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In response to your letter to the editor on dinosaurs not being around 67 million years ago ("Bloody evidence undercuts dogmatic view of dinosaurs," Nov. 8): Yes, Dr. Mary Schweitzer's article in Dec. 6, 2010 Scientific American does talk about her...
100 YEARS AGO — 1912 Boyle County did herself proud by giving Woodrow Wilson a majority over both Taft and Roosevelt. For a time is was thought in some quarters that a considerable number of Democrats would vote for Col. Roosevelt, but the returns...
The article "Dinosaur hunters know where to look in Laurel" in the Oct. 25 issue of the Laurel Leader begins, "It's true: Dinosaurs once roamed in Laurel. Of course, that was about 110 million years ago. ..." I wonder if anyone was there to see what...
A vote for Brightman is a vote for integrity To the editor: I am writing to advocate for and support the election of Donna Brightman as she is a candidate for re-election to the Washington County Public Schools Board of Education. I have known Mrs....
Carol Abraczinskas leads a double life. She's got her steady — and fascinating — day job as a scientific illustrator, sketching dinosaur fossils for the University of Chicago's biology and anatomy department. And then there's that other...
Though most people view dinosaur bones in air-conditioned natural history museums, in the Canadian Badlands travelers can see them outside, where the fossils still poke out of the ground. "Alberta is home to some of the world's richest fossil beds and...
Tags: Museums, Paleontology, Arts and Culture
The intersection of guns and mental illness To the editor: I am intrigued by George Michael’s response to the Aurora, Colo., movie massacre (Aug. 4). I certainly agree that the rapid police response saved lives, especially by preventing a...
Having slain Pluto, Caltech astronomer Mike Brown is looking to the heavens again even as he is honored for his work here on Earth. Last week, Brown was one of three scientists awarded the 2012 Kavli Prize in Astrophysics. It came for his research on...
email@example.comOZARK, Mo. -- Imagine an inland sea full of aquatic life, a tropical climate and sandy beaches. At one time, a long, long time ago, that was the Ozarks. A recent discovery is proof of what once swam here. During tours of Smallin Cave, guides talk about...
Tags: Travel, Caves and Caverns, Science, Spine, Paleontology
Times Staff WriterAs she stared down into a wide-mouthed plastic jar aboard the R/V Discoverer, Victoria Fabry peered into the future. The marine snails she was studying — graceful creatures with wing-like feet that help them glide through the water — had...
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