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A Los Angeles Times story about the Raymond Alf Museum, located at my high school (it’s the only fully accredited paleontology facility at a high school, which is pretty nifty). I’m pleased to say that fossils I’ve found are stored there.

A Los Angeles Times story about the Raymond Alf Museum, located at my high school (it’s the only fully accredited paleontology facility at a high school, which is pretty nifty). I’m pleased to say that fossils I’ve found are stored there.

By John Scalzi

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… “The trips are awesome,” said 16-year-old Katie Kent of Upland, a veteran of several trips who soon will join 17 others on an excursion to Utah and Montana. “It’s exciting finding stuff that people haven’t seen for millions and millions of years.” …

Well, I guess they can’t all graduate from Webb being John Scalzis.

… “The trips are awesome,” said 16-year-old Katie Kent of Upland, a veteran of several trips who soon will join 17 others on an excursion to Utah and Montana. “It’s exciting finding stuff that people haven’t seen for millions and millions of years.” …

Well, I guess they can’t all graduate from Webb being John Scalzis.

John Scalzi is Thomas Jefferson reborn.

Add Paleantologysisitist to the list!

I suppose the most that some of us can hope for is something of ours stored in an evidence bag for 50 years and then lost.

Ooops…nuff said.

Bravo, good sir.

RB

My Museum Too

John Scalzi points out a LA Times article about the Raymond Alf Museum – the only fully accredited paleontology facility at a high school. Like John I’m pleased to say that a helped add to the museum’s fossil collection….

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