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Creation Science Fiction™

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Busy Volunteer And Research Schedule Coming Up!

These events and outings are all in addition to my normal weekly volunteering at the Arizona Museum of Natural History on Wednesdays.  Update 8/21: I just found out our Tuesday Human Origins Volunteer's new ASU schedule won't allow him to volunteer this semester so I'll be covering most Tuesdays too. 

August 31 - Triassic dinosaur dig with the Zuni Dinosaur Institute of Geosciences in NE Arizona.

September 1 and 2 (morning) - Visit Coconino Sandstone tracksite I discovered east of Payson, Arizona a few years ago to collect data and make casts.

September 10 and 11 - Visit the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Research Facility in Albuquerque to help with final prep of early Permian fossils and trace fossils from our expedition last May. I will also be photographing the collection.

September 21 - Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day at the Arizona Museum of Natural History from 11 am to 5 pm.

September 25 - Presentation titled "Arizona's Oldest Extensive Permian Tracksite And It's Stratigraphic Significance" at the Geological Society of America National Conference in Phoenix.

September 29 - Family friendly outing on the Mogollon Rim east of Payson, Arizona with the Southwest Paleontological Society where I will teach about the tracks I discovered there.

October 18 - Beer N' Bones Event at the Arizona Museum of Natural History teaching Human Origins 7 pm to 11 pm.

Thanks to each and every one of my Patrons at for helping make this possible. It really does make a difference and allows me to take the time to do this as well as helping cover expenses! 

For those of you who would like to help cover gas, hotel, and other expenses but not commit to becoming a monthly Patron, please consider a one time Paypal donation at the link below for any amount. Every little bit helps!



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