The Case of “68 Million Year Old” Soft Tissue?
Two chemists team up to tackle one giant question: Can dinosaur soft tissue really last 68 million years? Imagine the perplexity of the scientific community if they found preserved, stretchy tissue STILL IN dinosaur bones? Would it change our view of these fossilized creatures being millions of years old? Dr. Ed Boudreaux was Professor of Chemistry and Chemical and Chemical Physics at University of New Orleans, and former president of Rocky Mountain Creation Fellowship in Denver, Colorado. Dr. John DeMassa earned his Ph.D in Organic Chemistry from the University of Massachusetts and is an Industrial Chemist holding multiple US and World Patents.