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"velociraptor" Discussed on Little News Ears
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Fossilized Proteins Unravel Dinosaur Mysteries
"Now we have Gretchen Vogel a staff writer for Science sheer talk with us about a new technique for looking at organic molecules user from animals from fossils from way back we're talking hundreds of millions of years Hi Gretchen Hi Sarah is that number right is it hundreds of millions of years for these molecules correct yes the oldest ones they've around our five hundred or a little bit more than five hundred million years old who and how does that compare with ancient DNA or proteins from ancient animals yet much much older so into DNA has a huge amount that it can tell us about previous life yeah animals and humans but only up to tens of thousands maybe hundreds of thousands of years DNA sequences degrade fairly rapidly relatively speaking proteins can last longer two four million years or so elbows can also give you lots of information if you can sequence the proteins you can tell lots of things about how animals were really needed beyond that some people have claimed to find intact proteins from dinosaurs but those claims have remained controversial well what about these molecules not DNA they're not protein there's something a little bit different correct. They're called protein residues essentially scientists call them protein fossils ation products and they are complex polymers that form from proteins and lipids and sugars after death during the fossils ation process they must be super super tough if they're surviving for so long yes they are they're actually similar to some molecules the you're probably fairly familiar with their formed by reactions very similar to reactions called the my yard reactions that happen in food chemistry so hey time you toast something or round something or grill something molecule similar to these form and they're the kind of things that are left over on your grill that you have to scrub off so anyone who scripted grill knows that these things are pretty tough there definitely not water soluble and yeah microbes don't eat them and they don't wash away this isn't cooking per se but there is a chemical process here that's breaking down all these components of the sal and turning them into something else so how do we know thir identify like what we know about their original four before all these chemical processes happened yeah what the researchers that I'm writing about have discovered word their names are yes me know via N- and Derek Briggs and they work at Yale University and what they found out is that these really tough polymers do still contain some of the original information that the proteins contained when the animal was alive and that's because although there transformed into the he's complex polymers different proteins form different polymers and using a technique called Rahman spectroscopy they can and get a fingerprint of the chemical bonds that are in these polymers and from those fingerprints they can compare different fossils end figure out interesting things about how I'm how those animals might have been related and even things about their metabolism whether they were warm blooded or cold blooded Would they do that. How would they be able to tease out their metabolism from this collection of molecular products? Yeah that's one of the insights that these researchers have had the dispenser the interesting they realized that in living cells similar reactions also take place and the faster an animal's metabolism fast. cell's metabolism the more of these reactions take place and so even during life some of these complex polymers build up in cells and and they realized that the more of them form after death in the fossil station process they could sort of subtract those fossils Russian polymers that had formed and see still a signature of how many of these complex plumbers might have formed during the animal's life. and that gives them a clue about how fast the animal's metabolism was that speed of the metabolism ass- is kind of an indicator if they were warm blooded or cold blooded and we're talking about hundreds millions of years ago so we're talking about dinosaurs correct exactly and people had not suspected but had started to conclude that at least some dinosaurs were probably warm-blooded had a fairly fast metabolism tyrannosaurus rex for example and another kind of dinosaur called Dina Nike's which was the basis for the velociraptor in Jurassic Park that was actually one of the first dinosaurs that inspired the idea that dinosaurs subtly some of them may have been fast runners and had responding fast metabolism and this new technique support those earlier conclusions yes they looked at the Roman Spectra from a whole range of the fossils and it looks like two legged dinosaurs like velociraptor or than an isis or tyrannosaurus rex they had fairly fast metabol- uh-huh and other dinosaurs the quadrupedal ones that walked on all fours and were probably a bit slower that they had much slower metabolisms it looks like the sisters of lizards and snakes were for example cold blooded and fossil mammals turned out to be warm-blooded as did tear sores the largest creatures ever to to live from it sounds like a lot of different specimens have been already examined using this technique. How common are these residues in the different fossils that we have and collections and museums. That's a great question so it doesn't happen in every kind of fossil it's a specific set of conditions that is conducive to the kind of preservation and it turns out that it's sort of dark brown or black fossils in light colored sediments that tend to be aclu and so yes meena human who works at Yale had millions of fossils to look at at the Yale peabody Museum of Natural History and she didn't Dan millions of fossils but more than one hundred and has gone through and built up of fairly significant database of Roman Spectra from a whole range of different fossils do we know why the Dark Brown fossils on a light background tend to have these kinds of molecules that's a sign or that's a a characteristic of oxidative conditions the environment surrounding the animal after died was rich in reactive oxygen mal molecules and dissolved metal ions and that promotes these kinds of biochemical reactions called glide cock sedation and lip pox nation which are big words but they the are the same kinds of reactions that happen when you grill something when you caramelized some okay one I really liked the part of your story you talk about how this is I happened upon can you can you talk about that as an Undergrad Freeman was part of the team that was studying color in dinosaur eggs and she and her colleagues were some of the first defined that some dinosaur eggs were blue green sort of like Robin's egg Johnny people had always thought that they were just white I she was doing this work she would dissolve pieces of fossil eggshells to remove the calcium and to isolate the pigments and she found that they're in some cases Sort of Brown crusty remains as well and she thought hm what is that she looked at it under the microscope and it looked kind of like the organic matrix of eggshells and she wondered if she was seen bits of original tissue but she didn't have time to characterize it until she came to Yale for and there she used a similar technique with pieces of bone or teeth and she found more residues and they even looked like at blood vessels and cells and even nerve actions and she thought what in the world is this so then she and her ht advisor Derek Briggs decided to look at them more carefully Rahman spectroscopy just mean a chose this technique she said because it's one that that is sort of exploratory you don't have to you're not looking for a specific thing it records all the chemical bonds in sample and then you can sort of piece together what it is that you're seeing a lot of biochemical techniques test for specific kinds of molecules but if you don't know what you're looking for then you can't