Above is a picture I took in Houston a few weeks ago that felt to me what a prehistoric landscape where dinosaurs lived would look like.
You never know what you will find when you drive around and look at the world.
You can see dinosaur tracks in Texas at Dinosaur Valley State Park in Glen Rose, Texas.
The new paleontology hall at the Houston Museum of Natural Science is very good.
Prehistoric Life by DK Publishing is a great resource to learn about the history of life on Earth.
Please meet Extinct. Extinct is the newest contributor to my blogging efforts.
In the picture above, you see Extinct reading about a time when his kind ruled the Earth.
The book Extinct is reading is Prehistoric Life—The Definitive Visual History of Life on Earth by DK Publishing.
It would be difficult to understate the lack of concern Extinct has at the moment for the future of the human condition.
Says Extinct–“It is one thing to be wiped out in a world not of your own making, it is another thing to have the tools and knowledge to do the right thing and yet to choose another course.”
It could just be that Extinct is upset about an article he read in the New York Times this morning about the unexpectedly fast melting of the Greenland ice cap.
Says Extinct— ” If Woolly Mammoths had had a “House of Mammoths” were we could have addressed issues of concern, I’m certain that we could have put our differences aside to explore just what it was that was making us all die. Why can’t human beings see that the threat of global warming is not an issue inherent to one political party of the other?”
I could not have expressed these concerns any better than Extinct has here in his first post at Texas Liberal.