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Originally The Jomax Ranch and Museum was owned and operated by Keith Rigby Jr., Professor of Paleontology University Notre Dame. This older ranch house was used as a base-camp for his graduate students and volunteers from Earth Watch doing dinosaur research in this fossil rich area. I met Professor Rigby and showed him my first self-published book The Dinosaur Dilemma in 1990 that not only covered the dinosaur's thermoregulatory  features, that Rigby's research had introduced, but went a step further by revealing how the dinosaur's respiratory systems worked in conjunction with their thermoregulatory systems with charts and diagrams showing the dinosaur's evolutionary program that indicated extreme environmental conditions that were continually getting worse. An article appeared in The Lewistown News -Argus, dated Aug. 8, 1993 that covered our work together and what we felt dinosaurs were all about at that time. I purchased this house from Rigby that same year, continually improving the grounds with the addition of a small museum. At this time, The Jomax Ranch and Museum represents over 20 years in the making, now providing a base-camp where qualified individuals can meet, exchange ideas and explore the surrounding area, searching for a more "real world" hypothesis for the dinosaur's existence and the environmental conditions they lived in. Therefore, if you believe dinosaurs evolved by blind chance, living in a Jurassic Park world until they were all killed by an asteroid impact, this place is not for you. However, if you understand every event that takes place in the universe is based on cause, and that cause was triggered by some catalyst, creating a cause and effect situation, then this might be the place you're looking for. To help you decide one way or the other, a primer entitled Understanding Dinosaurs is available that establishes the guidelines used in rethinking the dinosaur's design principle to understand just what dinosaurs were all about.
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Welcome

Originally The Jomax Ranch and Museum was owned and operated by Keith Rigby Jr., Professor of Paleontology University Notre Dame. This older ranch house was used as a base-camp for his graduate students and volunteers from Earth Watch doing dinosaur research in this fossil rich area. I met Professor Rigby and showed him my first self- published book The Dinosaur Dilemma in 1990 that not only covered the dinosaur's thermoregulatory  features, that Rigby's research had introduced, but went a step further by revealing how the dinosaur's respiratory systems worked in conjunction with their thermoregulatory systems with charts and diagrams showing the dinosaur's evolutionary program that indicated extreme environmental conditions that were continually getting worse. An article appeared in The Lewistown News -Argus, dated Aug. 8, 1993 that covered our work together and what we felt dinosaurs were all about at that time. I purchased this house from Rigby that same year, continually improving the grounds with the addition of a small museum. At this time, The Jomax Ranch and Museum represents over 20 years in the making, now providing a base-camp where qualified individuals can meet, exchange ideas and explore the surrounding area, searching for a more "real world" hypothesis for the dinosaur's existence and the environmental conditions they lived in. Therefore, if you believe dinosaurs evolved by blind chance, living in a Jurassic Park world until they were all killed by an asteroid impact, this place is not for you. However, if you understand every event that takes place in the universe is based on cause, and that cause was triggered by some catalyst, creating a cause and effect situation, then this might be the place you're looking for. To help you decide one way or the other, a primer entitled Understanding Dinosaurs is available that establishes the guidelines used in rethinking the dinosaur's design principle to understand just what dinosaurs were all about.
© Copyright Jomax Ranch and Museum 2016

Click photos to enlarge

Click photos to enlarge

AmazingCounters.com
Click here to go to Book Click here to go to Book

For More Information,

call 406-485-2591

(between May and November)

jomaxranchandmuseum.com