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The day the Dinosaurs died

Posted on Tuesday, 15 August, 2006 | Comment icon 7 comments

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"The following is a chapter from the new book by Robert Walker O'Neal Ph."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Dark_Ambient on 15 August, 2006, 14:07
A tungusta type blast wiped them out maybe. Just like it almost did in the Tungusta blast.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Celumnaz on 15 August, 2006, 14:20
Read they got some Mammoth sperm they're gonna try and make a mammoth. Thinking about an asteriod impact, and it's not a matter of if but when... and then looking at my hairspray and car exhaust... it just doesn't seem like such a big deal...
Comment icon #3 Posted by Leliel on 15 August, 2006, 15:57
^ whhhhhaaaaattt? The start of this novel kinda ruined it... it strayed to far from the stories main road (from a meteor to humans living on an asteroid, to humans not being born yet and then back to dinosaurs )
Comment icon #4 Posted by Celumnaz on 15 August, 2006, 16:06
^ whhhhhaaaaattt? Which part? The mammoth sperm, my trite dig at global warming... or was that directed at the OP?
Comment icon #5 Posted by Leliel on 15 August, 2006, 16:14
Which part? The mammoth sperm, my trite dig at global warming... or was that directed at the OP? all of it, t'was randomness'ness
Comment icon #6 Posted by woody82 on 16 August, 2006, 15:34
Well suppose we could do with some mammoths. As for the book might try and gain a copy and hav a read.
Comment icon #7 Posted by UtahRaptor on 15 September, 2006, 4:45
Hmmmmm...... I wonder what Mammoth meat would taste like....... I thought the same thing when the soft and meaty tyranosaurian marrow was found.....

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