#11
Quote by DonGlover
Imagine twenty million claws (five on each paw) tearing at your flesh. Even with the T-Rex eating, crushing, and tearing some apart, the sheer number of them will overwhelm the dino. It will be nothing but a over-lacerated carcass bleeding to death.


That's if their puny claws even can pierce the T-Rex's flesh. Which I doubt.
#12
That's not a fight. It's a ****ing extra large bucket of popcorn for the T-Rex. All we need now is a movie.

...I vote the notebook.
#14
Quote by supersac
a million ants can totally kill a person if they awanted to im sure a million cats can take a trex



Cats aren't nearly as organized or ferocious as ants. Ants will take over the world. Hell, they already have!
#16
Quote by Lost Dog
That's if their puny claws even can pierce the T-Rex's flesh. Which I doubt.

It's just basic reptilian skin, similar to an alligator. If it were an ankylosauria (the group of dinos with natural armor) then it would be a lot harder. But carnivores generally don't need the armor like the herbivores do, because they are the hunters.
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#17
Quote by DonGlover
Imagine twenty million claws (five on each paw) tearing at your flesh. Even with the T-Rex eating, crushing, and tearing some apart, the sheer number of them will overwhelm the dino. It will be nothing but a over-lacerated carcass bleeding to death.


Well kind of... but I don't think T Rex's had human skin. I'm pretty sure they had scales. I don't think a cat's 1cm claws or like 1.5cm teeth are gonna do much (if any) damage.

I dunno, I don't see how even a million cats could strike a killing blow.
#18
Its kinda like saying Human (with only his hands and feet for defense) or a million fire ants.

i would pick the ants and the cats.

i forgot to factor in the skin part.


i pick the cats via TKo in the 4th round

t-rex would gas out
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Cats aren't nearly as organized or ferocious as ants. Ants will take over the world. Hell, they already have!


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#21
Itt: people severely underestimating the sharpness of cats claws.
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#22
basically, with every step the T-rex takes it'd kill close to a dozen cats, as T-rex feet are approximately 30x30 inches, and those would all be accidental kills. it'd just be a matter of time before all the cats die, assuming it could kill them at a rate fast enough so as to not die of old age first. but the cats couldn't do anything. they can barely injure humans, let alone a 7 ton lizard with thick scales.
#23
The T-Rex wouldn't be standing still. He would be running around, squashing cute little kitties as he went. I doubt they could even attack the T-Rex if they tried. They would probably just run away.

EDIT: ^ Yea basically that
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#25
Here's to put it in perspective:



Take that [roughly 50] and multiply it by 400000. Now consider that they each have 20 claws and 30 teeth. A cat scratching a wall hard and long enough can leave an imprint, so imagine that times one million and consider that they will repeatedly be scratching until they lacerate the flesh.

DonGedit: Also consider a T-Rex's short reach. It is essentially left with it's teeth alone (besides it's feet) to attack the cats with are extremely agile.
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#27
Quote by KG6_Steven
That's easy. The cats. Do you see any T-Rexs around?


...do you see a million cats in one place who are hungry for t-rex flesh? i doubt it.
#28
Quote by KG6_Steven
That's easy. The cats. Do you see any T-Rexs around?


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#29
T-rex, cats wouldn't be able to pierce its skin
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#30
I'm going to assume that 'cat' is just a broad term, so I'm going to use a million of these guys:

I'll take the cats.

Even with normal cats, I get the feeling the T-Rex would get fatigued pretty quickly.
#31
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#32
well few cats hunt in teams, few cats can work together so they would'nt be very effective and would most likely run away. However the Trex might be allergic to cat hair. in short theres only one way to find out... and jurasic park has taught us that this is a bad idea.
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#34
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T rex. Cats are pussies.
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#35
This reminds me of a question on the Monty Python and the Quest for the Holy Grail pc game

It was who would win in a fight: A t-rex or the Queen of England.

The queen would obviously.
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#36
Cat's claws couldn't do damage to a T-Rex's skin. They probably would just run from a T-Rex anyway, so T-Rex wins.


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#37
I'm gonna math this out for you Pit-tards:

Lets say the average cat is something like 1 decimeter wide by .5 meters long. This is merely an approximation, but it gives me easy units to deal with so its OK.

So that means that a rectangle of cats, 1000 by 1000 cats, would be 100 meters wide by 1500 meters long. To put that in perspective for the people who can't visualize metric measurements, that's approximately a 1 football field by 1 mile brick of cats.

With this knowledge, and given that 70% of all cats are ornery and just don't give a fuck (I know this from experience), that T-Rex will literally drown in a landlocked sea of angry cats trying to claw its eyes out. Also, don't forget that T-Rexes have tiny arms. There's no way a T-Rex could dislodge a cat once it was halfway inside it's eye socket.

And for the people arguing that the T-Rex wouldn't be standing still, NEITHER WOULD THE CATS. They'd be running around, trying to get out of the way of the feet.
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#38
Well, if we're talking house cats, I'd say the T-rex.
Here's why.
When the cats saw the gigantic dinosaur, they would size him up and find him to be more than they can feesably take. With that, their fight or flight instinct would kick in and they would probably flee.
If they were in a closed room with each other, they would probably run until cornered and killed by the T-Rex
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