They can add together to bring a shower of blessings.Soft Tissue in Dinosaur Fossils: Evidence for a Young Earth?We had to start somewhere producing information, one word and one article at a time.
I don’t want more than I can use but if someone is willing to promise to at least put it in the player and “One little bit doesn’t make a difference.” It’s a good job CMI didn’t think like that.
The Evidence Hardens, 314(5801):920, 10 November 2006).
In the same article, Dr Mary Schweitzer reports on follow-up work showing that collagen is present in these fossils.
‘Looks like collagen, behaves like collagen, and it’s 68 million years old! ’ (David Martill, University of Portsmouth, UK.) Of course, this again begs the question, and leaves unsolved how protein could have survived that long.
C) could not possibly be present in such ‘old’ fossils generally prevents carbon dating being attempted.