Steve Carrell and James Gandolfini to star in a movie about feuding archaeologists called ‘Bone Wars’
HBO Films recently announced ‘Bone Wars’, a comedy about feuding archaeologists starring Steve Carrell and James Gandolfini.
There are all kinds of weird social/dating games and sims out there for just about any type of kink. Jurassic Heart is one such game, where you meet and flirt with other like minded dinosaurs and flirt with human girls by showing off your ukulele skills… just like they used to do it in the Triassic.
Everyone knows that if you’re being chased by a dinosaur, the best thing you can do is get in a boat and row away, because obviously, dinosaurs can’t swim. Except some of them could, specifically, a kind of tyrannosaur that was apparently fond of swimming across rivers. Where’s your dino god now?
While it may not be possible to clone dinosaurs that have been dead for millions of years, one Australian billionaire wants to do the next best thing— a Jurassic Park like theme park populated with advanced life sized robotic dinos. Hell, many of the dinosaurs in the Jurassic Park movie were animatronic, so it could work, and it would be far safer than the real thing.
Five year old girl discovers dinosaur, names it after herself, drops the mic for the rest of her life
At five years old, Daisy Morris just achieved every one of your dreams and she can’t even reach the cookie jar yet. She discovered a dinosaur and named it after who? Herself. /drops mic
First it was dinosaurs with wings, now some paleontologists think that some dinosaurs might have fed their offspring with milk, or at least a milk-like substance rich in antibodies and growth hormones. Some birds like flamingos and penguins do it, so it’s actually not that much of a stretch to think that some dinos may have as well.
Most scientists are seriously beginning to doubt whether it’s even remotely possible to clone dinosaurs from bits of really old DNA, which is too bad, because the best part of having dinosaurs would be keeping them as livestock. So which dinosaurs do you think would be the tastiest?
Disney’s ‘Dinosaurs’ was a low point in Disney’s history, even though it was one of their first non-Pixar computer animated films. I’m sorry, I just couldn’t get over dinosaurs with human-like teeth. That just bugged the shit out of me. But now it looks like I was wrong— there apparently was at least one dinosaur that had creepy human teeth.
When things like dinosaur bones come out of the ground, after they’re neatly packed and labeled, they often go into storage either at a museum or university to await study. And sometimes, they sit there in storage for a really long time before anyone knows exactly what was found. Case in point is a dinosaur skeleton 10-15 million years older than anything on record that had been chilling in London’s Natural History museum since the 1930s.
It’s one thing to look at fossils to determine the size and general shape of a dinosaur, but trying to figure out external features that would have been shaped by soft tissue is another. Some scientists think sauropod may have had a trunk like an elephant, but because that would have been constructed from muscle and tendons, no one really knows.
Triceratops was a cool dinosaur, but the recently discovered xenocerotops is even cooler. Xenocerotops was so named upon its discovery because of its badass arrangement of facial horns that makes it look like something out of sci-fi.