Friday, 29 May 2009

More dinosaur protein discovered

The relevance of discovering dinosaur protein is that it wouldn't exist if it were truly millions of years since the dinosaurs were alive.
Still more confirmation of dinosaur soft tissue and protein
Mary Schweitzer announces even stronger evidence for amazingly preserved flexible blood vessel and cell structures from dinosaurs. This time they are from the bones of a plant-eating dinosaur (hadrosaur / duck-billed dino) rather than a T. rex. And this time she performed the tests the critics demanded to prove this beyond reasonable doubt. Objective chemical measurements show that proteins should not last anywhere near the claimed 80 million years even if frozen. So this discovery should by rights be the end of the billions-of-years paradigm. See our article Dinosaur soft tissue and protein—even more confirmation!

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