23 Burst results for "Mesozoic"

"mesozoic" Discussed on National Day Calendar

National Day Calendar

02:29 min | 5 months ago

"mesozoic" Discussed on National Day Calendar

"Welcome to November 4th, 2022 in the national day calendar. Today we celebrate our prehistoric fruit and the sweet invention born of necessity. This episode is brought to you by smart food. There are a bunch of ways to be smart during the holiday season. Getting the shopping done early. Not seeing your aunt next to your mom and snacking on smart food popcorn. It's air pop popcorn toss in delicious white Cheddar cheese or sweet and salty kettle corn. You are what you eat. Welcome to the smart club. Shop now at snacks dot com. Figs are an interesting fruit. They've been around about a 100 million years. Fig trees were on earth at the same time as dinosaurs. Humans began cultivating them in the Middle East as the first civilizations grew across the region. When they made their way to Greece, figs became a staple of diets. This is also true for Italy, Spain, and northern Africa. Fake trees were planted across California by the missionary father junipero Serra, and today the state produces a 100% of the figs consumed in the United States. And if you're not sure how to enjoy this mesozoic fruits, there's always the fake Newton. During national fig week, take a fresh look at the fruit that outlived dinosaurs. They say that necessity is the mother of invention, and in the case of Eminem's candy, this phrase is certainly true. This candy was created in 1941 and during World War II, Eminem's were exclusively sold to the military. Their small size and candy coating made them the perfect candy for military rations. They were easy to transport, and the candy coating prevented the chocolate from melting. When soldiers returned home, they were hooked and wanted more. So the Mars company made them available to the general public. Soon, other companies made a knockoff version and Mars had to mark its candy coated chocolates with the trademark M that we still see today. On national candy day, treat yourself to something to make your day a little more sweeter. Eminem's or fake marlowe peanut M and M's action. Sing it with me. I don't even know it. Flaky outside. And jingles prehistoric. I'm Anna deavere. Marlon. I think for joining us as we celebrate every day. I'm assuming we're singing about figs, right?

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"mesozoic" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"mesozoic" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

"Authors also said being robust would have helped karrubi look for prey and water over a large area to live in an arid environment there is very little rainfall between twelve to eight inches or three hundred to two hundred millimeters of rain each year southern california. Oh it's that low full deserty. I always forget but molluscs fish. And crocodiles forms were found in the area so there were bodies water. When they're looking at the tiffany the authors suggested that the hollow type died near where it was buried and it was buried shortly after dying some of its bones were moved short distance and then buried on a quote poorly drained floodplain there some desiccation marks its removal of moisture and some disarticulation so the fossils were probably out in the air for a short time before being buried this. Is there no nowhere marks so the bones probably travel far from where the animal died too. Where was buried. The pelvic girdle is considered to be low. Transportable and the vertebrae are considered to be high transportable having both nearby plus no heavy fossils like in articulates. Going jaw helps to show this quote short distance transportation. Yeah that is interesting that it's you've got one of the heavier bones and some of the lighter bones and none of the in between f- so filo genetically only know enough so far to know it's annabel assorted types. Just a little too incomplete. The fossils now are housed at the paleontological museum. Professor antonio selva arruda campos. The rococco sounds familiar with the rest of it doesn't probably because they don't have time of dinosaur discoveries or maybe it's because they're all titanic source. Maybe that's why it does sound familiar. Could well hopefully they find more so we at least know what its head or hands on her feet or legs yea like and it seems likely he just a few years ago. All we knew was the pelvis true so the other new dinosaur that we have is more exciting. What at least it got picked up in new more new stories because it has a connection to tarantulas. Oh yeah there were a lot of headlines so funny how it's like any dinosaur. That's found. That is a taran or a tarantula. Road gets all these t. rex headlines and then even ones where it's like they're in the same ecosystem as a tyrannosaur. Get love did get a lot of excitement. So really a toronto's orbiting in your in your father is good for your career if you're a paleontologist so this one is a new allosaurus oi d- from ouzbekistan and the paper is a new car. Candice oregon theropod dinosaur occupies apex predator niche in the early late cretaceous of who's pakistan anything. That's an apex predator to think. There's more excitement around yet. They squeeze that into the title maybe to make it more exciting. The payers my kohei tanaka and others and published in the royal society of open science. Which means you can read it. It's open access so obviously as a carcharodontosaurus it is not a tyrannosaur but carcharodontosaurus are the last surviving group within alicea roy dea and a lotta people like alyssa royds cool. They're one of the main other groups. Basically around swords and allosaurus aids dominated about eighty million years worth of predator thaib or in the mesozoic chunk of time. Yeah this new carcharodontosaurus found in the vicinity formation. Which has been coming up more and more That makes it about ninety to ninety. Two million years old and that area includes jarrah titanic's which is a diplotic lead but not a titanic. Still a sorbonne. Yeah that one was just described this year as well and timur langa. Which is an early tarantula. Royd but not a true taranath oreo because ninety million years ago. I don't think we had any tarantula reds yet. I think they're all still in toronto territory. Is that how this new dinosaur became. Apex predator pretty much. Yeah because timur langa is closer in size to a dynamic than it is to t. Rex although that size estimate for timberland might be based on some juveniles so it might have been a little bit bigger but in the paper where described. They did have a bone from an adults and they didn't mention anything about how the bone was much bigger or anything so i'm just sort of extrapolating that they don't think there was a huge difference because they still gave their size estimates. So yeah it's definitely still much much smaller than this new car care not sore so as a little back story because everybody's interested in the t. Rex versus other predator story. Tyrannosaur royds tens of millions of years as smaller non apex mezro predators in their ecosystems. The tyrannosaur royd guan long in the late jurassic was much smaller than the alyssa. Royd sign raptor. Which had coexisted. With as well as the tarantula royd. Us us in the early cretaceous of europe was much smaller than the alyssa. Royd neo vennegoor and spinosaurus barracks which were all on the isle of white also known as dinosaur isle together. This new dinosaur is hulu bay. Soroush who's becca stan. Emphasis and ulu base. Horace is after the quote timid sultan lou bay in recognition of his early scientific contributions as a fifteenth century astronomer and mathematician in central asia region pregnancies. Now is back stan in quote. That's pretty cool. Yeah he clearly achieved a lot. If six hundred years later people are remembering him from this accomplishments and is all a dinosaur mailing lists some wrote that he is also quote grandson of more aka. timour lung the source of the name of the symmetric. Taranath soroush timberland Interesting when i was digging. I thought that.

