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Dinosaur Soft Tissue Shows Dating Methods Don't Work
Everyone knows dinosaurs died out 65 million years ago... or did they? The evidence is showing dinosaurs lived recently and our methods for measuring millions of years are not working. Soft tissue, blood vessels and even red blood cells have been found in dinosaur bones. These things decay quickly, they certainly don't last millions of years.
So which is right? We have soft tissue and red blood cells that degrade quickly. This is hard evidence we can observe. And we have radiometric dating that says dinosaurs died out 65 million years ago. Which is correct? I'll go with the hard evidence. Radiometric dating is based on assumptions, and it is clear that radiometric dating is not accurate. The biological evidence shows us that dinosaurs lived recently. The only died out within the past thousand years or less.
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