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Re: SV: AW: Icy blast from the past
Another alternative would be to use a really, really big hair dryer.
--- On Sat, 7/11/09, Tommy Tyrberg <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> From: Tommy Tyrberg <email@example.com>
> Subject: SV: AW: Icy blast from the past
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org, "'DML List'" <email@example.com>
> Date: Saturday, July 11, 2009, 10:58 AM
> Try the Gamburtsev mountains. That is
> about the only place on Earth that
> may have stayed frozen ever since the Cretaceous.
> Unfortunately it is a
> bit inaccessible (under about 1000-1500 meters of ice).
> Since it would
> probably take something like 30-40 degrees warming to thaw
> out the
> Gamburtsevs it might be best to wait for Antarctica to move
> away from
> the Pole.
> Tommy Tyrberg
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> Adrienne Mayor
> Skickat: den 10 juli 2009 19:51
> Till: DML List
> Ãmne: Re: AW: Icy blast from the past
> Can we predict that many more "queer" and astounding
> preserved "monsters" will emerge from the melting
> glaciersÂ in theÂ
> arctic and antarctic regions in coming years? perhaps even
> and/or other Cretaceous remains, which will probably be
> identified byÂ
> local discoverers as "sea serpents" and the like?
> > For your amusement.Â I recently
> > bought a used paleo monograph, and tucked inside was a
> > news clipping from The Telegraph, dated 11/25/30,
> > reads as follows:
> > "CARCASS OF PREHISTORIC REPTILE FOUND IN GLACIER.
> > Cordova, Alaska, Nov 25 (AP).
> > Reports received from Valdez today said the carcass of
> > giant lizardlike creature, with fur in perfect
> > had been found on Glacier Island near there. The
> > creature, reported to be 42 feet long, including a
> > measuring 16 feet, was believed to have been preserved
> > prehistoric times by being encased in ice in the
> > reaches of the Columbia Glacier.Â T
have worked its way gradually to the area.Â
> The head
> > was reported to be six feet long and the body twenty
> feet in
> > length."
> > To me the real question is why does the government
> > scientific community continue to hide and suppress
> > discoveries?
> Because the flesh was ignominiously fed to foxes, while the
> made its way to a carnival ("Alaska's Prehistoric Monster
> â MillionsÂ
> of years old. Nearly 30 feet long. Baffles the scientific
> Queerest monster ever found. Discovered in Columbia
> Glacier. Now onÂ
> Exhibit. Here for a short time. Don't miss it. 25 cents
> Adults, 15Â
> cents, children any time."), perhaps: