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Re: dinosaur reconstructions (was `sigh')

I just finishede a book called "Dead Men Do Tell Tales". It is sort of 
ghoulish but the guyt writes *very* well, He has had enormous experience 
as a forensic anthropologist, huindreds of cases. Why dont we try to get 
him and a couple of his cohorts to look at a selection of dinosaur bones 
(skeletons) and see if his experience would turn up some ideas that the 
dino people havent thought of. He identified Pizzaro's long lost skeleton 
and the bones of Tsar Nicholas and his *entire* family, including 
Anastasia. Fascinating book. Fascinating and apparently extremely 
competent forensic type who could give us some insights not readily 
apparent to people who have only looked at a relatively few skeletons.

Ray McAllister, Prof (Emeritus) Ocean Eng., FAU, Boca Raton, FL 33064
Diving Dinosaur, Geologist/Oceanographer/Ocean Engineer, 43 years SCUBA
mcallist@gate.net (305) 426-0808, Author Diving Locations, Boynton/Dania