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  • September 16, 2011
    Paleontologists in Canada have discovered a treasure trove of dinosaur feathers (I know -- it's still hard for me to believe too) trapped in amber that should shed some light on the evolution of feathered animals, and, God unwilling but let's totally do it anyways, the potentia... / Continue →
  • September 6, 2011
    Dinosaurs: everybody in their right mind wants one for a pet. But can we have them? Noooooooooooo, scientists are all, "f*** your dreams -- we don't care about you! We're too busy making money for pharmaceutical companies by developing drugs that cure one thing and give you ... / Continue →
  • June 30, 2011
    Hammacher Schlemmer, purveyors of the finest everything you don't need, are selling a 20-foot animatronic Triceratops because, okay, I do actually f***ing need that. "RAWR!" *nipples harden into thumbtacks* Featured at The Field Museum of Natural History, this is the motion-... / Continue →
  • April 14, 2011
    This is a short video of a guy wearing one of those ultra-realistic 'Walking with Dinosaurs' t-rex suits and running around an Australian schoolyard trying to make kids tar their pits pants. Most of the children run in terror, but I spotted at least a couple future dino-lovers... / Continue →
  • October 19, 2010
    For those of you not familiar with the original, Pleo is a robotic pet dinosaur that starts off as a newly-hatched Camarasaurus, and then develops a unique personality, mood, and habits based on its treatment. Obviously I never bought into them because I watched a video of one... / Continue →
  • January 12, 2010
    I could easily go all night and LOVE EVERY SECOND OF IT. That's practically my dream world. Unfortunately, this hellaflawed quiz said I'd only last 1 minute 56 seconds. Just sayin' -- I would wear that dino out. Not unlike my friend Barney. Get that frumpy purple ass of yo... / Continue →
  • August 26, 2009
    In the best news I've heard in a while, a scientist at McGill University in Montreal (I love you, Canada) is attempting to reverse engineer a dinosaur from a chicken "by altering chicken genes known to have evolved since the Cretaceous." Needless to say, there are many problem... / Continue →