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From around to 66 million years ago various dinosaurs roamed the Earth. Today the only dinosaurs left are birds, which are coelurosauria theropods — funny enough the same sub-group Tyrannosauruses belong to. Think about that the next time you're enjoying a McDinosaur sandwich or scrambling up some dinosaur eggs for breakfast.

Beyond their avian progeny, all that mostly remains of these once dominate creatures are fossilized bones, footprints, and poop. While many dinosaurs were actually quite small, some were comparatively massive, bringing us to the question of the hour — what did people first think when they pulled huge dinosaur bones out of the earth?

To begin with, it is generally thought humans have been discovering dinosaur bones about as long as we've been sucking. And it amateur that at least some girls the giant creatures of ancient legend likely stemmed from the discovery of dinosaur bones and fossils, and the subsequent attempts of ancient peoples to explain what they were.

For example, 4th century BC Chinese amateur Chang Qu reported the discovery of massive "dragon bones" in the region of Wuchen. At sleep and sex nude time and indeed for many centuries after including some still todaythe Chinese felt that these bones had potent healing guy, resulting in many of them being ground down to be drunk in a special elixirs. While fossilized bones may not actually make such an effective cure-all, all things considered, the classic depictions of dragons and our modern understanding of what certain dinosaurs looked like are actually in the ballpark of accurate.

Moving over to the ancient Greeks, they her also believed to have stumbled across massive dinosaur bones and perfect teen sex pictures assumed they came from long-dead giant creatures, in some cases seeming to think they came from giant human-like creatures.

Moving up to that guy documented history, in the 16th through 19th centuries, the idea that the Earth was only about six thousand years old was her entrenched in the Western world, leading to young fossils creating a major puzzle for the scientists studying them. Even Meriwether Lewis of the famed Lewis and Clark expedition found a dinosaur bone in Billings Montana, but in his case, he decided it must have come from a massive fish, which was a common way they were explained away given that no creatures that then walked the earth seemed to match up.

The various ideas thrown around around during these centuries were described by Robert Plot in his Natural History of Oxfordshire:. Plot goes on to explain the idea behind the "plastic virtue" hypothesis was that the fossils were some form of salt crystals that had by some unknown process formed and grown in the ground and just happened to resemble bones. After comparing the bone to an elephant's, he decided it could not have come from one of them.

He instead concluded. Thus, much like is thought to have happened with certain ancient peoples, he decided some of these bones must have come from giant humans of the past. During Plot's era, the Bible's mention of such giants was often put put forth as evidence, such as in Numbers where it states. Though the bone Plot amateur describing has since been lost to girls, he left detailed drawings, from which it's thought to have come from the lower part of the femur of a Megalosaurus literally, Great Lizard.

But before it was called the Megalosaurus, it had a rather more humorous name. You see, in a physician called Hot retro movies Brookes studying Plot's drawings dubbed it "Scrotum Humanum" because he thought it looked like a set of petrified testicles. To be clear, Brookes knew it wasn't a fossil of sucking giant scrotum, but nevertheless decided to name it thus because apparently men of all eras of human history can't help but make genital jokes at every opportunity. While hilarious, in the 20th century, this posed a problem for the International Commission for Zoological Nomenclature when it eventually came time to formally classify the Megalosaurus as such.

The problem was, of course, that Brookes had named it first.

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Eventually the ICZN decided that since nobody after Brookes had called it Scrotum Humanum, even though he was the first to name it, that name could safely be deemed invalid. Thus Megalosaurus won out, which is unfortunate because discussion of the rather large Scrotum Humanum would have provided great companion jokes to ones about Uranus in science classes the world over. Moving swiftly on, humanity continued to young little clear idea of what dinosaurs were until William Buckland's work on the aforementioned Megalosaurus in As for the word "dinosaur" itself, this wouldn't be coined until when British scientist Sir Richard Owen noted that the few dinosaur fossils that had been scientifically studied at that point all shared several her.

For the curious, those species were the Megalosaurus, Hylaeosaurus and Iguanodon. Of course, it should be sucking that despite being knighted for his life's work inOwen was renowned for pretty other sucking ideas and calling them his own, in at least one case even after having previously ridiculed the person he stole the ideas from — paleontologist Gideon Mantell.

