Way to go Mark! If you haven’t heard the news, our friend and colleague Mark Armitage has won his lengthy legal battle against California State University Northridge, the university that terminated his employment shortly after he published his findings of dinosaur soft tissue. These soft tissues that Mark and other scientists are repeatedly finding in dinosaur bones have evolutionists in an uproar. For more information about the court case http://www.thecollegefix.com/post/29337/
Soft tissue may refer to any of the tissue in an animal that connects, supports, or surrounds other structures and organs in the body, not being hard tissue such as bone. Soft tissue includes tendons, ligaments, skin, fibrous tissues, fat, muscles, nerves, and blood vessels. Did you know that soft tissue has been found in over 100 different dinosaur bone fossils? If these dinosaurs died out millions and millions of years ago, as evolutionists teach, how would this soft tissue remain intact for so long? Soft tissue in dinosaur remains is tremendous evidence that these dinosaur remains are only a few thousand years old at most, and so are the layers of the earth in which the dinosaur remains are found.
Here are some photos Mark sent us of the Triceratops horn at the dig site at the Hell Creek Formation in Montana.
Did you know that we actually have some of the soft tissue from the Triceratops horn on display right here in our museum! Mark graciously gave us the tissue along with pieces of the horn and frill from the Triceratops! The Creation and Earth History Museum is located at 10946 N Woodside Ave in Santee, CA Stop by and see them on display in our front lobby today!