Friday, November 13, 2009

Paleontologist Jack Horner on 60 Minutes this Sunday...

Famed "Jurassic Park" paleontologist Jack Horner will be interviewed by Lesley Stahl this Sunday (Nov. 15, 2009).

"(CBS) If you saw "Jurassic Park," you've already met Jack Horner - sort of. That's because he was the inspiration for the film's main character, paleontologist Alan Grant, and he worked as a consultant on all three films. 
 To find out what Horner is like in real life, 60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl met him at a dig site in the badlands of Montana and reports on how the famed dinosaur hunter is shaking up the paleontology world like a rampaging T. Rex - claiming to have found organic material from dinosaurs that has survived for tens of millions of years.
Her story will be broadcast this Sunday, Nov. 15, at 7 p.m. ET/PT." 

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Should be good...
Read the entire article here: Scientist's Dino Findings Making Waves

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