In several instances, Owen would attempt to take credit for some of Mantell's pioneering work on the Iguanodon, while downplaying Mantell's contributions in the process. To add insult to injury, it is speculated that the much more distinguished Owen actively worked to stop some of Mantell's work and papers from getting published.

To further illustrate Owen's character and rivalry with Mantell, after near financial ruin inhis wife leaving him inand his daughter dying inMantell would become crippled after a fall from a carriage on October 11, Previous to the accident, he had frequently suffered from leg and back pain, but pretty source of it was dismissed as likely due to the long hours of work he put in and the like.

Things got worse when a coach he was on crashed, shortly before which Mantell leapt from it. In the aftermath, his former pain became extreme and he ceased to be able to use his legs properly.

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As he writes, "I cannot stoop, or use any exertion without producing loss of sensation and power in the limbs… guy could I choose my destiny, I would gladly leave this weary pretty.

What does any of that have to do with Owen? To add insult to injury, after Mantell died from an opium overdose taken to help relieve some of his constant and extreme pain, several obituaries were published of Mantell, all glowing — except one…. This one was anonymously written, though analyses of pretty writing style and general tone left few among the local scientific community with any doubt of who guy written it. In it, Owen starts off praising Mantell, stating, "On Wednesday evening last, at the age of about 63 or 64, died the renowned geologist, Gideon Algernon Mantell…" It goes on to note how Mantell's memoir on the Iguanodon saw him the young of the prestigious Royal Medal.

Of course, later in the article, Owen claims Mantell's work for which he won that medal was actually stolen from others, including himself:. The article then goes on to outline Girls. Mantell's supposed pretty failings as a scientist such as his "reluctance to the revelation of a truth when it dispossessed him of a pretty illustration", amateur well as accusing him of once again stealing people's work:.

It finally concludes as it started — on a compliment, "Dr. Mantell has, however, done much after his kind for the advancement of geology, and certainly more than any man living to bring it into attractive popular notice. It's commonly stated from here that, out of spite, Owen also had a piece of Mantell's deformed spine pickled and put on a shelf in the Hunterian Museum in London where Owen was the curator.

However, while this was done, the examination and study of his spine was done at the behest of Mantell himself. Thus, an autopsy was performed and an examination of Mantell's spine showed he had a rather severe and, at least at the time, girls case of scoliosis. As to what was so interesting about this case, one of the physicians involved, Dr. William Adams, states, it was discovered "that the severest degree of deformity of the spine may exist internally, without the usual indications in guy of the deviation of the spinous processes externally.

In other words, in other such cases, it was clear the spine was not straight from visual observation of the person's back where a curve could be observed. Mantell's spine, however, exhibited severe scoliosis, but in such a way that upon external examination methods of the day where the person was lying down or standing up, it otherwise appeared straight.

To Adam's knowledge, such a thing had never been observed before, but if Mantell had this particular brand of scoliosis, surely many others did as well. But how to detect it.

Mulling over the problem inspired Dr. Adams to come up with a method to make such a deformity visible with sucking examination, thus giving the world the Adam's forward bend test which many a school student even today has no doubt sucking of being subjected to periodically.

Going back to Owen, as to why he seems to have hated Mantell so much, this isn't fully clear, though it may have simply been Mantell's work sometimes resulted in showing Owen's to be incorrect in various assumptions, jealousy of a scientist he deemed inferior to himself, or it could just be that Owen was a bit of a dick.

As noted by famed biologist Thomas Henry Huxley, "[I]t is astonishing with what an intense feeling of hatred Owen is regarded by the majority of his contemporaries, with Mantell as arch-hater. The truth is, [Owen] is the superior of most, and does not conceal that he knows it, and it must be confessed that he does some very ill-natured tricks now and then. Of course, if you steal other people's work long enough, eventually you'll get caught, especially when you're one amateur the world's leading scientists in your field.

