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Pearl Necklace said...

Meanwhile, the view that geological "system" is widespread, as
untenable, as first considered by us, it is equally absurd, if
to consider it a priori, and equally inconsistent with the facts. Although known
group of formations, classed together under the heading of oolitic, maybe
to be distributed over more than one layer
from this group, however, it is sufficient to examine the circumstances of its deposition,
to ensure that the oolitic group, as well as each of the individual
its constituent formations, has purely local origin and that are unlikely to
can exist in any other location group, it is
corresponding in its signs and the time of its inception and
the end. The formation of such groups requires the area of subsidence, in
which were dumped layers that make up the group. Each area of subsidence
must be limited; and to assume that somewhere in
another place there are groups of layers that are completely consistent with those
which is known as the oolitic, would be to assume that
modern each other areas of the subsidence occurred exactly the same
processes. We have no reason to believe it is and have all
reason to believe the opposite. None of the modern geologists no
dare to say that in modern each other's areas of subsidence
the whole space of the globe, there may be conditions that
required for the formation of oolite; every geologist will tell you that
the respective groups of formations required in other places will in all
probability, present a completely different mineral characteristics. Moreover, not
only the phenomena occurring in these modern each other areas
subsidence would be more or less different in essence, but barely
there are at least two such cases in which these phenomena would coincide in
the time of its beginning and end. The assumption that separate parts of the earth
the surface can start to settle at the same time and to cease to settle, too
at the same time, is faced by a large preponderance of probabilities, and meanwhile
only this kind of coincidence could produce the corresponding to each other
group layers.