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* "65-million" Year Old photos above are actually old news, whereas all the latest published journal papers, through 2014, are listed chronologically, below.
As for these photos though, North Carolina State University discovered this original biological tissue from a supposedly 65-million year old photos at Smithsonian Magazine and MS-NBC, and see an early Nat'l Geographic report.
As you view the exciting scientific discoveries below in this chronological catalog, please feel free to listen to Real Science Radio co-hosts Fred Williams and Bob Enyart observe their annual tradition of presenting dinosaur soft tissue and other amazing discoveries including short-lived left-handed amino acids, DNA, and Carbon 14, all in bones and other specimens from dinosaur-layer Mesozoic and even deeper strata.
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"Human Remains from the Pleistocene-Holocene Transition of Southwest China Suggest a Complex Evolutionary History for East Asians." PLo S ONE 7, no. Breakup and early seafloor spreading between India and Antarctica Gaina, Carmen, R.
Signals of Barremian (116 Ma) or younger oceanic crust beneath the Bay of Bengal along 14N latitude between 81E and 93E, Mar.