We lived at the same time as people, and in some cases got along quite well. But in other cases... well let me put it to you straight, you ate us. Yes, people ate dinosaurs and the facts about how you hunted us and ate us were recorded in the journals of Marco Polo.

How long does blood last? What about red blood cells and vessels? When an animal dies in the forest, how long does the soft tissue last? Not long. You don't see carcasses of bears, deer or elk littering the forest floor. Nobody thought to look until recently, but now that they've looked your scientists have found red blood cells, blood vessels and soft tissue in dinosaur bones.

Carbon 14 dating is used to determine the age of organic materials that are assumeds to be less than 100,000 years old. If something is older than 1000,000, there is no carbon 14 left. Dinosaur bones have been tested for carbon 14 and it has been found. Proving that those bones are certainly not millions of years old.