Thursday, August 19, 2010
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Wednesday, August 11, 2010
What do you want Michael?
No, I already told you they don't make those anymore!
You know, sometimes it's a regional thing. You could ask.
No MacDonald's anywhere makes a McD.L.T anymore!
Just saying they have all the ingredients for a McD.L.T.
-- Stewie and Michael Dorn, Family Guy Star Trek TNG episode "Not All Dogs Go to Heaven"
Monday, August 9, 2010
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Scientists are saying that the Triceratops dinosaur—you know, the three horned one—was actually a juvenile form of a Torosaurus, the three horned dinosaur you don't know. Apparently, dinosaurs' skulls can shape-shift.
The scientists, John Scannella and Jack Horner, believe that the Torosaurus and Triceratops are actually of the same species. According to the them, as a Triceratops aged, its horns and frill became more similar to that of a Torosaurus. Short becomes long, saw-edged becomes smoothed and so on. Having them be the same species would explain why there were never any young Torosaurus fossils discovered.
Scientists sure enjoy crushing my childhood memory of The Land Before Time (they nixed Brontosaurus a while back). Hopefully they won't delete Triceratops too. [New Scientist via BoingBoing]
What does this do to our list of Dinobots?