find it and so and this is this is also non-destructive rights you don't have to dissolve your sample right they started out looking at these seduce that had come from destructive sampling but then they realized once they had looked at those they could also look at other kinds of fossils just ramen spectroscopy that doesn't damage the fossil and indeed they found these signs of these complex polymers that mean then recognized as the product of the he's mired reactions that happened in food chemistry oh well are they going to continue to build up this database of profiles and different dinosaurs yes right they're building a database is that can help them compare more fossils with each other they've also done a couple of proof of principle experiments for example they they looked at a fossil called the tully monster which is this really strange creature from three hundred million years ago from fossil beds in Illinois nobody has really been able to determine exactly what kind of thing it was it's it's the sort of oval shape with this long weird appendage and people visit a worm is at some weird nail is it a vertebrate and a paper in nature and two thousand and sixteen concluded that it was most likely probably some kind of really strange vertebrates rush based on morphology when they used the Romans spectroscopy to look at this critters purported teeth that looks like those teeth were probably aide of Collagen or Carrollton which are two kinds of proteins that vertebrates make rather than Titan which would be something that a an in it would make and so that chemical evidence is consistent with the morphological evidence that they had already put together and that was another sign that they're finding L. information in these in these Rahman Spectrum Not Everybody's on board with this get what else could they do to further firm this up has a a new technique for understanding the world of dinosaurs some other researchers cautioned that they're not one hundred percent convinced that all of the signatures that are being picked up these Roman spectra are really from the original animal that there may be some bacteria contamination or some other deposits that might have settled into these fossils for millions of years that's certainly a legitimate question to ask although the men and Briggs say that they have looked bacteria residues and can compare and that they've old those out in most cases they've also looked for contaminants for things like glue or other preparation materials that have been applied to these fossils beeman briggs and their colleagues also say it's early days for this technique they're really excited about the potential that it has but they're hoping that more people start to use it and help to build up the database this is and figure out exactly what kinds of questions these ancient protein residues might help to answer. Are there some big questions at these residues might help answer that people are very excited about people especially excited about this insight into metabolism because that's been a big question in paleontology what animals were warm added what kinds of metabolism's did different animals have for example some of the giant sea creatures did they have a warm lead type of metabolism or were they did they have a slower metabol- awesome or some sort of mix of the to the idea that you could get at some of those questions by a simple non-destructive scan of fossils is really exciting alright. Gretchen thank you so
'Jurassic World' the ride now open at Universal Studios Hollywood
"Zero six world the ride is open to the public the new theme park attraction replaces the old Jurassic world ride which closed last September after a twenty two year run the new water ride based on the dinosaur film series contains new elements including a rafter encounter featuring blew the velociraptor universal calls the new ride more real and more intense and if you see the joy of mosasaur ripping through a massive aquarium you might agree Carmen Roberts fox
"velociraptor" Discussed on Conversations
"Park and looking out and saw a female elephant from some distance I mean it was a good twenty thirty meters away and so just slow down. I didn't get out of the car lesson number one don't get out of the car and what we didn't see is that she had a calf with her and so we couldn't see baby in the in the undergrowth and she wheeled around and screened and came running at the car and everything due to get from first gear to second gear. There's an old <hes> Gary Larson cartoon that we you see a rear view mirror objects in the mirror larger than their hair. That was US I felt I you know I didn't WanNa took my foot off the accelerator for a second and another time we're just as with the warden of <hes> embassy national park or can we were watching elephants from a distance and this group of young males came and they were thirsty so they they were heading in they liked he smiled as he told me that they like the sewage water because as sweet taste so they flying in and they were jostling like teenagers teenagers you know who's going to get their first and then one of them saw as there are three of us and came charging and bellowing and luckily the three of US went in three separate directions so he had that quizzical moment which way do I go which way to go. Oh as we you know high tailed into the ACACIA thorns and <hes> so we got away on that one too but you know the thing about that is as an adult we rarely experience fear in unless you're mugged or something like that you don't experience. It's fear and you kind of forget how absolutely gripping it is and terms of the adrenaline and everything it's not an Adrenalin high for me. It's something I don't like to repeat and a very mindful. Try to not put myself in precarious situations because I want to live to do this again well I. I'm enjoying having you on the program that you might two-dimensional somewhere in Africa someone once you've once you've actually done that and you've managed to three different directions wins and get away in escape. The charging African elephant outwards do feel shaky and horrible or do you feel like fantastic as you've you've cheated death at the at the at the what is it the fate of an African elephant now shaking terrified terrified borderline. I WANNA throw up. I'm so scared telling people that one almost required a change of underwear and these elephants rory like trumpet blast. They send you yeah usually they'll fill villa accompanied a good blast at you and the bomber was is that did not have the recorder on. I was too much in motion turnaround. Can you do that again for me. See footage of videogame recently YouTube Chiba elephant coming after a Jape. That's having to drive in reverse as people trying not to panic in the back of the jeep and the guide the guide person's going. It's fine. This is normal. It's no one that clearly not they will go a GPS went they will tech japes well and you think about their highly highly intelligent animals they have been subject to untold Harz at the hands of poachers in search of ivory so they've very leery and and you just don't want to be disturbed so you know I always kept a healthy distance. There's always that surprise factor every now and then you know you spend plenty of time in in the Arctic regions in Oslo and elsewhere and Norway and and intact octa is will have you ever been able to find a place in in those regions of true silence. Yeah in a silence is in a way an abstraction to us. It's an ideal place in a state of mind and being inasmuch as it's a physical phenomenon and to be honest really the the only place I've truly experienced that deep quiet. We're all you can hear as sort of rushing of your pulse in that sound coming through your neck basically is in Antarctica and then it was way away from from encampments to tiny tiny little field camps with regenerates or not running because Antarctica is more noisy. Where people are there generators going there helicopters coming going there snow machines coming going so that that kind of Helmand from is present in most of the settlements but.
