Update: Apparently the items are all gone as the sales website no longer exists. »
So since 2 November I've been waiting to see if ThinkGeek will say anything new about the (currently discontinued) hadrosaur chunks they have for sale. At the product's page, the last update from them was on the 3rd. On their facebook, no comment. On their blog, no comment. So nothing has changed. The hadrosaur chunks… »
Update Note: no longer an active sale, apparently because ThinkGeek has sold all the items they purchased. »
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Was that as good for you as it was for me? Well, technically not me, by me I mean my friends, allies, and kin who want to get married. »
If you got 11 minutes and want to learn about how whales are a good demonstration of how we know evolution is a thing, here ya go. »
Estimates are that there's a million or so species of arthropods known to science, with another 4 to 9 million that haven't been formally described yet. Which was the best you've seen this morning? »
It's been over four months since I did one of these, so let's make like Britney's first marriage and just get into this without thinking and then annul it 55 hours later. »
I know what you're thinking. You want a book that's about a parallel Earth's 14th century Europe-style knight warfare, but you also want dinosaurs in it. »
1) Did you take the image with your own property?
`If yes, proceed to 2.
`If no, proceed to 5
2) Did you consensually share the image with anyone else?
`If yes, proceed to 3
`If no, proceed to 4
3) The image is owned by you and whoever you consensually shared it with. Mature adults would generally assume that… »
Spinosaurus aegyptiacus is a dinosaur that you might have heard of because it showed up in a Jurassic Park movie to break the neck of a Tyrannosaurus rex. But in the real world, it had a slightly weirder story. »