Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Scientists Study Non-fossilized Dinosaur Tissue

The Society is conducting a research initiative to study tissue found in dinosaur fossils.  Such fossils are dated by the standard geologic time scale as at least 60 million years old. In 2005, work was published showing evidence that non-fossilized tissue (e.g., red blood cells, bone cells, etc.) was found within the fossilized bone of aTyrannosaurus rex dinosaur. Since 2005, additional studies have documented even more soft tissue in so-called ancient fossils, including the detection of intact proteins and even nucleic acids. Such results directly challenge the entire evolutionary “millions of years” timeframe.  This timeframe is readily (and often uncritically) accepted by most scientists and even many claiming to be “creationists.” Read more here:HERE