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Myhrvold’s dinosaur house

Myhrvold’s dinosaur house

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lw130homes @ 2010-10-14 15:44:54

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lw130homes: I took these pictures from my WaveRunner on the water. When ever we have visitors from out of town they want to go by water and see the “dinosaur house.” Nathan Myhrvold became fascinated with dinosaurs and visited the filming of the “Jurassic Park” sequel in 1996 and met the film’s consultant and world-leading paleontologist, Jack Horner. Horner convinced Nathan to use some of his Microsoft multimillions to fund a dinosaur bone digging foundation. His foundation has recovered more tyrannosaurus rex skeletons than the total previously found by everyone else. He has given most of them to museums including the Smithsonian. In-side the big rounded windows of his living room he has one of the t-rex skeletons he helped dig up.


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@ 2010-10-16 07:00:37
Nathan Myhrvold became fascinated with dinosaurs and visited the filming of the “Jurassic Park” sequel in 1996 and met the film’s consultant and world-leading paleontologist, Jack Horner. Horner convinced Nathan to use some of his Microsoft multimillions to fund a dinosaur bone digging foundation. His foundation has recovered more tyrannosaurus rex skeletons than the total previously found by everyone else. He has given most of them to museums including the Smithsonian. In-side the big rounded windows of his living room he has one of the t-rex skeletons he helped dig up.
The above is from my blog: http://seattle-mansions.blogspot.com/2010/02/nathan-myhrvolds-t-rex-house.html. The mansion along with more information is in my book, Lake Washington 130 Homes, on page97 (www.hundredhomes.net). I took these pictures from my WaveRunner on the water. When ever we have visitors from out of town they want to go by water and see the “dinosaur house.
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