In 2010 when I reviewed the first edition of Fastovsky and Weishampel "Dinosaurs: a Concise Natural History" for the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology I gave it a good review, recommending it for classroom use. However, one complaint I had was that as a book on dinosaurs it had almost no coverage of dinosaur origins. David Fastovsky took note and assured me that the next edition would remedy this.
Well I'm happy to say that the second edition is out and does indeed have a much expanded section on dinosaur origins. Thanks to David and David for not taking my constructive criticism too hard and adding this section. In my opinion this makes what I think is the best dinosaur textbook available even better.
Why are unfalsifiable beliefs so attractive?
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