Just a friendly heads-up, I'm not trying to be insulting or anything
I shall take it in the spirit it is given.
As near as this layman can figure; this method has yet to yield Dino-DNA.
Please tell me you are joking. You are doing exactly what country bumkin did. Show me where I said they have found dino DNA. Show me those words or **** off. I have explained several times, imbecile. Read what I wrote :
Thinking about it, who says they are extinct ? Ever eaten a chicken ? It seems the T-Rex's closest living relative (based on DNA) is the chicken.
The proteins are BASED on DNA. The finding of proteins tell them a good deal about the DNA. Your assumption that they found whole strands of DNA is BASED on misreading to suit your own ends.
And I quoted Dr Schweitzer
To a large degree, most of the chemical studies that have been done suggest proteins are more durable than DNA and they have almost the same kind of information because they use DNA as their template....
Have you read Schwietzers ' published opinion about Dino-DNA? (No, you haven't.)
If you want to answer your own questions then fine, talk to yourself in private.
there is certainly no consensus among Schwietzer's peers,
Where did I say there was ? Or am I wrong for siding with an expert and not your deer country bumpkin darling ? If you want to hold his hand because you think he is useless, dont let me stop you.