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    Northeastern China Dinosaur Fossils Retaining Soft Organic Tissue in Bones of Four Plus Millennia

    Hundreds of samples of soft cell organic tissue from dinosaur and mammal fossils supposedly 150 million years old are predictably baffling scientists all over the world, the bones from Jehol and Liaoning provinces in northeastern China (next to North Korea), studied by for instance David Hone of Queen’s University in London. Of course these samples could be used to clone dinosaurs, but that is not being planned, in order to not call attention to this widespread yet ostensibly anomalous evidence which obviously bears further witness to Noah’s Flood.

     

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