Tonight … we’re “doing” dinosaurs ….
Long before “Jurassic Park,” how many kids — in their early visits to the local library — one day, serendipitously discovered their first, startlingly realistic (to a ten-year-old) picture-book on “dinosaurs” — the long-extinct “fearfully-great lizards” (from the word’s Greek roots)?–
And … were hooked.
My guest tonight, citizen-scientist and author Max Hawthorne, obviously never got over his first “library dinosaur experience” — not only becoming a dedicated amateur paleontologist, but a best-selling author on the “fearfully-great-creatures” as well ….
In our own, totally independent “Enterprise” paleontological inquiries, it’s looking more and more like “the dinosaurs” did NOT succumb “in an afternoon” to the now, scientifically-accepted “random asteroid strike.”
Rather, from our evidence … “the dinosaurs” were carefully … deliberately … KILLED — by an ancient asteroid impact in the Yucatan … precisely targeted … to “19.5 degrees!”
Join us … as we explore, potentially, “the most monstrous, ancient solar system GENOCIDE of all time” … and what led up to it.
Richard C. Hoagland
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SAT. 9 pm – Midnight PT / Midnight – 3 am ET
SUN. 4 am GMT
1. Should you take the COVID19 Test? 10 min
3. How Sea Dragons Swam – Plesiosaur Locomotion, by Max Hawthorne
10. Mace – Max’s Siberian Forest Cat
Known as the “Prince of Paleo-fiction”, Max Hawthorne was born in Brooklyn and attended school in Philadelphia, where he graduated from the University of the Arts. He is the author of the award-winning KRONOS RISING novel series, as well as MEMOIRS OF A GYM RAT, an outrageous exposé of the health club industry. In addition to being a bestselling indie novelist, he is an amateur paleontologist, a Blog Talk Radio host, a voting member of the Author’s Guild, an IGFA world-record-holding angler, and an avid sportsman and conservationist. His hobbies include archery, fishing, boating, boxing, and the collection of fossils and antiquities. He lives in the Greater Northeast with his wife, daughter, and an enormous Siberian Forest Cat who, when he’s not stalking Max’s toes, sleeps on his desk as he writes.