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Varios investigadores del Grupo de Biología Evolutiva de la UNED acaban de publicar un nuevo artículo en la revista Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology titulado "On the validity of the Middle Triassic sauropterygian ‘Partanosaurus zitteli’ [...]
Sorry, I just liked the headline. ClownyMonkies is a situation that happens when internal weasels ignore physics. All companies and organizations evolve towards weaseldom. It can't be helped. The only force against this is having to build [...]
Just got notified that someone in Indonesia attempted to 'recover' my account. That means somebody contacted G and said I forgot my password. Everybody knows my user name, so it just the password.
Just do everything G says for
Neat, now the high-level site is in the exact same geology, just a few klicks in.
At this scale, the dots would nearly
This year, we on the European mainland will see no less than three exhibitions dedicated to paleoart, the imagination of extinct animals and worlds through art: in Munich, Haarlem and Coburg (opening on May 17th). This takes place against a [...]
Hello, 2017 painting of sheathed-horn Arsinoitherium zitteli. Time to see if we can figure out what those horns were for, other than looking regal in artwork.
Recently, I was in the Teylers Museum, Haarlem, for the opening of their sensational [...]
Thamnasterioide Kolonie, „Die historische Literatur (bis ca. 1950) fasst unter dem Namen Thamnasteria sehr viele Arten zusammen.“ (Löser, 2009, S. 119; Abb. 169) - Cenoman, oberes Cenoman (Dölzschen-Formation) - Ort: #Ratssteinbruch, [...]
Sullivan County Conservation District in New Hampshire is a great example of a group putting
Each month, Jesse Zondervan picks his favourite posts from geoscience and development blogs/news which cover the geology for global development interest. Here’s a round-up of Jesse’s favourite selections for the last three months of 2019: As the [...]
This is fun physics. Think of the cold air being a thick mat of jello. It's being squeezed on both sides by high-energy tropical plumes. Then it hits us.
No polar vortex, that has been proven to have insufficient energy to push the jello.