posted on Aug, 5 2010 @ 08:56 PM
Triceratops were my favorite dinasours since I was a little boy and for this reason, I have a bias. Now I know how Pluto lovers feel, though unlike
many of the Pluto stalwarts, I won't allow my own personal bias to skew the data.
I don't think there is nearly enough evidence or even strong enough evidence to conclude that the two dinasours were one in the same, however they do
make a compelling argument. As for whether I believe it or not, I'll wait until more fossil evidence is found, if it ever is found in the first
place. As another poster said, I too think that much of the "science" behind paleontology is guess-work and we are trying to get a big picture
through the relatively small number of dinasour bones and fossils that have been preserved. With that being said, I think that paleontologists have
done some excellent work to accomplish what they have with so little to go on. So, I'll wait for either a rebuttal or more conclusive evidence before
forming my opinion of whether to agree with it or not.