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The PERFECT Movie Dinosaur



Do you suppose it IS possible to have the PERFECT movie dinosaur?

A portrayal that EVERY Paleo-person would agree upon as being a precise,
accurate rendering of what a dino was REALLY like when it went out for
dinner with it's friends a 100 million years (or so) ago?

Isn't the nature of "good" science one of constant refinement? A process
of "self-correction" in which the old is criticized and replaced by a
better model?

Willis O'Brien did his darndest with what he knew, and so did
Harryhausen, and so do Phil Tippett and Dennis Muren, but that won't
stop someone else from coming along with a bigger, better model.

Or did I miss something?

E. Summer

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