From the remote Sirius Passet of North-West Greenland comes this Early Cambrian trilobite Buenellus higginsi. There is also a soft tissue arthropod on the plate called Buenellus but it is very poorly preserved. The gut area of the trilobite is well preserved appearing black against monotone gray surrounding rock. The Sirius Passet site represents some of the earliest soft tissue fauna on the planet, much older than the Burgess Shale. The remote nature of the site makes it extremely difficult and dangerous to access. The site clings to the very northern tip of Greenland on the eastern shore of the Koch Fjord. #palaeontology#marinebiology#paleontology#trilobite#trilobites#fossil#fossils#geology
Origins Higher dimensional science I
James D. Watson, codiscoverer of DNA, once said of the mystery of life, "It is very complex, but it can be explained by the laws of chemistry, by random thermal motion. It's complicated: there are many variables, but there's no doubt it's that."
He recalled that this conviction had strongly motivated both himself and Francis Crick during their pioneering research into the structure of DNA. "We wouldn't have been doing it if we hadn't believed that chemistry would explain it. Up to then people felt that chemistry wasn't ever going to be enough, that you needed religion to explain life. But even when I was in college I was influenced by Linus Pauling's insistence that you can explain life on the basis of chemistry."
His attitude toward religion is further illuminated in the following statement: "When I wrote the first edition of my text [The Molecular Biology of the Gene], I thought, I am rewriting the Bible-actually going back and finding out what's up.”
All in all, Watson's statements represent the general drift of scientific thought over the past several centuries-faith in explaining complex phenomena (such as life, the origin of species, the origin and structure of the universe, etc.) by simple, mathematically expressed natural laws. Some scientists and religionists have attempted to preserve some last role for God as the guarantor of the laws of physics, but this gives the law of physics a status superior to that of God in the universe. With this compromise the substance of the original concept of the omnipotent God is completely eliminated, and one is left with a meaningless empty shell. Religions that have accepted this compromise should reevaluate their position.
Anyone know this guy named Coy Z. James, who purchased FossilNews.com when it became available? (We’ve been at FossilNews.org since 2015.) He’s been posting articles from past issues of Fossil News without permission—and putting his own name on them as the author.
There’s no contact information on his site, and he hasn’t responded to email sent to [email protected], the only address he appears to have.
It’s so annoying when things like this happen. If one of our followers knows him, please ask him to get in touch. Thanks! #plagiarism#publishing#paleontology#palaeontology#fossils
This is a rereview: Jurassic Park is an awesome movie, I think it only has 2 big problems and 1 nitpick but the whole movie is captivating and thrilling. I’ve said this in a different post but I think that about 50% CG doesn’t hold up, sometimes it gets really video gaming. It is very impressive for its time though. My last big problem is that there’s a lot of mumble talking, idk why it’s in the movie it’s just annoying. My 1 nitpick is legitimately worth mentioning. In the book the dinosaurs are bird/reptile/frog DNA mix, but the movie just has them as frog mix. That’s pretty weird to me, because they should look more frog like ya know. That’s about it for my problems, I think the film is excellent in just about every other way. The acting is superb, I used to think the characters were thin but I don’t think that anymore. I love them, I think they’re very memorable. The practical effects are debatably the greatest ever put on screen, they’re so incredible that it’s hard to describe. I just sat in awe on how unbelievably realistic they are, the T. rex and Vraptors blew me away. When I wasn’t well educated on Paleontology I legitimately thought that this is how dinosaurs were, I think everyone thinks that at one point in their lives lol. I know that real dinosaurs weren’t like that at all, yet despite the outdated science the film did such a good job at bringing these animals to life to the point that they seem like they are actual organisms. Also there’s a lot of amazing CG in this movie, some of it is hard to even realize that it’s CG. The rating of the film hasn’t changed, I’m giving Jurassic Park a 9/10.
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Otak kita, tubuh kita adalah hardware. Sementara cara kita berpikir itu software, yg kemudian terbagi 2 lagi yaitu OS (operating system) dan aplikasi
Manusia terlahir tanpa software aplikasi. Namun perjalanan hidupnya-lah yg membuat berbagai macam software secara perlahan dengan peristiwa peristiwa berulang dan berbagai informasi yg mengelilingi
Yg menjadi masalah biasanya adalah OS atau operating system nya, tidak mengaplikasikan software nya.
Dalam kehidupan, os operating system adalah sistem keyakinan kita. Belief system kita.
Adapun sukses, bahagia, sehat, senyum, musik, olahraga, bekerja, memasak, ikhlas, ringan tangan adalah software yg harus di install, yg harus di pasang dengan sengaja, dengan pilihan sadar
Yg jadi masalah skrg adalah : kenal kah kita dengan operating system kita ?
Kenalkah kita dengan software aplikasi kita ?
Hal ini akan menjawab banyak pertanyaan sprti berikut "kok saya sudah ikut pelatihan, malah bingung?"
"kok saya sudah sering ikut pengajian dan taklim, ternyata saya juga ngak bisa ikhlas ?"
"kok saya sudah ikut ESQ tapi gak berubah apa apa ?" Mari kita lihat ke dalam diri sebentar, jangan jangan bukan aplikasinya yg salah, tapi operating system kita yg kurang cocok. ============== selesai untuk shaering hari ini,
Sampai jumpa di shaering shaering lainnya 😊😉
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Paravian theropods are all the rage right now, and not just because of the phylotarded, retrofitted ones that appear in a certain blockbuster movie. This week sees the publication of a lengthy paravian-themed paper by long-time collaborator Andrea Cau, former student Tom Brougham and myself on the enigmatic and wonderful Romanian paravian Balaur bondoc, originally described in 2010 by Zoltán Csiki-Sava and colleagues and discovered by my friend and colleague Mátyás Vremir in 2009 (Csiki et al. 2010). Balaur got a rightful amount of press coverage following its discovery, with much of the attention being focused on the fact that it was regarded as an especially close relative of the east Asian, desert-dwelling dromaeosauridVelociraptor (Csiki et al. 2010). As discussed below, Balaur is anatomically weird when interpreted as a dromaeosaurid, and the hypothesis favoured by Csiki et al. (2010) and then by Brusatte et al. (2013) in their monograph on the animal was that this weirdness is down to its isolated evolution on an island.
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