Dinosaur Protein Denial





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Published on May 17, 2011

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In this episode Richard Fangrad and Calvin Smith discuss amino acids (constituents of proteins) found in both hadrosaur skin and a claw, and how evolutionists would have charged "contamination" if actual proteins had been found. However, dinosaur protein has been found in a partially fossilized Tyrannosaurus Rex leg bone!

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From Creation magazine 32(2) Dino protein denial

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