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"mesozoic" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"mesozoic" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Fenner azoic is divided up into three eras the paleozoic the mesozoic and the senate zoellick the first period in the paleozoic is the one you might have heard of the cambridge in the cambrian is noted for the sudden appearance of complex lifeforms and animals in the fossil record. This is known as the cambrian explosion. Here's where you'll see many of the trial bites which are really common fossils in fact the appearance of trial bites pretty much defines where the cambrian appears in the geologic record all complex life that we know of in the cambrian was in the see. Nothing yet had come onto land of all the periods. I'll be going over. This is one of the most important to have a grasp on it spans. About fifty five million years from five hundred forty million years ago to about four hundred eighty five million years ago after the cambridge incomes the division period it lasted for forty one million years and went from four hundred and eighty five million years ago to about four hundred forty. Four million years ago it's noted for its continued by diversification fish first appeared during this period and probably the first fish with jaws. These were the first vertebrate animals. There still wasn't any animal life on land yet in order vision that we know of there were lots of volcanoes in meteors during this period as well by some estimates over one hundred times the number of meteor strikes that the earth experiences today the next period is the celerion it goes from four hundred and forty million years ago to four hundred nineteen million years ago what separates the division and the celerion is the or division celerion extinction event. This is the first of the major extinction events in earth's history and the second largest in terms of the number of species that disappeared from the fossil record. The celerion sees the appearance of the very first vascular plants on land as well as the first arthur pod type creatures on land. I should also note that as we get closer to the present the information we have become better the divisions in time become more. Precise and there are more subdivisions. Most of which. I'm not going to be going into. After the slurry incomes the devonian which extended from four hundred nineteen million years ago. Two three hundred fifty nine million years

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The Geologic Record: The Phanerozoic Eon

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:06 min | 1 year ago

The Geologic Record: The Phanerozoic Eon

"Fenner azoic is divided up into three eras the paleozoic the mesozoic and the senate zoellick the first period in the paleozoic is the one you might have heard of the cambridge in the cambrian is noted for the sudden appearance of complex lifeforms and animals in the fossil record. This is known as the cambrian explosion. Here's where you'll see many of the trial bites which are really common fossils in fact the appearance of trial bites pretty much defines where the cambrian appears in the geologic record all complex life that we know of in the cambrian was in the see. Nothing yet had come onto land of all the periods. I'll be going over. This is one of the most important to have a grasp on it spans. About fifty five million years from five hundred forty million years ago to about four hundred eighty five million years ago after the cambridge incomes the division period it lasted for forty one million years and went from four hundred and eighty five million years ago to about four hundred forty. Four million years ago it's noted for its continued by diversification fish first appeared during this period and probably the first fish with jaws. These were the first vertebrate animals. There still wasn't any animal life on land yet in order vision that we know of there were lots of volcanoes in meteors during this period as well by some estimates over one hundred times the number of meteor strikes that the earth experiences today the next period is the celerion it goes from four hundred and forty million years ago to four hundred nineteen million years ago what separates the division and the celerion is the or division celerion extinction event. This is the first of the major extinction events in earth's history and the second largest in terms of the number of species that disappeared from the fossil record. The celerion sees the appearance of the very first vascular plants on land as well as the first arthur pod type creatures on land. I should also note that as we get closer to the present the information we have become better the divisions in time become more. Precise and there are more subdivisions. Most of which. I'm not going to be going into. After the slurry incomes the devonian which extended from four hundred nineteen million years ago. Two three hundred fifty nine million years

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"mesozoic" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"mesozoic" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"Way that avi there were all different kinds of them. Round ones with fat thin ones with pointy clause and princeton. Straight lines and weird angles. What saudis must be. He told me that when he was growing up in the nineteen fifties. His grandfather didn't like him to stay out late so he would tell mario. The prints were from a monster that comes out only in the middle of the night he would say. Look look how it's left. Its footprints in solid rock. It's a super dangerous animal. It'll eat you up. And then in one thousand nine hundred eighty three a paleontologist visited from italy and revealed their true origin dinosaurs. So what do we know about dinosaurs in in bolivia so at this point bolivia has more than fifteen thousand confirmed dinosaur footprints which is one of the highest numbers in the world but they haven't unearthed big skeletons. The way neighboring countries like brazil or chile have or argentina which experts think was part of a shared migration route which they call a dinosaur highway that stretched for thousands of miles show. Why are there lots of footprints but not any bones. Dinosaurs lived during the mesozoic era from two hundred and fifty to sixty six million years ago and rock from this era is really scarce in bolivia and it tends to be in areas that are hard to reach areas. That are heavily forested and in total. Toto experts believe that it was once engulfed by a huge alkaline. Heavy lake shorelines of these kind of lakes are ideal for sealing prints but not for preserving bones. So that's the only traces of the dinosaurs that are there or those footprints. Well actually there could be bones. The of the tectonic plates left a lot of the mesozoic layers in these accordion. Like folds which pushes prints and bones closer to the surface montiel. Halloween is convinced that the bones are down there and if there was a serious search they'd find them and what are the chances that such a serious search might happen. So here's where a human element comes in. Bolivia is one of south america's poorest countries. You can count the number of full-time paleontologists on one hand. And there's not much science funding at all in other south american countries after big fines. The governments created science councils in allocated state funding for research made university courses to teach paleontology but bolivia has done very little beyond building a few museums. Bolivia clearly isn't making the most of its dinosaur potential here but still this world class set of dinosaur tracks is is enough of a draw. Isn't it absolutely sir. At the local level bolivians are starting to realize paleontology's potential torah. Torah has become the most popular national park and montiel. Hell dean is one of dozens of people from the village who grew up to be tour guides. He's sixty nine now but was shimmying down the mountain and hopping between these dinosaur footprints. As if you were still a child. He says that locals now. Know how to identify these prints author apparel or do the and they keep finding new footprints recently in a village near total total a farmer taking his cows out found a new set that a local paleontologist thinks could add to the growing evidence that land dinosaurs could swim and the hope is that over time. The growing awareness and excitement will lead to more funding from somewhere whether it's the government.

