For the king had merchant ships at sea with the fleet of Hiram. Once every three years the merchant ships came bringing gold, silver, ivory, apes, and monkeys.(1 Kings 10:22) KJV
The Paleocene is an ecosystem which has been destroyed, transported and buried in sediment during a world-wide flood.
The Paleogene begins the Tertiary which means third. It’s obvious that the stratigraphic column, Cambrian through Tertiary, was deposited in three stages, the deluge, inundation and subsidence.
Stages and Eras of Noah’s Flood
|Deluge||Paleozoic (Lower Noachian)||Genesis 7:17||2/17|
|Windows of heaven closed||Genesis 8:2||3/28|
|Inundation||Mesozoic (Middle Noachian)||Genesis 7:24||3/28|
|Cretaceous/Tertiary (K/T) Boundary|
|Anoxic Extinction Event|
|Subsidence||Cenozoic (Upper Noachian)||Genesis 8:4||7/17|
|Waters decreased continually||Genesis 8:5-6||10/1|
|Noah sent out a raven and dove||Genesis 8:7||11/10|
|Noah sent out a raven||Genesis 8:10||11/18|
|Noah sent out a dove||Genesis 8:12||11/25|
|Dry||Noah left the Ark||Genesis 8:14||2/27|
The Tertiary has been split into 5 Epochs by our guide, Wilson N. Stewart, in Paleobotany and the evolution of plants. Suffice it to say that it’s the fudging and massaging needed to fit the physical evidence into the evolution narrative.
Paleobotany and the evolution of plants
We’re studying the periods of geological history as described by Wilson N. Stewart.
This was the text book we used in grad school when we studied for a masters of science in Biology.
The description of each Epoch is either a description of an ecosystem or a note about a tectonic event that would be necessary to explain the distribution of the fossil material.
PALEOCENEWilson N. Stewart, Paleobotany and the evolution of plants.
Trend from temperate climates to subtropical. Some seasonal variations.
Continued inundation of embayments and synclines. Angiosperms having affinities with Magnoliaceae, Lauraceae, Juglandaceae. Floras having more in common with Upper Cretaceous than modern ones. First lemurs; some modern groups of birds.
Paleocene – Navigation
|1||Paleocene||1 Kings 10:22|
|2||Trend From Temperate Climates to Subtropical||Genesis 7:11|
|3||Continued Inundation of Embayments and Synclines||Genesis 7:17|
|4||Magnoliaceae, Lauraceae and Juglandaceae||Psalms 37:35|
|5||Lemurs and Birds||2 Chronicles 9:21|
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