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- Leonardo Uieda: I’m late (as usual) but here is my update http://www.leouieda.com/pos... Read
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Category Archives: fossils
Volcanoes and dinosaurs and 50′s sci-fi, oh my!
Remember those controversional macro- and trace fossils from the 2 billion year-old Stirling formation? They seemed to offer the intriguing possibility that multicellular life may have popped into being far earlier in Earth history than is generally supposed. However, this … Continue reading
How do palaeontologists know?
I really wasn’t intending to leave Geopuzzle 14 hanging out unanswered on the interweb for as long as it has – and not just because my delay has apparently put my beer stash in jeopardy. The answer is actually both … Continue reading