Denial of Facts in Science

Let me see if I can put this together: Dinosaurs died out about 65 million years ago, yes? And it takes a long, long time for bones and things to turn into fossils, yes? So, in the huge amount of time required to turn bones into rock, other stuff must have rotted or fallen off, yes? Never mind that something soft can be exposed to the proper elements and conditions and become petrified.

Here is another example of how philosophers of science will tap dance around the facts against evolution and still cling to their faith. Seems to me that it's not possible to find a Tyrannosaurus Rex bone with soft tissue still attached. But it happened. It shouldn't have happened. But it did.

This article ignores the facts and scientists still manage to get excited:

"To my knowledge, preservation to this extent—where you still have original flexibility and transparency—has not been noted in dinosaurs before, so we're pretty excited by the find," said Mary H. Schweitzer, a paleontologist at North Carolina State University in Raleigh. 
The findings may provide new insights into dinosaur evolution, physiology, and biochemistry. They could also increase our understanding of extinct life and change how scientists think about the fossilization process.
"Finding these tissues in dinosaurs changes the way we think about fossilization, because our theories of how fossils are preserved don't allow for this [soft-tissue preservation]," Schweitzer said.

Ain't that something? They still put an evolutionary "spin" on the discovery. In their world view, it should not have happened. Also, it is not the only time that soft tissues were found in "old" rocks.Those of us who are young-earth Biblical Creationists have no problems with this, because we believe the Earth is not billions of years old or that the dinosaurs died out 65 million years ago. The book of Genesis tells a different story — one that fits the facts far better. Here is a very short audio clip of Ken Ham discussing it.