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    Kevin McKeegan of UCLA Reports Original Protein Biochemistry of Algae in Two Billion Year Old Chert

    Some of the original biochemistries of algae and bacteria have been discovered by UCLA’s ion microprobe specialist Kevin McKeegan in chert sedimentary rock supposedly two billion years old, causing the mainstream scientific community much consternation, on top of the woe for them concerning the soft cell dinosaur tissues found in fossils ostensibly seventy-five million years old, tough times for the uniformitarians.

     

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