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"mesozoic" Discussed on Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read

Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"mesozoic" Discussed on Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read

"And can you tell its budget season where I work right now? Yes, I can tell that it is budget season where you work right now. Okay, so here's the quick and dirty of the site. If you've ever been interested in the behind the scenes, I often imagine myself as a business owner out in a field with a scythe and I'm like, well, I'll go this way now because I don't know that many people who do what I do. I mean, I know there are professional bloggers, but there aren't a lot of independent blogs that still exist that aren't behind paywalls, you know? Yeah, and then we get 14 years. 17. No, I am wrong. We turned 16 because my older child was born the same year as the site. So whatever year he is starting as how will the site is so the site is currently 16 and will be 17 in January. What? I thought we had the 15th anniversary. I mean, we did, but it was two years ago. It is 16. Yeah, I was founded in January of 2005. Which is like positively ancient and Internet time. Oh yeah. Oh, yeah. Mesozoic era of the Internet so here's the quick and dirty. The site is an LLC. I can not believe that in two states, the name smart bitches trashy books, LLC was not taken, and it was available. I could have it. Awesome. So I know how to register all C and two states about that name. I love calling the bank. It's my favorite things. And they confirm that, can you firm the business name? And I tell them and then there's this moment of silence. They're like, okay, thank you, ma'am. I like when I have to go to the doctor. They always double check like I used to employ at this space and there's a pause. There's a very, and I'm like, yep, yes. Sure. If you don't want to say it, yeah. It's okay. So all income streams for the site are treated the same, but I am constantly monitoring to make sure that there isn't revenue dependency in one particular place, because I can't control all of them. For example, you mentioned affiliate revenue. So we get Amazon Barnes and noble kobo Apple, not seeing anymore. Not apples so ridiculous. They just those three right now. And a little bit from Etsy. A little bit of Etsy revenue of affiliate revenue. But most of the affiliate revenue comes from Amazon. And I can't control the percentage we get, like, a couple of years ago, they dropped the percentage of ebooks from 8% to 4%, and that was like a massive loss to the revenue. So like I said, I try very hard to make sure I'm not dependent on one stream because everyone takes a turn in the Amazon toilet and sometimes it's my turn. So that's one element. Banner ads is another element and it's really interesting how that has evolved because we started running ads on the site. I want to say around 2008, maybe. And that was because authors were like, hey, would you run an ad for my book? And I was like, do you want to pay me to put an ad on the site for real? Really? That's the thing? It used to be a lot more big publishers. And as I was sitting and thinking about it, can you, can you possibly predict?.

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"mesozoic" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"mesozoic" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"I for some reason i was thinking. There's gonna be some kind of biological difference. Not really i mean so for is made up of hairs and hairs are filaments of protein primarily the protein carrollton in the case of of mammals primarily alpha carrollton. Some people might make an informal descriptive distinction between hereon for reserving the term for for like short dense coats of hair that covered the whole body of an animal. But there's not really a fundamental biological difference between dogs for in the hair on humans head it evolved from the same ancestor and pretty much the same stuff del within that range. Of course these hairs can take very different forms and serve different functions. And i'll explain more than a minute. So further is one of the primary traits of mammals. As an animal class camels are usually defined by the facts that they are warm-blooded animals that give birth to live young secrete milk and possess for Though some mammals such as wales have evolved to lose most of their hair. in fact there is broadly Strong biological truth to the simple observations. That even a child would make to see the distinctions between birds reptiles and mammals right. You know if you ask a kid. What is the difference between them. They might say well. Birds have feathers reptiles have scales and mammals. Have for and this probably correct with. Of course you know the exceptions about whales and cases of that sort but yeah broadly that is true. Those are major differences between these classes of animals So i was reading an interview that had some interesting stuff in it. That was For scientific american and interview with the memo logist. Nancy simmons of the american museum of natural history. Immunologist is a zoologist who specializes in mammals This was done by by kate wong in the year. Two thousand one and This brings up an interesting question. Which is did the mammals that existed at the same time as dinosaurs have for now at the time of this interview Simmons didn't know the answer to this question because of course it can be difficult to know a lot of things about the soft tissues outer coverings of long extinct animals. Hair doesn't generally fossilized so the paleontological evidence is sparse. Though of course you know you can learn some things from a special fossils that might preserve a kind of imprint in in some kind of Substrate or soil or from genomics. Maybe you might be able to learn some things about the deep past there I was reading a more recent article in national geographic by riley black from twenty fourteen that highlights At least one fossil find the does make it pretty clear that at least some mammals had for by the mesozoic period Because there are some impressions of for left stamped in a fossilized piece of mud..

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"mesozoic" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"mesozoic" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"mesozoic" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"mesozoic" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

"No one could find them so they're probably gone. It was possible they'll turn up again. The reason they might be from the same dinosaur is because the bones were found by the same person in roughly the same place and they look like they're from the same group but it's totally different bones so you can't tell yet and we don't have documentation of exactly where they were found. We don't have like all right so you don't know if it's the same specimen even. Yeah you might not know even if they were found close together because there are so many missing other bones unless found really really close then you might assume it but in this case we really just don't now especially because there's no overlapping material and as part of a foot and part of a john mack. Sula they're very far apart and then of course the fact that both specimens are gone. Certainly doesn't help either. You can't compare the rock itself or doing a chemical analysis but even though we don't have the original fossil's it does help to fill in some details about logging a and also supports that idea that maybe they were fish eaters potentially semi-aquatic. They suggest that people might be able to compare some of these bones of different women didn't loggins to some of the wading birds and try to piece together. Just how semi aquatic they are. I hope that happens. I love a good semi-aquatic dinosaur metoo is amazing to think that with all the crazy creatures in the mesozoic waters the dinosaurs ever ventured into it. I would no way. I don't like going in the senate zoellick oceans because i feel like there's too many sharks and things that can attack me with the mesozoic waters. Were a whole other ballgame true especially when it comes to things that eat land creatures hemans are not the best swimmers he poop ira at a minimum was a much better adapted swimmer than humans are just the fact that they have that sort of horizontal position where you could raise the head out of the wop rather than are weird like face goes straight down when we swim not that great we can move our heads to the side really quick wanna give you a reminder about our patriae on page many of you have already joined our patriotic and we really appreciate that because it is the main way we keep the podcast on a weekly basis and it gives us a lot of motivation and especially for me going into the discord server and seeing people talk about dinosaurs gets me pumped and ready to prepare notes. Give me a lot of great ideas. It's a wonderful place to go. So i highly recommend joined. That can and one last thing i want to note. Is that our top tier. The spinosaurus here currently has the reward after your a member for three months. You get a medal print of sabrina art. But that's going be going away very soon probably in about three months. So if you want a metal print of bernez paris orifice parade. Which i think is fantastic. Make sure that you join at the spinosaurus level berry soon and if you want that metal print also make sure you put your mailing address in with your patriots profile because otherwise it will say this patron has opted out of physical rewards and we have nowhere to mail it to. Yeah so he can do all that patriot. Dot com slash. I know dino yet again. Patriae on dot com slash i k. w. dia no to moving onto other dinosaur news. This one's also from brazil in sao paulo..

