Carbon dating dinosaur fossil
Yake," Creation Research Society Quarterly, 9, 1996.
A response by Bill Yake followed this letter.) Comment.
So why are there great fossil graveyards of dinosaurs, where the bones of millions of these beasts lie entombed in vast heaps, together with the piles of fossilized mammals, fish, insects, plants etc., testifying that they all perished together in a great mass death? Let us find out what Stein and Rowe have to say about the process of fossilization.
They state: "Effective fossilization usually depends on having hard parts, such as bones or shells, and being buried immediately after death. The point of ultimate burial and fossilization may be hundreds of miles from the place of death." They then give us four conditions necessary for the preservation of fossils.
One thing that is certain is that the Karoo deposits are immense and packed with bones.Every living thing that moved on the earth perished--birds, livestock, wild animals, all the creatures that swarm over the earth, and all mankind.Everything on dry land that had the breath of life in its nostrils died.Corliss THE KAROO: THE GREATEST VERTEBRATE GRAVEYARD Click and drag photo to resize.
Script from The Java Script Source In SF#104, we mentioned a vast bone bed consisting mainly of fish remains.
Only one possible event could simultaneously meet all of these conditions: The onrush of swift moving sediment from a tremendous, worldwide Flood."--End Quote....