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Re: "Dinosaur Cowboy" film
Tim Williams wrote:
>>>Baron Nopcsa was a pioneer in paleontology and
paleobiology, who named
new fossil species, including around 10 dinosaur
genera (most of which
turned out to be invalid). He also attempted to
extinct animals, including the hypothetical ancestors
of birds. In a
of papers Nopcsa (1907, 1923, 1929) proposed that bird
ground-dwelling bipeds that flapped their feathered
running speed. On the personal front, Nopcsa was
rather (OK, very)
egotistical and eccentric, and he met a tragic end by
his own hand.
....Thanks for the info Tim....sounds like another
interesting (albeit tragic)story.
David Marjanovic wrote:
>>>Quite a feat for the _Bolivian_ army!
....does this ending remind anyone of "Butch Cassidy?"
....okay Phil....do a rewrite! (on second thought...)
>> The last scene in the movie is an extreme close up
>> lips, as she slowly utters in a quivering voice,
"Some dinosaurs can
....hmmm...I'm revealing my ignorance....what does
Tommy Bradley wrote:
>>>Maybe, just maybe, there is a correlation between
what makes someone a
fan and a cinephile. Maybe the sheer epic-ness of
many are bigger then us, far deadlier, and extinct
(well, the big
kind anyway), so they aren't readily available. So
what I'm getting at
if you're the kind of person who finds Dinosaurs
more likely to find movies fascinating as well.
Not to mention how many film makers have also been
dino buffs (ie:
My two cents,
....Thanks Tommy....you've saved me hours of therapy!