Porphyrins Decomposed Chlorophyll & Red Blood Cells Abound in Sedimentary Rock Organic Material by Noah’s Flood


Organic material called porphyrin from chlorophyll is residual in the sedimentary rock layers, usually associated with deposits of coal and oil from entombed debris of plants and animals, chemically almost identical to the porphyrin of red corpuscles found in dinosaur fossils, porphyrins which are organic and so should have degraded long ago if those deposits really are millions of years of age.