Friday, December 07, 2007

Um, if the bones of this sea-monster they've found may be 150 million years old, why do they keep calling it a "new" species?

Hunh?

*crickets*

7 comments:

Lin said...

hmmm. . surprised they didn't use the all time advertising favorite. . "new AND improved".

Least they didn't call it "Low Carb"

scully

lainy said...

When you find out please let me know. LOL

Christina said...

"New package - Same great taste!"
As long as it's not a six-foot cockroach, I don't care what they call it.

DBA Dude said...

All new for 2007?

You might be interested in this find of a giant sea scorpion.

g bro said...

Why did the Europeans call the Americas the "New World"?

Why did GHWB call it the "New World Order"?

Why is Tide "New and Improved!"?

DirtCrashr said...

They're finding cold-blooded reptiles from a 150-million years ago...up in Norway? It's climate change!

~Fathairybastard~ said...

"a new species never before recorded by science, researchers said..."

It's like when someone asks me how Columbus could have "discovered" America when folks were already here. Well, first, it wasn't America yet, and aside from the natives who were clueless about where they were in the world, nobody in the rest of the world knew it was there. Like discovering a new Chinese place on the other side of town.