The resulting rock strata may harbor fossils from a particular habitat area or ecosystem, but do not represent a particular age or era.
Why else do we find marine fossils on the tops of all the major mountain ranges?
In geology, the buzzword is “The present is the key to the past” – but today – no 100 mile cavern systems are being formed, vitually no fossils are being formed, and no new strata covering entire continents are being laid down. Unfortunately, uniformitarianism has gripped geology academia and no other viewpoints are allowed.
What we see around the earth are huge layers of sedimentary rock filled with dead things. This evolutionary assumption has become a naturalistic religion, an ideology established already before Darwin published his book in 1859.
The standard Geological Column became the reference point, even though it does not appear anywhere on earth except in text books.All the canyon layers are ocean bottom sediments, filled with fossils of ocean-dwelling creatures and plants almost a mile high from top to bottom.The Cardenas Basalt bottom layer (below the Cambrian explosion) is usually dated with Rhobidium -Strontium and calculated to be about 1 billion years old.That concept began with eighteenth-century French naturalist Georges Cuvier, picked up steam with Charles Lyell, and it has been in vogue ever since.This is despite the fact that it causes more problems for interpreting rock strata than it solves.