University Of Georgia Claims Dinosaur Samples Are 20,000-40,000 Years Old And Not Millions

Research from the University of Georgia’s Center for Applied Isotope Studies on the collagen breakdown in a sample of various dinosaur bones has yielded some astonishing results. According to the researchers, some of the dinosaur bones in the samples appeared to be thousands of years old. This unusual reading seems to contradict the notion that all of the dinosaurs that once roamed the Earth became extinct tens of millions of years ago.


According to the researchers, the soft tissue that they analyzed appeared to have been decomposing and eroding for thousands of years rather than millions. Naturally, these results seemed completely baffling to the researchers who presumed that the dinosaurs in question, including a Tyrannosaurus Rex and a Triceratops, have been extinct for many millions of years. They decided to submit the samples for radiocarbon dating to see if there was an issue with their testing process. To their absolute astonishment, they claim, the bones appeared to one be 40,000 years old.

The team has expressed a great deal of disappointed with the broader scientific community’s response to their incredible findings. They claim that their research has been largely ignored and snubbed and other paleoethology centers have actually refused to test their findings by replicating the carbon dating results. While the team said that their findings had been published in scientific journals in Germany and Italy, the scientific community in the United States has completely refused to publish any of their work on dinosaur bone dating. “This is not the scientific way, ignoring new information because it does not fit your present ideas!” exclaimed a spokesman from the research team.

Critics of the research have said that the results cannot be taken seriously as the research was not submitted for peer review in the correct manner. They have also denied the very core of the team’s conclusions saying that the geological evidence strongly suggests that the dinosaurs in question had been buried in the earth for millions of years as opposed to thousands. It has been suggested that other conflicting factors may have led to the unusual dating. However, despite the fact that many people are taking this new research with a pinch of salt, there is a growing belief that dinosaurs survived on Earth much longer than scientists have previously supposed.

By Lukas Magnuson

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