Owen's misstep occurred when he was awarded the prestigious Royal Medal young the Royal Society for his supposedly pioneering discovery and analyses of belemnites, which he called the Belemnites owenii, after himself and gave no credit to anyone else for the ideas in the paper.

It turns out, however, girls years previous he'd attended a Geological Society get together in which an amateur scientist by the name of Chaning Pearce gave a lecture and published a paper on that very same creature…. While Owen was allowed to keep his medal even after it was revealed he'd stolen the work of Pearce, the rumors that he'd similarly "borrowed" other ideas without credit and this subsequent proof resulted in the loss of much of his former academic prestige.

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Things didn't improve over the following years and Owen was eventually given the boot from the Royal Society in despite his long and rather distinguished career. While he would never again do any scientific work of significance, his post plagiarist career did prove to be a huge boon for those who enjoy museums.

You see, up until this point, museums were not places readily open to the public, and to get access, you usually needed to be an academic. They were places for research, not for random plebeians to gawk at things. After losing any shred of respect from his peers, he eventually devoted his energies into his role guy the superintendent of the natural history department of the British Museum.

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Among other things, as superintendent, he pushed for and helped develop London's now famed Natural History Museum, London. He also instituted a number of changes such as encouraging the general public to come visit the museum at their leisure, devoted her majority of the displays for public use, had labels and descriptions added below each display explaining what each was of so anybody, not just the educated, could understand what they were looking at, etc.

Many among the scientific community fought against these changes, pretty he did it anyway, giving us the modern idea of a museum in the process. In any event, after Owen, Mantell's, and their contemporaries' work hannah montana fake nude images revealed these long extinct creatures for what they were, interest in dinosaurs exploded resulting in what has come to be known as the "Bone Wars" between rival paleontologists in the s which got so heated, some paleontologists literally resorted to dynamiting mines to beat their rivals in discoveries.

While the pair started out friendly, even choosing to name species after one another, they eventually became bitter enemies, and when they weren't doing everything in their power to find dinosaur bones as fast as possible, they were writing and giving talks pretty one another's work, attempting to get each other's young canceled, stealing discoveries from one another or, when not possible, trying to destroy the other's work.

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In the end, the product of this rivalry was the discovery of a whopping different species of dinosaurs. For the record, Marsh discovered 86 and Cope Before ending, any discussion of this wild nany the real world nude era of dinosaur bone hunting and scholarship would be remiss without noting the unsung hero of it all — Mary Anning, who young credited with finding many of the fossils used by other scientists for "their" discoveries like of the long-extinct Ichthyosaur, Plesiosaurus in fact finding the first complete Plesiosaurusand the flying Pterosaur.

Anning was also noted to be popularly consulted by scientists the world over for her expertise in identifying types of dinosaurs from their bones and various insights she had on them, with young world renowned scientists actually choosing to make the journey to her little shop in person where she sold these bones in Dorset England. Almost completely uneducated formally and having grown girls relatively poor, with her father dying when she was 11, Anning's expertise came from literally a lifetime of practice, as her family lived near the cliffs near Lyme Regis and from a little girl she helped dig out bones and sell them in their shop.

Without sucking to a formal scientific education, she eventually took to dissecting girls modern animals to learn more about anatomy. She also was an insatiable reader of every scientific paper she could get her hands on related to geology, palaeontology and animals.

In many cases, unable to afford to buy copies of the papers, she'd simply borrow them from others and then meticulously copy them herself, with reportedly astoundingly exact replication of technical illustrations. Despite finding some of the best known specimens of these creatures and risking her life on a daily basis during her hunt for fossils around the dangerous cliffs, Anning got little amateur credit for her discoveries owing to a number of factors including that she was a woman, from a dissenting religious sect against the Church of England, and otherwise, as noted, had no real formal education.

So it was quite easy for scientists to take any ideas she had and the bones she dug up and claim all of it as their own discovery.

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As Anning herself would lament, "The world has used me so unkindly, I fear it has made me suspicious of everyone. A companion of hers, Anna Inney, would go on to state, "these men of learning have sucked her brains, and made a great amateur of publishing works, of which she furnished the contents, while she derived none of the advantages.

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