Fossil pollen dating
In that context, distinct flora and fauna fossils do not represent separate Finally, the Bible’s timeline shows a creation that is thousands, not billions, of years old, erasing any need to explain why pollen grains buried deep in fossil layers look so similar to that of living herbs and flowers. Indeksowanie czasopism - zobacz polecane bazy.__________________________________ In this study, we have investigated changes of vegetation in the Mediterranean Region of Turkey approximately for the last 5000 years using pollen analysis .And instead of the few primitive-looking pollens that evolutionary scientists were expecting to find in lower rock layers, the researchers discovered pollens of different but already well-developed types.The study authors wrote of the “sudden appearance” of angiosperm fossils “on most continents as well as the rapid radiation of numerous clades [which] implies a considerable diversification within approximately 3.5 Ma or else it represents a wave of immigration from other areas.” In other words, they had difficulty explaining how such a wide variety of flowering plants suddenly occur in this Triassic layer.To account for this difficulty, the authors invoked speculative “stem relatives,” writing that “considering the hundred million year gap in the record as well as morphological differences to the earliest Cretaceous we suggest that these pollen grains most likely represent stem relatives of the angiosperms.” Why call these fossils “stem relatives of the angiosperms” instead of simply “angiosperms”?
Job also affirms that God made behemoth “along with you,” meaning during the creation week when God made angiosperms, dinosaurs, and man.
243Ma [million years]), a record that predates the generally accepted first occurrence of angiosperm pollen by more than 100Ma.” Their accompanying color photographs show pollen-grain features diagnostic of flowering plants, clearly not gymnosperms like palms or cycads.
“The described pollen grains show all the essential features of angiosperm pollen,” according to their report.
They encountered another challenge in trying to decipher why, after this sudden burst of supposed evolutionary creativity, angiosperms avoided fossilization for 100 million years.
The study authors wrote, “If we accepted the monosulcate [single-groove angiosperm] pollen from the Middle and Late Triassic as evidence for a pre-Cretaceous origin of crown group [ancestral] angiosperms the lack of fossil records throughout the Jurassic would remain difficult to explain.” Reasoning in a Circle?This exactly fits these pollen fossils’ sudden appearance.