If Dinosaurs Could Comment, What Would THEY Say? | GenomeWeb

Over at Scienceblogs, PZ Meyers has gathered quite the commentary from his post pointing to an article in Parade magazine on the creation museum, and their accompanying poll that asks readers, "Do you believe dinosaurs could have existed alongside early humans?" If the readers' responses aren't

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