Tyrannosaurus Rex kind of dinosaur

Carbon Radiometric Dating and Neutron Capture Speculation

Before getting into details about potential neutron capture and how it relates to radiometric dating of dinosaur bones, consider this introduction. According to the Paleo-Group web site (“Carbon Dating of Fossils“): Almost all paleontologists never date dinosaur bones, because they have assumed for some time that the bones have to be millions of years old. True science…

long-necked dinosaur

Recent Dinosaurs and Carbon-14 Dating

Carbon radiometric dating of dinosaur bones—that relates to modern pterosaurs indirectly: Recently-living dinosaurs help people to realize that eyewitness reports of flying pterosaurs are more credible than people may have assumed. Yes, I am talking about dinosaurs that have lived relatively recently. Some dinosaurs appear to be well under 1% as old as Westerners have been taught,…

Pterodactyl Attacks and Human Deaths

I rarely mention jaws that snap or claws that scratch. I write more on featherless features of long-tailed creatures, emphasizing both non-bird and non-bat evidence from eyewitnesses, and  I warn against a weakness in Western mentality, pleading for self-inoculation against the intellectual danger of bulverism. Laying aside those points, I’ve recently read the cryptozoology book Bird From Hell, not the best…

Marine Observes Two Pterosaurs

While stationed at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in 1971, Eskin Kuhn saw, in daylight, two pterosaurs flying about 100 feet above the ground. They were close enough for Kuhn to notice details, and, being talented in realistic drawing, he soon sketched what he had observed. That sketch has been around for many years, but it deserves…