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Author Topic:   Blood in dino bones
Minnemooseus
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Message 3 of 138 (194282)
03-25-2005 12:02 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by simple
03-24-2005 10:10 PM


The admin mode considered plugging this topic into "Dates and Dating".
How could soft tissue last 70 million years? It couldn't.
Short answer: The age of the rocks are determined independently of whatever might also be found in the rocks. Amazingly enough, it seems that soft tissue indeed can be preserved that long.
Moose
Edit: Once again forgot to change from admin mode.
This message has been edited by Adminnemooseus, 03-25-2005 12:03 AM

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