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DBlevins
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Message 116 of 136 (620355)
06-15-2011 6:18 PM
Reply to: Message 114 by Mazzy
06-15-2011 5:41 PM


Problem with finding soft tissue?
The matter at hand is that evolutionists discard evidence that is uncomfortable.
A dino was most certainly found with tissue and bones in tact.
It's not clear to me what your problem is with scientists finding mineralized skin and soft tissue and even some proteins? This does not negate the Theory of Evolution. In fact, finding collagen Protein in the T-Rex gave scientists even MORE support for the ancestry that dinosaurs share with birds. Finding these proteins and soft tissues allows for scientists to strengthen their understanding of Evolution. Nothing in the ToE says that skin does not mineralize or mummify or whether we'll be able to extract proteins from million year old fossils. If you're looking for how or why that happens, your best bet is to study geology with a good dose of biology.

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DBlevins
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Message 119 of 136 (620360)
06-15-2011 6:41 PM
Reply to: Message 118 by Coragyps
06-15-2011 6:27 PM


Mineralized soft-tissue paper
Hey Coragyps,
Here is the paper link: Proceedings of the Royal Society (October 2009, Vol. 276 no. 1672)
Hopefully Mazzy will see this and perhaps read it?

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