If scientists don’t like the conclusions of the presenters, they should make a case that the underlying data is faulty, instead of censoring it outright.
There are plenty of dinosaur bones out there that could be tested for C-14—one would hope that other researchers will take up the challenge and perform similar analyses to these researchers.
The lead presenter was Dr Thomas Seiler, a German physicist whose Ph D is from the Technical University of Munich.
The video of his presentation was up on You Tube at the time of writing this report.
Unwilling to challenge the data openly, they erased the report from public view without a word to the authors or even to the AOGS officers, until after an investigation.
It won’t be restored.” Indeed, one can go online to see a screen shot of the original program.
Because the research council in Italy was a government agency the book became quite controversial and hit the International science news I hope this info will result in further C-14 studies.
First off I'd like to make a few additions to my previous post as there was a limit on the number of characters. His team encouraged me and our Paleo Group to continue our C-14 dating of dinosaur bones and other fossils.Joe is a field paleontologist and specialist in reconstruction, molding and casting of fossils from the Le Brae Tarpits of LA to director of his own museum in Texas - Mt Blanco Fossil Museum.I am a consulting field and lab chemist with several decades of lab and field research. Regarding a request for a technical paper on this blog here is what can be considered the major peer reviewed one, in Italy from 2009 and so published in Italy and Germany along with other conference papers 2009 at a conference held at the National Research Council of Italy with coauthors in nuclear and geophysics.That is the scientific way to confirm error, as opposed to blatant censorship of data simply because it appears to contradict the established paradigm.CONTINUED: Regarding peer reviewed abstracts at conferences vs.peer reviewed technical papers: We have submitted six abstracts of our C-14 data and all were reviewed and turned down until finally one was accepted for oral and poster presentations at the Asia Oceania Geophysics Society-American Geophysical Union Assembly [AOGS-AGU] of 2000 scientists in Singapore in August of 2012 for the Biogeoscience session.