Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Dinosaur fossil was find out on the bus in Peru's mountains

Peru - officeholder found the fossil of a gigantic dinosaur jawbone while inspect a suspicious package on a bus in the mountains of Peru on Tuesday. The fossil, weigh up some 19 pounds, was found in the goods hold of the bus, which was start for the capital of Lima, and had been sent on the bus company's parcel service.

"The chin bone that was found could be from a triceratops, although dinosaurs like that have not at all been found in southern Peru.


Monday, March 17, 2008

Dinosaur Extinction Conspiracy:

Extinction of Dinosaur is a hot topic for discuss. New theories for the upheaval that killed the dinosaurs are offered every couple of years. We have viewed the substantiation and have decided to present our own theory.

Dinosaur extinction:

The majority scientists consider that dinosaurs went vanished about 50 to 65 million years ago. Most scientists have the same opinion that man's notion of dinosaurs has been bordered to the history 180 years or so (the word itself wasn't even invented until 1841). Therefore, if we ascertained evidence of man's acquaintance of (coexistence with) dinosaurs during the last couple of centuries, "science" (as we know it) would be turned upside down.

The Theory of Dinosaur Extinction:

Dinosaur Extinction is a topical occurrence. Many of the great sea and land monsters went wiped out in a comprehensive flood about 4400 years ago. Some of these individuals survived and populated earth with man, until they too went vanished as man killed them for sport, safety, and expansion (like black bears of Florida and bison of the Western U.S.). We know this theory is world-shattering to many! However, we must admit -- it's not imaginative. In fact, it's really not a conjecture at all. It's based on the instituted truth of the Biblical record -- a trace that's not dependant on mankind's ever-changing vision of science and reason.

Monday, March 10, 2008

Malcolm McKenna a Fossil Seeker Dies at the age of 77

Malcolm C. McKenna, a paleontologist who hunted fossils beginning the Rockies to the Gobi Desert, from Patagonia in the direction of the Canadian Arctic, and who published a trustworthy categorization of mammals, died previous Monday in Boulder, Colo.His spouse of 55 years Priscilla, thought he broke his hip last year and had "never truly recovered" as of hip-replacement surgery. Dr. McKenna, who was a retreat Frick curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, A eminent point of Dr. McKenna's career as a head in the study of fossil mammals was the publication of "categorization of Mammals," written with Susan K. Bell, during 1997. It was the conclusions of 35 years of investigate.


Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Dinosaurs to get new-fangled house in Heyuan

Authorities here have billed 50 million yuan for the building of a fossil museum this year, which will outline part of a dinosaur theme park.Heyuan, a city located in the mountains of Guangdong, set a Guinness World Record in 2005 for the world's leading gathering of dinosaur egg fossils it had 10,080 at the occasion.The 8,000-sq-m museum will house the gathering of dinosaur egg fossils, which has since grown-up to 13,800, in addition to bones and footprints that have been found in and around the city.

Four boys by chance discovered a group of dinosaur egg fossils in late 1995 when they were playing at a construction site close to their school. Then thousands of eggs that have been discovered, specialist have exposed 11 skeleton fossils and 168 footprint fossils since 2006.The city government of Heyuan plan to set up a museum and theme park to better protect its dinosaur fossils.

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