Extensive Swamps in Lowlands

It shall be that fishermen will stand by it from En Gedi to En Eglaim; they will be places for spreading their nets. Their fish will be of the same kinds as the fish of the Great Sea, exceedingly many. But its swamps and marshes will not be healed; they will be given over to salt.

(Ezekiel 47:10-11) NKJV

Most of the sedimentary deposits assigned to the Mississippian are coal beds in the Mississippi valley. The coal is the remains of swamp habitat that was buried in a world-wide flood.

The habitat includes some interesting plants and animals because their loss at the time of Noah’s flood was also the extinction of their particular species. For this reason they’re used as indicator fossils in the fabricated narrative of the geological timescale (SciPop).

Fern Athyrium filix-femina

Primitive Ferns

There can only be a difference between primitive and advanced if you A priori assume that they have an evolutionary origin. It’s circular reasoning in two words.

Tree Fern Dicksonia

Seed Ferns

Seed ferns are an blend of traits like an egg-laying mammal. It’s not evidence of an intermediate evolutionary step or transitional form.

Carboniferous reconstruction

Arborescent Lycopods

Arborescent means tree-sized. The only Lycopods which survived until our times are herbaceous, but they’re still Lycopods.

Calamites

Calamites

Calamites is an extinct arborescent horsetail (Equisetum). Modern day horsetails are herbaceous, but they’re still horsetails.

The Mississippian period is most notable for the swamp habitat which was buried in a major flood event. It’s obvious.

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