Dinosaurs – Paleontology

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Paleontology
      Tissue Samples
     Footprints
     Fossils

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Evidence in the scientific field of Paleontology reveals Dinosaurs lived with mankind in recent times!

A few pieces of evidence and revealing discoveries comes not only from historic world cultures, but from multiple preservation’s discovered in fossilized bone, and fossilized remains of humans found alongside dinosaurs in the same sedimentary layers.

 

[Video Mary Schweitzer: MSNBC ]                          [Video Mary Schweitzer: 60 Minutes]

 

DINOSAUR TISSUE SAMPLES

Biologists know that soft tissue and cells cannot remain intact outside the time frame over 10,000 years. Any biological material existing up to a million year would have completely disintegrated if it had not completely mineralized into a fossil.

Paleontologists have well known that tissue cannot survive outside of fossilized conditions for anything up to or more than 1 million year.

Recent discoveries have lead Paleontologists to find elastic soft tissue that can be found in some of the oldest dinosaur fossils in possession. 

Tyrannosaurus Rex Soft Tissue
 
Dr. Mary Schweitzer, Paleontologist of North Carolina State University, has found soft elastic tissue embedded in the remains of a T-Rex fossilized thigh bone. The inner part of the bones had seem to have been completely fossilized until biologist Mary Schweitzer, while performing routine treatments, found soft tissue by dissolving the minerals around it in acid.
 
Geologically this fossil is recorded as one of the oldest T-Rex ever found, a supposed 70 million year old fossil.
This procedure has since been reproduced on a many other types of dinosaur fossils, many even older than the first T-Rex sample.
Scientist that have examined the Tyrannosaurus Rex bone fragments have found them containing:
(A)  Vascular canals (Blood Vessels)
(B)   Transparent Vessels
(C)   Cells
(D)  Higher magnification shows a branching pattern in the Tyrannosaurus vessels
(E)   Soft tissue micro-structures consistent with recent living tissue
 Dinosaur Tissue - NEWS
 Tissue - Dinosaur

 

Dinosaur Heart

Heart - DinosaurA Dinosaur named ‘Willo’ was discovered with the first Dino heart, estimated at 66 million years old. It was found that it had a 4 chambered heart that is much more advanced than reptiles and is more similar to humans and birds.

The findings suggest that the beasts circulatory system may have been that of a warm blooded animal.

(http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/720871.stm)

 

Discoveries of Other Dinosaur Soft Tissue

A young Inuit (Canadian Eskimo) who was working with scientists from Newfoundland’s Memorial University in 1987 on Bylot Island found part of a lower jaw of a duckbill dinosaur. It too was in fresh condition.

 – Edmonton Journal, October 26, 1987

 

Duck-billed Dinosaur

Reported on the amazing preservation of the bones of a young duckbill dinosaur found in Montana. Under a microscope, the fine structure of the bones was seen to have been preserved to such an extent that cell characteristics could be compared with cells of chicken bone.

 – The journal Science on December 24, 1993 (pages 2020–2023)

 

Hadrosaur Bones

In northwestern Alaska in 1961 a geologist found a bed of dinosaur bones in unmineralized (unfossilized) condition.

 – Journal of Paleontology, vol. 61 no. 6, 1986–7, pages 198–200.

 

Along the banks of the Colville River west of Prudhoe Bay, AK frozen dinosaur bones were found that are, “as light as balsa wood and look as fresh as yesterday’s dog bones.”

“Their structure was porous and the fossils were not mineralized.”

 – Don Lessem, Omni, Jan. 1990, p. 32

 

Dinosaur Footprints with Humans

“… dinosaur footprints, side by side with humans. Finding them would counter evidence that humans evolved long after the dinosaurs became extinct and back up…[the] claim that all species, including man, were created at one time.”

– NOVA TV Special, God, Darwin and the Dinosaurs

 

 

FOOTPRINTS

Many dig sites have yielded evidence pointing to mankind living alongside dinosaurs. Not only are human bones found with dinosaur bones, but the footprints of humans and dinosaurs have been found side-by-side and in many cases one on top of the other.

Location:

Dinosaur Valley State Park, Glen Rose, Texas

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In 1930 Roland T. Bird, field explorer for the American Field Museum, reported 15-20 (50 cm) inch long “clearly defined” human footprints with the dinosaur tracks.

