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Re: 2 questions "interest in paleontology"
Hello Kat , I have personally passed the three score and ten , and for me
and primarily mammogenesis has nothing to do with *age* or your edu.
I M O good health and a clear mind , are what really count if you have a
real desire to
learn anything in any field , *DON'T* hesitate a moment , go for it any way you
you will find all sorts of people that will give you help no matter what the
or how bad you think they sound . There is nothing so exhilarating as learning
new to be a fact , when you might have only held the thought in the back of
your mind kind of teasing you . One more thing , when you get up in years , the
future can look very short so don't put any thing aside for now or think maybe
Now why did I start into paleontology , since I was a youngster I lived on
a farm with animals and have always
wondered why some legs were digitigrade and some plantigrade , and in those
days I didn't even know the words , when I retired I soon got tired of
traveling , and fishing ,
that is when I set out on a quest to find the answer to this question , and
found far more
questions than answers , My life is very rich learning new things and such
to meet on the web. I hope this gives you some help and advice from a senior
> Hello all,
> I am new to this list and have two questions. First I would like to know if
> there is a digest version of this list.
> Also, I would like your opinions on something. I want to know when, if ever,
> is it too late to go into paleontology as a career? Any advice you guys
> can help with would be *greatly* appreciated! :)
> Thanks very much and sorry for the long post.
fn: Earl Wood
adr: Amatuer Paleontologist;;Amatuer Mammologist;WW2 Veteran US Marine Air Force;Health Physisist US Atomic Energy Commission;National Reactor Testing Station IdahoOTE TYPEpc;C E O and Owner General Engineering Contractor