"velociraptor" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Sheet Alenia ask Fox News. We are up to fifty percent of Americans want Trump impeached interesting. The result is increased steadily each time to poll has been conducted a full fifty percent say they believe there's there was coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia slowly getting out. Yeah, I'm going to say I, I mean, that's without exactly even the case not really being made. And I was saying this is where the Republicans might control their monster. The Trump team that they built is because foreign Paul Richard painter, right? Lifelong republican. He said, it's clear. Donald Trump is looking for a fight. Congress must rein him in or we're going to have a warrant our hands. Why are we headed for a bloke with Iran? It began when Trump's gap scrap the nuclear deal. So this is the house committee. We were talking about is quietly. Racking up oversight wins against Trump. The house foreign affairs committee is a massive documents on the ledges allegations of politically motivated retaliation at the State Department. It's looking whether Trump has violated born, emoluments Hello. Yes. Conflict of interest rules, all makers working to find more about the. Presents relationship with Putin, and how he leads American foreign policy behind the scenes, they secured wins on a number of fronts and aids and lawmakers attribute that to the under the radar support. They're getting from Republicans, many of whom have grown exasperated with the president's decisions on foreign policy, and national security issues. Chairman dangles, people are concerned, to know the relationship between Putin and Trump, we're working our way there on. That's one nobody's watching. Right. That's, that's the other velociraptor perhaps, go. They're controlling the monster, right. Put him you know, be super, if you put them back in the laboratory. He does that was from the ABC Stephanopoulos interview. Yes. Before he jumped out of the car. Looking for a seven foot tall orange? Now and then he left out of the car chasing swirl. Yes. I think he was dumped out of the car because this was talking about the mall reporting in the car. Okay. Stop. That'd be funny, just jumped out. Secretary does. The opening scene of lady bird. Yeah. Exactly. Tweets, the idea of saving the country from the commander in chief protecting national security interests from a president who is believed to pose a threat to them. And the gets talked about as if it's an abstract question. It turns out, we are living in that era right now. Okay. Dan, Pfeiffer tweets, president's attorney general does unusual favor for convict who potentially knows a lot about wrongdoing by the president his campaign. He's the blocked him from having to go to Paul metaphor from having to go to Rikers in case you've just tuned in. All right. Jerry Representative Connolly talking about getting witnesses, my specific concern about an inquiry was that if the rationale was that it elevates, our case before courts, I oppose that I do not believe we should concede for minute that the only one we are in peaching president show court enforce a legislative subpoena. That's a terrible road to go down. That's bad precedent, and I would not support an impeachment inquiry for that reason. But okay, okay. There may be other reasons for supporting an impeachment inquiry, and I think we're getting awfully close. All right. C. There's always a little silver lining impeachment music. Thank.
"velociraptor" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And me. It's very easy. Just put out a trailer cheese, right, lex. Little mice cheese adult. Telling me it's all is. Oh bag. Etes slice that baby up. So lexin I were thrilled and honored to be asked by our friends of the hip and theatre trust to present a couple of awards at the spotlight showcase, which spotlights and showcases a high school students in theater programs. Which means a lot to all three of us. All three of us are theater lovers theater kids, so quickly said, yes. And we presented. Well, let's take it from here. So we get there. They're doing it again tonight. So I hope they got a new teeth platter. K two. So, yeah, we got there, and we went to that little presenter room, which is little green room that we all had a little meeting for all of us to figure out what's going on. And so, right. When we walk into the room. What is that delicious, smell all my gosh? It's most so good. So she's platter was sitting right there on the table. You know, it was being very polite. They're going, you'll get one little thing and you know making a little plate. And so we played of one thing, this is really delicious. And in my mind, I'm going this delicious. Hungry. So we had our meeting home. They bring us up stairs figure out. We, you know, this is how you enter the stage. Here's where your seats are. Okay, great. Where's the cheese yet? Now, we were the first presenter. So we had to wait you know, as they introduced the show there were some great performances, just you just look at these kids and go, wow, you guys are in high school are just killing. It's amazing cheese. We wanted to cheat. So in my mind big in. Oh man, I gotta go. We gotta go back down there jas finish up, go down the stairs. We go into the green room. We're the only ones in there. That cheese tray never saw the light of day. We looked like velociraptor Jurassic Park that kept going back and lex saying girls go, we gotta go home. We'll we're going to go together. We drove to just to eat tees. Yes, we. One more by Jason Sam. One more bag yet. Honky cheese sandwich with a little wiener. Little cocktail leader. Shove it we are shoving these things into our, I'm looking at lex know, usually the little bag at by is to physical bytes, no lex puts bag. Okay, Jay, this is it. Let's go. You're like wait, wait, wait. No, no, no, no,.
"velociraptor" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Three velociraptor, if you're a chick, who's the one guy, you'd sleep with John. Did you just become best friends thing, this could be something that should just be easy to be done, but it's not getting done. You have more peer here. Mike Lewis with his new approach. The FCC is looking at making well I mean so I like the what the FCC is doing. I haven't been particularly happy with this version of the FCC, but I would say that this is, this is a good move. But then they did the thing they did the thing that really, really always ruins everything is they turned over the actual implementation of policy to cellular phone companies. This is a distressing part, there is hope they gave them strong guidance that they say, do not start charging people for call blocking don't create the problem and then charge people to remove the problem a robot. What no real person. Maybe we have a bad connection on sorry about that. This is the sound so much like a robot. Will you tell me, you're not a robot just say, I'm not a robot, please? I am a real person, I believe you. But will you say I'm not a robot? Don't make me feel better to hear you say here is a live person here, but I know there is just make me feel so much better to hear. You say I am not a robot. But the way they have done with throttling of data plans, and things like that they throttle it, the you pay more than they suddenly suddenly, it's a lot better. So I'm a little concerned about that. They gave strong guidance on this, but they did not require. For it as part of the, the FCC change in regulations. So I hope t mobile. I'm a customer. You also are on now the ballpark here in Seattle. I certainly hope you step forward. Another company, step forward and do the right thing and stop this, because I get thirty of these week at a minimum. That is filing lawsuits against you. Of course they are. So I think they do want to charge us for this. I the funny thing happened. And this is you get your number spoofed where someone lifted your numbers someone lifted my Google voice number. Good afternoon. Thousand dollars. Thirty five hundred. Pay. Thank you. What you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I've ever heard. Really did happen there. It is going to be g Scott's making their way into perform for you. Kara Deitz right now. Get a traffic report from Tracy Taylor sit and take seventy one minutes from Seattle to effort. I was just taking a look at the drive from Bellevue ever at fifty two drivers are still running into brake lights on westbound five twenty off the bridge deck to montlake, ninety at the lid, southbound four outside of Bellevue through Newcastle. Northbound four.
"velociraptor" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"That's the next logical thing. It's like the critic episode where it had the velociraptor with an English accent. I forgot about then the longer it's been since then movies come out. I forgot that. There is a a girl clone in that movie. Oh the plot. That was well when we do our episode where we like rank things from twenty or maybe the gospels that's up there with one of the dumbest parts of any movie of the year. That was fucking the Gus cure should have like worse use of childhood Vance movie's plot. Yes. Predators it predator parole negative, so many contenders had movies always been like this. Or because I'm watching more movies has it just felt like this year is it's been worse in that regard is ineffective like the stranger things phenomenon. Like, I don't know. I think it'll ladder. We have a ladder might be right. I don't I don't think it's you just saying that because you've seen more movies. I can't recall I'd have to think about it longer leap. But he Didn't didn't want to to be be. like Indiana Jones and the temple of doom has short round. But he didn't he didn't advance the plot in the same way. Like, a telepathic kid who has a connection to predators. The missing key to get from point eight point Z in the movie or a cloned young girl in a movie franchise. It's all been just about dinosaurs attacking ringing, sit home like God. Terrible. All right last ad read. And then we're going to answer some questions here. This one's for walks CBD billion dollar industry..
