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The presence of abundant soft tissue preservation across the skeleton, including in situ osteoderms, skin impressions and dark films that probably represent preserved keratin, make this exceptional skeleton an important reference for understanding the evolution of dermal and epidermal structures in this clade. Troy Lawrence Before the global flood, the canopy of water that once surrounded the atmosphere, shielded the atmosphere from UV and other high energy cosmic rays.
Thus, the conversion of N2 to C14 was blocked, therefore, the atmosohere had trace amounts of C14 before the flood.
Carbon-14 can be used to date organic material that was once alive such as wood, animal hair, skin, or soft tissue, unmineralized bones, and even mineralized bones after the minerals have been removed. Many scientists, students, and others are now acknowledging that Dinosaurs probably didnt go extinct 65 million years ago, but in the recent past: which explains why they are described in the Old Testament, 11. Copies may be distributed freely for educational purposes only Detailed Papers on Carbon 14: "MEASURABLE 14C IN FOSSILIZED ORGANIC MATERIALS..." by Baumgardner, Humphreys, Snelling and Austin.
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These results further rule out sample contamination, and help solidify the case for preservation of cells – and possibly DNA – in ancient remains. images of organically preserved muscle fibres in fossils from Grube Messel.
The muscle is preserved organically, in three dimensions, and with the highest fidelity of morphological preservation yet documented from the fossil record.
Cambodian Temple Stegosaurus, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2006, 2011, Randy S.
See also these papers by: Curt Sewel, Do-While Jones, Michael J.
cambriensis was flexible, as shown by its soft deformation and preservation, and composed of fibers perfect in habit and parallel arranged in sheets, and then sheets in layers.”Within days they were covered by sediment, perhaps stirred up by a storm—Professor Małgorzata Moczydłowska Accompanying electron microscope photographs showed these ‘perfect in habit’ fibres to be less than half a thousandth of a millimetre wide.Yet these delicate fibres are still soft after supposedly half a billion years!?The researchers were even able to chemically tease the fibres apart for further examination, and concluded that the structure of the fossil worm tube casing is “consistent with the ß chitin tubes of siboglinid animals”.3 In other words, the same as seabed dwelling worms such as beard worms today (see photo above).We report a systematic investigation of amino acid composition and collagen peptide mass fingerprints (PMF), for a range of samples dating back approximately 1.5 million years.Extrapolation from high temperature experimental decomposition rates predict that at a constant 10°C (the approximate mean annual air temperature in Britain today) it will take between 0.2 and 0.7 Ma for levels of collagen to fall to 1% of their original concentration in an optimal burial environment.