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When I started working on sauropods, I thought their vertebrae were cool but they were loaded with weird structures that I didn’t understand. Then I dissected my first ostrich neck and suddenly everything made sense: this was a muscle attachment, [...]
Indonesia ancora alla ribalta per uno tsunami, il secondo in pochi mesi. La sera del 22 dicembre uno tsunami ha colpito le coste dello stretto della sonda, quello che divide Sumatra da Giava. Si tratta di un'area tragicamente nota per l'esplosione [...]
We are soon opening a room on Homestay. As soon as they approve us, which might be never, if they don't have a sense of humour.
All our kids are gone. A neighbour across the street is biggly into this, so we are giving it a try.
El pasado 24 de noviembre se celebró el “I Concurso de Pintura Mural y Graffiti” organizado por el Ayuntamiento de Cuenca y la Asociación El Canto del Gallo. Javier Gutiérrez Maestro y los integrantes del Taller de Restauración [...]
"Dino Xmas" (Ben Scruton)
Más o menos a estas alturas del año, recopilamos algunas ilustraciones de temática navideña con dinosaurios. Aquí va la selección de este 2018...
"All I want for Christmas..." (Taran Fiddler)
"Happy holidays!" [...]
GeoLog-The official blog of the European Geosciences Union [2018-12-24 07:01:24]
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The EGU wishes all our readers happy holidays and very warm wishes for the new year. And for a chance to be featured on GeoLog throughout the new year, don’t forget to submit your field and lab based photographs and other visuals to Imaggeo: our [...]
“Shall I bend low and in a bondman’s key, With bated breath and whisp’ring humbleness…?” Shylock (Merchant of Venice, Act 1, Scene 3) As dark nights draw in, the venerable contrarians at the GWPF are still up late commissioning silly [...]
Have you tried 'Earthlearningidea bauble quiz; fun for all the family - and your class'
This is an exercise to consolidate learning about the Earth through comparisons with a festive bauble.
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George Jennings Hinde, 1883. Catalogue of the fossil sponges in the Geological Department of the British Museum (Natural History). (Printed by order of the Trustees) London:
There is a grand and momentary sight to be had if you are driving south on Interstate 5 about seven or eight miles north of Medford, Oregon. If the weather is clear when you round the last bend before the Rogue Valley, a beautifully symmetrical [...]