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    Has everyone by now gandered, gawked or grimaced at the new 
coffeetable book called DINOPIX? 
    The artist whose work the book displays insets in natural and even 
manmade 'real-life' photographs detailed computer-aided images of 
trompe-l'oiel dinosaurs and whatnot and so forth.
    I found the book clever and provoking. I myself like as much artistic 
radicalization of our _image_ (in some poetic sense) of extincted 
lifeforms as is constantly being provided by current hard science.

   But I'm not a scientist, either...

   Thoughts? Comments?

"Anyone? Anyone?"