by the old man of the blogs, Andrew Sullivan, and even the editorial page of the New York Times. Who knew a few clever flies could win so many friends?
Evolution Discovery: Hallettestoneion Seazoria dragons. Largest, oldest and most advanced forms of life ever discovered. See multiple photo galleries at wwwhszoria.com For You people interested in understanding how compounded biological evolution works you should evaluate the 130 to 300 ft advanced true pre historic sea dragon we discovered 5 years ago out here in Utah just below an ancient seashore. Carved by the pacific ocean 540 million years ago.
The Hallettestoneion Seazoria dragons represent an entirely new era of advanced pre historic marine biology pre dating the land dinosuar by 320 million years. This newly discovered (2003)era of earth biolology contains species that are thousands and thousands of genorations more evolved than any other type of biological ever examined. Compare dino teeth for example the current world record is 13 inches for the largest t-rex tooth. Hallettestoneion Seazoria teeth average 27 inches. View skull matrix excavation photos on Seazoria website.
The Hallettestoneion Research project is a very small private scientific research project working on the discovery of the true sea dragons. The single most significant pre historic biological discovery in history thus far. The Hallettestoneion Seazoria dragons extict at 540 million years ago are the great ancestors to the dinosuars.
We welcome science pros to reveiw the research on the discovery of the Hallettestoneion Seazoria dragons. True sea dragons and the most evolutionairily advanced forms of life ever found. If you can help advance this most significanct pre historic sea dragon discovery we would like you to contact us.
Mike Hallett: Discoverer Hallettestoneion Seazorias
Founder Hallettestoneion Research Project
Telephone number on homepage of website
Evolution Discovery: Hallettestoneion Seazoria dragons. Largest, oldest and most advanced forms of life ever discovered.
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Carl Zimmer writes about science regularly for The New York Times and magazines such as DISCOVER, which also hosts his blog, The Loom. He is the author of 12 books, the most recent of which is Science Ink: Tattoos of the Science Obsessed.