"velociraptor" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Fifteen can hood means. It's still to seventy grand seventy grand. Yeah. I mean, that's that's still a lot of my car. It's a great car. But God, that's real fun. It's really pretty on the outside. I really on the inside of the one we filmed that was like. I like seventy grand. I'd rather have that fairly basic m three we drove with a manual yet seats, which you will probably need a warranty. Also. But maybe the new m to performance very good not driven if garage. No sorry. No. I do everything else there or guessing. Segment God at something else in the segment. I I'm not sold on any ALPHA's yet. Now, unfortunately, I mean, I think I would lease one. I would lease a base. Julia. Because I mean a base. Julia is like the most fun thing to drive in its own segment. I mean, really cute. I I mean, g seventy sort of notwithstanding. They rather have a g seventy I'll get them. Really good looking right now. Smart smart smart says if garage for nineteen had a call in show, what would you want to you and ask you why? What would you want to ask? How long do you expect this to last? Time at recession session, if I could time it, right? I'd call the day. You got your Hummer and the day you decided you didn't want it anymore. Close together they were there are only about two months apart. I would want to ask how you prepared the lobsters that you delivered with the Audi. We ate we build them boil though, they were the magnum five seventy says what's stock car has the best Shifter feel? Oh, I got it. What do you got? Hyundai velociraptor. Ours thing really, well, it has the what's that? I'm just drawing a blank on the company with the famous company does the no, no, no, no, no. It's got the AM? NM. We'll be an emp Shifter. I really like it. I really liked that car. I mean, it's not hundred percent. I think there's steering calibration other shit that could be done. But I have the end coming in a couple of weeks. All I haven't driven. I wanna drive actually kind of stoked on the end. I think most Honda's this civic type r Hondas have great Shifter type ours. A good one. Yeah. But it's a Honda, isn't that Honda shipping? Someone else. What other? I mean. Well, yeah. Honda's miata is usually pretty good miata miatas. Good too. Overall. I think Honda wins at though in general. Tens in says, my dream is to drive from the UK to the Indian Hemilae as rouse, born left-hand-drive manual and fun. Big BMW euro fan altitude is thirteen thousand feet. Maybe an e thirty touring who well that. Sure. I mean, that's it. I mean, if you're talking about any thirty touring for that, you're thirty exi- all-wheel drive. Absolutely. There you go right done. You very cool. Bring some parts I think a few because that's pretty far. I would go Land Cruiser. I know really. I mean, I've never been to the Himalayas. I like, I don't know. We did you did you go. There were thinking we're talking. We're talking to we went somewhere else and said there are a lot of you went somewhere cheaper Mahindra's there. Right for rent. Yeah. Yeah. It looked parts of it were muddy and rocky actually a, but a lot of the drive was pretty much like grated forest fire. I mean, the good thing about the thirty is it does have that sort of overbuilt, you know, kind of eighties BMW thing going yet. I mean, nine eleven safari sounds great ago. Right. It's far ether detouring. Oh, I mean what what makes it good. What makes for thirty? Wait a minute. Call casra shit. We'll call caz. We'll have it done a week. He'll give them six thirty thirty rack with a sixty thirty thirty four. Yeah. We magic or any. And if you wanna be w just lift one a little bit and put it on the rally tires and your golden. Hey, this is a good one west says, I'm a blind driver. All right. I drive with special glasses biotic glasses. Do you think? It would be allowed on a race track on I think you should be allowed in a race track. Of course. I mean, if you can drive on the road with those things holy shit, those things I've like, oh, my actual like scopes on him and his fucking cool..
Scientists determine dinosaur eggs were similar in color to quail eggs
"Scientists making a new discovery about the eggs of dinosaurs and analysis of twelve fossilized eggshells from the group of dinosaurs called the humane or up Horan's, which includes meat eaters, like the velociraptor detected the same color pigments that are present in colorful, birds eggs. Researchers say the blue green and red Brown colors they detected mean, the Dino eggs would have had a similar look to the eggs of Quayle or Robbins, they believe that it's likely the colori was meant as camouflage to help protect the eggs from
Quayle And Robbins discussed on 24 Hour News
"Called the Humana rap Torrens, which includes meters like the velociraptor detected the same color, pigments that are present and colorful, birds eggs. Researchers say the blue green and red Brown colors they detected mean, the Dino eggs would have had a similar look to the eggs of Quayle or Robbins, they. Believe that it's likely the colori was meant as camouflage to help.
