Thursday, January 17, 2008


Me and my blog template are officially over, and minima is my new friend. Actually, minima lefty stretch is my new friend, but only until I can work out a better design on my own.

And the Trilobite Created Man in His Image, with a Few Changes Here and There...

I have to thank PZ Meyers over at Pharyngula for digging this video up, which I missed at youtube. Pretty inspiring stuff!

And another thing. I commented that maybe my cafepress store should "cloth the priests" of Trilobite. From the number of hit's I've gotten from that comment so far, I see that spamming PZ's blog should have been my main marketing strategy!

Sunday, January 13, 2008

Soft-Cell Coolness...

Unless you've been totally ignoring the world of paleotology, you've probably already heard about Dakota the Dinosaur Mummy, a discovery so neato, it has been called the "holy grail" of paleontology.
Dakota was found in 1999, by a teenager in North Dakota, complete with fossilized skin, tendons, and in general, everything that paleontologists want to see but usually can't. Preliminary studies have already yielded interesting results.
I would love to go on and on about it, but other people have reported it, and reported it better, so check out these articles: