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Re: Worldest oldest duck-bill dinosaur



>This press release is at 
>
>http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/1999/01/990120075457.htm
>
>"DALLAS (SMU) -- The world's oldest and most primitive duck-billed
>dinosaur, dating back more than 95.5 million years, has been discovered
>by paleontologist Jason Head of the Department of Geological Sciences in
>Southern Methodist University's Dedman College of Humanities and
>Sciences."
>
>Gautam Majumdar                 gautam@majumdar.demon.co.uk

Well, everyone in academia knows that's the problem, all that dead wood 
at the top of the tree. Did Jason Head say what, exactly, the dinosaur 
was teaching at SMU?

Best, 
George

George J. Leonard, Ph.D. 
Professor of Interdisciplinary Humanities
San Francisco State University