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Lucy’s Great Mystery: How Could Australopithecus Survive and Evolve Into Us?
October 8, 2009 · 7 Comments

Part One: She Should Have Been Caught and E A T E N ! Lucy evolved into us. Really, really (to quote “Shrek.”) Her species, Australopithecus afarensis, or something extremely close, changed over three million years to become Homo sapiens – the species that includes you and me. So we should treat Lucy with respect……. […]

The Truth is in the Tooth
August 17, 2009 · Be The First To Comment

When you take a bite into a juicy hamburger or dive into a pile of asparagus, do you ever wonder how you’re able to eat the way you do? Humans, by nature, are omnivores; this means that we eat fruits, veggies, and various meats. If you NEVER saw a person eat, though, you could still […]

Draw Dinos Right!
September 29, 2008 · 6 Comments

Someone asked me: What are you?  Science Guy or Artist? Both. Leonardo da Vinci said: “I don’t understand a thing ‘till I draw it.” When you draw, your finger tips teach your brain what’s important. Cleaning Bones & Feeling Dinosaur Muscles Most fossil-cleaners are good artists.  As they chip away the rock, their finger tips […]



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