Re: moon dust info - please help
Glenn R. Morton (email@example.com)
Fri, 06 Nov 1998 22:03:52 -0600
At 08:51 PM 11/6/98 -0800, Arthur V. Chadwick wrote:
>At 08:51 PM 11/6/98 -0600, Glenn wrote:
>>Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha giggle, giggle...
>>sorry I couldn't control that. cracks and exfoliations in a rock making it
>>a dino head? I thought I had seen it all.
>>By the way, what is Northrup University? There is such a place, but they
>>are publishing this? What kind of place is it?
>Nope, this is no joke. It is in a hard-bound book! That is too a dinosaur
>head! Look again! See the scales on the back of the head, and the skin and
>flesh are all preserved too. That's why you can't see the bones, like in
>dinosaur skeletons preserved on earth. It is dedicated to Dr. Ulric B
>Bray, Chairman of the Board of Northrup University. Introduction by John J.
>McKetta, the E.P. Schoch Professor, University of Texas, Austin. Foreword
>by J.J Dailey of Gulf Oil Co. So it is real!
I am still laughing. :-) What did the author say this poor dino breathed?
And what pray tell is J. J. Dailey's expertise?
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