The Discovery of Dino DNA


Is the age of the earth old or young? Does anyone really know? These questions have long been debated, but the evidence for a young earth keep mounting up, and it’s happening at the expense of evolutionists, who believe the earth is about 4.5 billion years old.

When the movie Jurassic Park came out, I was amazed and fell in love with the dinosaurs on-screen. They seemed as real as I could imagine them. I applied my suspension of disbelief and enjoyed watching these massive creatures roam the earth once again. But I couldn’t help but wonder if it was really possible to extract dino DNA from the belly of a mosquito preserved in amber. Some years later, however, after watching interviews with experts, they assured us that dinosaur DNA couldn’t survive 65 million years, even if preserved in amber.

But what if the earth wasn’t billions of years old?…

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Posted on April 20, 2022, in Miscellaneous. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I have no doubt they existed there are plenty of bones to prove that, but what they actually looked like and what they are guess work at best. Camels have fangs and they are herbivores so pointy teeth really means little. I believe in a young earth. One reason is things got buried deeper than they would have except there was this little worldwide flood. For all we know they might be putting them all together wrong.

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