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When they do that now they will get to know this site exists and read the evidence that God is Creator. By rescinding the abstract, the AOGS has made the unscientific decision that C-14 cannot exist in dinosaur bones simply because of their presumed age, regardless of any evidence to the contrary.
Yet the widely documented evidence of preserved biomolecules in dinosaur bones and other presumably ancient fossils strongly suggests that C-14 should be present as well.
This would certainly be in the interests of scientific truth—especially following the repeated findings of soft tissue in dinosaur bones, and now even seemingly irrefutable DNA in dinosaur specimens.
The public has the right to know the actual chronology of the dinosaurs, and indeed the history of the earth.
This is an exciting time to be a creationist, both getting this sort of information, and being able to pass it on.
So it’s more important than ever to be not just subscribing to but actively supporting reputable, non-sensationalistic creation organizations committed to this important task. Having submitted abstracts, reviewed abstracts, and having served on the committees that decide what papers get into a symposia (something I doubt Dr. The peer review of papers submitted to symposia is not as stringent as that for papers published in journals.
I am a consulting field and lab chemist with several decades of lab and field research. Regarding a request for a technical paper on this blog here is what can be considered the major peer reviewed one, in Italy from 2009 and so published in Italy and Germany along with other conference papers 2009 at a conference held at the National Research Council of Italy with coauthors in nuclear and geophysics.
Thus we have repeatedly urged them to C-14 date the fossils in letters to Jack Horner and University paleontologists and in six conference abstracts.
I would like to add to Joe Taylor's report of our cooperative research in excavation, collecting of dinosaur and other fossil specimens for testing for C-14 content.
There was one question or rather a statement which was then responded to by Dr. A geology professor from Germany seemed to have some doubts about the data and suggested it was most unusual.
The next day we met him and a cohort from Canada and they expressed their doubts about the validity of the data as a result of our poster session with all the data on it. The technical paper link noted in my first posting was published by the prestigious National Research Council of Italy in Italian along with other scientific papers in a book entitled " Evoluzionismo: Il tramonto di una ipotesi (Evolutionism: The demise of an hypothesis).