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We Might Be Totally Wrong About Why the Dinosaurs Went Extinct

We Might Be Totally Wrong About Why the Dinosaurs Went Extinct How the dinosaurs went extinct is a contentious topic of endless scientific debate.It wasn’t just cataclysmic events that did in the dinosaurs—these were the final nail in the coffin.

Michael Crichton left one more dinosaur novel for us to read

Michael Crichton left one more dinosaur novel for us to read When Michael Crichton sadly passed away back in 2008 he left behind 27 novels, some of which were written under the name John Lange, but all as enjoyable to read today as they were on release.We all thought that was the end of Crichton’s writing, but his widow Sherri Crichton has made another discovery.

Researchers claim new evidence unmasks the culprit in the infamous ‘Piltdown Man’ hoax

Researchers claim new evidence unmasks the culprit in the infamous ‘Piltdown Man’ hoax For those who don’t know, the Piltdown Man controversy essentially went like this.His discovery, named Piltdown Man, would be heralded as one of the most important finds in the entire study of human evolution.

Paleontologists just found a 2,500-pound T. rex skull in Montana

Paleontologists just found a 2,500-pound T. rex skull in Montana paleontologists have unearthed its skull, making an extremely rare find for the realm of dinosaur fossils.The 2,500-pound boulder of a bone traveled west this week to Seattle, where it arrived at the University of Washington’s Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture.