This week on the podcast...
00:00:00 – Charlie drinks something that helps clarify a previous misstep. Patrick avoids problems. Ben is bennnnn. Ryan regales (or bores) everyone (including you) with his tales of travelling around the USA in search of good beers.
00:07:36 - Jack Horner and Co. have taken our Triceratops but the Paleopals are arguing to get them back!
00: 23: 43 - Dinosaurs may not be expendable but your favorite 80’s action stars are in this week’s Trailer Trash Talk for The Expendables!
00:31:53 - Charlie sounds like a Bond villain as he explains possible plans to geo-engineer the Earth!
00:57:20 - Ben may not drink alcohol but he has no problem recommending a quick drink to help superconductors function better.
01:04:18 - PaleoPOW: Canada steps up it’s game with a all new all northern iTunes review. Patrick thanks COED magazine for some unexpected publicity. Charlie finds out how much we confuse the older generation. And Ryan revisits an old friend, an old joke, and an even older computer program.
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Direct download: Episode 48 - No Frills
Music this week:
Russian Jazz Waltz – Vagabond Opera
Let there be horns – RJD2
Bad Company – Bad Company
The World at Large – Modest Mouse
Electric Avenue - Eddy Grant
Updated erratum: Triceratops is saved
We made the mistake that many other media outlets made in regards to a story about Triceratops and Torosaurus potentially being different growth stages of the same animal. We stated that the genus name Torosaurus would have priority over Triceratops because it would be the adult stage. Not true, Triceratops was named earlier and would remain the name of the dinosaur even if the two dinosaurs (Triceratops and Torosaurus) were found to be the same animal. Thanks to listener Nicole Ridgwell for jumping to the defense of the Triceratops. You can read more about our mistake at our blog.