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Re: More soft tissue references
I am interested in how the tissues were kept int his state of preservation -
but I am quite sure they did not form recently!
LOL! Unless, of course, you're my housemate. Man seriously believes
that God created all life that has ever existed, a few thousand years ago -
and then most of it went extinct. This explains why there aren't still
----- Original Message -----
From: "Robert J. Schenck" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, March 25, 2005 4:37 PM
Subject: More soft tissue references
> The preservation of biomolecules and now actual
> tissue in fossilized dinosaur bone is
> interesting, some people are already saying that
> this means the fossils formed recently and that
> geology/paleontology are fundamentally flawed.
> For my own part, I am not entirely sure that
> these preservations can actually be considered to
> support that position anyway, and if even they
> hypothetically could support it, I am not
> convinced that they refute 'old age' or that they
> outweigh the other massive evidence that supports
> old age.