Paleontology Newswire (Page 13)

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  1. Dinosaurs invade Huntington Convention Center of ClevelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 7, 2017 | The Plain Dealer

    Dinosaurs once again roam the earth- at least that part of it covered by the Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland- as Discover the Dinosaurs UNLEASHED comes to town over the weekend. The show is a walk-through dinosaur themed exhibit of over 20 robotic reptiles from the Mesozoic Era, old friends like T-Rex, a gigantic Supersaurus, and various Jurrasic escapees, all of whom move, roar, and generally make their presence felt.


  2. Milton Keynes has history, and an exhibition starting this week proves itRead the original story

    Jan 7, 2017 | Miltonkeynes Today

    A New City Comes to Life, at Middleton Hall, kicks off Milton Keynes' year, celebrating 50 years since the city was officially born. From Tuesday until the 'Designation Birthday' itself on Monday January 23, the exhibition tells the story of the UK's most successful new city showcasing everything Milton Keynes.


  3. Students make 'significant' geological discoveryRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2017 | Canon City Daily Record Newspaper

    A section of Phantom Canyon displays a geologic structure known as the Fountain Formation. The fossils had been sitting there for millions of years, passed up by generations upon generations of geologists studying in Fremont County.


  4. Painful Truth: Dino-bats of the late JurassicRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2017 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    Everyone knows, by now, that birds are descended from dinosaurs. In a very real way, birds are living dinosaurs, just without all the gnashy claws and teeth we've come to expect of close relatives of Tyrannosaurus rex.


  5. School holiday fun guideRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2015 |

    Art Gallery of South Australia, North Tce, Adelaide, 10am to 5pm, for all ages. Visit the gallery's hands-on space The Studio, where you can make your own version of "dazzle camouflage" inspired by the exhibition Sappers & Shrapnel .


  6. Magnolias feted at San Francisco Botanical Garden eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2017 | Marin Independent Journal

    Courtesy of Saxon Holt Magnolia denudata, one of the San Francisco Botanical Garden's most beloved magnolias, dates back to 618 A.D. Eric Walther, the San Francisco Botanical Garden's first director, carried on a love affair under everyone's noses and, today, even in his absence, visitors still glimpse reminders of his long-ago romance. From Jan. 15 through March 31, the garden will celebrate “Magnificent Magnolias” with free magnolia walk maps and a events that include free docent-led tours, private tours, “Magnolias by Moonlight” tours, story time for children, special signage, a magnolia mobile app, classes, a beer event called Blooms and Brews, and a Valentine's Day happy hour.


  7. Biologists say we're in the midst of the sixth mass extinctionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2017 | Michigan Radio

    The rare Kirtland's Warbler is native to Michigan and has faced frequent exintiction threats over the past 50 years. There have been five mass extinction events on planet Earth over the past 540 million years.


  8. CSC Summer Seminars 2017Read the original story

    Jan 6, 2017 | Discovery Institute

    ... cutting-edge ID work in fields such as molecular biology, biochemistry, embryology, developmental biology, paleontology, computational biology, ID-theoretic mathematics, cosmology, physics, and the history and philosophy of science. The C.S. Lewis ...


  9. Upcoming Lubbock exhibit claims dinos coexisted with humansRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2017 | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

    But some of the program's claims - dinos lived as recently as 6,000 years ago and coexisted with humans - have drawn criticism from area scientists. "In science classes, children should be taught good, solid, well-supported science," said Dr. Lou Densmore, chairman of Texas Tech's biology department.


  10. Ancient tomato ancestors found in 52-million-year-old Patagonian stoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2017 | Watertown Daily Times

    ... or the nightshades, wrote plant scientists from Cornell University, Penn State University and the Museum of Paleontology Egidio Feruglio, in Argentina, in the journal Science on Thursday. They named the plant Physalis infinemundi, meaning at the ...


  11. What to do in Oklahoma on Jan. 6, 2017: Spend your snow day at Science Museum OklahomaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2017 |

    The exhibit "Red Dirt Dinos: An Oklahoma Dinosaur Adventure" is on view through March at Science Museum Oklahoma. Photo provided Happy snow day! Science Museum Oklahoma, 2020 Remington Place, is opening at noon today to accommodate families out of school due to the snow day as well as other visitors.


  12. Study: 99% of Coral Will Bleach Every Year Within a CenturyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2017 | NorCalBlogs

    Coral survived the Cretaceous / Paleogene extinction event which wiped out the dinosaurs, when a 6 mile wide Asteroid crashed into the Gulf of Mexico 66 million years ago. Coral survived the Permian-Triassic extinction event 252 million years ago, when the Siberian Traps were formed, a colossal series of volcanic eruptions which covered almost three million square miles in lava, contaminating the entire world with toxic fumes and volcanic ash.


  13. 'Discover the Dinosaurs Unleashed' and the Ohio RV Supershow are front and center this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2017 |

    Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland. 300 Lakeside Avenue and West Mall Drive.


  14. T. rex cousin's 99-million-year old tail feathers found in amberRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2016 | New Scientist

    A piece of feathered dinosaur tail has been found trapped in amber and perfectly preserved for almost 100 million years. Despite the yawning gulf of time, individual feather fronds can easily be identified.


  15. The White House finally reveals its plan to deal with a doomsday...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2017 | Daily Mail

    It is one of the most popular fictional doomsday situations, featured in films like Armageddon and Deep Impact, but the danger of an asteroid destroying life on our planet is a reality. For years scientists have been trying to work out how to deal with the threat of an asteroid, which could hit us with little or no warning.


  16. These authors make modern theories accessibleRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 26, 2016 | Kenosha News

    Black holes. Dark energy. String theory. Ever wonder what's going on with modern physics? What the heck are these folks talking about? Standing on the shoulders of such giants in the field as Carl Sagan and Stephen Hawking are Lisa Randall and Brian Greene, who shed light on this otherwise obscure subject in an engaging style that is readily understandable to the interested layperson.


  17. Bradley County's - Inscribed Chatata Wall' leads to ideas of - Lost Tribes' connectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 26, 2016 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    Did one or more of the Lost Tribes of Israel settle in Bradley County many centuries ago? A noted New York professor thought so, and documented his findings with the Smithsonian Institution in THE HAND-DRAWN items above, which belong to the Smithsonian Institute, were reportedly of objects on a wall in Bradley County which was discovered before the turn of the 20th century. A professor's claims about the old wall, originally discovered by a Bradley County farmer, were never confirmed.


  18. 10 Things To Look Forward To In London In 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 26, 2016 | Londonist

    Think Moomins, Lego, hygge, saunas and gastronomic treats like cinnamon buns, pickling and curing - alongside the most inspiring and intriguing of Nordic art, mythology, literature and music. The programme looks at the Nordics' reputation as world-leaders in their approach to play, children and young people, gender equality and sustainability - and asks what the UK might learn from our northern neighbours.


  19. Scarabs Cleaned Up After Dinosaurs and Inspired Ancient PeoplesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 26, 2016 | WKSU-FM Kent

    The animals around us have long influenced our spiritual beliefs. For ancient Egyptians, the humble scarab beetle represented the passing of the sun across the sky, as well as the promise of redemption and rebirth.


  20. Dinosaur Shows Extreme Jaw EvolutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 26, 2016 | Yahoo!

    Its body was somewhat like an ostrich's, with short arms that ended in clawed fingers, as well as a long tail. At birth, it was just over one foot long while the adults grew up to about 8 feet.