Now that's a dentist I'd go to →
Although I think it would be more awesome to have all procedures done within the gaping maw of some huge carnosaur. “Open wide” would take on a new meaning.
Good for a laugh →
The comments do a pretty good job of taking this apart, so I won’t bother. I got a bigger laugh out of the fact that this guy thinks Job is a prophet, and also Judy S. Lexington’s comment at the very bottom: Very good reporting! But, will the sceptics believe it? Lady, as far as everybody is concerned, you people are the “sceptics.”
Elon Musk presented the roadshow of Tesla Motors describing the sexy and sleek road machines as “frickin’ technology velociraptor”. So I guess Tesla Motors isn’t cool anymore. If their cars are velociraptors, then that must mean they’re misrepresented in the media and entirely overrated. Friends don’t let friends think velociraptors are cool.
A is for Ankylosaurus →
And D is for Dinosaurs Vs. Robots.
Next Girl →
Pitchfork delivers a behind-the-scenes interview with the guy behind the absurd video for “Next Girl,” a song by the oh my fucking god we are serious artists band Black Keys. This is also the perfect segue into my latest blog/concept-squatting idea: Dinosaurs and Boobs. Another website featuring dinosaurs. But also boobs. (NSFW, obviously)
Dinosaur graveyard found in Alberta →
A Centrosaur’s reaction: We’re going to find the son of a bitch who did this, I swear to god. (original by Nobu Tamura, edited by me under CC by Attribution 3.0)
The term dinosaur in any context but one involving the former kings of the earth is one that has been tossed around all too much lately.
Rare "3D" Footprints →
Either the translation is off, or the Chinese have a weird way of describing things, but footprints in general are three-dimensional by their very nature.
Leaving an impression →
New studies in South Korea may help to distinguish genuine skin impression fossils from mere sedimentary constructs
Hunting by boat →
Guy wants to recreate one of the earliest Canadian dinosaur hunting expeditions to celebrate its centenary.
Interesting theory →
Television Without Pity speculates on possible historical events that may have been influenced by the Transformers. Of particular note: Without the extinction of the dinosaurs, it’s doubtful that humans would have risen to the heights they have on Earth. However, the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction event, which was responsible for most dinosaur deaths, did not go down the way scientists...
These fucking guys: It’s on Amazon.com on-demand. First 21 episodes. It isn’t DVDs yet, but it’s a goddamn start.
Dino bites →
Awesome or just a sick bunch of opportunists? →
National Geographic looks at the rise of the dinosaurs and wonders: were they just kick-ass beasts who deserved to rule the Earth, or did they just seize a good moment when every other superior animal was dying off?
Medusaceratops lokii →
There have been a shitton of ceratopsid discoveries lately. This is the one with possibly the coolest name, because the lokii comes from this guy: