Mystery of preserved T Rex tissue solved

Mystery of preserved T Rex tissue solved

There are 10 comments on the Daily Mail story from Nov 29, 2013, titled Mystery of preserved T Rex tissue solved. In it, Daily Mail reports that:

It was thought that the existence of soft tissue, which was found inside the leg of an adolescent Tyrannosaurus unearthed in Montana was scientifically impossible.

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coelophysis

Durham, NC

#1 Nov 30, 2013
at least daily mail is a tabloid of course they did not talk about rebuttul that the bird protein was a fraud because the scienetist was dirty and messy the same guy admited the test was a fraud he made a mistake. on his rebuttal he did not put right evidence what his critic wanted in the report so test=fraud.the story is on wired magazine its on the internet.origin of species t.rex femur spark a scientific .the story probaly is a fraud no critic has seen the report just a lot of trash talking and lieing by whining scientist that can not accept overwhelming evidence dinosaur is a gator.other faud test design for uninform public for milking the dino
coelophysis

Durham, NC

#2 Nov 30, 2013
oooooops other=another/.and this is the same guy on his final report he keep out the right detail in his report and then claiming they are facts just like the protofeather they forgot to tell the public that it was found in shark sea snake and dolphin that the test = fraud yeah those magic words .
coelophysis

Durham, NC

#3 Nov 30, 2013
hemoglobin protein they do not have technology to find that and the blood vessle are bacterial iron rich spheres is framboids dr mary schweitzer team has a lot of cliam since the 1990's as facts with a lot hype. later to be found out to be a fraud like there latest stunt that critic did not see the evidence all it is is just talk and to keep fraud dino bird link going in the public and to defame these dinocroc and other dino croc evidence they have no evidence at all.when is the media going to stop giving these people time of day they are known to be lier .this is on creation.com .dinosaur soft tissue and protein even more confirmation
coelophysis

Durham, NC

#4 Nov 30, 2013
they allways hype the detail more than what it is may be 100 more years protein made it so it is close to 1 million years the t.rex fossil is 68 millon years ago. the evidence are so good so they need more fossil evidence yeah yeah yeah yeah=not finish and a stunt and a scam
imadonkey

Anonymous Proxy

#6 Dec 4, 2013
You should write for a tabloid, you would make their current 'journalists' look intelligent.

Since: Aug 11

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#7 Dec 4, 2013
imadonkey wrote:
You should write for a tabloid, you would make their current 'journalists' look intelligent.
Here we go, a guy with the name imadonkey is trying to tell us who is is intelligent and who is not. Lol

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#9 Dec 5, 2013
imadonkey wrote:
<quoted text>Oh wow, I'm being talked down to by a crude, illiterate paedophilic aussie. How quaint.

Got anything new?
Peadophilic says the guy trying to make friends on the dinosaur forum. Quaint sums it up well!

And talking about new, calling people illiterate on this forum seems to be the generic comeback.
You guys think if people are getting laid and not getting fats over dinosaurs then they're illiterate. Sorry bub, you're just lame and lesser!
imadonkey

Anonymous Proxy

#10 Dec 5, 2013
normal Aussie wrote:
Peadophilic says the guy trying to make friends on the dinosaur forum.
Been here since 2009 - I would advise you to actually have half a clue of what you are talking about before running your mouth, else you end up looking incompetent.
And talking about new, calling people illiterate on this forum seems to be the generic comeback.
You guys think if people are getting laid and not getting fats over dinosaurs then they're illiterate. Sorry bub, you're just lame and lesser!
My, I seem to have aroused your anger.

If you had even a basic concept of the English language you wouldn't have made such a royal cockup of understanding what we mean when we call you illiterate - but in doing so you've given us a mighty fine example of it.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#11 Dec 5, 2013
imadonkey wrote:
<quoted text>Been here since 2009 - I would advise you to actually have half a clue of what you are talking about before running your mouth, else you end up looking incompetent.

[QUOTE]
And talking about new, calling people illiterate on this forum seems to be the generic comeback.
You guys think if people are getting laid and not getting fats over dinosaurs then they're illiterate. Sorry bub, you're just lame and lesser!
"

My, I seem to have aroused your anger.

If you had even a basic concept of the English language you wouldn't have made such a royal cockup of understanding what we mean when we call you illiterate - but in doing so you've given us a mighty fine example of it.
Lol, you think I'm angry at what a loner on the dinosaur forum thinks? You give yourself too much credit Mr Donkey.

So you can't understand my writing?

“'QUANDARY'”

Since: Oct 12

Cheshire UK

#12 Dec 5, 2013
normal Aussie wrote:
<quoted text>
Lol, you think I'm angry at what a loner on the dinosaur forum thinks? You give yourself too much credit Mr Donkey.
So you can't understand my writing?
Ahem!!

He's merely pointing out the bleeding obvious...
You are a f***ing idiot.

To be laughed AT... not WITH.

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