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Re: Phil Currie and Burroughs?(joke)



What about the T. rex-as-a-scavenger short stories? 
Jean-Michel ;-]

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Phil Bigelow" <bigelowp@juno.com>
To: <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Sent: Saturday, February 11, 2006 11:47 PM
Subject: Re: Phil Currie and Burroughs?


> Didn't Jim Kirkland briefly do something in the Sci-Fi realm?
> 
> Of course, there's Bakker too......
> 
> <pb>
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> 
> On Sat, 11 Feb 2006 13:56:04 -0800 Adrienne Mayor <afmayor@aol.com>
> writes:
> > Other paleontologists have published fiction on lost worlds inhabited 
> >  
> > by dinosaurs:
> > 
> > besides George Gaylord Simpson's well-known, posthumous short story, 
> >  
> > the late Canadian fossil track specialist William A. S. Sarjeant  
> > published several novels about lost worlds of living dinos, under 
> > the  
> > name "Anthony Swithin" (his middle names). Sarjeant also published  
> > 
> > articles on geology in fiction, such as Arthur Conan Doyle and 
> > Tolkien.
> > 
> > The Russian paleontologist Ivan A. Efremov, who discovered  
> > Tarbosaurus bataar in the the Gobi in the 1940s, wrote a sci-fi 
> > novel  
> > called "Shadow of the Past" (1953), featuring fossil hunters who 
> > find  
> > a cave wall covered in resin that had acted as a natural 
> > photographic  
> > film, capturing images of the living Tarbosaurus.
> > 
> > and of course, don't forget the Turok, Son of Stone comics, about  
> > Plains Indians trapped in a lost valley of dinosaurs, in the 
> > 1950s-60s
> > 
> > On Feb 11, 2006, at 11:22 AM, David Krentz wrote:
> > 
> >    I suppose I shouldn't be surprised though, seeing as so many of 
> > us  
> > love the same things.   You know, like those lost worlds inhabbited  
> > 
> > by dinosaurs ?
> > 
> > 
> > 
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