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(Forbes)   Scientists discover 6,000 year old family footprints on an English beach. Evidence of teeth and pet tyrannosaur missing   (forbes.com) divider line 7
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2014-02-12 08:40:58 AM
The devil took a break from burying dinosaur skeletons even deeper to come fill in the dinosaur footprints.
 
2014-02-12 08:48:31 AM
TFA makes reference to "pre-history."
How can there be pre-history?

Isn't that still just history?
 
2014-02-12 08:55:14 AM

Honest Bender: TFA makes reference to "pre-history."
How can there be pre-history?

Isn't that still just history?


They are probably using the definition of history which is basically "the stuff that humans have witnessed/recorded".
 
2014-02-12 09:05:17 AM
Obviously had to leave dino in the car.
 
2014-02-12 09:17:02 AM
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2014-02-12 09:18:34 AM

Honest Bender: TFA makes reference to "pre-history."
How can there be pre-history?

Isn't that still just history?


Often I am under the impression that pre-history tends to mean "Before recorded history."
 
2014-02-12 10:20:13 AM

Felgraf: Honest Bender: TFA makes reference to "pre-history."
How can there be pre-history?

Isn't that still just history?

Often I am under the impression that pre-history tends to mean "Before recorded history."


Like the building of Stonehenge, the events in the article took place "...'undreds of years before the dawn of 'istory..."
 
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