The Four Stone Hearth blog carnival lives on without a hitch thanks to Afarensis, its new editor!
The one hundred and first instalment is on-line at Sapien Games. Catch the best recent blogging on archaeology and anthropology!
Let me remind you, though, that “sapiens” is not a plural.
“The one hundred and first instalment is on-line at Sapien Games. Catch the best recent blogging on archaeology and anthropology!”
Would that be the same Sapiens Games that ran the recent blog entry titled “Giants in a Giant World: Why Were Dino’s So Darned Big?”
In which article is written:
“What he didn’t mention was that the earth had a far thicker atmosphere during this time. In fact, during the time of the Mesozoic it is often compared to the thickness of water! Sure, it would feel different because air is not water. But, the thickness would be similar. ” linking to this website:
Now, if I thought that blog entry was some sort of spoof then I could understand you recommending that website (Sapiens Games), but if the writer of that blog is serious then you’ve gone completely bonkers if you recommend it.
I’ve never heard of the blog before, but it’s the host of the current instalment of the Four Stone Hearth, so check it out!
As for who gets to host the carnival, it’s up to the new editor.
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