"mesozoic" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"mesozoic" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

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"mesozoic" Discussed on Extinction of Dinosaurs on the earth

Extinction of Dinosaurs on the earth

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"mesozoic" Discussed on Extinction of Dinosaurs on the earth

"The Bible truth behind the extinction of dinosaurs, dear brothers in Christ today I would like to bring forth an essential topic regarding the life of dinosaurs on earth. Scientists theorize dinosaurs as they first appeared between 247 and 240 million years ago. They ruled the earth for about 175 million years until an extinction event 65.5 million years ago wiped out all of them, expect for the avian dinosaurs. Scientists don't agree entirely on what happened, but the extinction likely was a double order triple whammy involving an asteroid impact, choking chemicals from erupting volcanos, climate change and possibly other factors. Scientists first began studying dinosaurs during the 1820s, when they discovered the bones of a large land reptile they dubbed a megalosaurus which means big lizard, buried in the English countryside. In 1842, sir Richard Owen, Britain's leading paleontologist, first coined the term dinosaur, Owen had examined bones from three different creatures megalosaurus, and highly of saws. Each of them lived on land, was larger than any living reptile, walked with their legs directly beneath their bodies instead of out to the sides and had three more vertebra in their hips, another known reptiles. Using this information, determined that the three formed a special group of reptiles, which he named dinosauria, the word comes from the ancient Greek word dinos means terrible and sorrows means lizard or reptile. There were many different kinds of dinosaurs. The smallest types were about the same size as a chicken, and the largest were over 100 feet, 30 meters, long, different dinosaurs at different diodes. Some types of dinosaurs at only meat, carnivores, some at only plants, tobis, and some at both plants and meats, omnivores. Many people incorrectly assume that all the dinosaurs lived together at the same time. This was not the case. The dinosaurs lived during a period known as the mesozoic era, which lasted many millions of years. During that time new types of dinosaurs evolved, and other types went extinct. In fact, in terms of distance in time, we are closer to some of the later types of dinosaurs such as Tyrannosaurus Rex and triceratops. Than they are to some of them at period and relative the early types of dinosaurs such as stegosaurus or platelets ores. The world was very different at the time of the dinosaurs, however the dinosaurs were around for such a long time that the world changed considerably over this period. At the time of the earliest dying of saws, the triassic period, all the earth's continents were joined together in one supercontinent, called pangea. During the final period of the dinosaurs, known as the Cretaceous period, just before the dinosaurs become extinct, the supercontinent had broken up and the different parts had begun to drift apart into something starting to resemble the modern globe. Dinosaur fossils have been found all over the world and studied by paleontologists to find out more about them many different types of these creatures that existed. Scientists have traditionally divided the dinosaur group into two orders, the bird hep Toronto cheer and the lizard hipped sores cheer. From there dinosaurs have been broken down into numerous genera, tyrannosaurus or triceratops, and each gene has sent to one or more species some dinosaurs were bipedal, which means they walked on two legs. Some walked on four legs, and some were able to switch between these two walking styles. Some dinosaurs were covered with a type of body armor, and some probably had feathers, like their modern bird relatives. Some moved quickly, while others were lumbering and slow, most dinosaurs were herbivores or plum teeters, but some were carnivorous and hunted or scavenged other dinosaurs in order to survive. Other theorists also say that dinosaurs mysteriously disappeared at the end of the Cretaceous period, around 65 million years ago..

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"mesozoic" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"mesozoic" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Person. Now, That doesn't bother me, if you know what does bother me. You know what makes the really sick to my stomach? What? What You stuff your face with those hot dogs? Nobody I mean, nobody puts ketchup on a hot dog. So me or dirty Harry. Well, look, first your question Presupposes that there is one kind of thing that is a hot dog. What you put on what kind of Frankfurter so look, we'll start with at the at the apex. The zenith of all hot dogs. Uh, is, of course, the West Virginia slaw dog, which is a A wiener with some snap in it. It's a thin weiner with with a thick casing. It's got a little snap. Two. It's got a light spice to it, and then you're going to put on top of that chopped white onion. Mustard. Then on top of that goes to the sauce. It's not chilling. There are no beans in it. It's a spicy ground beef thing, paprika anything and then on top of that is the coleslaw. This is the nay plus ultra, This is the correct hot dog. Now if I am at a And I am eating a waterlogged wiener in a encrusted bun from the Mesozoic era. Can I put hot dog? Can I put ketchup on that head? Sure you put anything you want on them, Whatever it takes whatever food lube that is at hand that can get that into you Just do it. It's funny because it's true in dog dog, right? Chicago dogs. There's Coney Island dogs. There's Dodger dogs. There's oh, I don't know what kind of hot dogs eat in Colorado. Probably Elk. Uh, probably getting Yeah, probably vegan bowler sausages. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, an abyss. Hot dogs. Have you ever been to the winner's circle and on Clark Street in Chicago? Sure have. Of course I have. Yeah. You think you think I got this body by accident? You think that I am not a food tourists in this great nation of ours. I love that place. I get the charred dogs, sometimes with cheese on it. Ketchup and hot peppers. Uh, Neary an area grain or or dollop of mustard. Don't near my dogs that that sounds pretty gross. But I mean, whatever that's a match up and cheese on a hot dog. Sounds pretty gross. It's early morning where you are, so if you can stomach it, and your listeners can stomach and then more power to Oh, I bet you didn't expect this conversation. Uh, this morning kiss. Uh, alright, so let's let's jump into some business here. I recently listened to all episodes of your limited run seven episode podcast called the Hangover Quite fascinating. Amazing guests. Why don't you tell us about what the hangover is and why you did it? Well, so an autopsy. Political autopsy is a conventional understanding that after a defeat, and the Democrats actually just did one after a victory because they're polling was off. Their expectations were if they missed their mark, so the Democrats just did one where the Democratic National Committee said to the Consultants and people who work for it. How did you screw up? And then they have to come back and make an accounting about why Democrats lost House seats and why Biden's margin wasn't bigger. And the Republicans did not do that. They can't even admit that they lost so that it's not like they can have an autopsy. But autopsies are really we start with the premise that what however you Adorn your political frankfurter. Uh, we need to healthy parties in the United States. Whether you're a Democrat or Republican, independent, nonpartisan, whatever we have a system that requires two healthy parties, and we have, like half of one healthy party right now, Um, the Republicans are shambolic. The Democrats are held together basically, by bailing wire at any moment, the Democratic Party could totally implode. They want to turn on Joe Biden so bad. They're just they're dying to do it. Um, And that's not good for the country, so I wanted to find out What really happened to the Republicans? And how did they get so screwed up? And since Republicans weren't going to do it, I asked my friend Steve and Jonah at the dispatch. If I could, if I could do it there, and I was really heartened to find that, you know, we had great Eric Cantor talked to us, Um Steve Kornacki from MSNBC, who is one of the best demography and data nerds in the world. I really admire him. Uh, we had Parker polling who ran the NRCC, the Republicans very successful House effort to talk about what went right for her. The idea was basically to take a dispassionate view. And look at how the Republicans got high on their own got so high on their own supply that they turned into this this train wreck. Put in context for us what the Republicans managed to. I'll put this in air quotes achieve over four years. Well, here's the that it looked at one way. The stunning set success that Republicans had in 2016 could have been The beginning of something pretty great, right for for if you're Republican. It could have been the beginning of something really great. Um, but they went from they Not since the Democrats after Harry Truman has a party gun. So in almost 70 years as a party gone from taking total control in Washington, Republicans finally had house the Senate and the White House. Um for the first time in a long time. How did they go from that to Minority in both chambers and losing the White House in the shortest span in 70 years. That was quite a feat Now. Maybe it's just true that our politics are broken now, and that's how it's going to be forever and that we will live in the world where neither party can govern. All they can do is complain about the party that's in power. Then they get empower themselves and fail. Maybe that's just what's going to happen. Maybe that's what the Democrats are going to do. Uh And maybe that's true or And this would be really dangerous for the country. If the Republicans can't clean up their act. We could see happening to the Republicans. What happened to the Democrats at the turn of the last century? Uh, William Jennings Bryan, Western Prairie Populism, angry populism. Nativist populism took hold of the Democratic Party. They nominated the same guy for president three times. And the Republicans just could walk into the White House for decades because the Democrats became fundamentally dysfunctional and addicted to anger and addicted to populism. If the Republicans do that, It will be bad for the country because competition between the parties is necessary for a healthy country..

