Dinosaurs and birds
John Gamblin <>
Thu, 11 Oct 2001 01:12:46 -0700 (PDT)
"Philip A. Veerman" <> wrote:
And no doubt dinosaurs, birds, mushrooms and flowering
plants share a common ancestor too, after all our
basic processes of metabolism and genetics are
similar. I wonder how one tests the DNA of dinosaurs.
Now now Philip, you know as well as anyone else the
answer to that one, so why are you stirring the
primordial pot about this one, it's not like you at
all to be in such an aggresive mood as this.
You know full well the way to retrieve Dinosaur DNA?
you simply ask me for a sample of my spine at present,
for at this moment in time there is nothing more saur
on planet earth.
I'm sure I got more then one wren this am, better
re-check my jacket pockets.
Potters off in his olde age waving to all ~~~~~~~ JAG
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