Dinosaur Unfossilized Organic Remains


Organic remains in dinosaur bones is a new growing field of secular science, even though it has been proven that these remains cannot last over one million years in the best of conditions. Even more research is being done by creation scientists at the Institute for Creation Research.
Three-dimensional examinations of the blood-like cells under an electron microscope revealed that they had nuclei, so human red blood cells could not have contaminated the sample, because they have no nuclei.
And when Maidment analysed the chemical composition of the red blood cells with a technique called mass spectrometry, the spectrum was surprisingly similar to that of blood taken from a living bird, an emu, adding further evidence to it being from a dinosaur.
Maidment is now hoping to investigate more samples. “We want to understand how this preservation can occur, how far back in time it happens, and what type of rock it happens in,” she says.
The discovery was welcomed by John Asara of Harvard Medical School, whose team reported in 2007 finding collagen in a 68-million-year old T. rex and in an 80-million-year old brachylophosaurus fossil. Asara says this field of science has been barely tapped.
“Papers like this do much to advance the field, by showing that fossils are more than ‘just rocks’, and opening the door to the possibility that materials persist in ancient fossils that were not thought possible only a few years ago,” says Mary Schweitzer of North Carolina State University in Raleigh, who reported extracting blood from T. rex in 2009. “[It also] seems to indicate, like our own findings, that this is not necessarily an exceedingly rare occurrence.”
These evolutionists cannot figure out how these organic remains can last millions of years, but according to them they must have, because evolution is a fact of science that can never be falsified. They can never admit that evolution and an old earth are wrong, and that these dinosaurs are only a few thousand years old buried during the worldwide flood in 2347 BC.
Dinosaur blood cells extracted from 75-million-year-old fossil | New Scientist
https://www.newscientist.com/…/dn27687-dinosaur-blood-cell…/
Jun 9, 2015 ... Surprise discovery of bird-like blood cells in dinosaur bones ... by being frozen in ice or in a dry environment free of microbes that would ...
Ancient tissue found in 195 million-year-old dinosaur rib - CNN.com
http://www.cnn.com/…/dinosaur-rib-195-million-year-old-col…/
5 days ago ... Researchers found collagen and protein remains preserved in the ribs of a dinosaur from 195 million years ago. ... But finding such well-preserved organic remains from one of the oldest dinosaurs, a Lufengosaurus, ...

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