If the fossils are in a limestone formation maybe. Otherwise, in a sandstome formation say, I imagine most of the calcium would be replaced by other minerals.
Yup…same as boiling any old rock I expect, pot luck really..
Guess it’s better to eat fossil bones than to kill endangered species for their “magical” parts (like rhino horns).
In my area, fossil bones tend to concentrate heavy metals, including radioactive ones. Definitely not healthful.
Myth and superstition again isn’t it.
When we start believing in old fables and legends and take them as being literal, it always seems to lead to harming someone or something, whether it be a rhino for its horn that might not harm us, but aint good for the poor rhino, or selectively applying parts of ancient books to modern life, someone will always get hurt along the way.
I expect many fossils, boiled up and consumed, have the possibility of containing all kinds of toxins, your radioactive fossils will give one that natural glow I expect…