Date: Sun, 28 Aug 2005 08:56:14 +0100
From: John Hunt <email@example.com>
The BBC's latest reuse of Walking With Dinosaurs footage airs
tonight at 20.30 on BBC1 for those on the right side of the pond.
For what it's worth (I watched the first few minutes to check the
video was getting the right thing, and will watch it all with the boys
this evening) the CGI footage is not from _WWD_.
Although it will look strangely familiar to lovers of _When Dinosaurs
Roamed America_ ...
Still, who cares? They -- finally -- have a _T. rex_ fighting a
_Triceratops_. Which is what it's all about, right?
And in other news --
Date: Sat, 27 Aug 2005 23:51:12 +0100 (BST)
From: Aidan Karley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
What's really puzzling me now (consequent on one of those
horrible "spend more to save on postage" deals), is how on earth a
search from books by `Kenneth Carpenter` returned
"6. The Official "Godzilla" Compendium: A 40 Year Retrospective
~J. D. Lees, et al
Random House USA Inc"
That would be because of --
Carpenter, K. 1998. A dinosaur paleontologist's view of
Godzilla. In Lees, J. D. & Cerasini, M. (eds) The Official
Godzilla Compendium. Random House (New York),
pp. 102-106. [T4]
And then there is also --
Christiansen, Per (2000): Godzilla from a zoological
perspective. Mathematical Geology 32 (2): 231-245.
/o ) \/ Mike Taylor <email@example.com> http://
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