© Lloyd, Charles Chandler
- Dinosaur fossils date by C14 to 20 or 30 thousand years.
- Proteins and DNA are still intact in some dinosaur bones, though they're supposed to degrade away in a few thousand years.
- Some dinosaur bones in the Liscomb bone bed on the north slope in Alaska were found to be frozen, like mammoths, but not fossilized.
- Many very delicate organisms are found fossilized in many strata. An example is schools of jelly fish. There are many others. The only way such things can fossilize is by rapid burial under much sediment. Such creatures are found intact, but under normal conditions would decay too quickly to fossilize.
- Some fossils, esp. trees, are found in vertical or diagonal positions extending through many strata, supposedly millions of years old. A dead tree could only stand for a few years before falling over and decaying. All of the strata that a tree fossil penetrates have to have been deposited at the same time, over days or months, not millions of years.
- It is demonstrated in the lab that coal, petroleum and strata can form rapidly. It has not been demonstrated that any of those can form gradually.