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Re: T.Rex DNA?

    Fe, Fi, Fo, Fole,

    Do I smell the test query,

    Of a creationist mole?  ;-)?

    Heartfelt apologies if this (see below) was a sincere inquiry, but
'help-toward-understanding' is wasted if presented to MADE-UP minds?
"Creation Science" has never been an objective pursuit of knowledge.   When,
to support one's beliefs, one resorts to modifying science by placing
"Creation" in front of the word (and practice), the search for knowledge
becomes merely a facade for dogma.

    Time me out if I've violated the spirit of the rules, Mickey; but there
are some things one just feels must be said, and my apology  for any

    Ray Stanford

    T.J. wrote:

>Sorry to bring up the C -word here on the list, but I need some help
>against creationist arguments!
>I remember having read somewhere in the beginning of the 90s that DNA
>had been extracted from a split Tyrannosaur femur. I don't remember
>having thought of it that much back then, but now some creationistically
>minded guy is using the story as evidence of dinosaurs having lived just
>a few thousand years ago since DNA only lasts for 5000 years or so
>(which AFAIK is a scientific fact). Did something like this actually
>happen (was it really DNA that was found in the bone) and if yes, how
>can you explain this? Thanks in advance.
>T.J., a regular lurker