Dinosaurs ruled earth, but not Queensland

“Dinosaurs ruled most of the earth – but not Queensland Australia” claims palaeontologist Tony Thulborn, according to Nature Science Update 19 Mar 2003. Thulborn and a colleague from Monash University (Australia) found pieces of a skull of an extinct mammal-like reptile that had been dated as 105 millions years old in the Queensland Museum (Australia). […]

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Asteroid Extinction Theory Confirmed

Asteroid extinction theory confirmed according to articles in BBC News and ScienceDaily 4 Mar 2010 and Science Vol. 327, p1214, 5 March 2010. An international panel of scientists has reviewed the evidence that an enormous asteroid impact was responsible for the extinction of the dinosaurs at the end of the Cretaceous period, 65 million years […]

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Seven Million Year Old Chad Skull

Seven million year old chad skull intrigues anthropologists according to reports in Nature Science Update 11 Jul 2002 and Nature, vol 418, p145, 11 Jul 2002. Michael Brunet of the University of Poitiers, France has found a skull with a chimp sized braincase, brow ridges like a gorilla, but smaller canines and thicker tooth enamel […]

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