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Fresh Blood Clots in a Fossilized Amphibian

For years scientists who are brave enough to go looking for it have been finding fresh tissue in dinosaur bones. While some of these investigators are still committed to having their real-world evidence and their millions of years too, others have a different presumption about the past.

Mark Armitage is one of these researchers who accepts God’s timeline of earth’s history rather than the naturalists’, and he has a distinct advantage over most biblical creationists. He used to teach science students how to use high-powered microscopes. He certainly knows how to use them himself!

Today’s video is short and simple. No talking—not even music. Just a sample of tissue taken from a fossil and showing some amazing, in situ, preservation of blood clotted inside the vessels of an extinct amphibian conventionally dated to around 250 million years ago:

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You can find out more about Armitage’s current research at his ministry’s website:

Cacops fossil depiction
Cacops fossil depiction

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Written by Cheri Fields

Hi, I’m Cheri Fields: 2nd generation homeschooling mom of seven, wife, writer, and science lover. There is a wealth of information available to help people see how trustworthy God and His testimony in the Bible is. The key is to explain concepts simply so they can be understood by anyone. This is my goal, and I’ve had a lot of fun tackling areas where the world tests our faith.

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