Radiocarbon dating dinosaur bones
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assume, incorrectly) to be many hundreds of thousands or millions of years old.
Why has this been reported in various places on the web as evidence of a young Earth?
‘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.
This was a joint event of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) and the Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS).
It appears that the researchers approached the matter with considerable professionalism, including taking great pains to eliminate contamination with modern carbon as a source of the C signal in the bones.