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A recent paper (Pahl & Ruedas, in press at this time) suggested that large carnosaurs from the Morrison Formation would have preferrentially or obligately been scavengers, but because they were also the largest theropods of the region, they would have … Continue reading →
As time goes on, it’s becoming harder and harder to keep progress on the website and handle my own day to day, so the blogging has diminished and even time to research and start work on the process of education … Continue reading →
Another year over, and a new one’s about to begin. It’s the [western] new year, and it’s been a little more bumpy than normal. Big things happened! I blogged less, but the blogging was more radical.
Skulls are fascinating. How the develop is fascinating, but what we end up with just as much. What these hard bits in the heads of animals can tell us about the not-hard bits of the head is extensive, but we’ve … Continue reading →
I have more extensive blog posts planned for the upcoming month, but there have been issues associated with the time I’ve had available and my health due to lack of financial resources. As such, aside from a slight melancholy for … Continue reading →
I’ve been fairly busy, and should have thrown a few shorty things together, but I’ve merely only recently finished with something more extensive and have been trying to deal with editors and reviews on a paper in press and preparations … Continue reading →
By now some of you may have noticed that the banner at the top of the page has changed. Some of you may have noticed that it keeps changing. Indeed, that the banner has changed any time you reload, go … Continue reading →
Via Facebook comes this cute comic from Felippe Nanni posted on his DeviantArt page: Little does the officer know, she kidnapped the oviraptor’s own eggs and took a bite before the oviraptor came home and called the cops. The cops … Continue reading →
Work eludes me; pneumonia plagues me; and the troubles of family follow. I sit here working out the possible implications of laying out much of my work that I want to do with oviraptorids, setting out possible muscle masses, moments, … Continue reading →
Rather than discuss the pros and cons of the moderation process on this blog, I will just note that I, personally, enjoy the environment of free form, no consequence speech. Despite this, I prefer to have some handle on the … Continue reading →