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New Blog on Megalodon Teeth

Carnoferox

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I've started a new blog and my first post is a debunking of "recent" megalodon teeth.

https://incertaesedisblog.wordpress.com/2019/08/01/recent-otodus-megalodon-teeth/

Check it out! Feedback is appreciated.



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third_eye

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The language is far too technical for a casual read, depends on which slice of the demographics you are attempting to reach I guess... 

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Contemporaneous fossils reliably date them to the Miocene-Pliocene within the accepted temporal range.

My brain receptors feels like its splattered with a blob of facts... 

Interesting read, nice layout though the predominantly black gives it a dated feel, or 'retro ' depending on how you define it... 

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Carnoferox

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9 hours ago, third_eye said:

The language is far too technical for a casual read, depends on which slice of the demographics you are attempting to reach I guess... 

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My brain receptors feels like its splattered with a blob of facts... 

Interesting read, nice layout though the predominantly black gives it a dated feel, or 'retro ' depending on how you define it... 

:tu:

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Thank you for the feedback. My writing is very technical in style, mostly because I don’t want to oversimplify the subject matter. Then again I’m still trying to find the right balance between technical and casual.

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Desertrat56

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On 8/15/2019 at 7:47 AM, third_eye said:

The language is far too technical for a casual read, depends on which slice of the demographics you are attempting to reach I guess... 

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My brain receptors feels like its splattered with a blob of facts... 

Interesting read, nice layout though the predominantly black gives it a dated feel, or 'retro ' depending on how you define it... 

:tu:

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All those words are commonly used words.  What part was difficult to understand?

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third_eye

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1 minute ago, Desertrat56 said:

All those words are commonly used words.  What part was difficult to understand?

What told you I didn't understand, albeit with difficulty, or otherwise ? 

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Desertrat56

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I found this interesting, though I have never been interested in megalodon, my grandson is so I learned a little bit and your article gave me more information.

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Desertrat56

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7 minutes ago, third_eye said:

What told you I didn't understand, albeit with difficulty, or otherwise ? 

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You said "the language was far too technical". 

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third_eye

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8 hours ago, Desertrat56 said:

You said "the language was far too technical". 

... for  a casual read.... 

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Desertrat56

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11 hours ago, third_eye said:

... for  a casual read.... 

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OK.  I forget, I have never been a casual reader.  I hope you didn't take offense, I can be abrasive sometimes and I don't mean it, just always curious about why someone reacts to some things the way they do.

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third_eye

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2 hours ago, Desertrat56 said:

OK.  I forget, I have never been a casual reader.  I hope you didn't take offense, I can be abrasive sometimes and I don't mean it, just always curious about why someone reacts to some things the way they do.

It's fine, most times people finds it hard to believe I am not a pimply teen pretending not to be a pimply pre teen , I get that all the time.... 

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