How Old Are Those Dinosaur Bones Anyway?
by Stanley Hasegawa 9/18/2009 / Education
How long ago did dinosaurs die out? Did they die out tens of millions of years ago, or some thousands of years ago? This question is no longer just a matter of faith, it is a matter of scientific interpretation. Recently, soft tissue (pliable blood vessels, red blood cells, and proteins) have been discovered inside dinosaur fossil bones, and a "mummified" dinosaur has been found. Could these specimens be tens of millions of years old? Yes, one could argue that. But one could also present scientific arguments (based on biochemical decay rates) that they are only some thousands of years old. What do you think?
Pray that evolutionists release DNA sequences from recently discovered fossil soft tissue regardless of whether the analyzed sequences support their theories or not.
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