Carbon dating dinosaur soft tissue
A fossil of the salamander Chunerpeton shows not only the preserved skeleton but also its skin and external gills. Hopefully scientists in the west will get a chance to closely examine these soft tissue samples.
Prior to 1991, you would have been laughed out of the room if you had suggested that we might dig up the soft tissue of dinosaurs someday.
One of the vets went up to Callis and said, “Do you know you have red blood cells in that bone?
” Sure enough, under a microscope, it appeared that the bone was filled with red disks.
Scientist for the last hundred years have been searching for a crator or remnants of space rock.
Finally in 2008 scientist think they have found an impact site at the bottom of a nearby lake Cheko.
The sediments cover an area 2 times the size of Manhattan and are over 600 feet tall.
The really disturbing conclusion is that civilization destroying bolides such as these have happened not millions of years ago but thousands of years ago. We agree with Dallas Abbott that dangerous meteors have struck the earth in recent times and that the governments of the world should be aware of this fact.
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Fossils include complete or nearly-complete skeletons associated with preserved soft tissues such as feathers, fur, skin or even, in some of the salamanders, external gills.
One is the feathered dinosaur Epidexipteryx whose soft tissues have been revealed by the use of ultraviolet light scanners.In 1991, Schweitzer was trying to study thin slices of bones from a 65-million-year-old T. She was having a hard time getting the slices to stick to a glass slide, so she sought help from a molecular biologist at the university.