For more than a century, the study of dinosaurs has been limited to fossilized bones. Now, researchers have recovered 70 million-year-old soft tissue, including what may be blood vessels and cells, from a Tyrannosaurus rex. “
From, “Scientists recover T-rex soft tissue”, March 2005, msnbc.com
Science cannot explain 70 million year old tissue that is “soft and transparent” as well as “stretchy and flexible” (the discoverer’s words). This T-Rex had to be much younger.
But lots of other evidence points to dinosaurs being recent such as:
• Brass inlays on the tomb of Bishop Richard Bell in the floor of Carlisle Cathedral in 1496 accurately depict sauropod dinosaurs
• A Mesopotamian cylinder seal said to be from around 3,300BC accurately depicts sauropod dinosaurs
• Stone carvings and pottery from various Native American tribes accurately depict sauropod dinosaurs
• The 800 year old Ta Prohm Temple in Cambodia has a stone relief of what appears to be a young stegosaurus
• The Muktinath Temple in Nepal has a dragon-headed fountain that looks just like a ceratopsian dinosaur
• Dinosaur-like creatures are depicted on an ancient synagogue in Umm El-Kanatir in what is now the Golan Heights
• The Ojibwa & Sioux tribes of central North America left drawings in stone & on bark of creatures that look like an ankylosaurus
• The Pima, Yaqui & Illini Native American tribes have accounts of giant flying creatures that killed their people
• The Bible describes both the Behemoth & Leviathan which the man Job had seen, in very dinosaur-like terms
Accidents? Coincidence? Negative, Ghost Rider. The evidence says “dragon legends” abound in nearly every culture from the most primitive to the most advanced and are recorded in art, literature and history because ancient peoples had first-hand experience with dinosaurs.
Millions of years? The above evidence, and much more not listed here, says “no”.