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"mesozoic" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"mesozoic" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"That if you were in cleveland during that time you would just run into. It was almost like he was the mayor of that town. I got to tell you when you look at pictures of the nineteen forty eight world series reminds me pictures you would see now the kentucky derby the mass of people are involved it. It almost takes your breath away. Well i mean some of these newspapers you have not only sort of. It's eighty six thousand people for game. Five ninety six thousand people in a stadium built for seventy eight thousand and so they put a lot of these people beyond offenses in the field. But you can also find newspaper clippings of people literally under the seats just kind of trying to watch the little slats between a between the between the seats. I mean there's just people hanging on pipes hanging on railings. Just sprawled out on newspapers across the runways. I mean it's it's like every square inch of that stadium was full. Well well you did a great job of the book. I really enjoyed it. Congrats on your success. And i'm looking forward to your next project. thanks muster. it's been an honor. Bleacher tweets already buster bleacher tweets for thursday. I w sean sullivan at four. You kevin sean writes in. Buster has objectively covered baseball for many a year when a team like vandy plays what parts of your fan brain turns on again. Do root against the other team do you think. The trump is blind. Is it easy or a tough switch to To flip on and off. It's completely impossible. I will watch a game as a fan and be rooting for vanderbilt or loot ruining for minnesota vikings but i will watch a game objectively and kind of drives my son crazy taylor will be watching the braves game together and you know i'll be. I'll be in those moments. I'll be rooting for my son. In happy for million or the titans And somebody on the other team will make a nice play and i'll just reflexively go nice catch right and boy does that enraged. He wants me all in on him for his team. Which i i respect that. But i just can't do it like i still kind of look at stuff from thirty thousand feet if that makes sense. Yeah of course know. I understand jake wanted euboea. A blind homer with italy yet it. I totally get it from his perspective. And that's why. I kind of muted to some degree when i sit and watch with him oh the titan but at when he goes into thing the titans like in a playoff game was against the chiefs a couple of years ago and they got absolutely routed and at the end of the game said. Yeah that holding call and the first first quarter changed everything. And i'm just like no dude rushed. That's funny let's go to our guy sway at wellspring seventy again about the brewers writing. And now you guys have to focus on the brewers down seven after the first inning into win with fifteen unanswered runs. We may not be the yankees dodgers or giants but give a small market team. Some love please. I think we did that today all yesterday. And you can back me up on this taylor yesterday. And today we talked about the dodgers and the giants of none today for sure and then yesterday we pretty much talk about those teams the last two days and we talked about the brewers yes. We did at paul's request and because they're playing well too and we go all right. Check the box. Let's go to school of sweat. Bryanston king he writes in. What can we do to change the meaning of the term modern era to reflect from nine hundred seventy two present day that's fifty plus years of comparisons to make even though everything pre two thousand isn't comparable already at least it would be more relevant to today's game. I agree with brian here. But i know this is a baseball thing. Well and it's just a phrasing right that the elias sports bureau puts out in sort of like if you know the mesozoic era the one thing i would say is that if you say modern era maybe to brian's point maybe we should capitalize modern era. If they're going to define it as a one thousand nine hundred forward should that maybe make that in capitals as opposed to a description that makes sense. Yeah for sure that we know for sure. But i mean brian when you're talking on your friends and you're saying modern era. I mean everyone knows. You're talking last twenty thirty years so that's the way it feels. I mean if you use it as that phrase is descriptive phrase. Yeah no question. All right last one for today eric. Sorensen that coach sorenson nine. He writes in a nice picture. Don't you miss bailey and hauling. Hey yesterday it was one hundred ten degrees here in ellensburg washington hottest day ever recorded here. Why not make hay right. Any senate beautiful picture. How did how did it feel did. What did you get chills looking at the that field. Not at one hundred ten degrees. That would run in the other direction. The worst that i can remember having for temperatures was like in the mid nineties on humid days at the top of the barn. Like as you stack up and there's that small pocket of air that was miserable but that was in the mid nineties. One hundred ten. I will say this it was nothing better in the world that you would ever experience than doing that. Work at the top of the barn. You know with those kind of temperatures and then going and getting used to have this Pint jar of cold water. That i put in the fridge at the start of the day. Oh that was the best. Oh boy buster. I'm glad i did not grow up on a farm for many reasons but especially when you.

