Truth from an evolutionist?
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Unfossilized soft tissue from bone of Tyrannasaurus rex
A: The arrow points to a tissue fragment that is still elastic. How could elastic tissue like this have lasted for 65 million years?
B: Another instance of “fresh appearance”.
C: Regions of bone showing where the fibrous structure is still present, compared to most fossil bones, which lack this structure.
This past January North Carolina State University held a dedication for a new wing of the Earth Sciences building, which, naturally, houses the geology department. Being an alumnus of the geology program (1975) I received an invitation to attend. When I saw that one of the featured speakers was to be Dr. Mary Schweitzer, the discoverer of red blood cells and soft collagen (a protein found in most tissues of living organisms) in a fossilized Tyrannosaurus rex bone, I could not miss it.