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(New Scientist)   Our love affair with strange prehistoric bones. Um, we're not talking rule 34 here are we?   ( divider line
    More: Spiffy, Brian Switek, University of Chicago Press, feathered dinosaurs, woolly mammoths, velociraptor, Archaeopteryx, lost world, American Museum of Natural History  
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1514 clicks; posted to Geek » on 23 Apr 2013 at 10:07 AM (4 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2013-04-23 08:30:21 AM  
2013-04-23 08:36:05 AM  
But enough about Hugh Hefner...
2013-04-23 10:18:33 AM  
But enough about
2013-04-23 10:48:24 AM  

Paris1127: But enough about Hugh Hefner...

Curse you, Paris1127 (shakes tiny fist)....
2013-04-23 11:03:01 AM  
Cool link, subby. From the guy's book sample on Amazon: "Sauropods had a habit of losing their head between their death and burial." Good way to sum up the lack of craniums found intact with the rest of the fossil skeletons, and hence the mismatched species in early attempts to identify and classify.

/now you teenagers can go back to snickering

//"Uuhhh.... "He said 'Head'"
2013-04-23 11:41:05 AM  
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2013-04-23 04:20:34 PM  
Was hoping for some hot cave drawings of Betty Rubble.  Leaving disappointed.
2013-04-23 05:44:49 PM  
Oh, Brian's new book. If he doesn't take it easy patting his own back on Facebook/Twitter he's liable to break his own arm.

/I'll probably owe him a beer in Los Angeles this fall for that one
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