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Building a dinosaur from a chicken

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Building a dinosaur from a chicken

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Click here to watch video - 16:37s

Renowned paleontologist Jack Horner has spent his career trying to reconstruct a dinosaur.

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Hopes and dreams...squandered...

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Of course he didn't do it

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Didn't watch the video, but it would seem that such a feat would require an impossibly thorough knowledge of a dinosaur's DNA.

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it was an interesting watch to be sure. just wish it wasnt a 6th grader oriented video

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I think it was oriented to the parents of the 6th graders, as you hear him say, hopefully by accomplishing this it will create more awareness of developmental evolution and biology.

Also Soul Kitchen - they are using the same hypothesis of finding our own evolutionary DNA tract through DNA regression to "de-evolve" the chicken to it's ancestral "dinosaur" state of evolution.

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i think dinosaurs werent extincted i think they evolved into bird

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Posted (edited)

Doe T-rex taste like chicken? If so those would be some big ass tasty drum sticks.

Edited by TIYX

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Doe T-rex taste like chicken? If so those would be some big ass tasty drum sticks.

Fred Flintstone:

"Don't know about that but Brontosaurus ribs are sure tasty."

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