Carbon dating dinosaur bones
National Geographic reports that scientist Dallas Abbott from Columbia University has been gathering data and announcing for the past ten years that a giant tsunami deposited ocean floor sediment on Madigascar.
The sediments cover an area 2 times the size of Manhattan and are over 600 feet tall.
Somewhere in the Indian ocean is thought to be where the giant asteroid struck that produced this giant wave.
More shocking is the fact that the microfossils in this sediment were dated to less than 7,000 years ago.
Scientist for the last hundred years have been searching for a crator or remnants of space rock.
Finally in 2008 scientist think they have found an impact site at the bottom of a nearby lake Cheko.
The age of this event has varied from 800 years ago to 200,000 years ago.
It all depends on what age determination method is used and what assumptions are made using the method.
Could these asteroids have caused the earth to crack and continents to move?
our research shows that all dinosaur bones tested have Carbon 14 in them which indicated that they are only thousands not millions of years old.
Since that is the case if in fact these dinosaurs died as a result of the asteroid hit at Chicxulub then the asteroid hit also only thousands of years ago!
Thats a billion times more powerful than the A bombs dropped on Japan in World War II.
It is thought by some to have been the cause of the death of the dinosaurs.