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Re: dino dna
>From firstname.lastname@example.org Sun Nov 20 10:05:07 1994
> even if the bone proves to be dinosaurian, that is no guarantee that dna
> is. in mammalian bone only a few months defleshed, we have found live
> (and thriving) algae, not to mention fungi, bacteria, and insect larvae
> reported by others. unless you can demonstrate that dna is from tissues
> associated with the bone, the dna could derive from later parasites
> with the bone as it fossilized.
The claim is that the DNA comes from red blood cells in the bone.
If the cells really are blood cells, that would be fairly conclusive.
The peace of God be with you.