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Discovery Channel’s T. Rex Error

On March 24, 2003, the Discovery Channel broadcast a documentary called “ Valley of the T-rex. ” This considered a new theory about the carnivorous dinosaur species Tyrannosaurus rex, which lived between 85 and 65 million years ago. A paleontologist called Jack Horner, from the Rockies Museum in the state of Montana in the United States, suggested that rather than …

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National Geographic’s Cat’s Eye Myth

A documentary called “Killer Instinct: Grassland ” was aired on the National Geographic TV channel on March 23, 2003. Examples are given in that documentary of various animals living on the African plains, and the program particularly deals with relationships between hunter and hunted out on the veldt. The most “practical” method in the attempt to impose the theory of …

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Hurriyet Science Magazine’s “The Evolution Of Flies” Nonsense

The March 22 edition of Hurriyet Science magazine carried an article titled “How Do Flies Fly?” This described the exceptional maneuvering capability of flies and reported that attempts were under way to develop new flying machines by imitating them. Hurriyet Science magazine explained how very complex fly flight was and how even the most advanced technology had proven unable to …

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National Geographic’s Errors Regarding Gorilla Intelligence

A documentary called “Planet of the Apes: Gorillas From the Heart of Darkness ” was broadcast on the National Geographic TV channel on March 19, 2003. The film dealt with footage shot in natural surroundings by a Belgian serving as a diplomat in Rwanda in the 1960s. It showed footage taken by the diplomat, who remained in the country at …

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