Comment: No one is asking her to jump to conclusions

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No one is asking her to jump to conclusions

It's your interpretation that's way off base.

What the research justifies is an admission by her that either the dino bones she examined aren't anywhere near 65 million years old or else the estimates for tissue and DNA survival rates are off by orders of magnitude. One or the other is true but not both, which means in either case that a lot of people are responsible for some really bad science. There is no middle ground where she can remain comfortably compromised while trying to appear neutral so as not to upset her atheist colleagues.

She's had two decades to straighten this out but has refused to do so. That's disingenuous. Yet, the more she has discovered the more certain it is that those bones are only thousands of years old, not millions.

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