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).
We have a Biblical basis for the core accretion model and the origin and timing of Precambrian fossils which were deposited synchronously with the formation of an Oxygen-rich atmosphere.
Pseudoscientific stupidity can be quite breathtaking. What you call science we call pseudoscience because nothing in this video is a testable hypothesis. It's pure narrative.
Deducing Life in Zero-G
The creation of gravity is one thing, but how do we deduce that life began before it? There are several clues. One involves the scriptural metaphor that milk has to come before solid food.
The Beginning of the Earth
In order to use seismological data to learn about the structure of the Earth we have to understand the formation of the Earth. In particular the creative act on the 2nd day which was the inception of gravity.
The enigmatic fossil Prototaxites /ˌproʊtoʊˈtæksᵻˌtiːz/ shows us how THE NARRATIVE forces "scientists" to dream up nonsense (inductive reasoning). It's a pinnacle in scientific blindness.
The World’s Oldest Fossils
In the Biblical narrative of Matty's Paradigm, at the time when gravity was created, super-sized bacteria existed in an iron-rich aquatic environment before an Oxygen-rich atmosphere formed.
Scripture includes a description of the deposition of Precambrian sediment in response to the creation of gravity on the 2nd day. That may seem far-fetched, but it's an example of Biblical exposition.
Life Before Oxygen
In the Matty's Paradigm narrative cellular life originates in water in zero-G, before there was an atmosphere. Here's some science lingo attempting to explain super-sized prokaryotic cells in an environment with no oxygen.
If life began in a zero gravity environment on the first day, then the unicellular and multicellular life forms would have reached exceptionally large size as compared to similar organisms grown in gravity.