Reply Sat 15 Dec, 2012 09:04 am
This is a funny scientific talk about dinosaurs and extinction.
It also highlights how little we often know about the fossils we find.

Reply Sat 15 Dec, 2012 09:11 am
That was great. Horner is still one of the great speakers about dinosaurs. Glad to see he did a TED talk. (Many of the TEDs get so damn pompous about their topics)
Reply Sat 15 Dec, 2012 09:32 am
I like that video. It gives new to me information besides being entertaining.
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Reply Sat 15 Dec, 2012 09:49 am
Your post is most intriguing and quite the reminder worth noting, thank you...
Are you aware that humanity is still in a state of reversed comprehension pertaining to emotional concerns with regards evolutionary theory and extinction?.. No need to answer, thought I might just attempt to prompt your scientific interest in an idea you are aware of probably. Such is a trickier notion to navigate successfully. Though you may call it philosophical I suppose, I find it is emotional placation.

What I hope to achieve by pointing out this fulcrum of eye widening is beyond even me, but still, there you have it.
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Finn dAbuzz
Reply Tue 18 Dec, 2012 04:40 pm
You've either led the best of lives or the worst.

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Reply Thu 10 Jan, 2013 10:25 pm
Just came across this visualisation of the major phyla? (genera?) sumpin' anyways, that shows the evolutionary branches over time - kind neat. Won't try to embed it because it pretty big.


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