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"mesozoic" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"mesozoic" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

"Guests for the movie. wasn't it. i said eleven. Okay sincere close. If you're talking about the book still way less than i expected. I thought there were more dinosaurs in the book than there. actually were. they were in the background. What do you mean like you were saying the vials and oh true the mentioning him but they were interacting with them. Yeah that's true so there were a lot more dire names. I think you could almost double it if you include dinosaur names on vials and museums and stuff that they went to in the book but the book is actually missing two that are in the movie. It's missing gala mimas. We talked about that with jack. Horner and phil tippett. Both i think and how they wanted to include something fast running and show that sort of ostrich likeness of the dinosaur of the dinosaur and the flocking in all that. Yeah it was great. It was a very good decision to include that and then the movie swapped in bracket source for your favorite potus which was originally in the book. I think that was also a good idea. Because that more upright posture of brackets auras. Traffic titan does play a lot better onscreen but in total of those twelve. Five of them are from the jurassic. And that's being charitable and six of them are from the cretaceous so it should still be technically if your accounting living dinosaurs cretaceous park but its way closer to being jurassic park. There's a lot more jurassic stuff happening. And in case you're curious there's the one from the triassic procam snapface then five from the drastic. The four that are missing are stegosaurus. A potus and dry sorus. And i'm giving them the benefit of the doubt there because they refer to it as a dry sore. And i'm assuming it's dry sorace. If it's some other driest or it could be from the cretaceous because they span the jurassic cretaceous boundary and also off nelia thrown in a unusual one there The cretaceous there are six dinosaurs. Missing y'all minus. Oh also missing pariser office others to missing from the cretaceous which are in the movie but not in the book but there are three in the book that aren't in the movie so there's the hip salafi dont also known as hip sees. Everybody talks about copies. Nobody ever talks about the hippies so really weird bounds weird. Sounds like hippies. But it's also just hips. A is a strange name. But i mean saying hip salafi. Dance is kind of awkward so i could see why they went with. Abc's also maya sora not too surprising since they were originally supposed to be in the egg mountain area. Where maya sores from. It's kind of weird. That they didn't include that in the movie since supposedly that was where they were getting a lot of stuff from also micro sarus which is a weird choice because that is a wasp they probably mean micro ceratops which is not a wasp that the time. It had been corrected yet. But saying that like there's a scene where they're trying to scare off or make a group of micro sarah 'tis scatter if it was wasps wouldn't work so well so yeah. It's probably microsoft tops. So in general both of them more cretaceous dinosaurs and drastic dinosaurs showed probably be called cretaceous park but the book is a little bit closer than the movie as however in both the movie and the book. The focus is almost completely on t. rex and raptors. Which are both from the cretaceous with the exception of in the book. They also talk a lot about pro komsic nafta's which is from the triassic. Hey go you average two together jurassic to really just be called mesozoic park or like dinosaur park but i think jurassic park had a better ring to it so they went with that so in the end i was actually expecting. There'd be more dinosaurs from the jurassic in the book than there were from the cretaceous but it turned out by a narrow margin. They're still more dinosaurs from the cretaceous than the drastic. And if we added you a-plus effortless in whatever version that has then it would just swing it even farther to the cretaceous. Or if the dry zora's was not address ores and some other drive or from the cretaceous. Then you've really skewed it. Even farther to cretaceous jurassic park rolls off the tongue. Better than cretaceous park or if we're just so used to saying jurassic park at this point that's a good point because what i'm thinking about the journal cretaceous research. I think that's like a fantastic title. Because i've been reading it for six or seven years now whereas if there was a journal called jurassic research which there might be weird to me because i'm always reading cretaceous research so yeah i think you're right. It's probably more familiarity than the actual value of jurassic versus cretaceous. Cretaceous really the most exciting period. It's when all like all the kyla sewers evolved all the big titanic hours. It doesn't have a potus but most of the really amazing wacky dinosaurs during the cretaceous. It's not bad or you go with the triassic or the permian or something even weirder early. Evolution gets on against brontosaurus in a popular. So i don't.

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"mesozoic" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"mesozoic" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"Children's hour. I am katie stone and today's show is unlike any other you've ever heard. We are excited to be presenting to you what we've been doing in the pandemic here in new mexico. The children's our kids crew and a large team of creative people have written rehearsed and recorded and original pandemic musical. We're excited for you to hear it. Sit back close your eyes and enjoy the ride. The children's hour presents iggy a radio musical way back in the days before the end of the big sick students everywhere. We're forced to stare at computer screens. Featuring live video feeds of their classmates. This was happening in bedrooms living rooms and kitchens across the country and the world. It wasn't fun gone with the days of girl scouts and recycle club football soccer basketball by by to summer vacation swimming at the pool and sharing ice cream cones before they melt onto the sidewalk being in close. Proximity wasn't safe anymore. So families everywhere. Were staying home to protect those. Who wouldn't win a fight against this treacherous sickness. Mom class just started. Everyone can see you. Or hi gillian. Mrs michael's davis nice to see you. I've got my own class to zoom into right. now have fun in class. everyone thinks small. Have fun sweetie. Just do your best to stay focused. Okay numerous daydreaming halley. Right miss michael's unit miss michael's could grief. I'll get the hang of this eventually all right class today day. We are going to talk about climate change. Can we do something else today. I just wanna go outside damian right now we are in class. I know things have been a little different recently. And i know that it's not always fun to have to do school online but for now this is what we have to do. Can anyone explain what climate change means for us and for the planet in means the poor ice caps are melting sea levels are rising and there are lots of wildfires that heat up the atmosphere and sorry to interrupt you michaela but i would like everyone to raise their hand before speaking. Yes austin isn't climb mccain a hoax. Is that what you think at what my parents say. There are a lot of people who find it hard to believe that our planet is suffering this much austin we have taken a lot of co two that was buried away during the age of the dinosaurs that is now being released into the atmosphere in the form of fossil fuel emissions and lots of other types of emissions that have drastic effects on our lives. This has affected our ability to breathe clean air row nontoxic food and even have access to clean water. Everyone has clean water. Don't they not everyone damian. Though it feels like it should be a human right doesn't it. Excuse me miss michael's. Even though some of the emissions were trapped in earth during the age of the dinosaurs the mesozoic period the majority of the emissions we burn today actually came from the cambrian pre cambrian permian periods in most of the emissions from marine deposits rather than the dancers themselves. Thank you sam. You're totally right. What about the planet. Miss michael's christina. The planet is in trouble. And it's up to your generation to find solutions. My generation didn't know they would need mesh. That's way too much responsibility. Well trent hey. Does anyone want to see my a puppy. Wear everyone looking accused. Bobby love the blinds. The outside and again being just allies the law. No cafeteria kitchen. I never thought that i heard that. And my birthday. Some shots to holly. What's your dog's name. His hair is golden golden retriever. Right michaela i loved on friday..

