Solid hard proof: dinosaur bones cannot possibly be 80 million years old

Ah, young dinosours.

Now comes a further announcement by Schweitzer and others, in the prestigious journal Science, of substantial additional evidence to bolster her previous findings. The specimen on this occasion was a piece of fossil hadrosaur (duckbilled dinosaur) bone (Brachylophosaurus canadensis) regarded by evolutionary assumptions as being 80 million years old.

In short, the researchers found evidence of “the same fibrous matrix, transparent, flexible vessels, and preserved microstructures she had seen in the T. rex sample”. Only this time they went to exceptional lengths to silence critics.

Jurasic Park might be a lot closer than I ever expected.