Dinosaur Blood and the Age of the Earth

Fazale RanaDr. Fazale Rana  |  8.8.2016
In 2005, a team of paleontologists led by Mary Schweitzer discovered 70-million- year-old, fossilized-dinosaur eggs that contained soft tissue. Since that time other such findings have been found, including remnants of dinosaur blood. What do such artifacts tell us about the age of the earth? Might these discoveries be a first step toward “Jurassic Park”-type experimentation in our day? These are some of the questions we will bring to research biochemist Dr. Fazale Rana. Dr. Rana is the vice president of research and apologetics at Reasons to Believe, a science-faith think tank in Covina, California. Rana earned his Ph.D. in Chemistry at Ohio University. He is the author of The Cell’s DesignCreating Life in the Lab, and co-author of Origins of Life: Biblical and Evolutionary Models Face Off  with Hugh Ross.  |  Link

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