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Dinosaurs for Creationists

The new Museum of Earth History that opened last week in Eureka Springs, Ark., isn't nearly as big as more famous natural-history museums in Chicago, Washington...

What Wiped Out The Dinosaurs?

Nearly all of us now know--or think we know--how the dinosaurs perished: some 65 million years ago, a giant asteroid or comet struck the earth, spewing huge...

Science: Hot-Blooded Dinosaurs?

Dinosaurs are generally regarded as overgrown lizards—pea-brained, coldblooded creatures that spent most of their lives hulking sluggishly in the sun. This...

Science: Acres of Dinosaurs

Last week in Moscow, Paleontologist I. A. Efremov announced that he had found "millions" of dinosaur skeletons in the Gobi Desert of Mongolia. It might well...

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Birds of a Feather

For 140 years, scientists argued over the link between modern birds and dinosaurs. The final, feathery piece of the puzzle fell into place two years ago when...

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