Monthly Archives: March 2015

Thoughts on quadruped theropods

Just a short post, based on a days worth of research on knuckle-walking. Conclusions, a knuckle-walking Spinosaurus would break, damage, and puncture its hand. I don’t study biomechanics, but I can still notice anatomical features related to knuckle-walking. They include: A … Continue reading

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New leaves in Nature?

I know, the title is intended to be a very bad joke, but it speaks the truth. The scientific journal Nature, often referred to as overly restrictive, seems to be pushed by its authors into a more open-access friendly environment.* … Continue reading

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