67 million years ago a snake coiled in a nest of dinosaur eggs and ate the babies as they hatched. A landslide buried the scene and time and conditions fossilized it.
The discovery and identification is described in a Wired Science article:
"Geologist Dhanajay Mohabey of the Indian Geological Survey first unearthed the fossil 26 years ago in a rocky, limestone outcropping in the northwestern Indian village of Dholi Dungri. He thought all the bones at the site were those of dinosaur hatchlings.
But in 2001, University of Michigan paleontologist Jeff Wilson, took a second look at the fossils. The team then recognized they had actually found a snake coiled around a broken egg, with a hatchling and two other eggs nearby."
Sunday, March 28, 2010
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Why we dream.
The joy of mephedrone.
Vix doesn't seem to be worth much.
Where's the missing oil?
Why we're fat.
Cold Fusion still coming back.
What you can do with all that data.
Statistics isn't so good. The experts should take a look at this.
The top prospects in energy stocks.
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Bad stuff coming out of China.
Google's delusional arrogance.
Chinese jets for Chavez.
Travel like a human.
Why surprises blind us.
Is China spoiling for a fight?
Your mind and your money.
Incentives rule the world.
Saturday, March 13, 2010
Described as a "huge success" folks sat in coffee shops to talk politics. Turnout was higher than expected with an overwhelming 60 people showing up in Decatur, GA (suburb of small town Atlanta). One hates to ask how many they were expecting. A Political Movement is Brewing reads the headline. In Asheville, NC, 35 people gathered. Thirty showed up in Raleigh, NC. (about as many who are in the bathroom at any one time during one of Duke's preseason basketball games-- too much coffee). Coffee News Network. Res Ipsa Loquitor.
Tuesday, March 09, 2010
Atrazine emasculates frogs.
How to solve health care.
All your news are belong to us.
Grandma in Hubei.
Behind every great fortune....
"The only way you build an economy is through savings and investments."
Seeing through the opaque—they do it with matrices.
The spread of goodness.
Monday, March 08, 2010
This morning, while driving to work, some blather coming out of the radio clued me in to the fact that the Oscar awards happened last night. Not that it matters to anyone or anything but I got an odd, if momentary, sense of wellbeing from the fact that I'd been blissfully unaware of the Oscars. Not that I ever pay much attention to them, but ZERO attention was a new high water mark.
Pride may cometh before the fall, but may I be proud for this?