[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index][Subject Index][Author Index]
Dinosaur extinction theories [was Re: Little extinction idea that I whipped up....]
Caleb et al,
Anyone wishing the full introduction on two dozen or so theories from my
college anthropology textbook can e-mail me privately -
< firstname.lastname@example.org >.
"Authors, with varying competence, have suggested that the dinosaurs
disappeared because the climate deteriorated (became suddenly or slowly
too hot or cold or dry or wet), or that the diet did (with too much food
or not enough of such substances as fern oil; from poisons in water or
plants or ingested minerals; the bankruptcy of calcium or other necessary
elements). Other writers have put the blame on disease, parasites, wars,
anatomical or metabolic disorders [...]"
> Here's a little extinction hypothesis that I whipped up one day after
> having seen some of WWD. Maybe the metor thingy (which the media, for some
> reason, portrays as the "actual, proven" way that the dinos died, it's kind of
> irritating.) didn't whip them out. Isn't there evidence that the dinosaurs
> were already dying out when it hit anyway? Maybe, they killed themselves.
> Maybe, the whole predator/prey, survival of the fittest thingy got too tough.
> They adapted too well, and evolved to be too tough. In doing so, they whipped
> themselves out.... Just a thought.
> Caleb Lewis
> Get free email and a permanent address at http://www.netaddress.com/?N=1
Terry W. Colvin, Sierra Vista, Arizona (USA)
< email@example.com >
Home Page: < http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Stargate/8958/index.html >
Sites: Fortean Times * Northwest Mysteries * Mystic's Cyberpage *
TLCB * U.S. Message Text Formatting (USMTF) Program
Member: Thailand-Laos-Cambodia Brotherhood (TLCB) Mailing List
TLCB Web Site: < http://www.tlc-brotherhood.org >
Southeast Asia (SEA) service:
Vietnam - Theater Telecommunications Center/HHC, 1st Aviation Brigade
(Jan 71 - Aug 72)
- Telecommunications Center/U.S. Army Support Thailand
(USARSUPTHAI), Camp Samae San (Jan 73 - Aug 73)
- Special Security/Strategic Communications - Thailand
(STRATCOM - Thailand), Phu Mu (Pig Mountain) Signal Site
(Aug 73 - Jan 74)