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Fowl Forensics: The Hips Don’t Lie
November 23, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

Photo Courtesy of Wikipedia In the old days, paleontologists classified dinosaurs into two general groups: The Ornithischian, or “Bird-hipped” and the Saurischian, or “lizard-hipped” dinosaurs. As the names suggest, the Ornithischians had hip-structures similar to modern birds and the saurischians had hips structures similar to lizards. Although modern paleontologists have been able to distinguish many […]

The (Real) First Thanksgiving: the Wampanoag Perspective
November 25, 2015 · Be The First To Comment

Most of us know the story. Seeking a place to establish a Puritan church, the Pilgrims arrive on the Mayflower at Plymouth Rock in 1620 and have a hard winter, so the Indians teach them how to grow their own food over the next year. The following harvest, they hold a huge feast to honor […]

You Can Thank Science for Helping You Cook an Awesome Thanksgiving Dinner
November 22, 2014 · Be The First To Comment

Loosen your belts boys and girls, because we are approaching Thanksgiving, the day where diets and portion control cease to exist. To make things a bit easier for you, I have compiled some tips on how to make your Thanksgiving dinner a winner. And how do we do this? With science of course! Turkey When […]

Science Doesn’t Sleep (8.28.08)
August 28, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

photo credit: audreyjm529 So here’s what went down after you logged off. Paleontologists have found the fossil of a 75-million year old pregnant turtle – something that has never before been found. We’re lucky to have the Gueymard telescope – one of the largest in the country for public viewing – right in our backyard. […]



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