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  • 01:02

    Invasion of the Land - Fine Art of Paleontology

    in Environment

    Invasion of the Land will be the topic of discussion on Natures Talk Show Fine Art of Paleontology. How life emerged from the seas is a fascinating look into the past. So many interesting plants and animals were once land dwelling. 


    On Monday December 21st at 9pm est,8pm cst and 6pm pst. We look forward to you joining us. If you would like to join the conversation visit our chat room on our web page or call in to our studio number 1 -949-534-0637.


    Thank You,


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  • 00:55

    Tarbosaurus - Species Profile - Fine Art of Paleontology

    in Environment

    Tarbosaurus will be the topic on Natures Talk Shows Species profile on The Fine Art of Paleontology. Tarbosaurus was a carnivore (meat-eater) that lived in Asia during the late  Cretaceous Period about 65 to 68 million years ago.It was one of the dinosaurs that died out in the Cretaceous- Tertiary extinction 65 million years ago. 
    Tarbosaurus was about 30 to 40 feet (9 to 12 meters) long and weighed 4 to 5 tons. Tarbosaurus is closely related to the Tyrannosaurus Rex and scientists have long debated how Tarbosaurus should be classified.The name Tarbosaurus means "terror lizard"


    On Monday January 25th at 9pm est,8pm cst and 6pm pst. We look forward to you joining us. If you would like to join the conversation visit our chat room on our web page or call in to our studio number 1 -949-534-0637.


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  • 00:59

    Inland Sea of North America - Fine Art of Paleontology

    in Environment

    Inland Sea of North America will be the topic of discussion on Natures Talk Show Fine Art of Paleontology. The discussion will focus on the Cretaceous Period great Inland Sea of North America. They will discuss the aquatic inhabitants of the seaway as well as the evolutionary processes that resulted in new species appearing on both sides of the huge expanse.


    On Monday January 11th  at 9pm est,8pm cst and 6pm pst. We look forward to you joining us. If you would like to join the conversation visit our chat room on our web page or call in to our studio number 1 -949-534-0637.


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  • 00:32

    Fine Art of Jim Bochenek

    in Business

    Like the name of my website says, I have a beautiful habit which is photography. I enjoy sports, hiking, traveling, and often combine them with the pursuit of capturing that perfect photo. I live in Tempe, Arizona and would love to hear your comments and feedback on my photos.Join the conversation Sunday as we talk about how i got started in the business.How i develop my eye on taking a picture that tells a story.We love telling stories with pictures.Do you have a story to tell,and a fine eye?THis will be the show for you.Jim is a local artist who is doing outstanding work.

  • 01:09

    Sabre Tooth Animals-Fine Art of Paleontology

    in Environment

    Sabre Tooth Animals will be the topic of discussion on Natures Talk Show Fine Art of Paleontology. Let's find out what exactly are these amazing animals and discuss how they have survived and adapted through the years. Could there possibly been more animals besides the tigers with sabre teeth ? No one can beat Nature when it comes to designing deadly, effective weapons, and some of the sophisticated killing tools of animals simply defy our imagination. However, one of the most fearsome weapons in Nature is also surprisingly simple. Saberteeth are such an effective weapon that they have evolved many times during the History of life, in completely different groups of animals.


    On Monday November 30th at 9pm est,8pm cst and 6pm pst. We look forward to you joining us. If you would like to join the conversation visit our chat room on our web page or call in to our studio number 1 -949-534-0637.


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  • 01:02

    Christmas Gifts for RockHounds - Fine Art of Paleontology

    in Environment

    Christmas Gifts for RockHounds is the topic of discussion on Natures Talk Show Fine Art of Paleontology. Great gift suggestions for your rock collecting friends.From maps to hats find out about some truly exciting ideas for the rock collecting enthusiast.


    On Monday December 7th at 9pm est,8pm cst and 6pm pst. We look forward to you joining us. If you would like to join the conversation visit our chat room on our web page or call in to our studio number 1 -949-534-0637.


    Thank You,


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  • 01:03

    Protoceratops - Species Profile - Fine Art of Paleontology

    in Environment

     Protoceratops - Species Profile is the topic of discussion presented by Natures Talk Shows Fine Art of Paleontology, hosted by Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman.Protoceratops is a genus of sheep-sized herbivorous ceratopsian dinosaur, from the Upper Cretaceous Period of what is now Mongolia. It was a member of the Protoceratopsidae, a group of early horned dinosaurs. Unlike later ceratopsians, however, it was a much smaller creature that lacked well-developed horns and retained some primitive traits not seen in later genera. 


    On Monday November 9th at 9pm est,8pm cst and 6pm pst. We look forward to you joining us. If you would like to join the conversation visit our chat room on our web page or call in to our studio number 1 -949-534-0637.


    Thank You,


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  • 01:14

    Chenoa Ellinghaus Science for Children Fine Art of Paleontology

    in Environment

    Chenoa Ellinghaus Science for Children and getting them interested in Science. She has Kickstarter campaigns going to gelp raise funds to develop ideas appealing to children. Tune in as the hosts of Natures Talk Show The Fine Art of Paleontology talk with Chenoa Ellinghaus To learn mopre about her efforts.


    On Monday September 7th at 9pm est,8pm cst and 6pm pst. We look forward to you joining us. If you would like to join the conversation visit our chat room on our web page or call in to our studio number 1 -949-534-0637.


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  • 01:17

    Fine Art of Paleontology - Microfossils

    in Environment

    On Monday January 12th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst join Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as they discuss Microfossils, smallest of the small fossils in all areas. MICROFOSSILS ARE the tiny remains of bacteria, protists, fungi, animals, and plants. Microfossils are a heterogeneous bunch of fossil remains studied as a single discipline because rock samples must be processed in certain ways to remove them and microscopes must be used to study them. . But it is an unnatural grouping. Nevertheless, this utilitarian subdivision of paleontology, first recognized in 1883, is very significant in geology, paleontology, and biology.


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    http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/fosrec/Lipps1.html


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/naturestalkshow/2015/01/13/fine-art-of-paleontology--microfossils

  • 00:31

    Discovering your creative side in Abstracts, Fine Art, and Photography

    in Design

    Hello Family, and Welcome back tonight to our Clips and Tips segment! Happy Wednesday and our upcoming segment is flourishing with exciting ideas on expressing your creativity. We cover abstract art, fine art, and photography! One of my favorite topics because it allows me to creatively and aesthetically enhance my space with wall art. Join us tonight for great ideas and concepts!


    See ya there!


    10:30 pm pst

  • 01:02

    Fine Art of Paleontology - Stalked Echinoderms

    in Education

    On Monday April 27th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join us on The Fine Art of Paleontology as New Mexico Museum of Natural History field paleontologist Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as they discuss the stalked echinoderms in the fossil record. Crinoids, cystoids and blastoids are very common is some deposits. Only the crinoids are still living today, both the blastoids and cystoids are extinct. So many fascinatings things are now extinct. This will be a fascinating discussion please tune in.


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