Category Archives: Dinosaurs

Is there carbon 14 in dinosaur bones?

Long neck dinosaur

If you are curious whether or not there is carbon 14 in dinosaur bones, the answer is yes. But what does that mean? Continue reading

Soft tissues in dinosaur bones: a closer look at the philosophical conflicts

T.Rex at the Creation museum

Dr. Schweitzer has clearly shaken up the scientific community. She tossed a controversial hand grenade into the bunker of conventional evolutionary scientific thought, and now the scientists down in the bunker are frantically grasping around trying to put the pin back in before it blows them to pieces. Continue reading

Soft tissues discovered in dinosaur bones – more headaches for evolutionary scientists

Soft tissues in dinosaur bones

Archaeological scientists are scrambling. Usually, fossilized bones — especially those that are presumed to be 65 million years old — are solid rock whose organic material was entirely replaced over time. Understandably, the world of archaeology has been shaken up by the discovery of red blood cells inside dinosaur bones. Now they’re struggling to explain why. Continue reading

What happens if you date dinosaur bones using the carbon-14 method?

Dinosaur bones are supposed to be around 65 million years old, right? But what happens if you date them using carbon-14 dating, which is theoretically useful for dating organic materials that are much younger, having died up to 50,000 years ago? This should be a no-brainer, right?

Dinosaurs Carbon-14 Dating

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