Dino-Sorely Extinct

"Question Evolution Day" is February 12!

The most common theory for the extinction of the dinosaurs is that they died. Case closed. Oh, more specifically? The second most common theory for the extinction of the dinosaurs is that an asteroid impacted the Earth 65-70 million years ago. Scientists are not unified on this, however, because it does not explain why other reptiles still lived. Other theories have been put forward, including parasites, blindness and chronic constipation.

Most theories about dinosaur extinction are based on uniformitarian assumptions that the earth is ancient,  life evolved and their extinction was long, long ago.

What happens when C-14 is used on dinosaur collagen, a substance that should not exist after such a huge period of time?
The discovery of collagen in a Tyrannosaurus-rex dinosaur femur bone was recently reported in the journal Science. Its geologic location was the Hell Creek Formation in the State of Montana, United States of America. When it was learned in 2005 that Triceratops and Hadrosaur femur bones in excellent condition were discovered by the Glendive (MT) Dinosaur & Fossil Museum, Hugh Miller asked and received permission to saw them in half and collect samples for C-14 testing of any bone collagen that might be extracted. Indeed both bones contained collagen and conventional dates of 30,890 ± 380 radiocarbon years (RC) for the Triceratops and 23,170 ±170 RC years for the Hadrosaur were obtained using the Accelerated Mass Spectrometer (AMS). Total organic carbon and/or dinosaur bone bio-apatite was then extracted and pretreated to remove potential contaminants and concordant radiocarbon dates were obtained, all of which were similar to radiocarbon dates for megafauna.
Read the rest of "Recent C-14 Dating of Fossils including Dinosaur Bone Collagen" here.