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When for a long period of slowly settling the mainland inferior
place the wide ocean with a few miles of depth, the bottom of which is not
may form sediments, brought by rivers or washed from the shores, and
when, after another vast period of time, the bottom of this ocean
again begins to slowly rise and become a place of formation of new
layers, not obvious that fossils contained in these new
strata will, in all likelihood, have very little in common with fossil
the remnants of the layers lying under them? Take for example the Northern part of the
Of the Atlantic ocean. We have already mentioned the fact that between England and
United States the ocean floor is covered by Cretaceous sedimentary layer, beginning
this process dates back, in all probability, even to the time when
there was a great subsidence of the earth's crust, which appeared
The Atlantic ocean in the distant geological epoch. This chalk consists of
tiny shells mnogogrannyj shells (Forammifera), which
mixed with the remains of small crustaceans Magnolia (Ento mostraca) and
in all probability, a small number of pteropod shells (Pteropoda), although
the probe so far has not brought a single copy of the latest Such
this way, this new Cretaceous formation in higher organic forms
is perfect space. Rarely is the bones of some
the polar bear off the ice, could fall to the seabed or
dead rotting whale could similarly leave traces. But
such remains must be so rare that, even assuming
this new chalk formation is available to immediate observation, the whole STO
years can pass before they will open it But suppose now that
after a few million years the floor of the Atlantic ocean will rise up and over the top
it is overlain by strata of the coastal or estuary precipitation, precipitation of these will contain
the remnants of flora and fauna, before from falling in
the underlying layers, making them very easy to take over the newly created shape.
So, we see that near continuity of life on the earth's surface
not only can, but must exist a lot of breaks in the chain of fossil
residue, that's why these breaks cannot be considered as
the arguments that speak against the theory of gradual development.
We have to address another common doctrine, and this doctrine
more than any other influences relevant to the question of gradual development.