Friday, July 25, 2014

CSUN Sued By Scientist Who Found Soft Dinosaur Tissue

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Attorneys for a California State University, Northridge scientist who was terminated from his job after discovering soft tissue on a triceratops fossil have filed a lawsuit against the university.

While at the Hell Creek Formation excavation site in Montana, researcher Mark Armitage discovered what he believed to be the largest triceratops horn ever unearthed at the site, according to attorney Brad Dacus of Pacific Justice Institute.
Upon examination of the horn under a high-powered microscope back at CSUN, Dacus says Armitage was “fascinated” to find soft tissue on the sample – a discovery Bacus said stunned members of the school’s biology department and even some students “because it indicates that dinosaurs roamed the earth only thousands of years in the past rather than going extinct 60 million years ago.”
Armitage’s findings were eventually published in July 2013 in a peer-reviewed scientific journal.
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Mark Armitage has been a scientist for over 30 years. 
After the soft tissue was discovered, an administrator at CSUN told Armitage that they would not tolerate his religion in their department and was let go. The school claims lack of funding for the "temporary" position. However as I say, timing is always key, and this is NO exception. Just as Ben Stein, documented in "Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed" movie, credible, reasonable Christians who are scientists are black listed by bigoted and  agenda-driven evolutionists who won't tolerate evidence nor a different view other than their own religion of evolution, even when evidence proves them wrong. That's not science. That's an agenda and a bias. They should at least be honest they are working with presuppositions and a bias (everyone does). 

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