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Everybody Loves Dinosaurs

In the early 1980’s I was a nurse at Ramsey Medical Center. In college I had worked two jobs and went to school full time, so after I graduated and had only one job to go to, no studying and I was single, I thought I had too much time on my hands. 1,432 more words


For the Love of Fossils

When I was a kid, I wanted to be a doctor and the president, and an archaeologist on the side. I was ambitious. I also thought you could have an “operating room name” like actors have stage names; naturally, I picked Amie, because it’s juuuuust different enough from my real name (Jamie) and it’s also a non-traditional spelling of Amy. 1,181 more words


Science and the Movies

A few weeks back I went to see Jurassic World. This isn’t a film review blog, so it wasn’t something I was planning on discussing. 861 more words


Just another Sunday.

The day awaited throughout the entire week to unwind and charge up one self to be able to work through the next week.
Sun-Sun-Sunday. Ding. 466 more words


Northwest Fossil Fest at the Rice Northwest Museum

The Northwest Fossil Fest sponsored by the North America Research Group (NARG) will take place at the Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks and Minerals on Saturday, August 8, 2015, from 10 AM to 5 PM. 218 more words


Lulworth...where fossils abound and someone crumpled the ground.

Lulworth is just one of those places that right from a young age I have always loved to visit, the rocks here mesmerised me, prehistory simply oozes out of the surrounding cliffs. 435 more words

World Heritage Jurassic Coast

Nebraska kids' camp group finds mammoth tooth

LINCOLN, Neb. — A kids’ nature day camp group found a mammoth tooth along a Nebraska creek last week.

Counselor Colleen Zajac found the tooth while the campers were wading in a muddy creek, according to the Lincoln Journal Star. 95 more words