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FOR MARA – by Max Hawthorne

Most stars inhabit the heavens, where they light the evening skies. Mine came from Santa Monica, with starlight in her eyes. Born as “just” a Marilyn, she… Read more »

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FLIPPER SIZE in PLESIOSAURS, by Max Hawthorne

You’d think by now that shrink-wrapping marine reptiles like plesiosaurs (painting or modeling them with virtually no meat on their bones, so their skulls, ribs, and even… Read more »

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ON AGING, by Max Hawthorne

A tree stripped of leaves, barren and grey, Withered and gnarled, ever more so each day. A river once mighty, now shallow and still, Meandering down, ever… Read more »

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HOW PLESIOSAURS SWAM – A FLIPPER PROPULSION STUDY

Plesiosaurs were a clade of Mesozoic marine reptiles that dominated Earth’s oceans for nearly 140 million years. They were unique animals that came in an assortment of… Read more »

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GIANT LIZARD LURKS IN NEW JERSEY POND.

Back when I lived in the not-so-great state of New Jersey (sorry, but the taxes suck, the CCP laws bite, and even the fishing regulations are totalitarian),… Read more »

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