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Re: Dinosaur Revolution Review
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- Subject: Re: Dinosaur Revolution Review
- From: "Stephen V. Cole" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2011 12:08:20 -0500
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Speaking as a non-paleo fan of dinosaurs... (I am a military
Nice show, although I have seen enough CGI dinos that they are no
longer "wow" but just like any other nature show.
The "Revolution" was 40 years ago and all of this "old thinking" they
argue against hasn't even been heard by most of the audience, who
grew up knowing that dinos were not stupid and some of them were warm
blooded (or something like warm blooded). Yes, I grew up with stuid
cold-blooded brontos who spend their lives hip deep in the water, but
that all went out the window before I got married 34 years ago. So
the "revolution" thing seems a bad title.
I could swear I saw a dead Protoceratops with conical teeth like a meat eater.