Ella Aerts Period 5 Your Inner Fish Discussion Answers Chapter 1 - Finding Your Inner Fish Neil and his colleagues focused on rocks from 375 million years ago because fossils from 360 million years ago were amphibians with necks and four legs. However rocks that are 380 million years old looked more like fish we know today, with fins and scale. So, it made sense that they would find the transitioning fossils in rocks that was 375 million years old.
Chaplain Roy T. Walker’ leaves an everlasting mark on Soldiers of all ranks with whom he has honorably served in the Chaplain Corps and the United States Army. Chaplain Walker is a consummate expert hallmarked by a consistent increase and responsibility throughout his 28-year career culminating as the Army South Deputy Chaplain. His performance was exceptional as a Chaplain and staff officer in complex and demanding duty assignments. Over the last decade, Chaplain Walker distinguished himself while serving as the Deputy Garrison Chaplain and Chaplain Resource Manager in Fort Sam Houston, Texas. While there, he supervised 11 service members, four DA civilians, 18 contract personnel, and 24 volunteers while managing a 1.1 million dollar budget
My research topic is about Robert Carter III. Was Robert Carter the same or different than other slaveholders? Let 's read more and find out but first let 's read about his past. “When Robert Carter was 6 years old the General Assembly passed special legislation. That Entitled him to receive his inheritance,” John R. Barden.
Jeff coffin is an internationally recognized saxophonist, bandleader, composer and educator. He is a three time Grammy Award winner with Bela Fleck and the Fleckstones. He was born in August 5,1965. Futureman is an inventor, scientist, musician and a composer. He is a two time Grammy Award winning performer with Bela Fleck and the Fleckstones.
For my self-trip I went to the Abraham Clark historical house. The Clark house is located in Roselle, NJ on 9th Avenue. Who is Abraham Clark? Well I didn’t know the answer to this question until today. Abraham Clark is New Jersey’s delegate for the Continental Congress.
Richard Loving was born October 29, 1933, in Central Point, Virginia. Growing up in part of Caroline County, people of different ethnic groups openly socialized together. Loving being of Irish and English descent met his future wife, Mildred Jeter who was African American and Native American descent, when he was 17 and she only 11. What first started as a great friendship, soon turned romantic relationship. At 18 Mildred became pregnant and the two decided to get married.
And expectedly, as an expert witness, he provided knowledgeable and scientific proofs to support the defense side. First of all, he stated his neutrality towards religion, making sure that his evidence is definitely unbiased. Osborn started his delivery with his belief that our ancestors are not ape-like, instead they are more human than ape. As a staff in the museum, he urged the investigation and exhibition of murals, habitat dioramas, and dinosaur mounts. His mentioning of the existence of dinosaurs was conducive to denying the bible.
As my team and I discovered a new fossil in our excavation project, the unknown site yielded the skull of a mysterious specimen. Our goal as reputable anthropologist was to analyze the specimen to the best of our ability so our team can provide the most probable and reliable taxonomic identification. In order for us to effectively interpret the results our experiment yielded, we needed to review our knowledge in human evolution. The field that uncovers the mystery of the evolution of humans is paleoanthropology, the study of human evolution through the fossil record.
The theory of the asteroid being the reason for the extinction of the dinosaurs and with the help of some colleagues, it was able to confirm the extinction of the extinction
The fossils found north of Johannesburg, South Africa, are of a previously unknown species, classified as Australopithecus sediba, with a mix of traits belonging to Australopithecus and Homo. The pelvis of the two individuals found so far were similar to that of H. erectus indicating they were bipedal, however their long arms associate them with Australopithecus-like tree-dwellers. Other juxtaposed traits include; small brain with an expanded frontal region, a human-like ankle and a primitive heel, small hands and ape-like grasping capabilities.
Once they are in the past and see the Tyrannosaurus Ray Bradbury uses imagery to explain what the dinosaur looks like. The Tyrannosaurus was described as, “...thirty feet above half the trees, a great evil of god, folding its delicate watchmaker’s
Title Researchers and scientists have constructed extensive research on dinosaur’s extinction. Speculation instead of real evidence seems common in most theories about the dinosaurs’ extinction. However, Jay Gould’s essay “Sex, Drugs, and the Extinction of Dinosaurs” is the complete opposite of speculation over evidence. Rather, Gould uses the mix of persuasive techniques, such as rhetorical questions, logos, along with profound evidence to not only disapprove of other theories but convince readers of his place on the dinosaur’s extinction.
Ray Bradbury used figurative language to describe the Tyrannosaurus Rex in “A Sound of Thunder. ’’ Ray Bradbury compared the legs to pistons, this means that the Tyrannosaurus Rex has strong legs. He compared it’s eyes to ostrich eggs, this means that the dinosaur has big eyes. He also compared muscles to thick ropes, this means that the dino has big thighs.
Apparently the scientists have never seen Jurassic Park. It’s a clear reason of why you don’t try and bring extinct animals back to life. They’re dead for a reason. Anyways though, they just so happened to make the most dangerous dinosaurs first. They ended up growing faster than expected and were fully grown in 2 months.
William Buckland was first man to scientifically name dinosaurs. Before him, others had found dinosaur bones but “their true significance remained obscure” (Chamberlain). The first dinosaur to be scientifically named was the Megalosaurus. After Buckland named this dinosaur, he opened the door for other scientists to research and name other dinosaurs found. His motivation began by his love and passion for geology and the sciences.