Birds Got Their Colorful, Speckled Eggs From Dinosaurs
"Yes, Meena vehement is a paleontologist at Yale University. She wondered if colored eggshells were older, maybe as old as birds dinosaur ancestors take over after it's a relative of the velociraptor made famous in the movie Jurassic Park. This dynasty is particularly interesting because over up to his worries the first dinosaurs that build open. Nests instead of burying its eggs underground. And once you start to build an openness, your ex are exposed to the environment. Veniamin says out their color could provide camouflage or help dinosaurs recognize their own eggs. So she and some colleagues studied sixty six million year-old egg, fossils searching for the two pigments a red one and a blue one that are known to mix and match and bird eggs, creating all of the beautiful colors. And we found very very small concentrations preserved of both pigments that was intriguing still it was just one dinosaur so vehement and her colleagues, analyzed eggshells from more. We tried to cover the major branches of time says to get a good idea for like all non avian dinosaurs in the journal nature. They report that they've found. No pigments in birds distant dinosaur relatives, such as the groups that include triceratops and the long necked diplomat. Occas the red and blue pigments. Were present. However in eggshells from the group of dinosaurs. That includes birds and their close relatives, we have very likely a single evolutionary origin of color. What's more her team showed that dinosaur eggs even had spots and speckles, and that's surprised Mark Halbur? He's an ornithologist and expert on eggs at the university of Illinois at her banished. Champagne read, not only known that that dinosaur eggs were caller for. But they were speckled which is a whole other aspect of diversity. He says it looks like dinosaurs may have needed these fancy eggs for all the same reasons as birds and maybe some egg related dinosaur business. We haven't even thought of Nell greenfieldboyce NPR news. The pop singer Kim Petras had a hit earlier this year with a sunny danceable number called
"velociraptor" Discussed on MonsterTalk
"So that's and that's a big dough and it's doing it pretty well. Oh yeah. The Toronto's looks pretty good. The the sore polls. Breakfast souls pretty accurately portrayed and limbs of two chunky, but you know that they look good and and most people, again, talking about the average person, not people who are not doing so fans, they haven't heard of velociraptor. The k. is there's, there's the mode. You know this. There's the disclaimer that the dinosaur in drek Bach is not velociraptor, but they haven't heard of that kind of dinosaur before a totally new animal to them and that those kinds of animals. Those, you know. The like. Agile active in a vicious shop. Claude predators were were a big deal out, overturn people's understanding of Dont'a, like in the sixties and seventies as far as warm blooded cold blooded. So you're saying they're, they're not. They don't identify thermally binary. What the thing is that. Like, yeah, it's not. It's not a. Black, black alight distinction. It's it's. Yeah, I've read a little bit about that because I, I guess some are thought to have been like a Pat sores that would have been like the sheer body mass would have made them thermally, warm, warm, blooded as well. I mean, I mean across animals in general. I mean, animals ingenuous kind of bad to use the idea that you're doing bud is not that simple. So there's, you know, there's mammals of fairly active metabolism that generating heat internally, but they still dependent on external heat and there's, oh, my wife. She needs a blanket in the heater all the time. Is that what you're talking about specifically had her in mind. That kind of thing. And you know, there's, there's conventionally cold blooded animals meant to be dependent on external sources of heat. There's there's various fishes and lizards the generate he internally, and it's just it's just like a bad way to think about animals the wolf butter or call blooded. I think that most of the evidence we have full non verged on his extinct dinosaurs. I think most evidence indicates they probably were equities warm-blooded. But I just it's just dangerous too dangerous. It's dangerous is just like it's misleading to the either vertical. I think the phrase I've been going with it's complicated than that, you know? Yeah, and it, it's always more complicated because anything you think you understand chances are it's more complicated. Exactly. Is I and it's complicated enough that you don't want just just avoid entire episode by itself. Right. It's actually, I mean, we're not even talking about Bigfoot here yet. So. What did they get wrong? I mean, this may take longer. Well, the the key thing of course, the supposed to get out, get out of there up front. Not surprised these days is there's, they opted not to feather their the Lahser out to top dinosaurs. So the dinosaur interesting park, they call it velociraptor. It's not actually lost the raptors. Another animal cool dynamics which was discovered in Montana, but they the code velociraptor because Croydon followed one particular author who said that velociraptor Doncaster the same animal. They include the older night, right? They gave the older name that's in that to be wrong. So it's not the Las after whatever those Veloce dinosaurs. They decided to keep them scaly skin because the consensus in the community, the time was that was more likely to be correct. That was kind of more sensible, more conservative. And that has had knock on effects. You know the way up to the the current films that Jurassic world fif-. Films dressing full and kingdom obscene the newest one. Now as have said few times site, his mind touchable jewel geological about Jurassic Park. There were people in the early ninety. Ninety s and beforehand you know, going back to the sixties. There were people. He said these velociraptor type dinosaurs probably should be given feathers because they're not to me. So similar to that of their close relatives, early birds. The most famous examples being all Chiap tricks which has been known since the late eighteen fifties. So they should really feted them, but general consensus among highly until this was done. Aniko swell look loyal now now we know for sure he's animals had feathers because hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of fossils of them preserved that way. So that's the that's the biggest thing they should have feathers on them and they didn't..
"velociraptor" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"Oh, man. I think you just gotta go at diarrhea that I have. Nobody asked questions. They have the screaming Shantz I can't go to Aruba with the family. I can't go to Greece for three months because I have diarrhea that Alaska Montezuma's revenge. Oh. Oh, I can't go adopt a dog and then make sure that you can't get a sitter for a big, no, no guys, I their scandals that. Okay. Adopted child. It's by ticket. Sorry, the kennels or close. I checked. Also I have diarrhea. This is not gonna. I accidentally diarrhea all over my new dog and child, and I need to clean them. However, long vacation last for three weeks. You could just inlaws invited themselves. Don't need advice saying to talk to my spouse about it. It's a done deal. I mean, you should talk to your spouse about it though. Did you tell her or him? I don't understand what does he mean? But it's a done deal. What is laid? He's just. There are coming. Yeah, there's no like there's no negotiating out of that. Yeah. Oh, okay. We'll know, but I don't understand. Did he talk to his wife about it? I'm gonna guess LA. Okay. Let's go both roads. Say he hasn't talked to his wife doesn't matter though if he knows that it's done deal, but here's the thing. Sometimes you think you know something, but if you don't talk with your the person that you are already, assuming something is the way it is, then the thing might not be as it is what you thought it was is was so speak with your spouse. Terrible. Unless I was trying to, I heard it on Dr. Phil. He's doctor, you gotta know. Yeah, he has like he's a wealth of knowledge that he shares this. He's nine. He's going. Okay. So just. His first name is DR period. Its name as well. I'm gonna do that to my kid. I'm just gonna name him doctor Dr Phil, but it has some really fucking cool name as a middle name like dragon. Dr. Salamander salamanders I don't know. It's fucking sweet. Super creepy. Hi, Dr. Salamander. All right, fine. Like Dr velociraptor that's fucking almost schools. Dragon, Dr dre talk to drive a nice to meet. It makes things becomes a doctor and it's fucking dragon. His name is doctor Dr. Dragon. Just call me. Foamy dr. The fuck talking. Oh, yes, I become. So what you're saying is you get out of AK, shin with your in laws and your wife. I don't think that's gonna go over well with your wife. Yes, that's what you gotta make thinking. I think they will no longer be in Las. Oh, do you know what you gotta? Do you gotta pull a Kevin, whatever his name is from home alone, just give forgotten Kevin. Just I missed my lost my wife and she flew away without. Yeah, and then you're gonna have to deal with some real machinist robbers that are gonna try and steal things from your house, but hold to do that to what was isn't it. Well, no, he gets on a different plane with the lady that he thinks his mom his oh, well, which I don't think would actually go and they'd be like, what the new can't come. Yeah, I don't think I think there's so accidentally change your flight and go to New York, where while they're going wherever that's a good idea and then you can walk behind slow people. Oh, that's not a good idea. Krizan advice here. How do you get a vacation with your in laws. Yes, I like the diarrhea just get month Zuma's event. Okay. Go drink from polluted water source. Really sick Wixom drinking foams like yes, stick your whole mouth over the drinking from? Yeah, children's just see what you get. You might get arrested if you're just hovering over children's drinking your entire mouth over the thing. Sir. You're gonna need to come well, then you can't go on vacation so I can't go on. I, I'm on the no fly list. Defeat of my children in public. Or. Are you could gain enough weight that you can't fit on a plane. Okay. In like one hundred eighty pounds in like as soom not that long. Swing the Asian now. Yeah. So in the next three weeks, I'm guessing you're like a buck fifty. Just get all the snack snacks. You can just stuff your show. Shove them in your mouth and other or just as many as much food as you can get inside of you. Put it in there. Just gorge yourself.
