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Carbon-14-dated dinosaur bones, non permineralized fossils, and soft tissue like proteins are evidence for young fossils

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The Axel Heiberg Absurdities

https://malagabay.wordpress.com/2014/05/10/the-axel-heiberg-absurdities/

Apparently, the 40 or 50 [depending upon source] million year old mummified wood found on Axel Heiberg Island still “contains all its organic matter”, “can still be burned” and is “so well preserved that it is difficult to distinguish from present-day samples”.

The eastern part is hilly, with local plains.
It was on this side of the island that large tree stumps were discovered in 1985.

The stumps have since been dated at 40 million years old, evidence that the Far North was at that time much warmer and wetter.

This “Fossil Forest” is not petrified but contains all its organic matter, making it a unique glimpse into an ancient ecosystem.

The stumps, logs, seeds, cones and leaves are in some cases so well preserved that it is difficult to distinguish them from present-day samples.


Axel Heiberg Island
The Canadian Encyclopedia
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/axel-heiberg-island/

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Exceptional Fossil Preservation and the Cambrian Explosion
Bedding plane specimen of Leanchoilia superlata from the middle Cambrian Burgess Shale (Butterfield, 2002) showing characteristic flattening of degradation-resistant cuticle (original organic-carbon preservation)
https://academic.oup.com/icb/article/43/1/166/604533/Exceptional-Fossil-Preservation-and-the-Cambrian

Evidence of preserved collagen in an Early Jurassic sauropodomorph dinosaur revealed by synchrotron FTIR microspectroscopy
We report the presence of ancient collagen and protein remains preserved in a 195 million-year-old fossil, as demonstrated through in situ SR-FTIR microspectroscopy of the Early Jurassic sauropodomorph dinosaur Lufengosaurus.
https://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms14220

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New insights of a plesiosaurian with soft tissue preservation from the Toarcian of Holzmaden, Germany 1

http://reasonandscience.heavenforum.org/t1767p50-carbon-14-dated-dinosaur-bones-non-permineralized-fossils-and-soft-tissue-like-proteins-are-evidence-for-young-fossils#5478

The postcranial skeleton preserves very likely soft tissues composed of buff-coloured and dark-coloured structures around the vertebral column and hindlimb of the animal. A network of buffcoloured fibres located posterior to the hindlimb most likely represents phosphatised collagen fibres as already found in some ichthyosaur specimens, confirming that wing area in plesiosaurians was much larger than that suggested by skeletal remains alone. Because the occurrence of potential soft tissue is exceptional in plesiosaurians, it was decided to avoid destructive analysis that may have helped to establish their chemical or ultrastructural composition. Nevertheless, there is a striking resemblance between the dark- and buff-coloured materials surrounding the neck, tail and hindlimb of SMNS 51945 and the soft tissues documented in several ichthyosaur and cephalopod specimens from the same strata (Keller 1992), as well as Sinemurian and Callovian-Oxfordian ichthyosaurs from the UK and Cretaceous fish from Brazil (Martill 1995). In all these fossils, the buff-coloured material was interpreted as phosphatised muscle tissue.



1. http://rd.springer.com.secure.sci-hub.cc/article/10.1007/s00114-017-1472-6

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Conclusion: The Dinosaur Bones Are Young


So the young C14 dates can’t be due to radiation. They can’t be due to contamination. They also can’t be the result of differing atmospheric conditions. It must be then that these bones are really young.
However, this conclusion is not likely to be accepted by the scientific community. There is tremendous inertia in science. Those who propose radical changes risk damage to their careers and ridicule. Evolution needs long ages, so the scientists have to defend long ages or else give up evolution, which they do not want to do or are afraid to do. They say that organic matter in the fossils has to be old because evolution requires it and we know that evolution is true. This is an argument that is used to justify the old dates.

http://www.tasc-creationscience.org/article/carbon-14-dating-fossils

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Dinosaur mummy yields its secrets 1.

A remarkably well-preserved fossil of a dinosaur has been analysed by scientists writing in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B.
They describe how the fossil's soft tissues were spared from decay by fine sediments that formed a mineral cast.
Tests have shown that the fossil still holds cell-like structures - but their constituent proteins have decayed.
The team says the cellular structure of the dinosaur's skin was similar to that of dinosaurs' modern-day descendants.
A member of the duck-billed hadrosaur family, the fossil was found in North Dakota in the US and has been nicknamed "Dakota".
Phil Manning of the University of Manchester and his collaborators have been employing a number of techniques to tease out as much information as they can from the fossil.

1. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/8124098.stm

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