Absolute carbon dating of fossils
But CSUN lost its bid to have the judge summarily throw the case out of court as groundless in July of last year.So CSUN settled with Armitage for 9,500 in 2016, according to .“Evolution is structure supported by two pillars: one is chance, and the other is time.Chance is required because we obviously can’t say that a thinking force created life on earth. If you kick out one of those two pillars the whole structure collapses,” Armitage noted.He had published some 30 articles in scientific journals about his specialty.A graduate of Liberty University, Armitage adheres to the “young earth” view, against the majority of scientists who say our planet is 5 billion years old.The case of Armitage is the latest to show the mounting hostility Christians face in academics and other public arenas.“Soft tissue in dinosaur bones destroys ‘deep time.’ Dinosaur bones cannot be old if they’re full of soft tissue,” Armitage said in a You Tube video. If you don’t have deep time, you don’t have evolution.
If the dinosaur were 65 million years old, the soft tissue could not have possibly remained, he says.Armitage’s complaint, and this voluntary settlement is not an indication of wrong-doing,” according to a CSUN statement published in .