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Re: The today programme
Can't wait, Tom Swift said decrepitically. "Brontosaurus" was a pterosaur,
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From: owner-DINOSAUR@usc.edu [mailto:owner-DINOSAUR@usc.edu]
On Behalf Of Christian Darkin
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Subject: The today programme
There was a piece on BBC radio4's today programme just now
about some silly theory about all dinosaurs being aquatic.
It was pretty easily put down by a 2nd interviewee but really
- we're used to a bit higher standard of debate from the
today programme. Surely they could have found a better
current dino story if they wanted one!
A shame, really. Since tomorrow there is going to be some REAL dinosaur
news (he said, cryptically...)
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