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They can’t wait for temperate weather. Although the site’s owner, the Huffines Group, has given them an extension to keep digging until next May, the property is eventually scheduled to be developed. After that, any bones still undiscovered will be out of reach.
Originally posted by mblahnikluver
Thats awesome you were there for that!
I have always loved Dinosaurs, they are like kittens to me for some odd reason. Great find indeed!!
Originally posted by sligtlyskeptical
Or that a certian carbon content means something is 95 million years old. I find it incredulous that science can spout out these numbers with a straight face.
How much credibility do you give to such dating?
Originally posted by tyranny22
You say the croc died in the same fire as the Dino that's being un-earthed in the area?
Any chance this may have come from the Chicxulub Crater?
It would appear the critters died approximately 30 million years before the impact. Any thoughts?
Originally posted by Ha`la`tha
reply to post by Byrd
You get to do these things? Oh I am so envious... I wish I could get involved in such things.
Originally posted by Chemley
Awesome find! I think this is soooo cool! Now that whole dating thing, ehh, maybe not so much. I have trouble believing any "carbon" dating in as much as it has to be inexact by its very nature. But, date away, I say.