"velociraptor" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Let's get back to Tom's velociraptor noises when I think that you know, I think that Verna might be promoting this mentality of like he has his group now and he's saying, okay, you know, these are outsiders. These are the people that are preventing us from getting to the gold out. They want to. What did you think about. And you know, we can talk about this more when we segment out to the reward winners. But what are you thinking about them? Laying the seeds to get rid of John before the five. That's what it sounded like to me. So there's a chance that you know, next episode I know I keep saying next episode might not be so cut and dry, but I'll say it again because while PK is a definitive outsider, I feel like we have laid so much ground this episode of John blindside next week. It's a kind of thing that shouldn't were. You shouldn't be able to make your final three like so conclusively beforehand because and if anyone gets wind of that, which peak literally didn't episode then that can be used against you, but it's just a testament to how much control the has and that life has at the top of that majority that people aren't speaking to each other. They're all speaking through him from what I can tell. So he doesn't get out this and we can just lay out his plans as early as he wants. And if any of them would have talked which other they would see that he's promised the same thing to all of them. Also similar thing to all of them. But then having that compensation again, just. Estimate how well he's playing. I wonder as well if he's sort of benefiting from the fact that like, I don't know. I feel like these other people just don't connect well to each other. You know, like maybe Thomas John are definitely a pair and you have like p k and ka Tanka. But I really do feel like a lot of people feel they're number one is Verner, but no one else has number one is which, again is is fantastic gameplay on his part that he's able to maintain that guys, but it's just so interesting how I think he's able to put forward this idea of like, you can't trust anyone else, but you can't trust me. Don't worry. I'll give you the truth, everyone else's lying you even though again, he admits to Tom here that he has been lying out the Wasi with this entire game. The you think that that contain has been really close to Emily's and Joma. She still chooses the over them like it's just he's just ruling socially, but let's get to this reward and they eventually picks that Tom makes. I've been pretty insulting people's picks survive in New Zealand poured, gosh, lately, but much like less last week. I love the fix from Tom. I thought they were actually perfect Antioch cheeky later them perfectly. So I'm like, maybe another fishy Fatone right now, who is this man? Well, he catches a lot of fishy, so it makes sense. Even though he seems to be our zoological expert, considering he knows the way that birds y. Yes, exactly. I was completely even off the rewatching it. I was like, I have no idea what he's talking about. We had, we had the showing us by spinning around in a circle like eagle to show us what he was trying to go for. It is a bit of an odd picture, at least if I saw, you know if you're said, okay, what orientation would you give to a bird vertical would not be my first choice just because yes, you can see eagles spinning, but I don't feel like I, I feel like eighty percent of the time. They're horizontal over vertical, and I feel like intrude, Tom fashion. We'll talk about how I do feel like he made at least good pitch for the reward, but him after he yelled his name Pokemon style and ends up winning. He immediately goes up to burner and says, the bird is Rog bursts who fly like that, which like this sore winner. Tom in this, I thought this was going to be going upside down you moment because we seem Tony try and get something together against him, and I was. Like really fearing it. Obviously, he has it on lock as we've said. So he picks he's just heard that John is wanting going soon. So he keeps her on locking secures her. He thinks he's going to be on the jury..
"velociraptor" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Said that's not gonna work I'm going to go in there close the door behind me and. Then I'll die and nobody will have known that I went in there and I and I died first, bathroom bathroom I was going to throw up I was gonna throw up in. The toilet I was, trying to have. A little respect for the, janitor so I give the universal choking signal that everybody. Knows about and the tension in the room and on top of that. At one point I did like a velociraptor noise kind of like Kind. Of noise because that's what is happening as. Apparently as you die slowly so here's what happens all the. Tension in the room gets ratcheted up super fast and a defensive tackle can't even remember his. Name didn't make the roster he's first up to bat he's gonna give me the Heimlich maneuver And. Everybody like like I said the tension got serious quick I could see it in. All my teammates face in how long were you this is like I said this is probably. Thirty seconds into the whole ordeal so this defensive tackle he's a easily at three hundred ten three hundred. Fifteen pound guy he proceeds to give me the. Most uninspired Heimlich maneuver that. You could. Ever imagine it was as It was as if he was trying to nuzzle in with a body pillow right before And so guys are like dude do it harder do it harder, and he, didn't and, show Schalke. Who just kind of casually was eating his pork tenderloin Jeremy shockey. My teammate he's casual he's, still casualty show like not even panic even. A little bit I think in his world this kind of stuff happens on the regular He gets up and he gets right in my face and, he knows, I can't, speak and. He just goes thumbs up or thumbs down right in my face. And I shake my head, and give thumbs down this is not good So Schalke brushes the nondescript defensive tackle, with the uninspired Heimlich maneuver, and Schalke goes into position to give me? The maneuver and he does one giant? Thunderstruck style what Obam and outcomes look side note if in that moment if the thing, doesn't come out of, your mouth either your natural reaction is is the chew it up and swallow it I did it. Isn't that weird you All of the food? That I did it just. Out of just a reaction so Schalke has saved my life and here's Schalke's, racks. And this is classic Jeremy shockey Schalke kind of like a. Steer steer wrestler and rodeo when you wrestle steer they grabbed the feet and they tie it and then they throw their. Hands out to the side Schalke, just throws his hands out doesn't say a word casually. Walks back to his pork tenderloin finishes his lunch as if he does that two. Or three times. A, week oh my God now in that moment, shockey or in that moment the trainers then show up and here's where I. Realized how serious this was the trainers came from the training. Room a little distance away they come in carrying, defibrillator paddles and a tray sit like ready to cut a hole in, my throw so that I I, like that's, when you realize oh yeah this this, was. The. Real deal serious so. Okay so listen to that you think that's, the? End of the. Story, right like that's it I. I lived called, my wife, everything, was fine. But I oh Jeremy shockey A, great debt you know bottom bottle of Johnny Walker blue. And I don't think he sipped it I don't think he's a Seper of the. Of the of. The, whisky so here's what's that what did you, do okay well no that's the end of that but here's the thing after. The fact this kind of went it made the news cycle. Jeremy shockey badboy saving teammates life SPN like I, wasn't on ESPN a lot for highlights touchdowns ten years of NFL score, one touchdown that's kind of career, I had, but I did make the crawl down, at. The. Bottom you know Panthers. Training camp update Jeremy shockey saves a teammate, I? Got contacted by. Two, people one I got contacted. By the grandson, of like, a, Gustis Heimlich I kid. You not. Know they call wanting to know, what was the order of events apparently in the medical. Community there's, debate over whether, or, not. You should do back. Blows I or go straight to. The Heimlich they wanted to make sure great grandpa Augustus is high Maneuver stays up at the top so that..
