Re: MS slips up and says "yes those are blood vessels"
- I have two much better questions for you, Jerry:
1. How old does Schweitzer say they are? (I.e., the question you deliberately ignored.)
2. How does every professional paleontologist on the planet determine the age of a fossil?
Let's see if you are capable of providing the - quite easy - answer to that question.
This is me laying the trap for you to demonstrate your usual high level of incompetence, since I already know that you are incapable of answering the second - quite easy - question, because your level of determined ignorance and lack of comprehension of basic geological science is so horrendous.
--- In Maury_and_Baty, Jerry McDonald wrote:
> How did she determine the age of the sample?
> From: "PIASAN@..." <PIASAN@...>
> To: coCBanned@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Mon, July 5, 2010 12:00:36 PM
> Subject: Re: [coCBanned] MS slips up and says "yes those are blood vessels"
> DW here,
> Last night on 60 Minutes they replayed the story about Jack Horner and Mary
> Schweitzer's finding of soft dino tissue. As MS showed the more recent
> find regarding an 80 myo hadrosaur, the reporter asks, "are THOSE blood
> vessels?" and MS replies "yes, those are blood vessels."
> She often tries to "cover herself" in describing what she found by NOT
> saying that she really found dino blood vessels or blood cells. She'll use
> terms (IIRC) such as "round nucleated microstructures" (blood cells) or
> something like "elongated hollow tubes" rather than saying what they really
> But this time she slipped up. Actually she slips up that way a LOT. She
> should just quit doing the Kabuki dance.
> I'm perfectly content to accept what MS says regarding her find. Are you:?
> How old does she say they are?