Oh your god!
You mean that things that aren't fossils demonstrate that things that aren't fossils are not fossilized! THIS REVOLUTIONIZES NOTHING!
"Your dog could still suck that marrow and get a meal out of it."
Note that the fossilized bone had to be dissolved with acid from around the remnants of what used to be soft tissue. Not exactly the same as fresh bone. Definitely not even remotely what a dog would try to eat.
"Unfreeze a few Mommoth bones and feed them to your huskies."
I realize that you might have trouble with it, but just because "frozen" and "fossilized" begin with "f" does not mean they are the same thing.
"hundreds of sedimentary layers forming in hours"
That's a link to a picture claiming a small canyon was formed quickly. No one debates that can happen. It's rather well documented. However, a trained geologist looking at the scene, without prior knowledge of how it formed, would be able to determine what happened.
Quickly formed layers of volcanic debris are very different from slowly deposited limestones. If you can demonstrate a thick layer of limestone being deposited in a matter of months from a volcanic eruption, you might just win a Nobel Prize for geology.