"velociraptor" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"He was clearly irate about possibly missing the Mets. Opening, day game others Jeremy white worried about missing the line for coffee. At the spot I thought, was very long so. Long drove vying I thought I can't stop for that coffee because they're too many. Cars in line I would have been walking in very late and had to give the old poll the line of, the coffee shop and I didn't want to do that. With coffee here it's, not very good but we. Have coffee here I can't even think about that copied on, WGN sports. Radio five fifty the guy was upset because the Mets always went. On opening day that's what. They're known for they're known for being a mediocre franchise that has the best record on opening day. And major league. Baseball is three so that's why. He was upset he knew I better get. There on time this is guaranteed win day, for the Mets Jeremy's off Howard and Brayton with you No I should not be ashamed that I don't know the, villa Crafter, thing whatever that thing was velo velo who's a raptor thing velociraptor Rex? I've heard I've found. Out I've thought about. The stegar's right stegosaurs. Yes triceratops yes someone said. Pterodactyl but that's a bird isn't it sinus sore. Eye, lacrosse have raptor raptor thing no big of it this way velocity and raptor you take velociraptor. And you comply combine the two yeah velociraptor. Velociraptor I bet there are plenty of people who have. Had never heard of a. Velociraptor I am far from the, this. Getting look there are plenty, of, things I should be. Barest, about this is one of them this is not one of them, seventy seven. Percent of people think yes you should be ashamed well then? You've clearly slanted the web poll or whatever the Twitter poll no way. Did I ever did I ever slant. This Twitter poll guys you guys are. Out to get me the two of you and white you're, always you, guys are in codes you've been out to get me forever Believe me there's Plenty of things I I have to, be embarrassed about but this is not, one of them the Toronto Raptors just think of it. This that. Way, that's velociraptor? Oh, is it yes. The Toronto, Raptors I mean it's not a loss of raptor Tony who I didn't know there was a Bilotta. Raptor Can I go home now He's still got like fifty three. Minutes left in the show I say we replay earlier interviews and we. Cash in the. Last hour we. Bag it let's bag it. Let's get out. Of here eight thousand three oh five fifty. To join us this morning Eight eight eight five fifty. To five fifty thank you for spending. Some time with us this morning I did this a couple times we never. Got to its let's do. This. Year I wanted to talk..
"velociraptor" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Va loss full he made like a velociraptor noise wash which like it's a tony doing lama great like yeah like poor annelies like saying she says like shut up you're throwing me off right now with your yelling yeah puts people off in the challenges and then like in the reward i mean actively chose to watch eat again and share a bed with him i love it so much i really do also love that she he basically like implement head play the correctly and everything like tom could have screwed over his alliance by going to wash himself in the moment do you wanna talk a little bit about what we saw next week because that was really interesting yeah exile island is back in play or at least in play survivors out that in general so nico tells them that the winner of the challenge will send to people to exile now we don't necessarily know what that means whether it's a reward challenge thing of like oh these two people will just be segregated they won't have the reward they'll just sort of be on their own stuck to the natural elemental from everyone else or which is the more interesting thing in my opinion it could be an immunity challenge thing where the winner gets to send two people away essentially either be away from everyone else and then come back in vote or miss out on the vote entirely which would be pretty crazy but it could if we're talking before about like how could pk tony possibly find a way to stir up the game if there are two people missing from the next tribal council big could very possibly a very small chance but they could have a way to try to shake up the game of it i bet you those to find a way to screw it up i don't know why and how we based on everything that i've seen in the last couple of weeks they would screw it up somehow but i'm kind of on the lookout for the fact that we know this episodes eighteen plays they already tried to do i mean martinez quit but they would try to non elimination episode i do think that might be some non elimination episodes at least one maybe two in our future so i'm kind of looking at when i see twist like that kind of a little signal is going to be a non elimination maybe so would you think it's just like something there's shakeup game a bit but doesn't actually bear out on the elimination result it's just like hey this one person will have a decision to ban people from this camp of all see if it sort of bears fruit yeah i guess it doesn't sound like a very fun episode i'm sure if i was ever got something up death leave much like bless usually not to so yeah can actually utilize instead of keeping their pocket yeah i at this before but the show has done some awesome things with the next time on but particularly the previously on your last week we found out that thomas said he wouldn't vote for shana that wasn't something we'd seen before but this week was so cool with the flashback and it's really something that i think the us should do more of as i said very much like the genius which is one of my favorite shows because by the carnival problem where it's like between a rock and a hot place of we do give them all the information telegraph the vote older we surprise them but then they might not know enough and they might be confused and this is a way to kind of give us both like we know what happened with tanka but we still had that shock and all moment when pk stood up when we weren't really expecting it so us vivor she'd be ceiling a bunch of stuff from south african survivor and a lot of these international versions and i think that's right at the top of my list start doing flashbacks that's a great point about it's sort of being a happy medium aware yeah i think that from the editing formula but us survivor you want to build it up for at least two or three option to not make people necessarily feel like they know what's going to happen going into create a genuine surprise but the downside of that is you sort of leave a lot of unanswered questions going into the next episode which considering you have so little time to to flesh out a lot of things it's tough to sort of shoehorn in there like oh by.