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"mesozoic" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"mesozoic" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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New Study Shows Ancient Primates May Have Lived Alongside Dinosaurs

Kottke Ride Home

01:45 min | 2 years ago

New Study Shows Ancient Primates May Have Lived Alongside Dinosaurs

"Did a primates the precursor to all modern primates including humans live alongside dinosaurs. The theory has been batted around over the years but a new study published this year and the journal royal society opens science provides further evidence that that may have been the case. The study is based on new analysis of fossil teeth from the collection of the university of california museum of paleontology in berkeley. Those teeth were just laying undisturbed and uncategorized in her drawer. Ziam until then grad student. Gregory wilson mental. A happened upon them in two thousand three. The teeth are credited with originally having been found by the late. William clemens prolific fossil hunter an expert on the mammals of the mesozoic era who spent most of his time working in the hell creek formation in montana and who unfortunately passed away from cancer in november and the badlands of montana. As you may know from duress park is one of the best places to find evidence about the last dinosaurs and their extinction. Hell creek formation specifically quoting national geographic is critical to understanding what killed off non. Avian dinosaurs and how life evolved afterwards. It's rocks preserve a timeline of life on earth stretching from two million years before the mass extinction to about a million years after one of the few places in the world where fossils can be found on both sides of that boundary and quotes a skeptical that it was the asteroid alone and not other at the time ongoing factors that led to the dinosaurs extinction. Clemens focused on studying other animals that lived alongside the dinosaurs and potentially lived through the extinction. Events other animals potentially including ancient primates.

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"mesozoic" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"mesozoic" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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"mesozoic" Discussed on Blueberry Blog Malayalam Podcast

Blueberry Blog Malayalam Podcast

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"mesozoic" Discussed on Blueberry Blog Malayalam Podcast

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Early Mammals Had Social Lives, Too

60-Second Science

02:10 min | 2 years ago

Early Mammals Had Social Lives, Too

"Six million years ago a group of small mammals huddled in a borough in. What's now montana. They were good diggers most likely furry and petite. They could sit comfortably in the palm of your hand. I mean if you saw them running around today you probably think it looks like a small rodent of some sort like a chipmunk or or a a mouse or or something like that lucas. Weaver is a mammal paleobiologist at the university of washington. These little creatures didn't belong to any of the three main mammal groups on the planet today. Which are the placental. Mammals like us monitoring like the platypus and marsupials like koalas and kangaroos. Instead they belong to another now. Extinct group called the multi to berkowitz their teeth. Is what really distinguishes them from. From any other group of mammals they have these really bizarre molars with these multiple bumps on on the teeth which is where they get their name. Multi typically it just means many bumps. weaver in his colleagues have studied the fossilized skulls and skeletons of these animals dug up in montana. And they've given him a name. Philippe amis prime. Mavis friendly or neighborly mouse. The details are in the journal. Nature ecology and lucien. Weaver says drought or climate. Change may have killed the animals though. It's hard to be sure. But the critters were fossilized together in ways that suggest they sought out each other's company. That's a big deal because it's commonly thought that social behavior didn't arise in mammals until after the death of the dinosaurs. Ten million years after these smokers hung out together the narrative for decades his been that mammals that were living during the dinosaurs were mostly solitary rat like creatures that were kind of scuttling the night under the foot of dinosaurs. In so the fact that we're finding these multi berkeley mammals totally unrelated ancient group mammals. That's apparently exhibiting social behavior means that this was probably not uncommon among these early mesozoic mammals. And it kind of changes. The narrative of sociology is somehow unique to placental mammals. Even today social behavior is relatively rare among mammals but these findings suggest the need for company in some mammalian species is an ancient

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Trypto-lite-phan-tastic!

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

05:18 min | 2 years ago

Trypto-lite-phan-tastic!

"In all last toughing field episode Dr Steven Fidget were planning on Swiping the Horn of plenty centerpiece from a table of the first Thanksgiving in Massachusetts in sixteen twenty one, they were in the perfect position to achieve this perilous plan has just been invited to the east by the WHUMP inaugur leader Mesozoic again for inviting me and my men to feast with. You this afternoon, Governor Bradford. Well, if it weren't for you and the rest of the law, the tribe none of this will be possible. So thank you say who were those two shady looking individuals over there? You mean the small sock shaped guy with the blue headdress and the tall pasty looking guy indicate yes there were they. That's little. Heel toe the. Native, American and Eaten Bacon they settled they come with. You know we just met them on the outskirts of the plantation. We thought they were with you married. We have room for two more sure why not might as well feed the whole country while we're at it, they're going to have to sit at the kids table though that's fine. I'll let them. Know Ask Governor Bradford Directs Dr Steven Feature to the Kids Table Let's join Dr Floyd, Dr Grant and chips who are watching the actions of the two villains from nearby. Will you look at that Dr Steven fidget got invited to have dinner maybe they're on the guest list Dr Grant There's no guest list for the celebration. There's always a guest list, Dr Floyd Already you know it's too bad. They didn't serve Turkey at this meal we could have failed Dr Steven featured up with so much trip fan that they'd fall asleep and we could drag them back to their ship. Let me guess you're GonNa tell me that even if they did serve Turkey, it wouldn't have mattered because Turkey doesn't contain trip to fan I'm not going to tell you that. Oh, really. Yeah. Tell you tell him chips actually to ground. As you approach, defend is an amino acid that is a natural sedative and although Turkey does contain tryptophan. So does milk beef and beans, but in very small amounts. That sleepy feeling you feel averaging big Thanksgiving meal is usually Mutu everything all that carbohydrate rich. I'm sorry I even brought it up Nolan Daddy did that to grant because it's given me a brilliant idea. Quick put on these settlers outfits and follow me and moments. Our heroes are dressed in the traditional garb of the settlers and are standing in front of Mary Brewster. Can I help you three years? We're here for the dinner Oh of course, you are you have one barbecue and the whole neighborhood shows up look i. don't think we have enough room for all of you but. We're on the list Oh. Okay. As long as you're the loose, told you Dr Floyd Dr Grant but we're not freeloaders we'd like to help you serve the meal really sure do how about we handle the kids table for you that would be a huge help. Thank you so much as our heroes begin to help Mary brewster ditch up the food let's see what kind of trouble Dr Steven fidget or getting in to what the kids table you give up to get to the other side. you get it. Let's go for yet the road. What chicken. Okay kids time to. Yes, please help yourself. There's plenty more where this came from it. All looks so good. Oh, you were. ooh, thank you very much. Strangely familiar robots settlers, and here's some more squash for you. Little Guy. Over the next several hours, heroes made sure that Dr Steven Richards plates were always filled with food and that the to never stopped eating soon in the early evenings light the native Americans and settlers were often joined the cool weather in each other's company while at the kids table Dr. Steven Feeder. Were sleeping soundly hugh. It's finally over we aren't doing this again next year I'll tell you that much. You look at these two Oh, that trip to fan in the poultry must've knocked him right out actually Mrs Brewster Yeah. Thank you Dr they sure are sound asleep don't worry about a Mrs Brewster. We'll take care of them that'd be fantastic I need to finish cleaning up. So I can get an early start tomorrow. All the traders are having sales have to get a jump on my holiday shopping. Well, thanks for the meal Mrs Brewster No need to give things you helped out a great deal. Dot. Grand. CHEESE GONE GYPSUM CARRY DR Steve Dr Grant? Carrie. Fisher's. On. Space travel device and end this. No. I haven't even better idea come on in mere moments. Dr, Floyd carries out a mischievous little plan of his own and it's not until hours later Dr Steven Vigil are awoken by the sound of a marching band. They find themselves in New York in nineteen twenty four being pulled down thirty, four th street in their time and space ship. where. Are We fidget. And what am I wearing? 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Scientists Identify Strange New Species of Duck-Billed Dinosaur

