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Jack Horner
dyslexic dinosaur paleontologist Presidential Fellow, Chapman University,Orange, CA; Horner Science Group, Seattle, WA & Orange, CA
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Jack Horner Aug 16
My friend Peter Fonda, the original Captain America, has died. He was a really good guy, and he loved visiting our dinosaur sites. Raise a glass or smoke a joint in his honor! You’ll be greatly missed my friend!
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Jack Horner Aug 16
Replying to @NicholasAG72
They are in sedimentary rock, composed of volcanic debris.
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Jack Horner Aug 16
After 9 days of vocanos and glaciers and catastrophic flood deposits, Mio-Pliocene mollusks from Iceland look pretty good... staving off fossil withdrawal!
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Jack Horner Aug 12
Vatnajökull glacier in Iceland is pretty incredible! 3,000 sq. Miles... 1,000 ft thick... Inspires a person to be on the lookout for mammoths.
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Jack Horner Aug 2
Replying to @badinage512
Yup, they were Museum of the Rockies Maiasaura shirts. Our crew members wore them. Kyoko was a Berkeley team member so she didn’t have one.
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Jack Horner Aug 2
Replying to @AllenPogue
Rainier beer
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Jack Horner Aug 2
Jack Horner, Kyoko Kishi, and Bob Makela sitting on Egg Mtn in July of 1984, celebrating the fifth anniversary of discovering Egg Mtn.
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Jack Horner Jul 28
Replying to @DudesInterview
Email me and I’ll give you my number: johnrhorner@Gmail.com
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Jack Horner Jul 27
Replying to @Saturn2280
Not likely as first off we don’t know any specific dinosaur diets, and secondly no species of plant or animal is known to have not evolved.
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Jack Horner Jul 24
Replying to @anastasisk2
If you are looking to get a job easily you might consider something else. Paleontology is for people with a deep passion for the subject. Most of us paleontologists would do what we do regardless of being paid to do it.. 🙂
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Jack Horner Jul 20
Replying to @trevorvaugh
Sure... johnrhorner@Gmail.com
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Jack Horner Jul 19
Irish Elk skeleton in the National Museum of Natural History, Dublin, Ireland for Thinking a lot about the extreme sexual selection pressures put upon some antlered animals... a curious subject for the Festival of Curiosity.
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Jack Horner Jul 14
Replying to @anastasisk2
More like anonavian dinosaur! :)
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Festival of Curiosity Jul 14
What a line-up! Join with special guests former astronaut Cady Coleman, 's Kakani Katija & Tierney Thys ( Braintrust), the incredible Jurassic World science adviser and the ever curious Details >
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Jack Horner Jul 12
Replying to @DavidQuammen
Gerry says hello backatcha! 🙂
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Jack Horner Jul 12
Replying to @Kevbosheth
Slough Creek
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Jack Horner Jul 12
Cruising along on the Devonian sea floor, Yellowstone National Park on the Montana Wyoming border.
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Jack Horner Jul 8
Replying to @deniseduppee
Here is Esmeralda sweeping dirt off a specimen using a paint brush.
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Jack Horner Jul 8
Replying to @Andres_Cervo
We’re working on it. Will soon be attempting to lengthen the tail using a new technique. 🐣
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Jack Horner Jul 4
Replying to @DavidQuammen
Thank you for your kind words David.
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