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Science!!!! Bitches
#21
Will these take 45 minutes to cook?
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#22
(11-30-2017, 09:05 PM)WillieLee Wrote: Yeah. They just happen to find dinosaur eggs when they are about to get their funding cut. What next? A live T-Rex?
That would be great.

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#23
If there are embryos, we can get a green dragon to sit on the clutch and impress them as they hatch!

I got dibs on a Bronze!
Signatures. How quaint.
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(11-30-2017, 09:07 PM)r0cketfr0g Wrote: Will these take 45 minutes to cook?
Try 60,000,015 years?

Because it won't be another fifteen years until science has reached the point where we'll all be given the opportunity to be eaten by genetically engineered pterosaurs.

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(01-04-2016, 03:16 PM)Adrian B AWESOME Wrote: Magic Mike is actually pretty good! I thought, anyway.
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(12-01-2017, 12:53 AM)BriRedfern Wrote: Try 60,000,015 years?

Because it won't be another fifteen years until science has reached the point where we'll all be given the opportunity to be eaten by genetically engineered pterosaurs.

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Life finds a way.
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(12-01-2017, 01:16 AM)r0cketfr0g Wrote: Life finds a way.



(02-20-2016, 11:00 AM)Jason Wrote: Morty wept

(02-20-2016, 11:01 AM)LETTERS Wrote: Morty is Morty.
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#27
Yeah, this seems like another NASA conspiracy. I mean, it's pretty convenient that they're over the moon.
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Giant Prehistoric Penguins Once Swam Off The Coast Of New Zealand

Quote:An international team of scientists have announced the discovery of a previously unknown species of prehistoric penguin.

The bird waddled around off the east coast of New Zealand between 55 and 60 million years ago. And it was a giant as far as penguins go. The researchers estimate that it probably weighed about 220 pounds and was around 5 feet 10 inches tall.

"That's about as tall as a medium-sized man," says Gerald Mayr, a paleontologist at the Senckenberg Research Institute and Natural History Museum in Franfurt, Germany, and the lead author of the new study published today in Nature Communications. "This particular specimen is one of the largest known fossil penguins."

The largest living penguin, on the other hand, the Emperor penguin, is a good bit shorter — around 4 feet.

The scientists have named the new species Kumimanu biceae, which means 'monster bird' in the Maori language. (Kumi is the name of a monster in Maori mythology and manu means bird.)

The new finding is really cool, says Julia Clarke, a paleontologist at the University of Texas, Austin, who wasn't involved in the study. "I mean, what's not cool about a human-sized penguin?" she says.
(02-20-2016, 11:00 AM)Jason Wrote: Morty wept

(02-20-2016, 11:01 AM)LETTERS Wrote: Morty is Morty.
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#29
Quote:The new finding is really cool, says Julia Clarke, a paleontologist at the University of Texas, Austin, who wasn't involved in the study. "I mean, what's not cool about a human-sized penguin?" she says.
I fucking hate science journalism.
(04-13-2018, 05:23 PM)r0cketfr0g Wrote: Ben, that was a pretty good post! Thanks!
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(12-13-2017, 10:05 AM)Ben Wrote: I fucking hate science journalism.

LOL
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