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Pearl Necklace said...

Such is indeed the General opinion. This proposal seems to
based conventional geological classification. The Silurian system,
Devonian system, the Carboniferous system are represented in our books as
groups of formations which everywhere follow one another in this order from
which each separately is the same everywhere the antiquity. Although, maybe
not saying that this number of systems is widespread, however, the assumption
this, apparently, is accepted as correct. In North and South America, Asia,
in Australia, the series of layers added to one or the other of these groups, and one
from the reasons adduced to justify this reckoning is
they are known for mineral signs, and lying on each other in
known order. Although, in all probability no informed geologist not
would argue that the European classification of strata is applicable to all
the globe, however, all geologists or at least most of them
I write so, as if really it were so. Between the readers
geological books nine-tenths render the impression that the division of systems
primary, secondary, and tertiary is absolute, unchanging application,
these large rasklineny division into smaller units, of which
each dramatically different from all others, and everywhere can be parsable by
known, inherent characteristics, and that in all parts of the globe these
the secondary system began and ended each with his hand in one and
the same period. Every time they meet with the expression "coal
era", they understand it in the sense that it was the Carboniferous era
for the whole Earth that, as the right says Hugh Miller, it was the epoch when
the whole Earth was covered with vegetation, much more luxurious than in
subsequent periods; and if anyone of these gentlemen in one of our
the colonies met the layer of coal, he would have taken as a
given that the layer of this modern Carboniferous strata of England.