Unthinkable: Neuron Fossils Found in Igneous Rock

Reply Mon 23 Jan, 2012 01:31 am
Unthinkable: Neuron Fossils Found in Igneous Rock

Many people think igneous rocks cannot contain fossils. However, the following micrograph shows fossilized neurons in a thin section of basalt, which is an igneous rock formed from volcanic lava:
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Reply Mon 23 Jan, 2012 06:15 am
More and more, I thinkm that you are jut posting your crap to develop a "can" of submissions so that, when you are involved in your phoney science ipsidixitism, you can have a back "catalog" of tripe with which you are supposedly using as scientific "evidence"

The only fossil in a basalt that is known is out in the Columbia basalts of the Pliocene eruption cycle. In this eruption, "flood basalts" trapped a wooly rhinocerous and actually formed a "CAST" like the poor souls in Pompei and Herculaneum.

There are NO fossils of any kind in igneous rocks. PS why did you focus on basalt, how about Tholeite, granodiorite, Diorite,Tonalite, etc etc.

Im glad A2K has been removing your stupid website. We are not that gullible herein. Go somewhere else and try out your crap.
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Reply Mon 23 Jan, 2012 10:40 am
bewildered wrote:
Unthinkable: Neuron Fossils Found in Igneous Rock
What kind of animal did the neuron come from? Or was it just a disembodied neuron that stumbled into some magma, resisted being incinerated and then "fossilized" somehow?
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