This is hysterical.
Creationists (the Muslim, Hindu and Christian Creationists all disagree with each other, by the way) and their apologists running around like they have ever, even once proved anything), over a discovery that merely makes scientists go "Oooo, I didn't know that could happen. How does that happen?"
An understanding of the nature of science (that it is formative and not summative) would make someone realise that this doesn't effect evolution theory in the least bit. The fact of whether soft tissues can or cannot survive millions of years in fossilised bone does not falsify the multiple methods of dating that are used to place a specimen chronologically.
Evolution isn't about single pieces of evidence making that much difference (fosillised Nikes from the Cretaceous excepted). It is about how a vast web of evidence all fits into the theory.
But as I have yet to meet a Creationist or ID'er who can accurately define evolution correctly, people tilting at windmills is inevitable. Additionally, the fact that their beliefs are revelatory, in other words summative, tends them to leap to unsupported conclusions.