Plants in Fossil Record Frustrate Evolutionists

Purveyors of fish-to-florist evolution and their compadres in secular geology maintain that the fossil record is orderly, showing progressions from simple life forms to more complex. As we have seen many times, many fossils are recalcitrant to that notion. Take flowers, for example.

Fossilized flowers have been discovered in what paleontologists consider are the wrong places. Biblical creation science Genesis Flood models provide a better explanation.
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It has been uncomfortably acknowledged that pollen has been found in "older" rock layers — where it shouldn't be according to evolutionary paradigms. They cannot explain the origin of flowering plants, nor the puzzle of why they are in Early Cretaceous layers. Since biblical creation science Flood models are better explanations of many things that thwart evolutionists, let's see if creationist speculations are more reasonable.
A new study published in Nature Ecology & Evolution has claimed that flowering plants, the most common type of plant on Earth, first appeared in small numbers in rocks of the Early Cretaceous. Fossils indicate that these plants became extremely abundant in rocks of the post-Cretaceous (or Cenozoic) after the dinosaurs disappeared in the rock record. However, creation scientists interpret these findings much differently. We realize these fossil plants merely record the order of burial in the global Flood.
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