Soft Tissue in Fossils?

10 Best Evidences for a Young Earth

by Ken Ham on January 19, 2022

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This week we’re looking at evidence that the earth is young . . . not millions of years old. And one of those evidences is soft tissue in fossils.

In the leg bone of a supposedly sixty-five-million-year-old T. rex, scientists found collagen, blood cells, and blood vessels. Now those soft tissues can’t last nearly that long.

Precambrian rocks are considered some of the oldest on earth, and scientists uncovered some tube worm fossils in this rock layer. These fossils had proteins that were still flexible! And they were dated at over half a billion years old. Yet those proteins were still intact and flexible!

Our answer: the fossils are young!

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