Radiometric Carbon 14 Dating

Most all radiometric dating methods are based on assumptions about events which happened in the unobserved past.  Older samples such as fossils or ice age relics must be dated using assumptions because the original conditions and rates of decay are unknown. Unknown because clearly these events occurred long before the scientist was even born, and

Soft T Rex Tissue discovery reveals extreme bias within the evolutionary scientific community

First unearthed in 2000, then finally fully excavated in August of 2005, after years of hard and dedicated field work, Mary Schweitzer Paleontologist, PhD, Paleo-biology, Evolutionary Biology, and Molecular Biology, of North Carolina State University in Raleigh unearthed a Tyrannosaurus Rex fossil in Hell Creek Montana. The T. Rex was nicknamed ‘B. Rex’ and later