Teenage World Turtle Fossils

The short article featured below uses an analogy of finding a smartphone in a coffin with an Egyptian mummy, and how people would naturally think of shenanigans. After watching some so-called scary videos, people express truly bizarre opinions: Some would say that the device is proof of time travel.

There are things found in paleontology that are just as strange to believers in deep time, but are numerous and cannot be dismissed as one-off anomalies. When soft tissues were found in fossils (not just impressions), some people denied their existence.

Evolutionists try to explain away soft tissues, biomolecules, and more because those things threaten deep time. Cells from a turtle fossil are added to the growing list.
Turtle Fossil, Wikimedia Commons / Daderot (CC0 1.0)
Soft tissues, biomolecules, and other things kind of give the world a teenage look — certainly not a senior citizen appearance. The latest entry in the list are bone cells, proteins and blood vessels from a turtle. There are too many soft tissues to dismiss, and secular scientists are looking for ways to explain how short-lived materials can exist after millions of Darwin years. They need to cowboy up and admit that the evidence is more in keeping with recent creation than deep time. No shenanigans or weird guesses.
The ever-increasing soft tissue finds challenge the millions of years assigned to their fossils. Biomolecules like proteins and DNA decay and disappear in thousands of years, yet biomolecules are still present in all these fossils. In our most recent study, my colleagues and I tested a new protocol to measure protein decay,4 which adds to the protocols already used. Our results confirmed that the proteins decay relentlessly.

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