“Creation in the 21st Century” episode: “Soft Tissue Found In Dinosaur Fossils” with Joe Taylor of “Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum”

DID YOU KNOW? Paleontologists have found ‘soft tissue’ in dinosaur fossil remains. According to evolutionary theory, dinosaurs went extinct around 65 million years ago. If this is true, then why are we finding blood vessels, and other examples of ‘soft tissue’; in the fossils of creatures that closely resemble what we know today as “Dinosaurs”? Watch this week’s episode of Creation in the 21st Century as David Rives welcomes paleontologist Joe Taylor to talk about “Soft Tissue Found In Dinosaur Fossils”.

Creation in the 21st Century with David Rives
Episode 37. “Creation in the 21st Century” episode: “Soft Tissue Found In Dinosaur Fossils” with guest Joe Taylor of “Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum” – First Aired on 11/26/14

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During the Genesis Flood, the opening of the “fountains of the great deep” may have caused worldwide mud slides and buried trillions of these complex marine creatures, before they could curl up and die. Approx. 5 inches long. This is a realistic cast replica of this incredible fossil preserved in time. Please allow extra time for delivery, as some of these casts are hand-made on demand.

This an exact replica CAST of a Trilobite that was found. Expertly crafted by paleontologist Joe Taylor and his skilled team of casters at the Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum in Crosbyton, Texas, this specimen is highly detailed to look just like the original artifact.

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In this 207 page paperback book, paleontologist Joe Taylor of Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum in Crosbyton Texas, presents evidence that has been found to suggest the past existence of very large giant men, women and what seems to be fossils of giant animals.

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