Geologic map of Hispaniola. Mzb are Mesozoic amphibolites and associated metasedimentary rocks, Ki are Cretaceous plutons, Kv are Cretaceous volcanic rocks, uK are Upper Cretaceous marine strata, Ku are Cretaceous sedimentary and volcanic rocks, K are Cretaceous marine strata, IT are Eocene and/or Paleocene marine strata, uT are Post-Eocene marine strata, T are Tertiary marine strata, V are volcanic rocks, and Q are Quaternary alluvium.
Museums Engage Children With Digital Programs - NYTimes.com Unsurprising that museums are using smartphone to reach/engage younger audiences, but reminds me of the Maker Faire ethos, where the best toys expand creativity and teach/guide young learners in some way, insead of merely entertaining or having them follow simple step-by-step instructions
Four-legged fossil snake is a world first : Nature News & Comment Tetrapodophis amplectus - Forcing evolutionists to re-think the "evolution" of snakes, but consistent with the curse, "upon thy belly thou shalt go." Of course, this would just be a snake that happened to have tiny legs. Maybe it had descendants with no legs, maybe not. Nobody really knows.