Professor Fired for Discovering Dinosaur Only 4,000 Years Old
Wednesday, 06 August 2014


A recent archaeological discovery that throws a wrench into the conventional theory of evolution has reportedly cost a California professor his job. Mark Armitage, a former scientist at California State University, Northridge (CSUN), was reportedly fired after claiming to have unearthed a dinosaur fossil that still contains soft, flexible tissue, suggesting that it can't be millions of years old.

A 30-year veteran in his field, Armitage has published many studies over the years in peer-reviewed journals. One of his most recent was published last July, pertaining to a discovery he made at the Hell Creek Formation excavation site in Montana. According to The Christian Post, Armitage was evaluating a triceratops horn fossil when he came across preserved soft tissue.

A lawsuit recently filed in Armitage's defense describes his reaction to the discovery as "fascinated," since flexible matter has never before been discovered on a dinosaur fossil. Naturally, Armitage published his findings -- in this case, he published them in the Elsevier journal Acta Histochemica -- and proceeded to share his findings with his students.

Not long after, Armitage was approached by a CSUN faculty head who reportedly shouted at him, "We are not going to tolerate your religion in this department!" Armitage's finding, of course, contradicts the evolutionary theory that CSUN has embraced for decades, and there doesn't appear to be any room for discussion on the matter, since he was also let go from his position.

"Terminating an employee because of [his] religious views is completely inappropriate and illegal," stated Armitage's lawyer, Brad Dacus, in a public statement. "But doing so in an attempt to silence scientific speech at a public university is even more alarming. This should be a wakeup call and warning to the entire world of academia."



Determining the Age of Dinosaurs, Rocks...


Scientists determine the age of dinosaurs with Radiometry, which is radioactive dating. This method relies on the properties of isotopes. Scientists who use this method typically spend a week to impress you with the details of radioactive decay, half-lives, mass-spectroscopes etc. But they won't give you the basic flaw in this method - you cannot measure the age of a bone/rock using radioactive dating because you were not present to measure the radioactive elements when the bone/rock formed and you did not monitor the way those elements changed over its entire history. 


Instead, today's Scientists simply make assumptions (guess) about the past, and they run with it. Not a valid way to determining age, on anything. 


New Geology reported that something is wrong with the conventional wisdom on dinosaurs, particularly after C14 dating suggested that virtually all dinosaurs found in the US were believed to be between, 22,000 and 39,000 year old at most. It's very far from the 68 million years claimed today!?


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