10 second post

I just came across this online. Apparently it’s now normal to translate “a new hypothesis on one aspect of one feature” equals the following headline….. And yet I still come across people in the media who don’t understand why we don’t trust them to get things right.

5 Responses to “10 second post”

  1. 1 acleron 10/10/2011 at 1:29 am

    ‘yet I still come across people in the media who don’t understand’

    You are lucky, I rarely see anyone else.

  2. 2 Mark Robinson 10/10/2011 at 8:18 am

    Another thing I just found out about pterosaurs (from the third episode of the disappointing, no, awful Terra Nova) is that there was one species with a pterodactyloid front-end and a rhamphorynchoid back-end. It was pretty dangerous too since, despite being crow-sized, it only took a few of them to kill armoured soldiers with SMGs from the the next century.

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