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Further, the group used C-14 dating in order to help solve a mystery that has puzzled scientists lately.

The Ancient Origins article has a table of dinosaur fossils analyzed by the Paleochronology Group in their report and some of the ages of certain dinosaurs are fairly interesting.They dated the second horn, GDFM 12.001b, at 41,010 years plus or minus 220 years.Triceratops means “three horned face” and this species of dinosaur was a herbivorous ceratopsid dinosaur that first appeared in the late Maastrichtian stage of the Late Cretaceous Period which was around 68 million years ago according to mainstream paleontological wisdom.I really don’t care if new discoveries wreck someones theory or cost them their funding because we are suppose to be scientists and scientists are suppose to pursue truth no matter where that truth may lead.As scientists we must follow the chain of verifiable evidence! The Ancient Origins article refers to two Triceratop brow horns that were excavated in May 2012 by Paleontologist Otis Kline, Jr and Microscope Scientist Mark Armitage along with Kevin Anderson a microbiologist and paleontologist.For instance, a fossil from the dinosaur known as Allosaurus was dated at 31,360 years old /- 100 years.Another fossil from a Apatosaurus was dated at 38,250 years old /- 160 years.The reason mainstream scientists believe that the dinosaurs died out around 66 million years ago is that they have based that estimate on radiometric dating of the volcanic layers found above and below fossil finds.However, some scientists such as the Paleochronology Groups assert that this method is flawed and that it is a method by which “serious problems and gross assumptions must be made.” So up until recently scientists neglected using Carbon-14 dating on the actual fossils of dinosaur bones to derive their C-14 content and not only were they neglecting to do so but they were actually refusing to do so!As the Ancient Origins article reports the C-14 analysis of the two Triceratops horns is not unique as numerous C-14 tests have been conducted on several dinosaur fossil bones and those too have generated dates not in the millions of years but in the thousands of years.Models generated by the Paleochronology Group predicted that dinosaur fossil bones would contain significant amounts of C-14 and, in fact, they did and the dates generated ranged from between 22,000 and 39,000 years BP.


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