Bottom Line: While the signs of cost inflation in West Texas are still early stage, the precedent recently set by the megaproject cycle in Northwest Australia offers some food for thought. 850 more words
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“$60 is like the new $100,” said Dallas Fed economist Michael Plante in a mid-April interview.
My second illustration featuring a dinosaur, this month are the ‘flying’ (gliding rather) reptiles, Coelurosauravus! Boy, that is a long name to try to pronounce. They apparantly lived during the Permian period and the earliest known vertebrate capable of flight, with their extractable wings gliding them across the skies hunting their insect food! 73 more words
A whopping two hundred and fifty-two million years ago, Earth was crawling with bizarre animals, including dinosaur cousins resembling Komodo dragons and bulky early mammal-relatives, millions of years before dinosaurs even existed. 662 more words