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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, […]