Austin's Morning News

00:29 sec | 4 years ago

Scientists Identify Strange New Species of Duck-Billed Dinosaur

"Of also on earth that the Big Bend national park in southwest Texas in nineteen eighty five has just been identified as a never before seen type of duck billed dinosaur Texas Tech University professor Tom Lehman discovered the fossel with its bones weathered I'm stuck together a report in the journal of systematic paleontology says researchers have determine the fossils are into Janice and species scientists say the duck bill or shovel build were the most common herbivorous dinosaurs at the end of the Mesozoic

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How Do Paleoartists Create Dinosaur Drawings?

BrainStuff

06:52 min | 4 years ago

How Do Paleoartists Create Dinosaur Drawings?

"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Bogle bomb here. Celebrated paleo artist rate troll told us an Email shared passion for an obscure topic is what binds scientists and artists. They're both curiosity driven. And he would know based in Alaska troll builds on scientific findings to create art that depicts prehistoric life through paleo. Art, fossils are revived a single drawing or sculpture can define how the public will visualize an extinct species. So paleo artists strive to keep their work as accurate as possible. A task that gets harder. When experts disagree. It's a tough job to be sure, but also a dream job for loads of fossil fans and dinosaur enthusiasts. But how do they go about creating it? First off a little history dinosaur renaissance changed the game paleo art didn't always feature. Dinosaurs all pre stork organisms from early palm trees to Willie mammoths make worthy subjects nevertheless, the fascinating reptiles were at the center of. Significant period in the history of this artform called the dinosaur. Renaissance. A prior to the nineteen sixties dinosaurs were largely written off as dimwitted tail dragging hoax. Most paleo art from the early twentieth century reflects that view, but in nineteen sixty nine Yale paleontologist, John Ostrom published a new paper on Dino Nike's, an eleven foot that's three point three meter predator. Akin to the drastic park imagining of lesser raptor, noting its long legs and sickle shaped claws Ostrom claimed. Dana Nike's was an athletic beast who ran down its prey and might have even hunted in packs. A scientist went onto popularise now widely accepted idea, but today's birds are descended from Mesozoic dinosaurs, exciting hypotheses, like these changed the discourse about how dinosaurs looked and behaved in the nineteen seventies. And eighties a growing number of artists responded by illustrating, the creatures and active dynamic poses. What followed was renewed public interest in both the study of dinosaurs into paleo art itself. But there was a problem. Bare bones and skeletons often don't tell you a whole lot about the overlying soft tissue. Hence, some paleo artists have chosen to reconstruct animals reptiles in particular as linky beasts with ultra-low body, fat skinny tails and heads that are largely devoid of cartilage or loose skin. This practice has been called shrink, wrapping. And if you couldn't tell from the moniker. It's been contentious troll broke it down for us quote. I think there are some really valid points to be made about shrink wrapping many paleo artists reluctant to jump into more speculative reconstructions preferring to play it safer. So by keeping their animal's lean and mean paleo artists can highlight known skeletal anatomy without making conjectural guesses about an soft tissues that might not have been preserved back in the dinosaur renaissance shrink wrapping was in fashion. That's no longer the case modern critics point out that living animals tend to look a lot different than you might expect. If you had nothing to go on. But they're naked skeletons troll pointed out that things like trunks ears and blubber. Don't usually. Fossil is. We also spoke by Email with Matt Celeski paleo artists and museum exhibit designer who also offered his thoughts on the issue quote. Today's paleo artists are looking more closely at the extent of soft tissue in living animals. I think this fleshing out of paleo art makes for heightened levels of believability in the reconstructions and greater diversity in the way, artists approach their subjects in other words, chunky limbs and necks and not to mention poofy. Dino feathers have gone mainstream but figuring out what those features might have looked like take some serious research to scientists skeletal drawing is one of the most useful forms of paleo. Art, an animal skeleton is usually depicted in an upright position that is standing or running and juxtaposed against a black silhouette that represents the creature's body profile. Unfortunately in the fossil record complete skeletons tend to be rare when parts are missing or broken. Scientists and artists can only speculate about what those elements looked like slutsky said every skeleton presents unique challenges, but I find the most difficult thing. Is filling in the parts, you don't know extrapolating, the shapes of missing, bones or correcting the shapes of bones that have been damaged or distorted by time. Filling in each missing piece involves a complex mix of research inference and educated guesses, and I always wonder if they're better choices than the ones I end up making. But these efforts aren't new a let me take you back to eighteen fifty three when sculptor Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins was hired to build more than thirty full-sized concrete models of prehistoric animals for Crystal Palace park in London England, the man really did his homework consulting experts scrutinizing fossils and reviewing the scientific literature and short he was a dedicated paleo artist. One of Hawkins, Don molds had a carnivorous gut big enough to hold a table and some chairs so as a publicity stunt for his project Twenty-one guests, including paleontologist, William Buckland and servitude Owen were invited to climb down into the belly of the beast for an eight course, dinner party, the big shindig took place on New Year's Eve eighteen fifty three. Restoration projects have helped these masterworks survived to the present day. The beasts attract thousands of visitors every year, even though they're no longer deemed accurate Hawkins megalosaurus for example, stands menacingly on all fours, but scientists now think the meat eating dinosaur was bipedal nevertheless, the Victorian era giants capture the prevailing wisdom of their time. Giving them a men's cultural value prehistory matters. But so does our history. As absorbed by Mark and Chini and produced by Tyler clang, brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's how stuff works for more on this month of other well preserved topics visit our home planet peste works dot com. And for more podcasts from my heart radio. Visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Today's episode is brought to you by it could happen here. New podcast is a second American civil war possible. How would it look? And most importantly, could you survive Robert Evans, host of the hit podcast behind the bastards answers. These questions in tremendous terrifying detail in his new podcast it could happen here. Each season. He'll take a premise more commonly seen in science fiction and explain how it might be closer than you think to coming. True. Listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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