The preferred method of dating dinosaur fossils is with the radiometric dating method.And the result of this accepted method dates dinosaur fossils to around 68 million years old. Its half-life ($t_$) is only 5,730 years—that is, every 5,730 years, half of it decays away.However, the abstract of the Miller presentation was removed from the website for the conference. Double-click on the box for Wednesday, Room Leo 2, BG02.You will see presentation 5 is missing between 4 and 6.The CRSQ study authors tested seven dinosaur bones, including a from Montana, hadrosaurids, a cartilaginous paddlefish, a bony fish, and fresh-looking wood and lizard bones from Permian layers in Canada and Oklahoma.Five different commercial and academic laboratories detected carbon-14 in all the samples, whether from Cenozoic, Mesozoic, or Paleozoic source rocks. The team also compared the results to several dozen published carbon-14 results for fossils, wood, and coal from all over the world and throughout the geologic column.The theoretical limit for C-14 dating is 100,000 years using AMS, but for practical purposes it is 45,000 to 55,000 years.If dinosaur bones are 65 million years old, there should not be one atom of C-14 left in them.
As little as 200 years ago mainstream English speaking scientist did not believe that stones fell from the sky contrary to all the anecdotal evidence over the past centuries.
The age for all these fossils was found to be less than 50,000 years1.
This is not predicted by conventional evolutionary theory; and other discoveries have been made concerning dinosaurs which also are not predicted by evolutionary theory such as the discovery of soft tissue in bones that are not or are only partially fossilized.
Because radiocarbon decays relatively quickly, fossils that are even 100,000 years old should have virtually characters repeatedly mention "million years ago" in the context of their dinosaurs.
In the movie, fictional scientists essentially resurrect and genetically redesign dinosaurs, pterosaurs, and even a giant mosasaur—creatures supposedly extinct for 65-75 million years.