"velociraptor" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is science friday i'm john dean cosker we're talking about movie dinosaurs with real paleontologists the new jurassic world movies been stomping all over box office the summer with more roaring t rex and bright velociraptor genetically engineered surprise as well as volcano threatening the last dinosaurs on earth a rescue mission turns into an evil plot i won't give away the whole thing but i will tell you there are some spoilers ahead with our guest billion julia clark and kenneth lock of our we'll get some of your phone calls in just a moment or you can tweet us at sei fries who julia i've been looking forward to this your research includes the evolution of sounds that these animals made we've got a sample of some sounds of from the dinosaurs in the movie is a big carnivore and then the t rex heroically saving our main characters okay so what do you think about that how they do oh my gosh i was trying to like decode or break down some of the sounds that i heard and there's you know there's some of it almost reminds me of like star wars movie you know some of the same sounds mixed in there at the end but it's like i kind of there's some crocodilian undertones and then there's this roaring kind of a malian overtone to me i mean and that's not a technical use of undertone and overtone but there's there just yeah i think what seems to me about these these sounds is there a little too familiar you know i think we need to have sounds that we need to expect these sounds to be perhaps a little bit more uncertain millier in you know if we were to really journey back to the jurassic world i mean how do we know anything about how dinosaurs would sound in the first place i mean i do we have any any tissue that would suggest what noises they make oh that's it yeah well this is an area of research that were really just getting started with and in many ways we thought we'd never know the sounds that dinosaurs made and i think that we're going to get a lot closer to that and what do we look at what we really have to understand how living dinosaurs are birds make sounds so we need to understand not just our songbirds that we know a lot about but we need to look at weird earlier branches and birds such as ostriches and emus and other things that they can tell us about hello living dinosaurs make sounds and then we also are looking for fossil records of parts of the sound producing structure and trying to get at how you know what these structures might have been like and in fact just a couple of years ago we found the first fossilized evidence of a vocal oregon from the age of dinosaurs so hopefully paleontologists are all out there digging through their collections and maybe we'll find more such evidence to kind of get out this on at the story you mentioned ostriches and crocodiles let's actually listen to to these animals see how they sound and maybe this gives a little bit better blueprint for howard dinosaurs would sound i an ostrich.
"velociraptor" Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me
"In that that whole part is actually in the kitchen when velociraptor breaking in they try and mimic that and try and pay homage that insane light run and in the second half is phil where that basically escaping or trying to hide in in various parts of this house and there's i must've saying it's almost recreate beat for beat in terms of the united the one i'm talking about in the velociraptor in dressy park goes after the gallon she's hiding in the cupboard that do something really similar in folding kingdom you can say there's a lot of love and attention that's gone into this they want to be compared far more drastic park than the loss world band folks there will be an absolute comparisons one is to say cool to they guy back to the islands to try and cultivate some animals free eight goes off the island so there's going to be those comparisons even jeff goldblum zinn it but i don't think it's any spoilers decide at what you see in the traitor is what you get in the film that's quite disappointing yeah we were worried about that we actually talked about that but it's kind of they've got him in for the star in the end bears i mean he has some great lines and it's great to have him as acts of homage to that but i agree the movie looks done in like there wasn't one moment where i four that doesn't look quite real i am not food you know as is the case with some of these movies particularly when you need to so many computerized beasts in but it looks absolutely stunning so amazing and yeah like you said it almost verges on a horror movie at times in a really good way like the haunted house aspects with a little girl and some of the set pieces in that house were absolutely amazing i fought for this the second half of the movie was much better so don't dismay if after half an hour you a little bit disappointed because it will get better i agree if you are feels like and this is why give its comparison.
"velociraptor" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"Two liter comes with one hundred forty seven hundred pound one hundred and thirty two pound feet of torque again we didn't get to drive those we only drove the triple charge models which had two hundred one horsepower on one hundred ninety five pound feet of torque now this vehicle is fairly lightweight it's about twenty seven hundred to three thousand pounds so the temporal spools up really fast you know obviously because it's terrible you get that torque at fifteen hundred rpm so it really zips right along most of the models get average of twenty nine twenty eight thirty miles per gallon so we haven't fun doing something like that the shifter's really interesting especially with the m shift you've got real short throws a very precise so it's a lot of fun i thought the steering was well waited i really really like that and they've also done something where they have a feature that they can enhance the sound depending on what mode you've got three drive motors a sport mode and normal mode and then a smart mode so that kinda learns what you're driving styles like so as you drive along you want change a sport mode you get a little bit throat ear exhaust sound if you don't want it that loud you can just put it back to normal and so it's going to be nice and quiet and basic so how much money eighteen thousand eighteen to twenty eight depending on the trim level yeah twentyeight fully loaded now if this is enough for you they're making an end model in the in the fall that's going to be a performance beast so hats off to hyundai it's been a popular little car and all i can tell you i'm looking at the picture of it does look like that third that third door which is funny the one side has doodo door one door and the passenger side has two doors and it does the can opens like a normal door because a lot of times a three door style things are like the king cab trucks where you have to have one door open to open the anyway just wanted to because that was the question when you say three doors how do they do all right we'll take a little break check out the new hyundai velociraptor is that how they say it milosevic little car honey makes great stuff we'll take a.
"velociraptor" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast
"That would be a good question yeah all right well what was in the safety deposit box hen just end with no other context just to see i'm sure he would get it no no maybe not maybe i wait what safety deposit box no maybe he he's like that's my will and somebody stole it and i don't know where it is thank you i i could see him being confused and then laughing all right our forth fake news story somebody added something to this actors i md or this actors wikipedia listing of talents and mind you only one thing so according to wikipedia in twenty thirteen this actor is also a singer songwriter film producer former makeup artist musician and velociraptor he had roles in the hurt locker mission impossible jeff jeff jeff jeremy renner all right for a bonus point for either of you what was the made up skill that he had or a bill or identity jeff had to win velociraptor questioning that i was going to say singer but well i i heard him i didn't hear the song but he heard he did a song about hawkeye on one of the late night shows and they know he used to be a hairdresser a maintenance panel stomach on whatever well that too i don't know if he was a hairdresser as well but he was he was behind the scenes person at one point i probably could've got that without the movie examples but we'll never know move will never know okay.