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>Yep, is it published by the natural history museum associated
>with the university at which Bakker teaches. It is more or less
>Bakker's main forum.
No, no, no. Bakker did not and does not have a faculity position at the
University of Colorado. His only real position was Research Associate,
all other titles (e.g. "Wortmann Chair", etc.) were all self appointed.
He is no longer affiliated with CU, having alienated everyone there like
he does everywhere he goes. Right now he has appointed himself Curator
of Paleontology at the Tate Museum in Casper, Wyoming. He still lives
>[P.S. Bakker is a rather extreme splitter, so many of his genera are
>oversplit in my opinion - for instance I do not accept Denversaurus].
I don't accept Denversaurus either. There was a political reason why
Bakker named the skull after the city of Denver, and the species name
for one of the Denver Museum of Natural History trustees. Needless to
say, it did not work out the way he wanted.
My own opinion, not that of the DMNH, blah, blah.