'Sea Monsters' actually about forensic archaeology
Last updated 11/2/2007 at Noon
Not all science is truth, and that’s the belief of the science community itself rather than the thought of skeptics. Some science is the formulation of theory, put forth for confirmation or refinement. Archaeological information about pre-historic life creates a puzzle for archaeologists and biologists to piece together, and the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center movie “Sea Monsters” is actually more about forensic archaeology than the pre-historic fish and reptiles.
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