It was therefore necessary that the patterns of things in the heavens should be purified with these; but the heavenly things themselves with better sacrifices than these.(Hebrews 9:23) KJV
We have a way to account for physical evidence, the banded iron formations and enigmatic Precambrian fossils, in a way that’s strikingly similar to the narrative induced by mainstream science (SciPop).
On the second day God created gravity and initialized the process which SciPop likes to call the core accretion model. The Earth was deposited as concentric layers of sediment around a gravitational singularity.
We all have the same evidence. Our choice of paradigm determines what we think it’s evidence of.– Matty’s Razor
Precambrian formations were deposited on the second day in response to the creation of gravity. Included fossils represent the aquatic life which developed on the first day. They weren’t deposited in Noah’s flood.– Precambrian
The Earth condensed into a solid sphere of concentrically layered sediment. This is consistent with physical remains of Precambrian geological features such as the banded Iron formations. It’s when the fossils of the Ediacaran biota were deposited. Scientists are getting up to speed and have presented evidence that the 3 billion-year-old Earth had water everywhere, but not one continent, study suggests. This is Hypothesis 1.
Linear belts of Precambrian rock composed of banded mixtures of chert and a variety of iron-bearing minerals. They typically occur in belts hundreds to thousands of kilometres long, up to several kilometres wide, and with thicknesses as great as 600m. The rock successions in which these iron formations occur usually lie above high-grade metamorphic rocks, but the iron formations are generally not the basal units in the succession. Banded iron formations occur in the oldest rocks still preserved on earth, about 3.8 billion years old.
It seems likely that some of the iron formations now on the borders of the different continents were originally part of a single depositional basin before being separated by continental drift. Where the general geologic setting has been studied in more detail, a comparison of iron formations on opposite continents fits fairly well with the assumption of originally coherent iron-formation belts. The type and depositional environment of these iron formations with their associated rocks are similar, if not identical, and so are their ages and metamorphic histories.
In the Labrador Geosyncline the iron formation occurs as a continuous stratigraphic unit more than 1,000 km long before being disrupted by erosion or structural features. Apparently, a single iron-formation unit was once present around the entire shoreline of the Ungava craton for a distance of more than 3,000 km. It is evident that the factors that led to the deposition of the iron existed on a very broad scale and were a major part of the tectonic framework of the time. What is the mechanism for the episodic generation of intensely iron-rich laminae over such extensive areas? Why has this not occurred during the last 800 million years? As yet there are no satisfactory answers to these questions.
The source of the silica in all banded iron formations is probably the same. There is abundant evidence found in the thick banded chert masses to indicate that the silica was precipitated as a gel that later hardened and crystallized to form chert. Syneresis or shrinkage cracks, septarian structures, lenticular cracks, or desiccation cracks that have been distorted during compaction all indicate that the silica was deposited as a gel and later dehydrated and compacted. Many slump structures, folds, and slips confined to single beds or to a restricted group of beds indicate penecontemporaneous deformation of very soft and incompetent beds.– Banded Iron Formations, Blatt, Harvey (1982) Sedimentary Petrology
Things on earth are copied from things in the heavens. The 11th layer in the Revelation 21 Series is Jacinth, what we commonly refer to as Zircon. It’s interesting to note that science has the crystallization of Zircon as one of the earliest things that we can date.
Zircons from Jack Hills in the Narryer Gneiss Terrane, Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia, have yielded U-Pb ages up to 4.404 billion years, interpreted to be the age of crystallization, making them the oldest minerals so far dated on Earth. In addition, the oxygenisotopic compositions of some of these zircons have been interpreted to indicate that more than 4.4 billion years ago there was already water on the surface of the Earth.– Wikipedia
This interpretation is supported by additional trace element data, but is also the subject of debate. In 2015, “remains of biotic life” were found in 4.1 billion-year-old rocks in the Jack Hills of Western Australia. According to one of the researchers, “If life arose relatively quickly on Earth … then it could be common in the universe.”
Zircons crystallized in water at the same time that an Oxygen rich atmosphere formed. This is in alignment with our hypothesis that Zircon formed in response to the creation of gravity on the second day. The creative act was the creation of gravity which caused separation of the waters below from the waters above by a crystalline firmament below which was an Oxygen rich atmosphere.
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