the museum artifacts have been catalogued and antiques dealers in the West will
now be monitored" (National Geographic), with reference to the hope that
*something* may have survived the Taleban destruction of Buddhist
other words, let us hope greed and antique smuggling has saved
Ironic, no? What if it were
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>Has anyone else noticed that the
Spinosaurus in Jurassic Park 3 has its hands in the "playing the piano"
position which I
>was told was
>Isn't Jack Horner the scientific adviser
on the film? Doesn't he subscribe to this posture theory??
Please remember: Jurassic Park is a movie. Horner is an advisor;
he is not the Director. Directors and producers are free to ignore each
and every piece of advice they are given.
Furthermore, Jack Horner's area of expertise is hadrosaurs.
Although he knows more about theropods then basically anyone else involved in
the production, they are not his research speciality.
Similarly, when reading ANY press releases related to the JP series,
take any scientific assertion with a major chunk of halite (i.e., a big grain
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