 – Photo from Valley of the Giants, by Dr. Cecil Dougherty  p. 4

(Dr Dougherty was a chiropractor in Glen Rose for 17 years and spent thousands of hours studying and photographing the human tracks there.)

 

Human Tracks Inside Dinosaur Tracks

 Track - Delk

Human tracks inside dinosaur tracks.
 – Glen Rose, Texas
 

Casts of the prints found with human tracks found inside dinosaur prints:

 Tracks - Dinosaur - Human Track - Human - Dinosaur

Much to my surprise, the book documents literally hundreds, not just a handful, of well-exposed dinosaur track sites spread all over the world.”

“Tracks, trackways, nests, eggs and coprolites of the reptilian masters of the Mesozoic are chronicled from all over the world, and the record is an impressive one – indeed, in terms of not only abundance and geographic distribution but also quality of preservation.”
– Ekdale, A. A., “Dinosaur Tracks and Traces”

 

Story of  Glen Rose

Story - Glen RoseI (went) on an excavation with Dr. Carl Baugh. …we followed the footprints of a man which were beside a dinosaurs footprints. It was as if the man were walking with the dinosaur… NOVA was there to film the dig. There was also an evolutionist there who had been arguing with Dr. Baugh the entire time.”
NOVA didn’t film much of the tracks or our dig but they did interview this evolutionist. [He] told them he had not seen anything there to disprove evolution. What he didn’t tell the camera was that he had refused to even turn around and look at the tracks we had been working on.
He stood with his back to the dig and the tracks while making these statements. NOVA knew this man had not looked at the tracks but did not report that nor did they give Dr. Baugh equal air time to respond.
 – David Smith, Pastor,  First Baptist Church, Cottonwood AZ

 

 

FOSSILS

 

Human Fossils With Dinosaur Fossils

Fossils - Dinosaur - HumanFossils Prove Man and Dinosaur Lived Together!

Dr. Cabrera holding human vertebrae (5th lumbar) found in “cretaceous sediment” in Ocucaja Desert, Ica, Peru. Man and dinosaurs lived together.

 – The message of the Engraved Stones of Ica by Dr. Cabrera p.24

Evidence of humans and dinosaurs living together has been found in: Russia, Lagoa Santa, Brazil; Matto Grosso, Brazil, Ica, Peru; Glen Rose, Texas and Charleston, SC.

Dinosaur and human-like footprints have been found together in Turkmenia and in Arizona.

See: Alexander Romashko, “Tracking Dinosaurs,” Moscow News, No. 24, 1983, p. 10. Paul O. Rosnau et al.,

“Are Human and Mammal Tracks Found Together with the Tracks of Dinosaurs in the Kayenta of Arizona?” Parts I and II,

Creation Research Society Quarterly, Vol. 26, September 1989, pp. 41–48 and December 1989, pp. 77–98.

Noah to Abram, the Turbulent Years, by Dr. Erich von Fange, p. 36-37

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Fossil Human Hand (Found in 65-145 MYA Strata)

Fossil human hands found in “cretaceous” rock near a large Ichthyosaurus (marine dinosaur).

 – By Dr. Jamie Gutierrez in South America

 

 

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“Engaged in our usual visits to the Ashley Bed, a bone was found projecting from the bluff, immediately in contact with the surface of the stony stratum (the Phosphate-rocks); we pulled it out, and behold a human bone!  Without hesitation it was condemned as an “accidental occupant” of quarters to which it had no right – geologically.”

 – From F.S.Holmes, (1870) pp. 62-63, cited in Watson p. 21

“Professor Holmes shows a gigantic human thigh bone, three inches longer than the average bone of the same kind.  It was…taken from these same beds…It was a remarkable fossil.”

 

 

 

REFERENCES

60 minutes – T-Rex Tissue http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DB69zCwbBPY&feature=related

MSNBC New – T-rex Tissue

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6ZCc7Ea2Bw

Discoveries of other soft tissue

– http://www.users.bigpond.com/rdoolan/freshbones.html

 – http://www.users.bigpond.com/rdoolan/freshbones.html; Joe Taylor has some. Www.mtblanco.com

Info and more pictures at www.creationevidence.org

A letter from Dr. John T. Wightman dated January 11, 1892 was published in J.C. Keener’s book “The Garden of Eden and the Flood”, 1900, (Publishing House of the M.E. Church, South) p. 57 (cited in Watson p. 21).