Jurassic Park should have just stayed in theaters permanently. If I had been older than three in 1993, I would have run for office on that platform.
Sounds to us like the Creation Museum is the perfect mecca for both Bible thumpers and potheads! That's why we were shocked to learn that this major, multimillion-dollar facility has suddenly found itself taking a crash course in survival of the fittest.
When feeding or attacking, the teeth of these animals would scrape across the bones leaving sets of scores and punctures in the surface that can be used to show how they were feeding.
It can only take the most passing familiarity with dinosaurs to notice that some of them were really, really big. But dinosaurs weren't just big, their whole evolution and ecology was centered around just how large they got.
By Noah J. Nelson Here's something your history teacher never filled you in on. In World War II the United States had a secret weapon. A lone solider...
A model in a shock wig rides a dilapidated sauropod surrounded by icicle lights, while a sad, roughshod theropod threatens to chomp down on a poor mannequin next door.
Science may very well be a means of explaining the workings of God. We may have been given the necessary tools to explore and explain our existence.
When the group reached the location, instead of the anticipated opportunity to garner a wealth of information, Bell and the others encountered a scene of senseless desecration.
As one of the smallest capitals in Spain, Teruel has a population of 35,000. What makes it so special is its main center, La Plaza del Torico.
Here are five top destinations in the western U.S. where you can get up close and personal with dinosaurs, ranging from kid-friendly day trips to serious multi-day digs with the pros.
I wasn't really sure what I was getting into when I started Operation: Montauk, but I ended up pleasantly surprised. Fast-moving and exciting, there a...
"Alberta ... is one of the richest places in the world," says paleontologist Francois Therrien.
Just last week, a 23-year-old Nebraska man named Tyler Gold legally changed his name to Tyrannosaurus Rex Gold. Gold wrote that "name recognition is important, and the new name is more recognizable." On that count, he's entirely correct.
Rarely am I at a loss for words, but in this case, with New York City attempting to remove 50 from my vocabulary, I can't think of anything more to say.
Do you want to know the real reason Barack Obama is going to win the 2012 election? The big, grinning hunk of overwhelming evidence that has little to...
Spiders sling webs between stalks and catch flies, termites create voluminous clay mounds, anemones grow on reefs, tortoises dig burrows in which to s...