CRSQ Special iDINO Issue

The Creation Research Society began its iDINO project with the purpose of addressing questions about the preservation of soft-tissue in dinosaur fossils. This issue of the CRSQ presents the results of the first phase of the iDINO study, and represents the "cutting edge" of creation literature on the subject of soft-tissue preservation. Topics include a history of soft-tissue discoveries, a microscopic analysis of tissue in a Triceratops horn, presence of bacterial biofilms, chemistry of tissue preservation, geology of the Hell Creek formation, and the significance of radiocarbon in dinosaur fossils.