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Dinosaur soft tissue gets ‘ironic’ response
The significant amount of soft tissue being found in dinosaur bones is causing evolutionists to grasp at straws in order to explain its existence.
by Calvin Smith
Dinosaur soft tissue and protein—even more confirmation!
Mary Schweitzer announces even stronger evidence, this time from a duckbilled dino fossil, of even more proteins—and the same amazingly preserved flexible blood vessel and cell structures as before.
by Carl Wieland
Double-decade dinosaur disquiet
A sneak preview from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. For twenty years now, dino bones have progressively divulged their contents to researchers who did not expect to find the likes of DNA and radiocarbon ‘millions of years’ after dinosaur extinction.
by David Catchpoole
‘Schweitzer’s dangerous discovery’
Dr Mary Schweitzer discovered still-soft-and-stretchy tissue in a dinosaur fossil, igniting a controversy.
by David Catchpoole and Jonathan Sarfati
Media bias hides the significance of Alaskan hadrosaur finds
Why don’t the media admit that Alaskan hadrosaur bones are not turned to stone, as would be expected in millions of years?
by Paul Price
A fossil is a fossil is a fossil. Right?
Do today’s definitions of the word ‘fossil’ rule out a biblical timescale by default?
by Cecil Allen
Muscle and blood found in an “18-million-year-old” fossil!
The best ever find of preserved soft tissue yet documented in the fossil record gives powerful evidence for the Bible.
by Carl Wieland
Bugs in brine
The Discovery of DNA in bacteria in ancient salt crystals shows they cannot be millions of years old.
by Don Batten
The real ‘Jurassic park’?
Not just DNA, but even entire organisms capable of being brought back to life are increasingly being found in specimens supposedly ‘millions of years old’.
by Shaun Doyle
Triceratops soft tissue
Triceratops soft tissue found and carbon dated
by Joel Tay
Doubting doubts about the Squishosaur
Were the reports of soft tissue in T. rex bones all wrong? Is it time to discard this powerful-seeming evidence? Not yet, it seems.
by Carl Wieland
Half a billion years … and still soft!
Sneak peek of latest Creation magazine. Pre-Cambrian fossils of marine worms have their original tissue. Similarly for bacteria that feed on them.
by David Catchpoole