Skip to comments.Fossilized Brain May Give Paleontologists Headache
Posted on 07/28/2014 9:10:12 AM PDT by fishtank
Fossilized Brain May Give Paleontologists Headache
by Brian Thomas, M.S. *
Who has ever heard of a fossilized brain? Few would expect such a discovery, yet it looks like that's what researchers found inside a Stone Age skull from Norway. If so, it would confirm a published creation prediction and challenge many evolutionary timescales.
Ten archaeologists have been digging out fossilized human remains from a fjordside location called Brunstad, an area that encompasses two Stone Age human encampments.1 The scientists' findings include Norway's oldest unburned skeletal remains and a skull remnant with an unexpected attachment.
University of Oslo archaeologist and Stone Age expert Gaute Reitan told the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation NRK, "Inside [the skull] is something rather grey and clay-like. You can just think for yourself what that may be."1
The team thinks they have uncovered brains inside the partially buried skull. If further research verifies this, how could brains last that long?
(Excerpt) Read more at icr.org ...
ICR article image.
Fossilized brain?Paging Joe Biden.
"Did someone say Fossilized Brain?"
Another brainstorm from the Institute for Creative Research.
Never underestimate the solid brain power of a Viking!
These guys are really embarassing.
They are the Christian equivalent of the Glow-bull warming crowd.
And yes, I am a Christian. I just think God created those laws of physics for a reason and that reason was NOT to fool us.
You evolutionists never proved that the Earth is round either.
Thanks fishtank. It’s always refreshing to view the truth in a world of evolutionary lies.
Love Marty “You take one bag; I’ll take the other..Need Any Help?” Feldman
In the ongoing slagfest of “Evo” v. “Crevo”, this line from the article is pitiful, “The team thinks they have uncovered brains inside the partially buried skull. If further research verifies this, how could brains last that long?”
The short answer is similarly to how dinosaur DNA survived in bugs found in amber, and let’s not forget the actual, perfectly preserved human brains found in skulls in Warm Mineral Springs, FL.
I knew eating Lutefisk had it's advantages................
I have never seen a fish evolve into a man so that proves all animals must came from Noah’s Ark, together, then they all hiked and swam the oceans to the far corners of the earth.
Evolution is not scientifically based like Creation is, Creation is based on key facts like missing bones.
Must be Monday! I read that headline as “Fossilized Brian May” and thought, “The guy from Queen???”
No, That’s Freddy. He be fossilized now.................
I suppose the evolutionists are consulting the climate change people on how to ‘adjust’ the data.
The Stone Age encampment where the brains were found is dated to 8,000 years ago. We’re supposed to ask “how could brains last that long?” about 8,000 years but be fine with the idea that they could last 4,500 years?
When will you realize that ICR’s purpose is not to explain but to deceive?
Nah, that is taught in basic statistics classes at every university.
“I’ll take the blonde, you take the one in the turban! (woof)”
And at the same time believe that the dating methods are all wrong.
>>The short answer is similarly to how dinosaur DNA survived in bugs found in amber...
Don’t trust Hollywood movies to give you accurate, hard science.
Yeppers, secular scientists have always gotten it right; just look at their findings on global warming, homosexuallity, abortion, etc.
Oh, that’s not gonna last long...
Exactly! Can you imagine the world we might be living in if secular scientists didn't always get it wrong? We might have ways to treat people for diabetes, or prevent them from getting polio. We might have managed to get off this rock and visit other planets. We might even have a way to discuss all these things without having to be in the same room.
I'm just glad they're not teaching science to my kids.
And at the same time believe that the dating methods are all wrong.
I know they are wrong as I haven’t had a date in ages...
Strange - you replied to someone else’s post.
I commented that the image wouldn’t be up for long.
I’m actually surprised that it’s still there...
Are they sure it wasn't a parrot?
It's impossible to take anything form ICR seriously. They are an embarrassment to religion.
Why? It’s simply depicting them as if they were neanderthals, like the one I posted above for Joe “the Brain” Biden.
Probably just as well. All it takes is for one person to come up with a bad date and it automatically ruins all the dates anyone else ever had or ever will have, so there's virtually no chance it would be any good if you got one.
Well, that certainly makes me feel better.....
Oh, I know. And if you’re of the “all one race” or “everyone should be treated equally” mindset, that should be no more offensive than Joe’s pic.
But you know that the world has a double standard.
Mighty good teeth on that “caveman”.
My bad—I think I clicked to another tab and then came back to post, obviously hit the wrong Post Reply button.
A lot better than mine! They’re supposed to have had crooked and broken yellow teeth. And those were the good ones! The ones that hadn’t fallen out yet! Lol.
Who’d want it?!It spent too much time up his orifice,the methane gases pickled it.
Get ‘em out of here,they’re not house broke.
Jonas Salk wasn't a secularists, he beleived there was a God. Nice try though.
I only mentioned the Amber DNA as a humorous pull on your chain. I'll remember the sarcasm and/or irony tag next time.
Were you aware of the DNA work done on the Kennowick Man bones? Successful results for $400 when done by the local officials. Fedzilla bureau-scientist spent some $10,000 and got invalid results.
Most scientists believe in God. You don't know that the ones who made the Norwegian discovery don't also. The question, when you talk about "secular science," isn't whether the scientist believes in God, but whether they only seek conclusions that validate their beliefs--as ICR does--or just do science. By the way, this is what Salk had to say about evolution: "Of course evolution is real. DNA mutates, and that makes evolution one of the most powerful forces in nature. But who set evolution into motion? Can't God have done that? I can't stand it when the ideologues take over on something like this."
Yeppers, secular scientist never seek conclusions that validate their beliefs.
Psyops. Whoever controls the terms controls the debate. Using "secular" as if it was synonymous with "atheist" is a gambit to create polarization, in support of false dichotomies.
Dr. Frankenstein: Igor, a little help with the bags!
Igor: Sure! You take the Blonde, and I'll take the one in the turban!
Dang it! Shoulda read ahead...