Tuesday, November 4, 2008

One Velociraptor Per Child

What a noble and valiant effort on behalf of today's children.

Because if we don't, WHO WILL THINK OF THE CHILDREN????

Check out the site.

Raptor Jesus will be thrilled!


"It's an education project, not a genetic engineering project."

- Dr. Ian Malcolm

Mission Statement: To increase the Darwinian fitness of the world's poorest children by providing each child with a rugged, low-cost, low-energy, internet-enabled velociraptor with content designed for collaborative, practical, self-empowered survival.



The project's origins go back more than four decades to the early days of paleontology, when most dinosaurs were still the size of skyscrapers, and almost no one dreamed they would ever be suitable for children. But pioneering thinkers like Mel Chua disagreed sharply, and over time led the long march from radical theory to reality proving the immense power of the personal dinosaur as a survival tool for children. 

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