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"As soon as we reached the conviction that the formation containing nummulites,
it takes up a middle place in the Eocene strata group, we are amazed
comparative proximity to eras, to which must be assigned some
of the most important revolutions in the physical geography of Europe, Asia and North
Africa. All the mountain ranges, as Alps, Pyrenees, Carpathian and Himalayan
the mountains in the Central and upper parts of which are significant
the sizes of the strata containing nummulites, could be formed only
the end of the middle Eocene period" (the Guide, p. 232).
Even more dramatic example, we meet on the next page. Based
the fact that one layer in Claiborne, Alabama, containing "to
four types of sea shells", including contains Cardita
planicosta, "and some other species identical with the European
or at least very close to matching him," sir Charles Lyell
says "highly likely that Claiborne layers
the same antiquity with the Central or bracklesham group in England."
So we see that the author suggests modernity on the basis of such
kind of collectivity that does not exceed a community meet in one
and the same country between the layers, sharply differing from each other in their
ago. Not does this on us such an impression as if
the author has forgotten the aforementioned caveat, expressed by himself? On
this time it's taking, it seems that the species is widely spread in
spatially, had existence, is closely limited in
time; but the reality was quite the opposite. The tendency to
codify disregards the actual evidence and presses
nature in the frame, too close for her infinite variety.
But the objection may be: "Is when different
areas the order in which the layers lie on one another, mineral
signs and fossils are the same, really, and then we cannot
certainty to conclude that formation, represents such a complete similarity
between them, belong to one and the same period? If, for example,
United States we find the same order in which Silurian,
Devonian and Carboniferous systems follow one another, as we do,
if these systems and there are different the same lithological properties and
represent the same fossil evidence, not whether we have a right to conclude that
each of these groups of strata deposited in America at the same periods as